Stranger Things' Cast Hope Season 4's Baddie Vecna Will Shake Up the Series

Though the series has had its fair share of ups and downs in previous seasons, the hype for Stranger Things’ upcoming fourth season, or at the least the first part of it, is very real. With some of the cast having left Hawkins, Indiana for California or wound up mysteriously in Russia, it’s only matter of time before

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Source: Gizmodo – Stranger Things’ Cast Hope Season 4’s Baddie Vecna Will Shake Up the Series

The Halo Show Let Master Chief Have Sex, and Now the Planet's Doomed

It’s been some time since we checked on Paramount’s Halo show. When it first premiered, we thought it was an interesting, strange, interestingly strange adaptation of the Xbox shooter franchise that had some potential, but it’s understandably rubbing a lot of folks in a couple of different ways. The biggest shakeup…

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Source: Gizmodo – The Halo Show Let Master Chief Have Sex, and Now the Planet’s Doomed

Hell Yes, Mob Psycho 100 is Coming Back This October

The internet loves itself some shonen anime, and of the many that are currently out right now, Mob Psycho 100 may be in the upper tier. Studio Bones’ adaptation of creator ONE’s (One-Punch Man) action-comedy series was last on the air in 2019, and we learned late last year that a third season was officially in…

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Source: Gizmodo – Hell Yes, Mob Psycho 100 is Coming Back This October

What is (or Was) Your Favorite CW Show?

For those who watch network TV, the month of May is typically when we learn what new shows are arriving in the fall, what shows are coming back for a future season, and what gets cancelled. If you watch anything on The CW, this May has been a particular rough one, as the network behind the Arrowverse, Vampire Diaries

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Source: Gizmodo – What is (or Was) Your Favorite CW Show?

9 Times Pranksters, Vigilantes, and Weirdos Hijacked TV Broadcasts

Picture this: you’re sitting at home, exhausted after a long day at work. You turn on your favorite show—a mid-tier 90’s sitcom—hoping that the din of laugh tracks and witty banter helps lull you into some kind of relaxation, and it does! At least at first, before it gets suddenly interrupted by an X-rated film. Or…

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Source: Gizmodo – 9 Times Pranksters, Vigilantes, and Weirdos Hijacked TV Broadcasts

Gotham Knights' Batfamily Matters Much More Than Its Gear Does

Earlier in the week, game developer Warner Bros. Montreal revealed a new look at their upcoming superhero action-RPG, Gotham Knights. Where the game’s debut back in 2020 featured footage focusing on Tim Drake’s Robin and Barbara Gordon’s Batgirl, this 13-minute presentation was all about the game’s other two leads,…

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Source: Gizmodo – Gotham Knights’ Batfamily Matters Much More Than Its Gear Does

Marvel's MODOK is No Moredok

Marvel’s TV enterprise has grown just a little bit smaller, as their animated series MODOK won’t be coming back for a second season. The stop-motion show starred Patton Oswalt as the titular bigheaded Marvel baddie in a comedy series about him trying to balance his somewhat normal life as a suburban family man in the…

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Source: Gizmodo – Marvel’s MODOK is No Moredok

The Spider-Verse is Ending, Long Live the Spider-Verse

Ever since 2014’s Into the Spider-Verse event brought together Peter Parker’s Spider-Man and his other alternate universe webswingers from across the Marvel multiverse, the web warriors have been frequently hanging out with one another in the comics. 2018 saw the Spider-Geddon event to coincide with the then-upcoming

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Source: Gizmodo – The Spider-Verse is Ending, Long Live the Spider-Verse

The CW's Recent Cancellations are All Because of Streaming and Mergers

For fans of the CW’s original programming, it’s a been rough couple of days. Not only have fan favorites like Legends of Tomorrow and Batwoman been abruptly canceled, earlier this week the network bid farewell to other series including Naomi, Charmed, and Roswell, New Mexico. There’ll still be some original content…

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Source: Gizmodo – The CW’s Recent Cancellations are All Because of Streaming and Mergers

First Kill Wants to Add Some Gay, Supernatural Angst to Netflix

Perhaps you’ve been thinking to yourself that you could do with a supernatural series to watch this summer. Maybe even one that’s gay, explicitly so, rather than just dancing around it for years on end. If that’s the case, then Netflix has got you covered with First Kill, a supernatural series about two teens falling…

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Source: Gizmodo – First Kill Wants to Add Some Gay, Supernatural Angst to Netflix

A Movie Magician Digitized Hundreds of 35MM Movie Trailers, Here’s A Selection for Millennials Wanting a Nostalgia Trip

From the first examples of Eadweard Muybridge’s Horse in Motion and on through the history of motion pictures, we have subjected ourselves to the illusion that a stream of pictures moving at a fast rate is a display in motion. Film is where mechanics, psychology, and art collide.

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Source: Gizmodo – A Movie Magician Digitized Hundreds of 35MM Movie Trailers, Here’s A Selection for Millennials Wanting a Nostalgia Trip

NASA’s Artemis Moon Landing Program: Launches, Timeline, and More

Not since 1972 has a human set foot on the Moon, but NASA is aiming to change that through its ambitious Artemis program. The lunar missions could begin in late 2022, so we’ve assembled this guide to keep you informed and up to date.

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Source: Gizmodo – NASA’s Artemis Moon Landing Program: Launches, Timeline, and More

The Week in Toys Is Suitably Strange

Welcome back to Toy Aisle, io9’s regular round up of the latest nerdy toy news on the internet. This week, Hot Toys has come to bargain with the almost-mandated “New Marvel Movie Action Figure,” Star Wars Celebration exclusives heat up in the cutest manner, and Lego’s latest architecture set takes us to ancient Egypt.…

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Source: Gizmodo – The Week in Toys Is Suitably Strange

The Innocents Finds an Alarming Way of Asking 'Have You Checked the Children?'

After moving to a new home—a cluster of apartment towers surrounded by forests, quieter than usual thanks to the summer holidays—bored young Ida (Rakel Lenora Fløttum) welcomes friendship with a similarly aged neighbor, Ben (Sam Ashraf). But The Innocents, a brutal yet elegant investigation into the extremes of…

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Source: Gizmodo – The Innocents Finds an Alarming Way of Asking ‘Have You Checked the Children?’

Algae Powered a Computer for More Than Six Months

There’s “green energy” and then there’s truly GREEN energy, or rather, blue-green energy. A colorful colony of photosynthetic cyanobacteria, known as blue-green algae, have successfully powered a computer microprocessor for longer than six months, according to a study published Thursday in the journal Energy &…

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Source: Gizmodo – Algae Powered a Computer for More Than Six Months