Every week brings more information that one of our main characters is a cosmic chewtoy. Nothing has gone right for Jamie, ever. Even his love for Claire is marred by the, you know, time travel parts. »
This Hubble Telescope image has several galaxies floating through it, but at the center is UGC 5797, which is currently making stars to populate itself. The blue glow indicates prolific star formation, and, in this image, you can even pick out large blue stars that result. »
Any time Bill Nye explains anything like this, I’m immediately back in elementary school science class. »
The harlequin suit is out, and the skirts are in, as Play Arts Kai’s Arkham Knight turns its attention away from cape-swooshing Batmen and introduces Harley Quinn’s latest look. And it seems like Square-Enix have also managed to put the plastic in “plastic surgery” a bit literally while they’re at it, too. »
Just yesterday, you saw the new look for the Suicide Squad movie’s Harley Quinn. And today, we’ve asked Harley Quinn co-creator Bruce Timm for his thoughts on the lady who loves Mr. J and got some additional information on his new web series Justice League: Gods and Monsters Chronicles. »
At last it’s online — Saturday Morning Breakfast Cereal Theater’s Starpocalypse is here, and your universe will never be the same again! »
A bid back in 2012 to bring Lev Grossman’s Magicians fantasy trilogy to TV fell through, but round two has proven a success: Syfy has given its new pilot a 12-episode series order, and it will begin filming this summer.
A quick tap on the top of a freshly-opened beer brings up a massive wave of fizz. This video lets you see how that happens, and tells you what’s happening inside the bottle.
There are so many things to appreciate about individual movies — the acting, the sound, the character designs. Sometimes supercuts focusing on a very specific aspect of a movie, a genre, or a director’s catalogue helps us better study and appreciate the small decisions that go into making a film great. »
Science fiction and fantasy stories borrow from great works of literature all the time. But sometimes, a classic tale will fall from favor, and we’ll stop seeing it as much. For example, the Phantom of the Opera used to be everywhere, and now he’s just vanished. Which literary trope deserves more exposure in science… »
Though SpaceX’s Falcon 9 rocket hasn’t quite mastered the trick of showing us just what a reusable rocket can do, it’s certainly shown us some impressive launch moves. Its latest launch attempt, though, had us looking at the rocket a little closer and wondering, “Just what is that?” »
Over the course of 13 episodes, we’ve watched The Last Man on Earth’s Phil Miller go from a man crazed by loneliness to a man crazed by other people. But the season’s final episode brings us somewhere close to full circle, giving us a Phil we can root for again — and then twists its concept one last time. »
The editor of The Medical Journal of Australia has been fired for raising concerns over the decision by the journal’s publisher to outsource production to Elsevier. In response, the journal’s advisory committee has resigned in a show of support. »
On May 27th, Chuck Palahniuk unleashes the long-awaited comic sequel to his best-selling book and its hit movie adaptation, courtesy of Dark Horse. We’re excited to bring you this collection of the first issue’s many covers — including a few exclusive reveals! — as we get the artists to break the first rule of Fight… »