The following is a first person editorial. I saw an article referencing comments by writer Jim Zubkavich, who writes the largely entertaining comic Skullkickers (among other credits): Creator says creator-owned comics pay as little as $31.25 a page—if you’re lucky. On a print run of 5000 comics (and many, many creator-owned titles sell less than [...]
On a day when the nation’s eyes were focused on a storm battered east coast, a single headline snatched the attention of genre fans, financial analysts, entertainment industry pundits and children everywhere.
The only way to fly. Drive. Sail. Whatever.
This is the future, y’all.
There you have it folks, autopilot for your personal amusement.
Really? It’s going to be okay. It really is. Here’s why.
The modern man is beset on all sides by challenges logistical and psychological. Here’s a possible solution.
Taking the first step towards, maybe, just maybe, becoming a type one civilization at long last.
Scientists give this Promethean concept to mechanical citizens of the world. What could go wrong?
Not having a home or a family didn’t stop two young brothers from achieving despite the odds.
Geeks everywhere have dreamed of swinging on web lines, wielding a powerful hammer or even wearing the cape and cowl; but more geeks have worn an “S” in hopes of flying through the air like the superhero of all superheroes-Superman.
This clearly puts Power Wheels to shame.
The Luna Ring plan, which was introduced in Tokyo, is only the most recent in a long line of envelope pushing, seemingly kooky ideas to come from Shimizu Corp.