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  1. I saw Moonrise Kingdom, Wes Anderson's latest. It's really enjoyable. Very quirky, in his unpretentious way. Recommend - one of those ones that'll put a smile on your smile/make you happy, even if it's just deep in your heart of stone.


    Watched half of Mirror, Mirror at the behest of my boyfriend, and fell asleep. I hate shite things. The costuming was interesting, but I bet it looked better on paper.

  2. I'd quite like if the DC movies stayed independant of one another. Marvel heroes (IMO) work better as a 'cross-over' thing - their universe always felt much more like a singular thing to me. DC was always a bit more disparate. And the Avengers as a team feel like they make more sense in coming together than Justice League (if thinking logically about it).


    Obviously I'm a DC fan, but I'd prefer to see some GOOD stand-alone series.

  3. I feel like DC should hurry up and make more movies rather than try (again) to conquer TV. Smallville was very successful, and I can see the logic in wanting to control TV while Marvel controls movies, but really...this show isn't exactly inspiring. It seems to be the same story/plot as Batman Begins (effectively).

  4. Months ago, when I had dyed strawberry blonde hair, and was but an ordinary person trying to hide their developing mutant power to manipulate the dormant cosmic energy in the atmosphere. *



    I was discovered by Emma Frost and her Hellions, who gave me training enough to truly understand my abilities, to no longer be afraid of them. It was during a potentially disastrous mission that I first formed a force-field, the concentration and power required changing my hair pink and pupils golden. With me is teammate Karatina. She emits paralyzing shocks from her hands when they strike with enough speed.



    Only a few adventures later would it all change: when fighting Astral Ananconda, our similar cosmic energy abilities seemed to short-circuit each others, and caused a sort of mini black hole to open in the middle of the city - both of us suddenly powerless to contain it! Hoping for the best and putting out differences aside, we leapt into the hole. When the dust settled, we'd managed to somehow swap power. Astral Anaconda had my abilities while I had her power to bend and stretch reality within the immediate vicinity of my body. Note our hair colours swapped! She left her deviant ways and joined the team in order to learn how to use her knew-found powers. The power-swap also gave me Madonna-arms.



    I feel great nowadays. My new powers allow me to distort/control my body/my movements any way I see fit. I can leap tall buildings, levitate, climb with my bare hands, wrap my arms and legs around, stretching until snake-like.



    * With the appropriate training and expertise, this power could potentially allow me to not only form streams of concussive or radioactive force in the air for offensive reasons, but possibly also create force field-like constructs. At this point all I could achieve was a mild force blast within a short distance of my target.


  5. I can see Enchantress being done, along with maybe a few other antagonists like Executioner (her partner anyway). They could either do something like Wrecking Crew in addition or maybe even establish the first Masters of Evil in some way. That could actually be quite stunning.



    Oh, and Valkyrie could be so necessary.


  6. Wonder Woman in Batwoman?




    Also this is pretty nomalicious.




    Jae Lee's covers are like sculptures, really gorgeous. Check out his Wolverine covers rom last year/2010/whenever. They read like a series, like an artist in a gallery would make. A lot of variation within conformity.


    I *acquired* all of New Avengers (the mid-00's series) today, which I never read but felt like I should. So I will.

  7. Random )-=


    I kinda fancy Vince Kidd off The Voice.


    He has that sliver of edge/punkemo/hipsterylondon that I like in small doses, without being really skinny or annoying to look at. His style is what mine would be if I could be bothered/could pull it off. And he looks the right side of raging homosexual.


    And he looks slightly stupid, with what I call evil eyes. Those eyes always spell trouble. Snake eyes. I like his voice/performances too.


    Felt like I should post this as I never fancy/find anyone on TV attractive beyond the neutral/objective 'they're good-looking'.

  8. I can imagine her crying writing We Found Love or Where Have You Been, since they clearly written from some place of heart. In particular, Man Down is actually a really well-written song: "Lord have mercy, judge please give me minimal."


    * (Calvin Harris wrote and produced We Found Love all alone.) *

  9. So great.


    I never expected it to be that successul a film. Unf. My friend and I were lying on the floor after the mid-credits scene. Dying.


    Fuck what you think all h8rs of this film, it was excellent conceived, the perfect result of all the build-up. The Thor film feels so "..." in comparison, like it's now so obvious how they struggled to make an interesting film out of his story (which they did, but not overly), and Natalie Portman's prescence in anything now just annoys me. (Except Garden State)


    Thor was too silly/random/hodge-podge/obviously made so they didn't have to explain him in Avengers. Or it feels that way now. It's fine and enjoyable but nothing on this.







    I need a cosmic hero introduced. But someone relevant. I need Ms. Marvel. Maybe too awkward to introduce...they could just have a few joke new members in Avengers 2, and you are forced to assume they were found and assimilated.


    I'd love Quicksilver and Scarlet Witch (heavily based on their Ultimate universe versions). Adds more superpower to the team/could have hints of mutant persecution. Are these films allowed to even mention mutants though? Does Fox have the rights to that end of things entirely?