Where we're going we don't need...sequels?
And they learned all about selfies, cronuts, and, um...Grindr.
Comment ça on a un jour de retard?!
Great Scott! Its been 26 years since Marty McFly, Jennifer, and Doc traveled in the DeLorean to 2015.
And there might just be some BIG news on the self-lacing trainer front...
"You mean we're in the future?" Eh. Not exactly.
Great Scott, he's had one memorable career.
Great Scott it's good they cut that.
What 2015 looked like in 1988, by designer Edward Eyth.
Think you really know Back to the Future Part I? Prove it!
Take the quiz and test your knowledge. See if you’re still worthy of a ride in the DeLorean.
The latest Epic Rap Battle might be the geekiest yet. Clearly, the Doctor wins.
Lovingly crafted by YouTuber techsavvyed on Adobe Premiere, as part of a project to start turning modern classics into silent-era films following the success of "The Artist." BTTF was a pretty fantastic choice.
Must buy immediately... This marries two of the greatest pieces of nerd culture ever.
Remember the viral campaign ad whereDoc Brown and the DeLoreann showed up in Buenos Aires? Well, here's the second half. Thoughts?
Whoa, this is heavy. "Back to the Future" co-creator Bob Gale tells Mental Floss the heretofore unspoken bond that unites the characters of Michael J. Fox and Christopher Lloyd. Get your mind out of the gutter. There's no slash fiction involved.
A wonderful series of "what if" funny book covers by Comics Alliance. There is no amount of money I wouldn't pay to see "The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen America: 1988." Much more over at Comics Alliance.
Rich Pellegrino made these two awesome portraits of history's greatest time travelers.
Bad things happen when you mix up Prop 8 and Prop 6. Starring Harvey Milk and Doc Brown.