Since its February release, Jordan Peele’s social thriller Get Out has stuck in our minds in many ways. It’s inspired memes, deep-dive essays and communal jokes about Ben Carson being trapped in The Sunken Place. It’s also still breaking records. Besides being the highest grossing feature debut for an original…
He’s drawn Steve Jobs as Wolverine, Cyclops, Batman and Little Nemo. And Robert Sikoryak has cast Donald Trump as Solomon Grundy, the Joker, and Titano the Super-Ape, too. You can ask him about his hilariously detailed work right here.
There’s an old commercial for Westwood College that’s become something of a running joke in the video game world. Two young men sit at a couch, hammering away at PlayStation controllers. A woman walks in. “Hey guys, finish testing that game yet?” she asks. “I’ve got another one I need designed.”
Warren Ellis has written loads of stories where characters peel back a thin veneer of comforting distraction to reckon with just how messed up the world really is. It can be uncomfortable, but you can’t stop reading because it feels so damn right.
As a writer, Ed Brubaker’s been on a hot streak for decades. Here’s your chance to ask him how such a thing is even possible.
The name that most people associate with Twin Peaks is David Lynch, but co-creator Mark Frost was right there with him during the show’s development and production. Most recently he’s the author of the brand-new book The Secret History of Twin Peaks, and he’s here today to answer your questions.
Wow, dreams really do come true.
There’s a lot going on in the world of comics nowadays, some of it sublime and some of it awful. Let’s have a chat about the books currently reading and new release you’re excited to get in the near future.
Although she often notes her work isn’t science fiction, we love the worlds that Margaret Atwood creates in her novels—and now she’s created a whole new superheroic one that’s a total delight in her very first comic book, Angel Catbird. Want to know more? Margaret Atwood will answer your questions right here!
It’s hard to believe now, but Tetris had everything going against it when it was first created. Dreamed up in a country weighed down with bureaucracy and largely walled off from the outside world, Tetris shouldn’t have become the worldwide phenomenon it became. A new book goes into painstaking detail about how the…
Marc Guggenheim is an accomplished showrunner and television producer, but he is, more than anything, a writer. His work spans many media—from television to film to novels and comic books. He’s even written for video games.
Uber is a comic-book where enhanced metahumans have made World War II bloodier and more vicious than it already was. The ubermenschen in the series have hollowed out gore-filled craters through Europe and the Soviet Union, leaving Paris and London smoking ruins. Now they’re coming for the United States. No wonder Alan…
A rich blowhard running for president. Tech-bro execs hoping to splinter off into their own anything-goes fiefdoms. So much screaming over gigabyte network pipes that’s getting faster, dumber, and scarier. The present feels like it’s running along the plotline of a William Gibson science-fiction novel. So let’s ask…
Last month, offensive tackle Eugene Monroe retired from the NFL at 29 years old, after seven seasons with the Jaguars and Ravens. Monroe’s retirement came just a few months after he declared his advocacy for medical marijuana as a way to combat the constant pain that comes with life as an NFL player. It also came…
Mary Roach wants to you to be uncomfortable, but intrigued. Her books examine the unexpected, curious minutiae of managing the human body and the science of how we deal with our own limitations.
It’s a crazy time for comics—summer events are kicking off all over the show, and there are new series starting practically every week at publishers big and small. Confused about something going on in comics right now? Ask us what our favorite series is? If you’ve got a comic question, we’re here to answer it.
When it comes to land ownership, someone has to draw the line. You can’t just decide put your picket fence wherever you’d like. It’s the job of land surveyors to define legal property boundaries on large and small scales, both in urban environments and remote wilderness.
Give a child a lump of clay and they’ll be busy for an hour. No one needs guidance when given a malleable medium with which you can express your ideas, and that’s why Sugru just works—you don’t need to know anything about design to put it to use. You just follow your instincts.
As 3D printing evolves and becomes a more common tool, new companies are sprouting up to refine the process and reinvent the way designers, engineers, and hobbyists work. Formlabs arose from a huge Kickstarter success to create an innovative high-resolution printer with an eye on quality and consistency.