Welcome to Captain's Log -- your round-up of sci-fi randomness from around the web. Here's what's happening:
Star Wars merch goes femme with new form-fitting tees.
Apple shares a trailer for the new Metropolis with 25 minutes of lost footage.
A limited-run Taschen version of Moonfire by Norman Mailer would run you a thousand bucks (partially because it came with a piece of moon rock and a signed Aldrin print), but BoingBoing unearths rock-free, mass-produced copies for under $40.
What does the future have in store for Clark Gregg's Agent Coulson? SuperHeroHype finds out.
Yahoo reports that Stephen Hawking is warning folks against alien contact, believing that it would be a lot like Columbus discovering America and the subsequent trials of the Native Americans.
Smutty corn fungus -- better for you than the corn it demolishes. [io9]
SuperPunch shares Be An Interplanetary Spy book covers. How long 'til Hollywood bites?
Jamie Kennedy moves to Eureeka for a guest appearance. [SciFiWire]
The life of the floppy disk is almost over. According to NerdBastards, Sony has announced the end.
Life Magazine shares some ultra-retro fantasy and sci-fi magazine cover art.
Steampunk makes motorcycles extra sweet over at The Awesomer.