If you’ve been following my blog, you may have noticed that I’m quite a DC girl.
However, I don’t know about you, but I’m getting sick of Batman and Superman movies. Don’t get me wrong, I love Batsy, but I’ve kind of had enough of him and Supes on the big screen.
So when I first heard of the upcoming Suicide Squad movie, I was intrigued, and everything I’ve read since then has made me more and more excited.
Forewarning: I have not seen all of ‘The Dark Knight’ yet, but I have seen multiple scenes. Also, these are just my opinions.
The many faces of the Joker.
I made a friend last year. Actually, I made multiple friends, but that’s beside the point.
This particular friend likes The Dark Knight trilogy, and that about all the exposure he’s had to Batman. (Until he met me and my friend, Lyke, of course.) What annoyed me most, though, is that he thought he knew everything about the Joker, when all he knew was Christopher Nolan’s version.
With my birthday party coming up this weekend, I’m thinking about Death Note a lot. So, each day this week, I’ll publish a new post inspired by my theme. Think I can do it?
I think it was the day after my last post that I was talking to a friend about Death Note, again. She asked the question: “Who would you rather date it they were real: L, Light, Near, Ryuk, or Mello?”
Thinking about it, I could find a reason why none of them would be good dating material.
As our conversation went on, we added more characters to the options, and I challenged myself to find a reason why I couldn’t date any of them, either. I was going to write a post about it then, but I thought it’d begin a Death Note overload.
But, oh well, here we go….
I’m planning on having a Death Note themed party this year, and as it approaches, I’m finding myself scrambling to plan. (Perhaps I can do another post in a couple of weeks about the results.) So, I was thinking about it a lot today, and feeding my obsession with memes and blog posts 🙂
I was also talking to a friend about it (who’s more obsessed than me), and we were playing a game of “what would you do”. Naturally, the first questions was “if you found a death note, having never heard of it before, what would you do with it?”