When you hear about the history of space science and space exploration, it often seems like a laundry list of men and their achievements. The fact is, though, women have been doing science and making breakthroughs as long as there has been such a thing as science. History is often written by the winners, which in the case of a patriarchal society is pretty much automatically men, but recently more and more books have been emerging chronicling how women contributed to the space race and our understanding of the stars.
Mary Shelley's gothic nightmare of Frankenstein, conjured up during one stormy Geneva evening in 1816 alongside her husband, Percy Bysshe Shelley and fellow free-spirit Lord Byron, has endured for over two centuries as one of the founding science fiction classics and a cautionary tale on science exceeding the reach of natural laws.
There's never been a better time in America to be a rogue billionaire who does not follow the law, providing Bruce Wayne yet another reason to celebrate his upcoming 80th birthday.
With Us, horror auteur Jordan Peele is offering up a black family’s story to the evil doppelgänger pantheon.
For the Throne! As the epic series Game of Thrones nears its conclusion, HBO is offering fans the chance to play. And the good news is, you don’t die if you don’t win.
Today marks the release of Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse on Blu-ray and DVD, but it's still out in a few theaters as well. That's a testament to the staying power of this film, which won the Oscar for Best Animated Feature. Now that the movie has completed its home video release, production designer Justin K.
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If you write for Game of Thrones, you have to keep track of a lot of things. The show's massive story has covered multiple continents, hundreds of characters, and dozens of interweaving plot threads that, thanks to Bran Stark's abilities in recent seasons, have also grown to include flashbacks. It's difficult to juggle all of this at the best of times, but it's made harder when you're trying to move everyone and everything into place for an epic finale.
Google is the generic brand for search engines no matter how much Bing would like for it not to be true. It's infiltrated maps, flights, mail, and calendars. Now, with the tech company's recent keynote announcement during this year's Game Developers Conference, it's looking toward the future of gaming as well.
March is a monster month for pop culture conventions, with Seattle's Emerald City Comic Con rolling out last weekend in the Pacific Northwest, and Chicago's C2E2 blasting through the Windy City this coming weekend.
Every time I turn around, there’s a new TV show or movie I just have to see, but it turns out I actually require more than four hours of sleep a night. If you’re anything like me, you’ll be grateful for Late to the Party, a FANGRRLS feature where one of our writers introduces a neophyte to one of their favorite shows.