Museum of Natural Mystery – Exhibit 12: The Bone Wars – Season Finale

The Most Vicious Rivalry In All of Paleontology

Paleontologists O.C. Marsh and E.D. Cope gave us some of the most beloved dinosaurs of all time, but they destroyed each other in the process. Read more.

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Sidekicked Issue #97 – Let’s Switch Things Up

Is Nintendo the right Switch for gamers?

Nintendo's latest entertainment system has released and has been an immediate commercial success. But a commercial success does not always mean a successful launch. Although many gamers have found Nintendo's new system to be a joy to play, they have also found that it is riddled with manufacturing flaws. What are these flaws and how do the boys of Sidekicked feel about them? Find out of Nintendo is worth the switch if you have an Xbox or PlayStation. Read more.

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Sidekicked Issue #96 – Old Logan, New Tricks

Is Logan's healing factor working on movie franchises now, too? Read more.


Museum of Natural Mystery – Exhibit 11: Gorilla Warfare

Paul Du Chaillu vs. The Proud Ignorance of the Evolution Debate

Early accounts of the gorilla demonized it as a monster, but these portrayals were nothing compared the demonization of the man who found it. Read more.

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Sidekicked Issue #95 – Are the Academy Awards a bunch of Jokers?

Say what you will about the film, but Suicide Squad has joined the movie elites. Is Suicide Squad's victory of an Academy Award a statement of the movie's quality, or is it actually a statement about the award's quality? Vincent and David roll out the Red (Robin) carpet for this week's edition of Sidekicked. Read more.

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Sidekicked Issue #94 – Teenage Science Ninja Turtles

The Ninja Turtles have always been multi-dimensional characters, and their best dimension might be Dimension X Read more.


Museum of Natural Mystery – Exhibit 10: Hearts and Hominids

How A Pair of Unlikely Valentines Defined Human Origins

Mary and Louis Leakey almost single-handedly identified Africa as the birthplace of humanity, but their relationship is as fraught and fascinating a story as our evolution. Read more.

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Sidekicked Issue #93 – Lego my Batman

Is Lego Batman the hero we deserve? Or is he just the Batman we need right now? Read more.


Museum of Natural Mystery – Exhibit 9: Monsters of Antiquity

The Cyclops and the Griffin: Ancient Animals?

The discovery of dinosaur bones and fossilized animal remains didn't begin with paleontology as we know it. Today we explore the impact of fossils on ancient cultures. Read more.