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Five Awesome NASA Inventions

By Robert IsenbergSeptember 6, 2012

When it comes to rockets and moon landers, NASA pretty much rules the galaxy. But it's important to remember that they're not only Skylab superstars, but ultra-genius engineers with a penchant for inventing amazing technology. Long before there was Steve Jobs, there was space pioneer...More  →

10 Nerdy Girl Must-Haves

10 Nerdy Girl Must-Haves

By Allison EmmSeptember 6, 2012

There may have been a time in the past when it wasn't socially acceptable for girls to fly their geek flag high, but those days are over! Girls are geeks too, and we’ll wear it, read it, watch it, and play it with the best...More  →

7 Things You Didn't Know About the First Moon Landing

7 Things You Didn't Know About the First Moon Landing

By Becky FerreiraSeptember 6, 2012

We don’t know about you, Masterminds, but we’re still mourning one of our favorite astronauts and space-pioneers, Neil Armstrong. Naturally, there have been a lot of lovely tributes to the first moonwalker, but we thought we’d show you something new. Enjoy this slidesh...More  →

What Do You Think About the Huntress on (Green) Arrow?
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What Do You Think About the Huntress on (Green) Arrow?

By ChauntonSeptember 6, 2012

Recently we got the news that Australian actress Jessica De Gouw will be joining the CW series Arrow this fall as the vigilante antihero Huntress. We want to know what you think about the decision!...More  →

Aquaman Gets Cool Again in The Trench

Aquaman Gets Cool Again in The Trench

By Eric GarneauSeptember 6, 2012

A year ago this month, when DC Comics rebooted its entire line of comics as "The New 52," some heads might have turned when superstar writer Geoff Johns and hot artist Ivan Reis—coming off the mega-successful Blackest Night crossover—took the reigns of a book starring...More  →

Finally, a Heroine We Can Relate to In The Girl of Fire and Thorns by Rae Carson

Finally, a Heroine We Can Relate to In The Girl of Fire and Thorns by Rae Carson

By Swapna KrishnaSeptember 6, 2012

Elisa is not your typical princess. She’s not particularly pretty, and she likes pastries far more than is fitting for someone of her rank. One might even dare to call her fat. Her appearance has never really bothered her though, not until she discovers she’s...More  →

DC Introduces Controversial New Green Lantern. What Do YOU Think?

DC Introduces Controversial New Green Lantern. What Do YOU Think?

By Eric GarneauSeptember 6, 2012

In yesterday's Green Lantern #0, DC Comics introduced an all-new hero that will henceforth be wielding one of the most powerful weapons in the galaxy. His name is Simon Baz, and he's an Islamic car thief from Dearborn, MI. You can see what he's going...More  →

DC Looks Back in Time, Hawkeye Looks Awesome, and More: New Comics for September 5

By Eric GarneauSeptember 5, 2012

BOOK OF THE WEEK: Animal Man #0: It’s “Zero Month” over at DC Comics, which means all of their books over the next four weeks are going to step back in time with releases that show how and why their main characters came to be...More  →

Cult TV Shows We Want to See on the Big Screen

Cult TV Shows We Want to See on the Big Screen

By Beth MishlerSeptember 5, 2012

It’s not a new concept for cult TV shows to later become cult movies. The X Files, Firefly, The Kids in the Hall, and Tim and Eric’s Awesome Show are just a few that made the leap from TV show to big screen flick, and...More  →

DC Entertainment Unveils a New Justice League Team

DC Entertainment Unveils a New Justice League Team

By Steven RomanoSeptember 5, 2012

The New 52 DC Universe is already home to three different Justice League teams: the all-star and premier Justice League, the paranormal Justice League Dark, and the ersatz—and shaky—Justice League International. But at this past weekend’s Fan Expo in Canada, DC Entertainment announced that DC...More  →