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Whatever doesn’t kill you simply makes you stranger. In June, Detective Comics is reopening the Black Casebook, a collection of Batman’s weirdest cases — the supernatural, the macabre, the psychedelic, and the unsolved. These are cases so baffling that even the World’s Greatest Detective couldn’t come up with an answer. First introduced by Grant Morrison
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Microsoft is officially adding Xbox Live support to mobile devices. As previously reported, this will allow mobile games to utilize Xbox Live achievements, Gamerscore, friends lists, and more.  The catch is that this system will only work with mobile titles published by Microsoft themselves. While that might change in the future, the benefit of this
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Released: 15 March 2019 Certificate: 15 Director: Nicholas McCarthy Writer: Jeff Buhler Cast: Taylor Schilling, Jackson Robert Scott, Peter Mooney, Colm Feore, Brittany Allen Distributor: Vertigo Releasing If you like this, try… The Omen Creepy kids don’t come any creepier than Damien – aka the Antichrist – in Richard Donner’s 1976 classic. In 2009, Jaume
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Titans Season 2 is confirmed! The first season of Titans premiered on the DC Universe streaming service on October 12 and wrapped with a divisive season finale on December 21. The 10 episode season introduced a ton of new DC heroes and villains (including the Doom Patrol, who will then spin off into their own series)
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Frank Miller has signed an exclusive five-project deal with DC Comics. As of this writing, we know what two of them are. One is a young reader focused graphic novel focusing on Carrie Kelley, the young Robin that Miller introduced in the pages of Dark Knight Returns in 1986. The other is the previously announced
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Whether you were in Indianapolis or Ingoldmells, you were pretty much guaranteed to see a game by Namco in any 1980s arcade. Increasingly tired-looking Galaxian, Galaga, and Pole Position machines were still kicking around at the end of the decade, while Pac-Man remains one of the most famous names in gaming today. But there was
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A new trailer for Avengers: Endgame has arrived and it’s taking us right back to the beginning to punch our feels squarely in the face. Still, at least you know who’s here to help out…<span data-mce-type=”bookmark” style=”display: inline-block; width: 0px; overflow: hidden; line-height: 0;” class=”mce_SELRES_start”>&#65279;</span> Glorious stuff. Although we refuse to be distracted by Hawkeye’s
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IMAGE: Anja Kunze, right, is shown working with undergraduate students in her lab, where small networks of brain cells are gently stretched using precise magnetic force. Montana State photo by Adrian… view more  Credit: Montana State photo by Adrian Sanchez-Gonzalez BOZEMAN — Some electrical engineers design the giant dynamos and transmission lines that power society. Others
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CAMBRIDGE, Mass. – A new way of measuring atomic-scale magnetic fields with great precision, not only up and down but sideways as well, has been developed by researchers at MIT. The new tool could be useful in applications as diverse as mapping the electrical impulses inside a firing neuron, characterizing new magnetic materials, and probing
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North Carolina State University researchers have developed a microfluidic system for synthesizing perovskite quantum dots across the entire spectrum of visible light. The system drastically reduces manufacturing costs, can be tuned on demand to any color and allows for real-time process monitoring to ensure quality control. Over the last two decades, colloidal semiconductor nanocrystals, known
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This Supernatural review contains spoilers. Supernatural Season 14 Sam, unexpected yet talented leader to a pack of new hunters, is feeling a strong loss after Michael’s rampage through the bunker. Sam counts himself responsible, and the effects on his psyche are shown through violent flashes throughout the bunker, first empty and pristine, then blood soaked
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We finally get a little taste of the next Avengers tale with that Avengers: Endgame trailer. It doesn’t tell us too much and the glimpses we get only ask more questions. It also gives us a quick look at what’s up with the two biggest Marvel Cinematic Universe heroes to skip out on Infinity War
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It’s been almost three decades since Nintendo debuted its beloved 16-bit console, but we still haven’t forgotten its contributions to the golden age of gaming. It was the home of not only the best platformers of the day but also a console that brought the best RPGs Japan had to offer. The SNES was the
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IMAGE: Schematic diagram showing the materials informatics method combining machine learning and the calculation of thermal emission properties and experiments conducted to verify the performance of fabricated materials. view more  Credit: NIMS NIMS, the University of Tokyo, Niigata University and RIKEN jointly designed a multilayered metamaterial that realizes ultra-narrowband wavelength-selective thermal emission by combining the machine
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In the early 90s a little known Japanese Samurai/Detective series hit Australia where it quickly became a cult hit. In Japan it was called Ronin Suiri Tentai (Deductive Reasoning Ronin), but in Australia it is known only as Top Knot Detective! To celebrate the release of the Top Knot Detective Collector’s Edition on dual format Blu-ray
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Norman Lear’s original One Day at a Time sitcom lasted for nine seasons on CBS from 1975 to 1984. Netflix’s modern reimagining wasn’t so lucky.  Variety first reported today and Netflix confirmed that One Day at a Time has been canceled at the streaming service after three seasons.  Advertisement Netflix chief content officer Ted Sarandos said in a statement:  “It’s been
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Ah, Lex Luthor. The Greatest Criminal Mind of Our Time (™). No criminal in history has tried to eliminate Superman in the myriad ways that Lex Luthor has. As a result, nobody has failed as many times, either. And you know what they say, right? If you can’t beat ‘em, join ‘em. And that’s exactly
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We can now confirm that Hearthstone‘s next expansion will be the villain-themed Rise of Shadows. As previously reported, this expansion will begin Hearthstone‘s first year-long storyline. In other words, all three expansions released this year will further a story involving some of Hearthstone‘s greatest villains uniting to get revenge on those who wronged them. While
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The steady improvement of the performance and versatility of our electronic systems is due in large part to the scaling-down of transistors and interconnects that drive them. Components on the chips have been shrunk, stacked and more densely packed to add increased functionality without expanding the systems’ small footprints. But the smaller, denser arrangements present
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One of the greatest global challenges is the efficient use of renewable sources in order to meet the increasing demand for energy and feedstock chemicals in the future. In this context, biomass is a promising alternative to existing fossil sources such as coal or oil. Cellulose plays a decisive role here because it accounts for
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IMAGE: Berkeley Lab researchers built a set of bacteria that can irreversibly attach a variety of hard or soft materials like biopolymers or semiconducting nanoparticles to the cell surface without damaging… view more  Credit: Berkeley Lab When the inside of a mollusk shell shimmers in sunlight, the iridescence isn’t produced by colored pigments but by tiny
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IMAGE: A schematic illustration of nanocarrier-based biological fluorescent probes for simultaneous detection of ketamine and amphetamine in latent fingermark. Antibodies are assembled on carboxyl modified nanoparticles by amide linkage with the… view more  Credit: Author In a paper to be published in the forthcoming issue in NANO, researchers from Zhejiang have uncovered a novel method of
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IMAGE: This is UniSA bioengineer Dr Chih-Tsung Yang pictured with the microfluidic cell culture chip in the foreground. view more  Credit: Joe Vittorio The debilitating side effects of radiotherapy could soon be a thing of the past thanks to a breakthrough by University of South Australia (UniSA) and Harvard University researchers. UniSA biomedical engineer Professor Benjamin
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Scientists have developed a pioneering new technique that could pave the way for the next generation of optical tweezers. A team of researchers from the Universities of Glasgow, Bristol and Exeter, have created a new method of moving microscopic objects around using micro-robotics. Currently, optical tweezers – which are used to study proteins, biological molecular
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