Zack Snyder Tweeted An Image Of Gotham Police Arresting A Stormtrooper Next To The Batmobile

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If my instincts are correct, J.J. Abrams should tweet out an image of Darth Vader tea-bagging Robin at some point over the weekend.

Originally posted on UPROXX:

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In what I can only assume is a SHOTS FIRED moment in the unspoken ongoing competition between Batman V. Superman and Star Wars: Episode VII to see who can create more trending topics by teasing photos on Twitter, Zack Snyder shared the below just a few hours ago. I’m not sure exactly what’s going on, but there’s GCPD and more Batmobile, so that’s something.

If my instincts are correct, J.J. Abrams should tweet out an image of Darth Vader tea-bagging Robin at some point over the weekend.

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19 Struggles Of Having An Outgoing Personality But Actually Being Introverted

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This is me.

Originally posted on Introversion Effect:

Like many categorizing systems, the separatist thinking behind them attempts to firmly place us in one container or another.  The flaw in these types of systems is that they don’t always take into account the middle areas of the spectrum.  And any system is just that: a spectrum.  I’ve long stated with unequivocal certainty that I’m introverted.  My friends, however, look at me askance, because I’m actually very fun-loving and outgoing when I need to be.  So on that introvert/extravert spectrum, I fall somewhere to the introverted side, but exhibit limited extroverted tendencies.  Here is an article found online that I have updated to reflect this spectrumized system.

1. You’re not anti-social, you’re selectively social.

2. At any given point, you have one (maybe two) best friends who are your entire life. You’re not a “group of friends” person. You can’t keep up with all that.

3. Social gatherings…

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The Multiversity #1

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The Multiversity #1

This is the kind of comic book fun, and Multiverse-spanning insanity that makes me love the DCU. This book was like a Crisis-esque romp through the multiple Earths of the DCU and it was ridiculously exciting. And, the not-so-subtle nod to Earth 8 being the Marvel Universe was hilarious! I feel like, this is Morrison at the top of his game! I am all strapped in and ready for the ride!

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Review: “Absolute Final Crisis”

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Brilliant review!

Originally posted on Comics Authority:

A hero has to do what a hero has to do.

A hero has to do what a hero has to do.

“Final Crisis” is a polarizing tale to put it quite mildly. Following in the footsteps of DC Comics’ other crises (events such as “Crisis on Infinite Earths”, “Infinite Crisis”, “Identity Crisis”, and possibly even “Zero Hour”), this opus written by Grant Morrison is in a crisis “class” all its own. Like the previous crises, it expects the reader have some knowledge of the DC Universe. However, it can be enjoyed thoroughly without causing too much confusion. “Final Crisis” can still bring the reader great joy and enlightenment because it expresses the power of storytelling and superheroes. Certain details and characters may be unknown to a specific reader, yet additional fun is promised if one delves into the history of the DC Universe through the Internet, other books, and (most importantly) interaction with one another. Like all great books, it fosters debate and discussion. Despite and because of…

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The Giver

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First, let me say that I really enjoyed The Giver movie. It was heartwarming, exciting, and visually beautiful. Really the whole movie hinged on Brenton Thwaites’ performance as Jonas. His display of wonder and amazement as well as disgust and horror when receiving the memories for the first time was brilliant. There may have been a few times it fell a little short, but overall it was a beautiful movie. I also really enjoyed Odeya Rush’s portrayal of Fiona. The more in depth look into her and Jonas’ relationship was done really well and made perfect sense. The emotional pay-off at the end of the movie was even more satisfying than the book honestly. The crescendo of feelings and emotions was almost overwhelming. If you don’t have tears in your eyes at the ending than perhaps you’re a robot.

Dawn of The Planet of The Apes

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This is what all summer blockbusters should aspire to be. The effects with the Apes was nothing short of miraculous. The depth of emotion in Cesar’s eyes was just beautiful. Andy Serkis should win every award possible for his performance. The storyline was exciting, action-packed and a lot of fun. All in all, it was a story of family and home, and what humans and Apes will do to protect both. I can’t wait for the next one!