The evil creatures in Middle-earth may be paying for their dark ways with a vitamin D deficiency.
What makes DC Comics' bad guys even badder? Appearing on 3D covers, without the need for pesky glasses. Here's your chance to win the whole set of Villains Month comics. That's a lot of evil.
Inspired by old mugs taken in Australia, artist Jason Mark finally answers the question, "What would the Joker look like in the Prohibition era?"
Popular Mechanics runs a photo gallery and encyclopedic article on all the Terminator models.
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DC Comics' September covers feature unusual print tech to showcase its biggest villains in 3D -- without the aid of annoying glasses. But just like the best bad guys, these comics come with a controversy.
Artist Jenny Parks creates catastic portraits of iconic sci-fi, fantasy, and geeky pop culture characters complete with whiskers, fur, and a dangerous air of curiosity.
Arem Duplessis, who was behind the magazine's covers for almost a decade, will join the tech giant as a creative director.
Even Sith Lords have trouble getting their kids to go to sleep. Author Jeffrey Brown's new "Star Wars" book shows the softer side of Darth Vader as a more patient father.
MIT dazzles with its tech innovation inForm, which allows users to "be" in two places at the same time.