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Thor: Ragnarok gets the most badass logo of the day at SDCC!

How awesomely cool is this logo? Plus info on art shown at Marvel's panel featuring a very World War Hulk-y Hulk! Read the full article on AICN Ahoy, squirts! Quint here. Don't you just love that logo? I know it's weird to get all geeky...Show More Summary

The Animals of World War I

3 hours agoHumor / odd : Neatorama

Horses, mules, dogs, pigeons, cats, camels, koalas, even elephants were enlisted for their service in World War I. While a few were just mascots for the purpose of morale, most were put to work carrying soldiers and equipment. The British dog pictured here was photographed around 1915, delivering medical supplies to the front lines. Show More Summary

Clashes in Kashmir Risk Taking India-Pakistan Back to Brink of Nuclear War

The long ignored suffering of the Kashmiri people carries with it the world’s greatest risk of full-scale nuclear war between two long-standing adversaries.

The trailer for 'Wonder Woman' just dropped, and you don't need the lasso of truth to know the Internet liked it.

7 hours agoHumor / odd : Happy Place

Months after Gal Gadot's far-too-short appearance in Batman v Superman, the trailer for the World War I-era Wonder Woman feature film was debuted at Comic Con to a widely positive reaction at the event and online. Starring Gadot andShow More Summary

Gal Gadot Battles the Central Powers and Chris Pine’s Sexism in the Wonder Woman Trailer

It’s been a long time since a DC Comics movie looked tolerable, much less fun, so the promising Wonder Woman trailer that premiered Saturday at Comic-Con in San Diego is a big step forward. It’s set during World War I: Gal Godot’s Wonder Woman is brought to civilization after aviator Steve Trevor (Chris Pine) washes up on her shore. Show More Summary

How ‘Suicide Squad’s David Ayer Delivered The Irreverent Superhero Film Warner Bros Really Needed

After writing Training Day and directing films like the police procedurals End Of Watch and Harsh Times, and then the Brad Pitt World War II tank drama Fury, David Ayer has taken a decided turn toward anarchy with Suicide Squad. Rather...Show More Summary

‘Star Wars’ Books Set To Reveal Empire’s End, Backstory For ‘The Force Awakens’

The end of the Galactic Empire, as well as new details about the Battle of Jakku and the world of The Force Awakens, are set to be revealed to Star Wars fans in a new series of books slated for release in the next several months. Next January will see the release of Star Wars:... Show More Summary

Cold War in Sports? Protests Grow Over Russian Athletes’ Ban From Rio

More and more athletes and sports specialists around the world are protesting the decision by the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) to ban the Russian athletics team from participating in the upcoming Rio Olympics.

Liveblogging World War I: July 23, 1916: Battle of Pozières

Wikipedia: _[Battle of Pozières][]_: >The Battle of Pozières was a two-week struggle for the French village of Pozières and the ridge on which it stands, during the middle stages of the 1916 Battle of the Somme. Though British divisions were involved in most phases of the fighting, Pozières is primarily...


HERC RADIO!! He’s Seen STAR TREK BEYOND, THE STRAIN & New THE NIGHT OF!! Plus All The DC, Marvel & Star Wars News!! Read the full article on AICN I am – Hercules!! “Nerd World Report” airs live Saturday 9 p.m. till midnight Pacific Time. Show More Summary

A Quick Look At Roth IRAs, Roth 401(k)s & The Man Responsible For Both

William Victor "Bill" Roth Jr. would have been 95 today. Roth was a World War II veteran, a lawyer, a U.S. Representative and a U.S. Senator but is best known for creating the Roth IRA.

From the archive: Tim Kaine probably is at the top of everyone’s VP list

This Oct. 14, 2014, post called it: Is Sen. Tim Kaine (D-Va.) the new Harry Truman? As a senator from Missouri, Truman led a bipartisan congressional effort overseeing World War II operations. This rankled President Franklin Delano Roosevelt’s administration. Not wanting to draw FDR’s ire onto themselves, senior senators gave the job to the backbencher from the […]

Artist Khaled Akil imagines Pokémon Go in ravaged Syria

Khaled Akil's project showing fun characters amid woeful scenes is a reminder that war goes on as the world turns away.

Ellen Page and Uzo Aduba Partied This Week

While Taylor Swift and Kim Kardashian's all-out war roiled the celebrity world, other famous people partied pretty hard this week. Emma Roberts and her (smoldering) Nerve co-star Dave Franco celebrated backstage at San Diego's MTV Fandom Awards, while Ellen Page and Allison Janney went to a special screening of Tallulah in New York. Orange Is the ... More »


It's only been about seven months since STAR WARS: THE FORCE AWAKENS hit theaters. Ever since that point, we've lived in a world where, for the foreseeable future, we'd never be wanting for STAR WARS movies. Coming this December is ROGUE ONE: A STAR WARS STORY, and almost a year to the day after, we'll have STAR WARS EPISODE VIII in theaters. Show More Summary

Syrian opposition turns to Pokemon to win support

(Reuters) - Syrian opposition groups have taken advantage of a global Pokemon craze to draw the world's attention to the plight of children caught up in the country's five-year civil war.

These 50 Vintage Photos of Women in Giant Pants in the 1930s Are Fascinating

Trousers have always been the preferred dress of women who had to do physical work. The arrival of World War I gave many women jobs as men went to join the military. Though women who worked with the public still wore skirts, many women wore trousers and overalls to work in factories. Show More Summary

The U.S. Air Force's Incoherent Plan to Replace the A-10 Warthog

Loren B. Thompson Air Force, United States  Whoever came up with this bad idea needs a new job. When the Air Force separated from the Army to become an independent military service after World War Two, it was understood that airmen would...Show More Summary

Lazio Inches Closer to a Title ... From 1915

An Italian committee is set to decide next month whether to award Lazio a championship title from the 1914-15 season, which was interrupted by the onset of World War I.

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