The Weirdest Spy Action Novels Ever Published

The "Men's Adventure" novel is a strange thing. At the height of its popularity, in the late 60s and 70s, it was being written by dozens of peculiar and reclusive authors. But the influence of this weird genre is still felt today. Here's the strange history of Mack Bolan and his many imitators. » 2/11/15 1:15pm 2/11/15 1:15pm

Is a Live-Action Teen Titans One DC Show Too Many?

DC does not seem concerned about this at all, since they and Warner Bros. keep producing them. The latest property to get the small screen treatment are the Teen Titans, as TNT is about to order a pilot based on the Teen Titans called, simply Titans. » 9/11/14 9:00pm 9/11/14 9:00pm

TNT Hilariously Sums Up Michael Bay's Show The Last Ship In One Word

This summer, TNT will debut a new series called The Last Ship from producer Michael Bay. It is, of course, about the crew of a naval destroyer trying to find a cure for a plague that's killed off most of the rest of the world, while the rest of the world tries to steal said cure. But that's not that fun part. » 5/14/14 1:40pm 5/14/14 1:40pm

TNT Is Making A Supernatural Medical Drama, Proof

What if Grey's Anatomy and House had more supernatural stuff? Well, then they would be TNT's new medical drama Proof, which sounds like all the other medical dramas ever made, but with brief pauses for doctors to look inside the chest cavities of their patients and shout "Any ghosts in there?" » 5/07/14 1:49pm 5/07/14 1:49pm

Let the moon be your guide to the Falling Skies Season 4 trailer

We were disappointed by the end of Falling Skies' third season, but the trailer for Season Four comes with some intriguing images, including hazy flashes of a school filled with kids in military-style uniforms and a silver-haired woman with her eyes on the moon. » 10/13/13 4:45pm 10/13/13 4:45pm

Scientists are using sheep to decontaminate TNT-tainted land

A team of scientists is feeding TNT to a flock of sheep. A. Morrie Craig, a veterinary scientist at Oregon State University, has found that the cud-chewing mammals can efficiently clean up explosives-contaminated soil, of which there are 1.3 million tons throughout the U.S. TNT and other explosives from military… » 2/13/11 7:30am 2/13/11 7:30am

Green Explosives Save the World Through Sustainable Warfare

If you're worried about the environment but still need to blow people up, a new class of nitrogen-based bomb materials is for you. Popular explosives like TNT and HMX react to form nitrogen oxides when detonated, the major culprits behind smog and acid rain. This is a big no-no if you're the type of warmonger who… » 5/28/08 9:30am 5/28/08 9:30am