Not all birds fly the same way. Hardly a revolutionary statement (you don't need a firm grasp of biomechanics to recognize that a sparrow gets around differently than an albatross). But things get more interesting when you stop to examine the differences.
Damon Lindelof discusses the early, early status of Star Trek 3. Check out a video update from Godzilla director Gareth Edwards. Breaking Bad's Mark Margolis discusses his role as a fallen angel in Darren Aronofsky's Noah. Brad Bird won't rule out The Incredibles 2. Plus a final preview for this week's big Doctor Who…
Here's an exclusive sneak peek at next week's issue of The Phantom Stranger, which stars both DC Comics' enigmatic supernatural drifter and the Teen Titans' stalwart nemesis Trigon. And just who is that raven-haired woman on the fourth page? This issue hits stands next Wednesday, October 10. Here's the rundown:
Several years back, Legend of Korra director and artist Ki Hyun Ryu created character designs for an animated series starring Batman's sidekick Dick Grayson, who usually goes by the crime-fighting moniker Nightwing. Even though this series never went anywhere — and Cartoon Network went with Young Justice instead — Ryu
Did you enjoy the funny New Teen Titans shorts spread throughout the past few months of DC Nation on Saturday mornings? Then there's good news — they're getting their own full fledged series this fall.
This year's summer movies just won't let up. There's Joss Whedon's Avengers, Chris Nolan's third Batman film, and Ridley Scott's long-awaited return to space horror. Plus maybe a dozen other movies that look like they could be totally fantastic. Here's our complete list of 32 movies coming out between now and…
Should apes and other animals accompany humans on their path to transcending biological limitations? Many scientists and philosophers say no. But futurist George Dvorsky has published a thought-provoking article championing animal enhancement, arguing that the opportunity to do so represents a bioethical imperative.
With Smallville wrapping up this spring, the CW is looking for a replacement for the long-running superhero drama. It looks like they've found an unlikely candidate — the spell-casting empath Raven from the Teen Titans.
Sylvester Stallone wants Viggo Mortensen to pick up the pen and cavort with ravens in a film he's directing about the life of Edgar Allan Poe. Long known for his dark horror, fantasy and detective tales, Poe also created the first futuristic dystopia in fiction.