The Inverse Interview

Bruce Campbell vs. the Marvel Cinematic Universe

“Well, he's in the universe now,” Campbell tells Inverse of his MCU character. “Which means he's in every universe because these are all multi-layered universes.”

Gaming Interviews

'Stray' producer on how a design limitation led to being "utterly inspired"

The cat’s out of the bag.

The Inverse Interview

Legendary Star Wars writer Lawerence Kasdan Is ready to make 'Solo 2'


'The Callisto Protocol' creator says it's way scarier than 'Dead Space'

Inverse speaks with Striking Distance Studios' Chief Creative Officer Chris Stone about how 'The Callisto Protocol' will stand apart from 'Dead Space.'

Inverse Interview

Exclusive: Wesley Snipes dives into a cyberpunk apocalypse in 'The Exiled'

The man who brought Blade to life talks about his neo-noir graphic novel.

The Inverse Interview

'Westworld’s new executive producer isn’t reading your fan theories — for now

Alison Schapker’s work on The Flash, Alias, Altered Carbon, Lost, and Fringe has given her a deeper appreciation for fan culture.


'Star Trek: Resurgence' could be the franchise's first truly great video game

The choice is yours.

The Inverse Interview

How Marcel the Shell invented "never been done before” stop-motion

With a documentary and stop-motion hybrid, a comedy about a small seashell may have as much technical sophistication as blockbusters with fighter jets and dinosaurs.

The Inverse Interview

Robert Eggers still can't believe Hollywood let him make 'The Northman'

The Inverse Interview

How Joseph Quinn became the (dungeon) master of 'Stranger Things'

Inverse Gaming Interviews

'Sims 4' devs reveal why the Sexual Orientation update is free for all players

The newest feature update in 'The Sims 4' continues to show the franchise's commitment to creating an inclusive gaming experience for all players.

First Class

Crisis Core Reunion devs reveal how the remaster will “enhance” FF7 Rebirth

Zack is back.


Gaming Luminaries

Inverse Luminaries celebrates the leaders and visionaries across the video game industry. New articles daily: August 15-20.

Open World 🎮
The grind

15 years later, the most hated epilogue in games deserves another chance

Moving on.


10 years later, the Nintendo Wii's most underrated RPG is due for a remake

Quite a swan song.


After Nintendo, Reggie Fils-Aimé wants gamers to give the metaverse a chance

Don’t be a cynic.


The King of Final Fantasy reveals why the series is “struggling”

Bring in the fixer.

Memento Mori

15 years later, the boldest video game ending ever still holds up

The long goodbye.

Multiversus R&D

My uncle made Multiversus and he says these characters are being added

Genshin better

Tower of Fantasy falls short of Genshin Impact in one key way

Paimon has nothing to worry about.


Forspoken's latest trailer is so bad that it became a meme in seconds

Let Frey cuss.


Guilty Gear Strive just made its new DLC fighter a queer icon overnight

Trans representation in fighting games.


Dull gameplay holds back a daring story in Digimon Survive

Inverse score: 6/10.


Call of Duty fans share their hopes and fears for Warzone 2.0

A new day ahead.

Virtual Road Trip

Forever Ago aims to change video game protagonists forever

A different kind of road trip

Leading lady

Soul Hackers 2 finally ditches the silent protagonist

Give me the jacket, Atlus.

Open World

Pokémon Scarlet and Violet's open world is exactly what the series needs

A natural evolution.

Portable power

33 years ago, one Nintendo innovation changed how we game forever

Right in the palm of your hand.


PS Plus vs Game Pass: Sony's worries prove a simpler approach is best

Keep it simple.

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Mind + Body
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Does chewing gum burn calories? The answer may be hard to swallow

Humans are masters of mastication.


This lifestyle “hack” claims to alleviate anxiety. But does it actually work?

Videos explaining how to stimulate the vagus nerve have millions of views.

Longevity hacks

Neuroscientists finally figured out why thinking can be so exhausting

Your brain is begging you to go touch grass.

Mind and Body

Sunscreen is crucial for public health — it must be safe for the environment, too

The question of whether UV filters pose harm to the environment while helping to reduce skin damage and prevent skin cancer is a conundrum.

Sunday Scaries

Cultivating 2 habits in your 30s may boost mental health in old age

A new study untangles the link between inflammation and aging well.

Mind and Body

Wastewater surveillance helped us track Covid-19. Can it work for monkeypox?

A wastewater monitoring plan for the virus is now being put together.


How do you get monkeypox? An epidemiologist explains what “close contact” means

The current monkeypox epidemic is a bit unusual in a few ways.

Monkeypox watch

Who should get the monkeypox vaccine? Here's how to find out

Certain groups should get the monkeypox vaccine — if they can find it.

Mind and Body

Pig collagen helped restore eyesight in people who were blind — study

As far as transplants go, corneas are hard to come by. Bioengineering synthetic ones might change that.

Mind and Body

What scientists know — and don’t know — about the Langya virus

Feeling worried? Don’t be yet.

Mind and Body

One type of walking reliably boosts fitness more than any other

Here’s why — alongside a few good reasons to give Nordic walking a try.

Mind and Body

Repairing America’s underground infrastructure reveals an unsettled scientific debate

The industry insists that cured-in-place plastic pipe liners are safe. Some scientists say the installation process is not.

Sunday Scaires

Living near one neglected piece of urban eye candy can greatly boost mental health

Blue space regeneration efforts could reduce mental health inequalities.

Mind and Body

Nordic Diet vs. Mediterranean Diet: The health benefits of eating like a Viking, explained

The Nordic diet was established in 2010. Is it worth trying?

Mind and Body

Are fake meats better for the environment? Yes, but it’s more complex than you think

Here’s what the numbers have to say.


How is nature connected to well-being? It's complicated, scientists say

Experts reviewed hundreds of papers to draw scientific conclusions about our cultural and ecological connections to nature.

Exploring Mars

Can we terraform Mars? Scientists may have made a major breakthrough

With the help of tiny organisms and compost, sustainable Martian meals could become a reality.


A new plasma-based technology could be crucial for living on Mars

The fourth state of matter can help future humans survive on Mars.


Mars City: 3 Red Planet resources could forge a critical building material

Iron will be key to human self-sufficiency on Mars.

The Inverse Interview

For All Mankind Season 3’s space mogul is better than Elon Musk — here's why

It’s easy to make real-world comparisons to For All Mankind’s tech mogul space pioneer character, but Edi Gathegi says you’ve got to trust the science fiction.


10 years ago, the Curiosity rover arrived on Mars — and revolutionized the hunt for alien life

Armed with a suite of instruments, the rover was able to tackle the Red Planet like never before.


NASA greenlights two new Mars helicopters and lengthens Perseverance’s resume

Space agencies are dreaming up a new way to bring Martian rocks to Earth.

The abyss

Mars Express: New images reveal the depths of the red planet's largest canyon

The images reveal Mars canyon's frightening depths.


A single-atom thick material could make a 127-year-old space travel idea a reality

The material of the future could make an imaginative concept of the past real.

Reel Science

The best sci-fi thriller on HBO Max reveals a brutal truth about life on Mars

Living on Mars is a dystopian hell in this classic ‘90s movie. Will real life be the same?


Where is SpaceX’s Starship?

The seeming hold-up in Starship tests is not all red tape’s fault.


Scientists track down the origin of the oldest Mars meteorite to a single crater

Like Guess Who? but with craters.


Look: SpaceX teases orbital test flight with dramatic Starship images

Long time coming.


NASA just built the best map of Mars to date using 51,000 images

“It’s effectively a whole new data set that will fuel a second wave of discoveries about Mars’ surface composition.”

Space Time

25 years ago, NASA landed its first rover on Mars — and catalyzed the search for life

Pathfinder brought the first rover to the Martian surface.


Cosmic rays could erase evidence of past life on Mars

Amino acids don't last long near the Martian surface.


NASA found the crash site of the rocket booster that hit the Moon in March

The crater could help identify the (probably Chinese) rocket.

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