We deep dive into 3D-printed habitats, teaching robots to feel pain, and ultra-accurate prop replicas. Also, we welcome Jackie Kashian to the show to discuss creating comedy and touring as a working comic.
CNET heads to San Diego for Comic-Con, America's pre-eminent entertainment geekfest.
Touted as the first comedy set in the DC Universe, it stars Vanessa Hudgens as an insurance agent who deals with damages caused by superheroes.
Visit your local comic shop on May 7 to pick up a whole bunch of comics for free.
In addition to geek event staples like cosplayers and superhero movie leaks, there were some key thematic takeaways. For one, the '90s are back.
The Wonder Woman trailer has landed without revealing too much of the plot, but we're absolutely certain none of these Golden Age moments will be included.
The new miniature NES Classic Edition is on display alongside the original NES at Nintendo's Play Lounge outside San Diego Comic-Con.
At San Diego's annual pop culture fest, whose lifeblood is unapologetic obsession, the smartphone game is the fixation of the year.
Plus we've got the inside news on the next Netflix-Marvel projects.
Dr. Harleen Frances Quinzel, better known as Harley Quinn, has proven to be a popular character to dress up as at SDCC 2016.
Nickelodeon's '90s game show turned TV movie features all kinds of reimagined nods to its source material, including scary temple guards, the Steps of Knowledge and the infamously difficult Shrine of the Silver Monkey.