As any 5-year-old with a bedroom ceiling full of star and planet stickers will tell you, there's something really cool about things that glow in the dark. At that age, we all had something in our bedrooms that, once mom turned the lights out, would come alive with an eerie luminescence. Often, a toy's ability to glow in the dark was the one thing keeping it from the trash can when I had to clean my room. Post-Halloween spider rings would sit unnoticed in a pile of other useless trinkets on my dresser until, with the flick of a switch, they were magically transformed into my personal sentinels, defending me against a myriad of unknown evils that might otherwise inflict great harm upon me. And most nights, my consciousness faded long before the comforting... More >>>