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Review: Based on a Marvel comic, this stylish and startling head trip conjures a superhero show like you've never seen.
The translucent substance literally offers a window for seeing back millions of years. Here, a few of the most amazing sights the fossilized resin has sealed in time.
Before Avengers: Infinity War, here's how to watch every Marvel Cinematic Universe movie and TV show in the perfect order.
Leonardo DiCaprio as Spider-Man? Tom Selleck as Doctor Strange? We salute the comic book adaptations that never quite reached the screen.
CNET's Eric Franklin ranks all 19 movies in the Marvel Cinematic Universe and asks that you try to prove him wrong.
George R.R. Martin's next entry in the fantasy series is not available to purchase, but you can already read a good chunk of it.
Astrophysicist and planetary scientist from MIT, Sara Seager, discusses the mission of NASA's Transiting Exoplanet Survey Satellite (TESS) and how we will search for new exoplanets and extraterrestrial life.
From a cannonball to a jelly doughnut and dragon scales, entertaining images from Mars amuse scientists and excite conspiracy theorists and alien fans.
From burgers to chicken nuggets, several companies are producing meat from a petri dish.
Whether you want to curl up on the couch or watch on the go, these gems won't cost you a penny.
The colourful uniforms worn by the crew of the Starship Enterprise count as some of the most iconic looks ever. Here's how they've evolved over the past 50 years.
The latest season of Jenji Kohan's dark comedy is still missing what made the first two seasons great. Warning: some spoilers ahead.
"Twin Peaks" returns for its decades-late third season in May, so it's time to look back at all the quirky happenings from the original television series.