Coke is delicious. Bleach is strong as hell. What happens when you mix the two? Crazy Russian Hacker did the work in finding out and it’s a fun little experiment because you get to see the color of Coca Cola disappear right in front of your eyes. Bleach is so powerful that it strips darkness away! Or something like…
Giant eyes? Spiky hair? Dudes who fight each other while soaring through the air? Anime is used to ignoring reality, but most especially in its fashion sense. Countless characters have outfits you couldn't make in real life without cheating, anti-gravity, or a wish-granting genie. Here are a mere dozen of them.
With the Americanized version of Akira on hold, Warner Bros. has set up another celebrated Manga for a live-action adaptation: Tite Kubo's Bleach. Here we go again!
John Carter director Andrew Stanton reveals how he created a movie out of Edgar Rice Burroughs' adventure yarns. Director Sam Mendes talks from the set of Skyfall. Plus Neil Gaiman talks about writing the pilot for HBO's American Gods adaptation.
This weekend, the Underworld series returns, and once again vampires will resume their endless war against the Lycans. (Plus the humans, this time.) These days, we're used to thinking of vampires and werewolves as mortal enemies — but vampires have also fought an assortment of much weirder foes.
Hey, did you hear the one about the two women fighting in a Wal-Mart? It's a real gas! No, really, that's not a punchline. Two women threw ammonia and bleach at one another and created poisonous gas in a Wall-Mart:
Where does the time go? For some of us, that's a question involving time-loops and FTL drive. But for a lot of us, the explanation has more to do with massive books, bursting DVD sets and addictive games.
To highlight the fact that almost all anime shows start the same way, Derek Lieu has smushed 93 anime openings into less than five minutes. I want to stare wistfully into the sunset while walking in slow-mo with Golgo 13.
Did a widely publicized plagiarism scandal help make Tite Kubo's Bleach a hot movie property? Hot on the heels of accusations that Gene Simmons' kid ripped off Bleach for his own comic Incarnate, Warner Bros. purchased the Bleach movie rights.
The world's first broad-spectrum antimicrobial paint has been developed by scientists from South Dakota. It kills mold, fungi, viruses and even "superbug" bacteria.