In Its First Season, Star Trek: Discovery Asked Hard Questions It Never Really Wanted the Answers to 

Going into Star Trek: Discovery, fans were told to expect something new. It would be dark. It would be modern. It would push the boundaries of where Star Trek had boldly gone before. Now that we’re at the end of Discovery’s first season, we know it did take a few steps in those directions—but every time it did, it…

Recreate an Iconic Teen Titans Comic Book Cover on Your Desk, and More of the Best Toys of the Week

After a brief holiday hiatus, Toy Aisle makes its triumphant return with an exclusive first look at a new collectible from DC Comics that fans of The New Teen Titans will want to start saving for. We’ve also got the easiest way to build your own ship-in-a-bottle courtesy of Lego, and something for Star Trek: Discovery


Star Trek: Discovery Asks the Age Old Question: If You Kill Your Mirror Universe Self, Is It Murder or Suicide?

Ah, Discovery. This might be the best exploration one of these episodes has ever done in encapsulating just how miserable the Mirror Universe really is. Like, we all joke about goatees and the agony booth, but the idea’s existed for so long it’s almost been kitschy. Not anymore. But, of course, the true betrayal…