It’s a quiet week for new releases in comics, but nothing really is quiet when you get DC animation maestro Bruce Timm giving us his take on New God Bekka as Wonder Woman.
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Long before he was bending our brains with feature films like Eraserhead and Blue Velvet, David Lynch made short films, which, in true Lynchian fashion, often turned the mundane into the unnerving.
Wondering who the Atom, Hawkgirl, Firestorm, White Canary and the others would battle when DC’s Legends of Tomorrow?
The summer is almost over—but the beach reads keep on coming. Including brand new series by N.K. Jemisin and David Drake.
Of all the future tech that has been immortalized in Hollywood films over the decades, nothing seems to captured sci-fi geeks (of which I am one) imagination like the hoverboard.
It was never in the cards that the rebooted/reinvigorated Stargate movies would keep all of the continuity from the TV shows.
There seems to be no shortage of ideas when it comes to the manufacturing of new and unique foods. Case in point, these Japanese senbei rice crackers made from giant isopods—those oversized bug-like crustaceans from the ocean’s depths.
For the second season of The Strain, we’ve all been marveling at how unexciting the vampire apocalypse could be.
How the Associated Press covered the bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki. The AP has posted three articles from its archives about the US dropping two atomic bombs in August 1945 and the subsequent surrender of Japan, so we can see what many Americans read in the wake of the destruction.
The short film Pink Moon belongs to a genre of LGBT cinema set in alternate universes where same-sex relationships are the norm and heterosexuals are subject to bullying and prejudice.
Today we hear a great deal about Alzheimer’s disease, but relatively little about its discoverer. Its discoverer had little idea how famous his few case studies would become.
Science fiction books in 1893 are where science fiction film was in 1977. In both cases, the genre was...
The emerging discipline of synthetic biology is poised to change many aspects of our lives, from the production of medicines and bio-fuels through to genetic engineering and the development of completely new biological systems.
Isn’t it crazy to think Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy is only a year old? Released August 1st last year, the film became such a cultural phenomenon that Rocket and Groot are now almost as recognizable as Captain America and Iron Man.
I’m not sure there’s anyone out there who was eagerly anticipating even longer versions of the Hobbit trilogy, even the people who actually liked them.
Humans have been modifying the Earth for thousands of years, but we’ve barely scratched the surface of what’s possible.
This fall, America is going to send a manned mission to Mars, and it’s not going to go well. But before all that, any astronauts slated to take this trip would obviously undergo lots of tests—one of which might be an extended period in isolation.
The threatened cilantro crisis has officially hit. The CDC confirmed almost 400 case of Cyclospora infection in clusters around the country all linked to cilanto.
I’m surprised it’s taken this long, but it’s finally happened: An American studio has finally signed the rights to ruin make a live-action movie out of Naruto, one of the best-selling manga in the world and one of the biggest anime hits in the U.S.