The sequel to Jack Black’s 2015 Goosebumps flick is set to take a journey to Horrorland, the creepy amusement park from R.L. Stine’s iconic children’s book franchise. So, it should come as no surprise that the first Goosebumps comic book is also taking us to the little park of horrors.
Batman’s next animated flick could be going full Victorian.
The Russian-owned blog community LiveJournal previously banned “political solicitation,” part of a decade-long effort to censor Russians who were using the platform to criticize the government. Now, LiveJournal’s former comic artist has returned from an eight-year absence... bringing back LiveJournal’s “Frank the…
Marvel Comics has paired with the founder of Starset, a high-concept rock band in service to a fictional scientific society, to produce an 88-page graphic novel about messages from the future called The Prox Transmissions. It’s kind of a trip.
The Jem and the Holograms comic is nearing the end of its 26 issue “Truly Outrageous” run, and Issue #24 shows it’s not afraid to go where the original TV series was afraid to go. Jerrica’s finally laying it all out on the table, for the one person who deserves the truth the most.
Batman might be the Caped Crusader and World’s Greatest Detective, but one comic book aims to teach people about a real-life vigilante: Simon Wiesenthal, Nazi Hunter.
Syfy announced that it’s developing The Woods, an hourlong sci-fi drama about a high school that wakes up on a foreign moon, based on the YA graphic novel series from Boom! Studios.
If there’s any one constant in the Marvel Cinematic Universe (other than the, literally, dozens of constants within the several-year narrative), it’s that we’re guaranteed to get a Stan Lee cameo. However, as one webcomic-turned-comic book points out, those cameos have a dark side. One that will bring out the Stan Lee…
Riri Williams has been making headlines before she even readied the mantle as the replacement Iron Man. Now, she’s got the go-ahead from the man himself, in the first comic meeting of the two heroes.
For times of relaxed work, there’ s the artisanal coffee shop across town where the flat white tastes rich and sensual. Then for deadline, there’s Nescafé.
Honestly, you may as well just use WhatsApp.
It’s easy to blame your displeasure with contemporary behaviour on the technology in our hands. But, really, humans have been busy using whatever they can to ignore you for centuries.
Because it’s only a matter of time before you realize you need the help of someone who actually knows what they’re doing.
It’s just that we’ve forgotten how magical glowing embers are since we discovered glowing black rectangles of metal and glass.
Really, it’s just a mess of things you’ve managed to force to co-exist and work together that, could all come tumbling down at any given moment.
Not pictured: the $80 you have to spend when you leave one behind in a coffee shop.
The only problem with taking selfies alone is that it makes everyone painfully aware of how... alone you really are. But there could be a solution.
Presumably someone at Google is making sure that the car knows its driver is actually a human, rather than a rock. Or a particularly large cat.
Just because nobody uses your public key doesn’t mean it isn’t a good idea . It just means your friends don’t really care about security.