Sometimes the shark plays the role of David. Especially when it goes up against the giant Goliath Grouper who looks more like a swimming Godzilla than a fish. And in real life, David the shark doesn't have a shot against the Goliath fish because the ginormous creature can swallow the 4-foot shark whole in one bite.
While the Russians were busy training dogs to deliver their tank-stopping charges (like a bunch of assholes), Nazi Germany took a more technocentric approach to its anti-armor efforts. The result: a deadly R/C mini-tank laden with more than 200 pounds of explosives. Thank goodness these things were so easy for the…
Ships today—even the massive likes of the Emma Maersk and Marco Polo—just aren't big enough to handle the demands of globalized trade. So to quickly and safely build the next generation of super-sized LNG tankers and container vessels, China's Dalian shipyard relies on GE's staggeringly-huge, laser-guided Goliath…
Greenpeace has long done battle against the forces of deforestation, pollution, and whaling, describing them as monsters to the public at large. So why not portray them as actual monsters?
Aspiring filmmaker Alex Popov took $150 of his cash* and shot this gorgeous and deliciously fun concept trailer for Goliath, a movie about an alien invasion, mecha suits, future cold wars and the apocalypse.
Lance Henriksen says he won't be back as his Aliens character Bishop for Prometheus...but he has another science fiction revival in mind. Chuck will feature a Community cameo. Plus more Man of Steel set photos, and new art and a new featurette for The Avengers!
The next chapter of Scott Westerfeld's alternate World War I series comes out next month, and we've got an exclusive piece of amazing artwork from illustrator Keith Thompson. Plus an essay from Westerfeld, explaining how this artwork came to be.