Here are sixteen Neil Gaiman novels that you should be reading right now.
“With the release of the Good Omens TV series this weekend, based on the book by Terry Pratchett and Neil Gaiman, this is a heavenly time to be a Gaiman fan. If you’ve already finished the series and are hungry for more supernatural, smart fiction, we’ve compiled a list of the best Neil Gaiman books to get lost in. Be warned — many adventures await!”
Here’s why Robert Pattinson may be the best Batman ever.
“Robert Pattinson is the Batman we deserve and the one we need right now. A Friday report from Deadline confirmed that the former Twilight actor will play Bruce Wayne/Batman in a trilogy helmed by Matt Reeves, and anyone complaining about the decision hasn’t been paying attention to Pattinson’s recent work.”
Here are ten surprising facts about HBO’s Band of Brothers.
“In 1998, HBO—then a still-fledgling cable network that had not yet completely broken through with hits like The Sopranos and Sex and the City—decided to take on its biggest project ever: a massive 10-hour World War II miniseries executive produced by Steven Spielberg and Tom Hanks.”
Doctor Who writer Gareth Roberts has been fired from anthology book due to transphobic comments.
“The BBC has removed former Doctor Who TV writer Gareth Roberts’ contribution to the anthology book Doctor Who: The Target Storybook, due to transphobic statements Roberts made in 2017.”
Here’s why NASA is sending an atomic clock into space.
“On June 22, NASA will send an atomic clock the size of a football (though much heavier) to space onboard a SpaceX Falcon Heavy rocket. This clock isn’t for telling time—it’s a technology demonstration for a clock that might be used for future space exploration, both to navigate and to make gravitational measurements. If successful, it will be the most accurate atomic clock ever flown in space.”
YouTube will be deleting Neo-Nazi and white supremacy content on its platform.
“YouTube is removing thousands of channels for promoting Neo-Nazism, white supremacy, and conspiracy theories that deny well-known historical events like the Holocaust and the Sandy Hook school shooting ever occurred. On Wednesday, the Google-owned platform announced it was taking a stricter stance on hateful content by deleting the offending videos instead of just limiting their circulation.”