Brian Michael Bendis started his writing career doing independent creator-owned comics and, no matter how big he got in the world of large-scale superheroics, he always kept a hand in that realm. That tradition will continue at DC Comics, his new publishing home, which will be releasing his all-new ongoing series Cover…
Image Comics has pulled the cover for Issue 4 of The Divided States of Hysteria, after readers were upset at how it showed a man of color hanged to death after being castrated.
Sharing is caring—at least that's what those creepy anthropomorphized Care Bears used to say—and in the app world this week, those sentiments are particularly true.
Your phone is probably full of apps. And that's great! Apps are fun! But having a million of 'em is less fun when you need to get to a specific one, and right quick. A new Android app called Cover's got your back though, and can turn your lockscreen into a simple menu of only what you need right now.
Rickrolling was an annoying phenomenon, but we may forgive a brief, geeky resurgence if Internet pranksters instead link to this cover of Rick Astley's "Never Gonna Give You Up" in the original Klingon.
Andrew Huang covers Breaking Bad's theme song using items you might find in a meth lab, plus a guitar. All those round-bottom flasks and propane tanks are good for more than cooking Blue Sky.
The upcoming 2013 April 18 Space Exploration Signature Auction by Heritage Auctions brought us these fine document covers. Manuals, guidebooks, press kits, reports, brochures - all with cool artworks and typography. Enjoy!
Pictured on the left is the cover of this week's Biophysical Journal. On it, muscle motor proteins known as myosin can be seen translocating (a.k.a. "walking") across an actin filament. You will surely notice that this particular myosin motor – Myosin-V – appears to be walking with a rather fantastic gait. This is no…
I don't know if I'm more sick of this Gotye song or that Call Me Maybe song (though Gangnam Style is quickly catching up to both of them) but this is actually pretty freaking cool: a bunch of old computer parts—hardrives, scanners, etc—combine to sing the song, 'Somebody That I Used to Know' by Gotye.
Think Microsoft Surface is the only one that gets to have fun with a keyboard hidden in the tablet's cover? Hell naw, quoth Archos. The Gen10 XS Tablet is bringing some old-style clickity-clack to the tablet game. If only they'd made it, you know, work.
Ereaders are literally changing the way we read. But for all the efficiency and portability they offer, they lack the curious romance of reading a book in its hard, physical form—not least the charms that lie on the cover.
You know when LEDs are really cool? When they're saving your life. You know when backpack covers are cool? When you're getting soaked and they're keeping your gear dry. Respro's P15 Chevron is a sweet combination of the two.
Hate cables that run across your wall and look ridiculously ugly? If you are into the organic look, you should check out these Florafil cable covers from Tania da Cruz.
Snow Peak has crafted a beautiful cover for the iPhone 4 made of pressed titanium. The cover slides on the back and is designed to protect the glassy exterior from scratches, dents and dings.
And the hits for the Spidey musical just keep coming. After a few weeks without any reported injuries, Julie Taymor's Spider-Man musical takes another swipe, this time from the New Yorker. Plus, more skits poking fun at the troubled production.
Dark Horse Comics has provided us with an exclusive first look at Jo Chen's cover of the last Buffy The Vampire Slayer trade paperback. In Volume 8, it's Buffy and company versus the apocalypse.
Just look at them! They're cute and colorful, with blown up illustrations of your favorite electronic components, crazy nerdtastic prints, or quirky fun images. I think I'll get two pillow covers to make up for my iPadless-ness.
The latest profanity-laced, sexually charged True Blood minisode is all about our favorite newby vampire Jessica. Plus take a look at the new True Blood comic book cover, it's pretty spot on.
Maybe if you had a free weekend and Mjǫllnir, hammer of Thor, you could crack Corning's Gorilla Glass. But that's a made-up thing! And this stuff is impervious to the very real threats of key scratching and localized pressure.