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My Hero Academia: World Heroes’ Mission Stealth Suits Revealed

In just a few months, My Hero Academia The Movie: World Heroes’ Mission will hit theaters in Japan. With anticipation brewing for the latest film for the beloved anime series, brand new suits for protagonists Deku, Bakugo, and Todoroki. According to a post from Funimation, these new costumes are called “Stealth Suits.” Based on original designs from series creator Kohei Horikoshi, each suit sports some characteristic to each corresponding character. The post mentions the green stripes on Deku’s...
Tags: Japan, Movies, US, Anime, North America, Bones, Akira Toriyama, ComingSoon, Movie News, Deku, My Hero Academia, Todoroki, Bakugo, Kohei Horikoshi, My Hero Academia The Movie: World Heroes' Mission, World Heroes Mission


Researchers stumbled upon a box of human bones that had been missing for 100 years. They may come from Viking-age royalty.

Researchers Charlotte Rimstad (left) and Ulla Mannering (right) with some of the textiles they studied. Irene Skals/National Museum of Denmark/Antiquity Publications Ltd Denmark researchers recently stumbled across a box containing human bones from the Viking age. The remains were thought to have been lost for the last 100 years. The bones likely belonged to a wealthy man who may have been royal. See more stories on Insider's business page. Ulla Mannering and Charlotte Rimstad are used...
Tags: Europe, Science, News, Trends, Archaeology, Denmark, Norway, Vikings, Grave, Bones, National Museum of Denmark, Denmark England, Mannering, Aria Bendix, Charlotte Rimstad, Ulla Mannering


Godzilla Singular Point Tracks Down a Horrid Monster

Godzilla Singular Point has finally gotten to some action as the characters take on a fleshy-looking beast, with a certain old man showing that he has quite some youthful vigor left in him – Godzilla fans will be disappointed to learn the main star has yet to make an in the flesh appearance however. Omake:
Tags: Comedy, Drama, Fantasy, Netflix, Anime, Orange, Godzilla, Mecha, Bones, Moe, Image Gallery, Adaptations, Megane, Godzilla Singular Point


Godzilla Singular Point Has a Slow Start

Fans of classic movie monster Godzilla will be pleased to know the legendary creature has gotten his own Netflix anime in the form of Godzilla Singular Point, the series focusing on “young geniuses” Mei and Yun as they tackle an oncoming threat – those hoping to witness Godzilla will be disappointed however as the scaly […]
Tags: Comedy, Drama, Netflix, Anime, Orange, Godzilla, Bones, Mei, Moe, Yun, Image Gallery, Adaptations, Megane, Godzilla Singular Point


Scientists have found a potential new method for 3D printing bones directly inside of human bodies

From MIT Spectrum's Human OS Blog: 3D printing living tissue—including corneas, blood vessels and skin—is no easy task. But at least it's all living tissue. Bone, by contrast, is a mixture of living and inorganic compounds in a highly structured mineral matrix.  — Read the rest
Tags: Video, News, 3d Printing, 3d Printers, Material Science, Bones, Skeletons, 3d Bioprinting, Bioprinting, And Dance Around In Your Bones, 3D printed prosthetic


Attorney on ‘Bones’ and ‘Walking Dead’ Profits Cases Sues Her Former Law Firm

An attorney who worked on two high-profile profit participation lawsuits has filed a suit against her former law firm, alleging she was never paid her fair share of the legal fees from those cases. Mansi Shah worked on the “Bones” lawsuit for Kasowitz Benson Torres LLP. The case resulted in a $179 million arbitration judgment […]
Tags: News, Walking Dead, Bones, Mansi Shah, Kasowitz Benson Torres LLP


Photos show a tower of human skulls found buried beneath Mexico City. The Aztecs ritually sacrificed them, archaeologists say.

A new portion of the Aztecs' Huei Tzompantli skull tower discovered under Mexico City in March, 2020. Instituto Nacional de Antropologia e Historia (INAH) Archaeologists discovered human skulls stacked in a tower buried in Mexico City. Aztecs used such towers, called tzompantli, to display skulls of people who were ritually sacrificed. Part of this tower, called Huei Tzompantli, was uncovered in 2015. The new discovery brings the total number of skulls in it — from men, women, and chil...
Tags: Photos, Science, News, Mexico, Trends, Mexico City, Anthropology, Archaeology, Mesoamerica, Bones, Aztecs, Barrera, INAH, Skulls, Aylin Woodward, Human Sacrifice


Vegans are more likely to suffer broken bones, study finds

The study found that vegans were 43% more likely to suffer fractures than meat eaters.Similar results were observed for vegetarians and fish eaters, though to a lesser extent.It's possible to be healthy on a vegan diet, though it takes some strategic planning to compensate for the nutrients that a plant-based diet can't easily provide. Non-meat diets may help you maintain healthy cholesterol, body weight, and blood-sugar levels. But these diets, particularly veganism, may also boost your risk o...
Tags: Health, Food, Diet, Medical Research, Innovation, Oxford, Vegan, Bmc, Vegetarian, Bones


Boku no Hero Academia Continues Still as 5th Season Declared

The sect of anime fans strangely obsessed with superheroes have even more such content to look forward to as the 5th season of Boku no Hero Academia has been announced, a decision that many won’t find surprising considering the aforementioned penchant that hordes of fans have for the show (the occasional sex appeal likely also […]
Tags: Anime, Announcements, Bones, PV, Adaptations, Continuations, Hero Academia


The U.S. has a lot of laws around the possession and ownership of human skulls

Caitlin Doughty is a mortician and the author of the New York Times bestseller Will My Cat Eat My Eyeballs?: Big Questions From Tiny Mortals About Death. And it's from that very book that The Atlantic pulled this excerpt, which it published last tear. — Read the rest
Tags: Post, News, Funerals, Atlantic, New York Times, Bones, Skull, Caitlin Doughty, Skeletons, Skulls, Legal System, Lawsplainers, Morticians, Bone Law, Funeral Industry


Study: 'Mighty mice' stayed strong in space with gene treatment

Losing bone and muscle mass in space is a major health concern for astronauts.In a recent study, scientists genetically altered mice and sent them to the International Space Station.The genetically altered mice retained — or even gained — muscle and bone mass, while a control group suffered significant losses. Living in microgravity aboard the International Space Station (ISS) might seem like it'd be gentle on the human body, but it's not. Without gravity, the musculoskeletal system starts to a...
Tags: Space, Nasa, Earth, Medical Research, Innovation, Mars, Iss, National Academy of Sciences, Bones, International Space Station ISS, Muscle, Human body, Se Jin Lee, Emily L Germain Lee, Germain Lee


Josee, the Tiger & the Fish Anime Film Emotionally Captivating

Animation studio Bones and Kadokawa have revealed a brand new trailer for the upcoming anime movie adaptation of Josee, the Tiger and the Fish, portraying some of the more emotional moments from the film. Both the original short story (written by Seiko Tanabe and originally published in 1985) and the movie adaptation tell of part-time […]
Tags: Movies, Drama, Trailer, Anime, Bones, Adaptations, Josée, Kadokawa, Seiko Tanabe


The Lightness of Being a Couch Potato May Work to Keep Us Fat

Sitting may confuse cellular sensors into thinking we are lighter than we are, prompting the body to put on weight.
Tags: News, Obesity, Animals, Exercise, Rodents, Weight, Bones


Is poop-filled drinking water what killed ancient giant sloths?

Evidence collected from an ancient boneyard in Ecuador suggests that a group of 22 ancient giant sloths died in a wallow of their own feces. Other mammals, such as a deer, a horse, an elephant-like creature called a gomphothere, and another species of ground sloth were identified at the site. The fate of the sloths parallels that of modern hippos who can become lethally poisoned in times of drought when the feces to water ratio shifts in their watering holes. Evidence collected from a fossil t...
Tags: Science, Animals, Water, Nature, Atlantic, Geology, Innovation, Brazil, Dinosaurs, Ecuador, North America, Gulf, Paleontology, Bones, Tanque Loma, Santa Elena peninsula


Atomic bomb tests help scientists finally date sharks

Scientists have finally determined the age of whale sharks using radioactive elements from bomb tests. Using the new data, the age range of the animals' bones has now been determined. The findings will help conservationists better maintain whale shark populations. There are some things that you presume science already knows and may be surprised to learn it doesn't. One seemingly simple thing was resolved this week, as scientists finally put an age range on whale sharks by dating the slightly rad...
Tags: Animals, Fish, Oceans, Innovation, Nuclear Weapons, Perth, Sharks, Carbon Dating, Bones, Meekan, Australian Institute of Marine Science, Mark Meekan


Boku no Hero Academia Season 5 Already Poised to Slay Villains

The world-renowned genre that is superheroes has scored another victory as yet another season is coming for the highly cherished Boku no Hero Academia, the fifth season sure to be teeming with more frightening fights against powerful villains and the occasional bits of comedy and sexiness. While not officially announced as of the current time, […]
Tags: Anime, Announcements, Bones, Continuations, Shonen Jump, Hero Academia


Letter of Recommendation: Mudlarking

Sifting through river muck for treasure — and the lessons of human history.
Tags: News, Smith, Rivers, Bones, Patti, Mines and Mining, London (England, River Thames (England


This Mysterious Ancient Structure Was Made of Mammoth Bones

The ring of skulls, skeletons, tusks and other bones was too large for a roof, scientists say, so what was it for?
Tags: News, Russia, Research, David, Bones, Archaeology and Anthropology, Endangered and Extinct Species, Mammoths (Animals, Antiquity (Journal, Your-feed-science, Beresford-Jones


How to Prepare Now for the Complete End of the World

Lynx Vilden teaches people how to live in the Stone Age.
Tags: News, Deer, Bones, Hikes and Hiking, Wilderness Areas, Your-feed-selfcare, Lynx Vilden


Stream Bones’ New Album Offline

Over the past decade, a white hesher from middle-of-nowhere Michigan has quietly become one of America's most influential underground rappers. Around 2010, Elmo O'Connor started releasing music under the name Bones, and he's been frantically cranking out music online ever since. Bones raps about depression and drugs in jittery stop-start flows over lo-fi beats that … More »
Tags: Music, America, Michigan, Connor, Album Stream, Bones, Stream Bones


My Hero Academia's Class 1-A Tells All About Growing Up and Going Beyond for Their New Movie

My Hero Academia’s meteoric rise to one of the buzziest manga and anime series around has gifted fans with not just the excellent show’s continued adventures, but now two movies too, the second of which is finally about to make its Western debut this week. To find out more, io9 put class in session for the English dub…Read more...
Tags: Japan, Science, Interview, Animation, Toho, Anime, Exclusive, Bones, Funimation, My Hero Academia, My Hero Academia Heroes Rising




Here Lies the Skull of Pliny the Elder, Maybe

The Roman admiral and scholar died during the eruption of Mount Vesuvius in 79 A.D. Might this really be his cranium?
Tags: News, Volcanoes, Andrea, Bones, Mount Vesuvius, Skeletons, Archaeology and Anthropology, DNA (Deoxyribonucleic Acid, Skull (Body Part, Jaw (Body Part, Mount Vesuvius (Italy, Your-feed-science, Pliny the Elder (24-79 AD, Pliny the Younger (61-113 AD, Cionci, Skull of Pliny the Elder Maybe


Could a Keto Diet Be Bad for Athletes’ Bones?

Race walkers on a low-carbohydrate, high-fat ketogenic diet showed early signs indicative of bone loss.
Tags: News, Carbohydrates, Exercise, Weight, Bones, Diet And Nutrition, Osteoporosis, Racewalking




At the Bottom of the Sea, They Wait to Feast on Alligators

Usually the large reptiles feed on other creatures. But scientists found a surprise at the bottom of the Gulf of Mexico.
Tags: News, Gulf of Mexico, Reptiles, Alligators, Bones, McClain, Crocodiles, Fish and Other Marine Life, PLoS One (Journal, Oceans and Seas, Cadavers, Your-feed-science, Craig R


Beware Tyrannosaurus Rex Teenagers and Their Growth Spurts

Fossils that some scientists thought to be a separate species were likely adolescent Tyrannosaurus rexes, a new study says.
Tags: News, Research, Dinosaurs, Paleontology, Oklahoma State University, Holly, Bones, Woodward, Anatomy and physiology, Science Advances (Journal, Your-feed-science


Tonight in L.A.: Ariana Grande, Leaving Records Anniversary Party, the Joy Formidable, Adam Lambert, Us the Duo, Common Holly, Emarosa, Taleen Kali, Ezra Furman, Soulection, Sloppy Jane, Scotty Boy, Bones, Tourist, Saosin, the Vandals

L.A. concerts for Saturday: ► Ariana Grande does the first of two nights at the Forum as part of her Sweetener World Tour, with Social House supporting. ► Welsh trio the Joy Formidable are closing out a year in which they celebrate the 10-year anniversary of their debut “A Balloon Called Moaning” with a show at the Teragram Ballroom. Twen opens. ► Celebrating 10 years, the Leaving Records Anniversary Party brings Julia Holter, Dakim, Ana Roxanne, Sam Gendel & Sam Wilkes, Sudan Archives, Mndsgn a...
Tags: Music, Kentucky, Los Angeles, Ariana Grande, Preview, US The Duo, Alex, Tourist, Adam Lambert, Supremes, Holly, Molly Malone, Catalina Club, Bones, Largo, Observatory


Boku no Hero Academia Already Incredibly Bloody

A mere two episodes into Boku no Hero Academia‘s fourth season and appalling atrocities have already occurred, resulting in not only a bloody death but a dismembering as well – the episode concluding on a lewd tickling scene to perhaps lighten the mood. Omake:
Tags: Comedy, Drama, Anime, Blood, Fetish, Bones, Image Gallery, Hero Academia, Tickling


Hikers Find Mystery Skeleton on Remote Mountain in California

The remnants of shoes and a belt found with the bones may offer investigators useful clues.
Tags: News, California, Mountaineering, Genealogy, Bones, Skeletons, Hikes and Hiking, DNA (Deoxyribonucleic Acid, Skull (Body Part, Mount Williamson, Brandon Follin, Tyler Hofer, Inyo County Sheriffs Office