I've never met anyone who could prove that half the elements on the periodic table actually exist. Francium? Come on! Who do you think you're fooling? And while you're at it, what exactly is the point? If we're not going to be able to see any of these elements (or if they're going to kill us if we get too close), why not replace them with some that are a little more fun?

Russell Walks' Periodic Table of Imaginary Elements is a glorious periodic table made up of 122 fictional elements culled from all corners of the geek world. From Corbomite to Kryptonite, Wonderflonium to Crapcrapium, this table has everything you need to build the world of your dreams.