My kids aren’t playing Pokémon Go yet, but the older one had heard enough about it that he started reading up about it. When I looked at the screen after he’d been on the computer, I encountered this incredible wall of text:
The 2016 US Presidential election has certainly been one of the weirdest campaigns in a very long time. So why not make it just that little bit weirder? That’s Valiant’s plan, with the announcement that presumptive democratic nominee Hillary Clinton is teaming up with high-flying superhero Zephyr for a special issue.
Valiant’s excellent miniseries about its lovable fangirl/psionic flying superhero Faith Herbert is nearly at its end—but there’s some good news on that front. First though, lets take an exclusive sneak peek at the trials and tribulations she’ll have to face in in Faith #4!
Ever since Valiant relaunched in 2012, fans have been dying to know whether Zephyr—better known by her real identity as the nerdy sci-fi superfan Faith Herbert—would join in on the fun and get her own comic book. Well, good news, Valiant readers: It’s finally happening!
Shugendo is an old religion in Japan that started in the 7th century that focuses on a spiritual experience or awakening of sorts with nature. There’s more to it then that, of course. But this film by Mathieu Le Lay explores that world and follows Yamabushi monk Kosho Tateishi during his prayer rituals.
Facts are great, except when they undermine our worldview. As a new study shows, when confronted with factual challenges, we often retreat by presenting weak explanations that are difficult — if not impossible — to disprove. More proof that you just can't win.
On a recent episode of Super Soul Sunday, Oprah Winfrey told long-distance swimmer Diana Nyad that it's inconsistent for atheists to experience "awe" and "wonder," prompting one of the most awkward conversations about God and faith that you'll ever see.
NYU psychologist Gary Marcus has penned an interesting article for The New Yorker in which he complains about how some scientists are using science itself as a way to rekindle beliefs in the supernatural.
China may have cracked down on television shows that depict time travel — but meanwhile, in Korea, journeys through time became the hottest trend on the small screen.
You're watching a brief but compelling excerpt from an interview with SF-giant Isaac Asimov. Originally aired in 1988, the conversation touches on such topics as the future of creativity in education, the necessity for scientific inquiry, and the vilification of intellectualism. It is absolutely incredible how many…
It was Joss Whedon versus the fans at his Comic-Con panel, where the writer and director talked Buffy Season Nine, Buffy's impending crossovers with Angel & Faith, and Whedon's desire to write a strong gay male character.
Who says giant, thrilling space opera is dead? British author John Love just sold his debut novel, Faith, to Nightshade Books, and it has a huge widescreen premise that sounds like the perfect mix of space battles and politics.