It’s unlikely that we’ll ever see a movie where Marvel’s superhero gang the Avengers do battle against giants like King Kong and Godzilla.
But never mind because video editor Alex Luthor has created this epic fan made trailer, which sees earth’s mightiest heroes take on earth’s mightiest monsters.
Comic book writer Warren Ellis, director Adi Shankar and producer of Adventure Time Kevin Kolde are working on a Castlevania animated show.
The Netflix original series will see the first part out this year and part two out next year, each episode will be 30 minutes long and will center on the last surviving member of the Belmont clan.
Today is International Women’s Day, where the world celebrates the pioneering and mould-breaking females and their social, economic, cultural, scientific and political accomplishments.
One such woman was 20 century British physicist and engineer Hertha Marks Ayrton who, along with her achievements in science, was also active in the Suffragette movement too.
Jetpacks are undoubtedly badass but they’re also incredibly expensive at this juncture in space-time, you’d need to pay around $100,000 for a good one.
That said, this footage from YouTuber devinsupertramp will have you doing all you can to save for one, as it shows not only the awesome fun you’d have, but how cool it looks too.
With Trump in the White House and his finger close to the red button, we can but hope that we don’t enter a new Cold War with another nuclear-armed state, but what would happen if a nuke was detonated?
Well with the Doomsday Clock being its closest to midnight since the first hydrogen bomb was detonated by the US, it’s perhaps timely to let AsapSCIENCE take us through the science of a nuclear blast and how it effects humans.
The world needs to keep an eye on British mad inventor Colin Furze, because he might well become a super villain later in life.
In this video he creates a homemade thermite cannon that fires thermite shells which explode on impact. Thermite, a pyrotechnic material, burns at 2,000C and gets hot enough to melt steel.
When you stare up at the moon, somewhere on the lunar surface lie the remains of Apollo 11, 12, 14, 15, 16 and 17 along with 8 unmanned Russian Luna missions and 5 pre-Apollo unmanned American surveyor missions.
So why can’t we see them? The reason is explained in this video, and it’s mainly because you’d need a very, very powerful telescope. Even more powerful than the most powerful one on earth, in fact it would need a mirror ten times its size.
Japanese video game designer Shigeru Miyamoto has created some of the most popular and celebrated video games ever made, including Super Mario Bros., Donkey Kong, and The Legend of Zelda.
In this video from Vox they explain his design philosophy and how he used a combination of movement, control, and storytelling to pave the way for the today’s epic, much larger budget games.