Just a few images from the upcoming book "The Art of Portal 2," coming out on October 31.
That awkward moment when the giant fetus traveling through space, propelled by what appears to be leaking amniotic fluid, looks at you like you're the weird one.
A month before the first episode of "Star Trek" would see its television premiere, Gene Roddenberry and two producers were hashing out the monologue that would open every episode.
"I can't put my arms down!"
"Well... put your arms down when you get to space."
Hitler's reaction to being turned into a rocket and fired into space?
Even terrifying monsters from space get stuck babysitting sometimes.
That's some unfortunate placement on that rocket there.
The latest entry in artist Jason Heuser's "New and Improved Presidents" series turns the former president into a badass sci-fi hero.
I think I get the main thrust of the story.
You'd think being in space would make that thing lighter.
Amateur photographer Tommy Eliassen captured the milky way, the northern lights, and a meteor all in one photo.