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The Dark Knight Rises – Animated GIFs

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Christopher Nolan’s Dark Knight trilogy comes to an epic conclusion this Friday, July 20th with the The Dark Knight Rises. Here are some animated GIFs from the movie to help you get ready for the excitement!

The Post-it Hulk Pictures

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In anticipation of The Avengers being released tomorrow, we thought we’d use some office supplies to pay tribute to one of Marvel’s greatest superheroes and one of the biggest (at least physically) stars of the film: the Hulk. Tomorrow, we’ll post the blueprints to make The Hulk as well as all of the other Avengers.

Hope you enjoy these as much as we enjoyed making them!
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Comics: The New 52 – First Impressions

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Last night, I read Flashpoint #5 to prepare me for the transition to the new 52’s first release Justice League #1. Flashpoint #5 provided a plausible explanation for the reboot (plausible by comic book standards, anyway) that was actually, despite my limited comic book background, really interesting and engaging. In so many words, the Flash – arguably DC’s most powerful superhero – resets the entire timeline of the DC universe and we are dropped into the reboot of the new 52.
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Comics: The New 52 – DC’s Ambitious Reboot

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Reboots are becoming a frequent occurrence in franchises. This year in the film industry we’ve seen the success of Rise of the Planet of the Apes and we have The Amazing Spiderman to look forward to next year. However, one of the biggest reboots of all time is actually beginning today with DC’s new 52, transitioning from the end of summer story arc Flashpoint #5 to the new Justice League #1. Every single DC character is getting rebooted, starting at issue #1. For a character as storied as Superman, whose comics number in the 700s, this is a pretty big deal.
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