Kindle Unlimited is basically Netflix for ebooks and audiobooks, and Amazon’s offering a very rare discount on the service today. You’ll save 33% off the $10/month regular price when you buy one year, or 40% when you purchase two. If you love to read, this should pay for itself, and it would also make a great holiday…
Steven Universe: Save the Light is coming to PlayStation 4 and Xbox One next week, and a brand-new baddie is coming with it. Meet pompous Homeworld commander Hessonite.
Here’s the thing about Stranger Things season two: If you liked season one, and pretty much everyone did, then you’ll like this season just fine. Everything is turned up a bit, but the soul of Stranger Things remains what it was last season—a story about friendship, family, and giant piles of ‘80s nostalgia.
This week, the latest chapter in the excellent Archie Horror saga begins anew. The delightful one-shot comic about Jughead turning into a bloodthirsty werewolf, Jughead: The Hunger, begins its life as an ongoing series, and we sat down with writer Frank Tieri to see what we can expect from the new book.
Thirty years ago, end credits scenes were not as common as they are today. Still, the team behind The Lost Boys planned on doing one anyway.
After five episodes of waiting, Jamie and Claire were finally together again in last night’s heavily-anticipated episode of Outlander. But why keep fans agonizing for almost half the new season to see it? According to Ronald D. Moore, it was a line drawn in the sand due to the show’s commitment to the original novels.
“Lethe” was a character episode. It was fine. Well, it wasn’t. Every plot beat was fairly predictable and the emotional resonance got about halfway there at best. At least I didn’t loathe it. I just found it tedious. And instead of thinking about Sarek and Burnham’s past and Lorca’s future, I kept wondering why this…
You might not want anyone to read the work you put together as a university student—I sure don’t. But we’re not Stephen Hawking, world-famous physicist, whose Ph.D thesis you can now read for free online.
Before Star Trek: Discovery began, much was made of whether or not the show would be able to sustain subscriptions to CBS’s digital “All Access” service for a second season and beyond. Well, good news: It turns out Discovery’s been a huge success so far.
Air Hogs’ Starship Enterprise drone would be the ultimate gift for the Star Trek fan in your life this holiday season, so go to warp factor 8 and get over to Jet while it’s just $30, the best price we’ve ever seen.
Season eight of The Walking Dead is here, and war has begun. Rick and the Alexandrians, Maggie and Hilltop, and Ezekiel and the Kingdom have banded together to strike the first blow against Negan and Saviors, but it’s no spoiler to say something goes very, very wrong. This is The Walking Dead, after all.
An unlikely Iron Man 3 character could return for Avengers 4. Could Taiwanese subtitles hold the key to some of the Star Wars: The Last Jedi’s trailer mysteries? Fantastic Beasts 2 starts teasing the arrival of Nicholas Flamel. Plus, a new Thor: Ragnarok clip and Mitch Pileggi on his new X-Files rivalry. Spoilers now!
Nintendo’s coming out with a new SNES-themed New 3DS XL on November 27, and if you order it from Amazon, you’ll get a free download of Super Mario Kart, the kart racing game that started it all. Given Nintendo’s track record, this will almost certainly sell out quickly.
War! The Republic is crumbling under attacks by the ruthless Sith Lord, Count—wait a minute. Wrong war. Instead, after two full seasons of build-up, Rick and Negan have finally begun their long-awaited match-up, and tonight, the first battle was fought.
When Jodie Whitaker’s take on the Doctor begins her time-travelling adventures next year, she’ll be surrounded by a lot of new faces. Meet the three newest regulars in the Doctor Who cast.
This month, wildfires tore through Northern California. As of the most recent estimates, they have killed 42 people and destroyed 8,400 structures, including many privates residences. In A Fire Story, Brian Fies uses a diary comic to tell the story of just one of those homes: his.
In a match last night at the Portland Retro Gaming Expo, one Luigi player pulled out a move that few would ever expect in a competitive setting: the taunt.
A long time ago, David Fincher was in the running to direct The Force Awakens, a job that eventually went to JJ Abrams. As it turns out, Fincher avoided the galaxy far, far away for a good reason.
Ryan North is a funny, smart guy. But if comics writer and artist Jason Latour is to be believed, he has some bad opinions about Looney Tunes.