You might even utter a "heck yeah" after witnessing the fiery glory of these eight new pieces of concept art from Captain America: The Winter Soldier.
Once Upon A Time is back — and don't worry, the long hiatus didn't make anyone or anything start acting rationally on this show.
It's called "Snake" and it's being compared to another alleged state-run virus, Stuxnet. And yes, all evidence points to Russia.
We'd been having some weird weather on the east coast, but this was different. None of us had ever seen lights and flashes of metal come whirling out of the clouds before.
Have you been wanting to dive into the world of Star Trek novels, but aren't sure where to start? Check out the Almighty Star Trek Lit-verse Reading Order Flowchart, which lays out which books should come earliest on your reading list.
The six-word science fiction stories you wrote for us this time around covered some very dark worlds, ranging from the most perfect supernatural Craigslist ad on the internet to aliens whose darkest fear is being found by us.
The traditional gargoyle is a horrendous creature who leers out of medieval church walls. But people have continued making gargoyles right up into the modern day, bringing science fictional flourishes to these fantasy creations.
Sorry, Jason Smith and child — your Alien Baby Powerloader costume was quite impressive, but Carsten Riewe and his one-year-old daughter have perfected the costume, and Alien Baby Powerloaders will never be the same again.
This LEGO creation doesn't just give us plastic brick versions of Chell, Wheatley, and the Space Core; it also captures Portal 2's final confrontation—all while keeping your books in place.
Brilliant, weird noir series True Detective had its season finale last night, and the ending probably wasn't what most fans expected.
See what I did there? Anyways: Anne Rice announced on her son Christopher's internet variety hour/thing "The Dinner Party Show" that her popular Vampire Chronicles series was no longer finished, and that Lestat is going to return from his metaphorical grave.
If you weren't already excited for the second season of Orphan Black, you're about to be. This (finally longer than a few seconds) new trailer has so much stuff packed inside of it.
Ever notice that every treatment for arachnophobia has researchers promising to hang spiders in your face?
A lot of the most famous adventure heroes are getting kind of long in the tooth. Batman is turning 75, Doctor Who just turned 50.
After the glory and wonder of living in space, how do you get used to a life on Earth again? It can be hard to get used to an Earthbound existence again, as photographer Ken Hermann proves with his photo series "Crash Landed," showing an astronaut who just can't bear to take the suit off.
While some people are disgusted by the thought of human pee in their pool water, others figure there's no harm in letting loose a little urine while swimming.
A inexplicably grainy presidential announcement, people in hazmat suits, shirtless scientists sexily decontaminating, graffiti, a speeded-up death counter, slow motion explosions, a creepy "My Country 'Tis of Thee," there's even a character running around screaming "I WANT ANSWERS." Yep, it's The Last Ship, Michael Bay's new TV show.
The Mongol Empire was the largest contiguous empire in human history. But its meteoric rise and remarkable run might not have happened if it weren't for an uncharacteristic change in weather that brought sustained rainfall and mild warmth for a short period of time.
The same day that Neil deGrasse Tyson's new Cosmos series premiered to rave reviews, talk show host Craig Ferguson announced at SXSW that he'll be producing a science show based on the popular Facebook series I Fucking Love Science.
After nearly 50 years, Star Trek is still transporting us. But which Star Trek? There have been so many, and we all have our own favorites.