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There may not have been a lot of genre shows or films nominated at this year’s Golden Globes, but the ones that were are making a big impact—especially in the world of superhero films. Not only has Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse been nominated for Best Animated Film, but Black Panther is making cinematic history as the first superhero film ever nominated for Best Picture in the drama category.

Even in a year as bad as 2018, there are things that were good. Things that keep us going every day, and bring us joy and hope and prove that no matter how rough things get, there are still weird, wonderful pockets of pop culture that we can be appreciative of.

Scooby Doo is offering a bizarre follow up to a 30-year-old mystery. Get another brief snippet from Bumblebee. A new clip from The Good Place teases big things for Eleanor. Meet Caitlin’s dad in new pictures from the next episode of The Flash. Plus, a 4400 reboot could be in the works. To me, my spoilers!

The concept of a great beyond, whether heavenly or hellish, exists across so many fictional universes — be they part of belief systems or, more often than not in the realms of sci-fi and fantasy, actual planes of existence. To celebrate Death Week at Gizmodo, we gather up a few our of favourite afterlives.

The Good Place is a show that enjoys a good challenge. After all, it spent a whole episode dissecting The Trolley Problem — it doesn’t steer away from asking tough ethical questions.

As the series enters its third and bizarrely most “normal” season, it’s introducing what might be its biggest moral mystery yet. And we’re the ones who are supposed to solve it.

A feline-shaped comic book Easter egg could be in Captain Marvel. No, you haven’t seen the first look at the Sonic the Hedgehog movie’s Dr Robotnik. Titans promises a bloodthirsty Dick Grayson. Plus, new looks at First Man and The Grinch, and cryptic clues for The Good Place’s return. To me, my spoilers!

The winners of the 2018 Hugo Awards are here. It might have been the first year for Worldcon’s new rules, designed to curb voting slates that haunted previous years, but it didn’t change the actual results. That’s because, for the third year in a row, women dominated the awards — including another Best Novel win for N.K. Jemisin, making her the first author in Hugo’s history to win the award three times in a row.