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Development: Lost Boys lands Tyler Posey and Twilight director; Zach Woods orbits HBO space comedy

The CW's upcoming remake of the '80s vampire classic The Lost Boys has started to take shape.

How are we going to land on Mars without crashing and burning?

Mars is in our future, but first we need to figure out how to actually land the heavy spacecraft that will have humans as part of its payload—in one piece.

Objects in Space 2/20/19: Fear cuts deeper than swords

It's Wednesday, which means we're officially halfway through the week! Don't worry if you haven't accomplished anything that feels significant yet, because all I've done so far (aside from work, that is) is start watching Netflix's The Umbrella Academy!

Pixar’s Kitbull short will leave your animal-loving heart in the junkyard

Pixar’s on a roll with its series of SparkShorts artists’ project short films, and the latest one — an old-school animated tale about a scrappy little alley cat and a fighting pit bull chained together by some truly awful circumstances — will trash your animal-loving heart before the inevitable happy ending comes to the rescue.

What does fandom's ultimate online destination look like?

When Tumblr announced that it would be banning NSFW material on December 17, 2018, shock waves rippled through fandom. Some predicted ruin; some predicted just more of the same, with less “female-presenting nipples.”

A Wizard of Oz-inspired series will be clicking its heels and flying to TV screens

The fantastical world of L. Frank Baum’s Oz is coming to small screens everywhere from Legendary Entertainment and Ed Ricourt (screenwriter of Now You See Me), according to Variety.

How The Umbrella Academy brought Pogo the monkey butler to life

If weird is your thing, there's plenty of weirdness to go around in The Umbrella Academy, the new Netflix show based on former My Chemical Romance frontman Gerard Way and artist Gabriel Bá's graphic novel series of the same name.

Gaming: Darkest Dungeon sequel unveiled; Resident Evil visits PUBG; farewell, PS Vita

With 2016’s Darkest Dungeon, developer Red Hook Studios proved you might be able to beat back the Heart of Darkness — but you can never truly defeat it. Sure enough, now it’s creeping back with a vengeance, thanks to the announcement that the 2 million-selling indie RPG hit will be getting a spooky sequel.

Mexican scientist Eva Ramón Gallegos cures HPV with light therapy

Earlier this month, a scientist named Eva Ramón Gallegos of the Instituto Politécnico Nacional in Mexico City released the results of a study she and her team have been conducting on HPV (human papillomavirus) and cervical cancer. They used a technique called photodynamic therapy to treat HPV and pre-cancerous lesions on the cervix with staggering results. These lesions are commonly caused by some strains of HPV, or human papillomavirus.

Artists Alley: Disney Head of Story Josie Trinidad sketches Ralph Breaks the Internet storyboards

Have you ever wondered what it takes to bring an animated movie to life? In many ways, it's more complicated than live-action films. While both media employ storyboard artists, animators have to remain hyper-focused on the visuals even at the earliest stages of the film.

Science Behind the Fiction: Exploring the real science behind Luther's big secret in The Umbrella Academy

In recent years, Netflix has cemented itself as a legitimate player in original content. The streaming service's latest endeavor, The Umbrella Academy — based on the Dark Horse Comics series of the same name by Gerard Way and Gabriel Bá — tells the tale of a family of estranged super-powered siblings brought back together by the death of their adoptive father, eccentric billionaire Sir Reginald Hargreeves.

DC Comics single-issue solicitations for May 2019

Every month, SYFY WIRE will be bringing you the solicitations for all the upcoming comic books you need to know about. Today we have DC Comics listings for April 2019 single-issue comics.