Yesterday, The Robot’s Voice, née Topless Robot, was shuttered. Having a website you started and worked on constantly for five years go kaput on the same day you finally get to see Star Wars: The Force Awakens is the very definition of “bittersweet” (to me, at least).
A photographer with the Reno-Gazette Journal was arrested last week and charged with a felony after police say he and another journalist from the paper were caught trespassing at Tesla Motors’ Gigafactory. And when they were busted, the journalists ran down security employees with their Jeep until the local cops…
Some unknown artist assembled what a promotional poster for a live-action version of the seminal comic saga Crisis on Infinite Earths might look like, if it incorporated all of DC’s live-action entertainment—shows, movies, serials from te ‘40s, everything. The result is stunning.
NASA just funded research into releasing robot-swarms during flybys, improving life support system, laser-mapping lunar lava caves, exploring the hydrocarbon seas of Titan, converting torpedo power supplies for deep space, creating an oasis of perpetual sunshine on the moon, and characterizing electric sails. Awesome.
Get ready for the best thing you’ll see all day, people!
Or rather it was, just not the Gamergate concerned with video games. Remember kids, gamergate is also a type of ant.
This time it's the former DC/Wildstorm series Global Frequency by Warren Ellis. The show will be produced by Jerry Bruckheimer, written by Farscape's Rockne S. O'Bannon, and will follow an organization devoted to fighting crime, along with a team of over 1,000 anonymous agents around the world.
You may have read my list of 10 Life-Changing Anime. Someone in Japan did, and thoughtfully translated it into Japanese for his/her readers. I hit Google Translate to see what they said about me, but what I got was a full translation of a translation of my entire feature. As it turns out, my translated Robotech entry…