Here’s an awesome view of the fiery power that is a rocket. A GoPro camera is strapped inside this rocket test so that rocket scientists can get a view of what’s going on inside. It’s pretty amazing, the fire burns so hot that you can almost feel it through the screen.
The next Da Vinci Code sequel will start filming in April, 2015, Deadline reports. We have Tom Hanks returning to star as Robert Langdon and Ron Howard back to direct. Weirdly, the studio's decided to skip one of Dan Brown's novels and adapt Inferno instead of The Lost Symbol. Is this a Freemason conspiracy?!…
Many artists have illustrated Dante Alighieri's The Divine Comedy since it was penned at the beginning of the 14th century — but few people realize that Salvador Dalí was one of them.
This Wednesday is a grab bag of pulp weirdness. There's a Frank Castle story that takes place in a house of illicit relaxation, a compilation of 1980s Marvel heroes versus a demonically possessed NYC, and Judge Dredd looking burly.
A defining thread of modern scientific thought is skepticism, the tendency to question accepted ideas until evidence is found to confirm or reject them. But what do skeptics do in worlds of magic, aliens, and other matters fantastic?
Luke Chueh is best known for his bizarre and often bloody paintings of otherwise adorable bears and bunny rabbits. In his latest series, he reinterprets Dante's Inferno, casting his cute critters as the eternally damned.
In the wake of the Google Chrome OS news, it's worth taking a look back at those other OSes that just didn't quite make it. Not to say that Chrome OS is doomed, but these are murky, unforgiving waters.
If you remember Inferno, the giant Marvel Comics storyline that dragged Manhattan to hell in the 1980s, then you may be excited to hear that the X-Men will suffer through a sequel, called X Infernus, in which Colossus' evil sister Magik will strut her stuff again. But will Marvel remember to include the carnivorous…
Inferno is a "sonic barrier," a long metallic speakerbar that generates a sound made of four frequencies between 2 and 5 kilohertz. The sound itself is 125dB, which is the typical sound made by an alarm, but according to Danger Room's Sharon Weinberger, it's "the most unbearable, gut-wrenching noise I've ever heard in…