33 Brilliant Collection of Batman Artworks *** ONLY FOR FUNS ***

Bruce Wayne, otherwise popularily known as Batman, is a fictional superhero character created by DC Comics. Unlike other superheroes, Batman does not possess any superpowers; he makes use of intellect, detective skills, science and technology, wealth, physical prowess, martial arts skills, an indomitable will, fear, and intimidation in his continuous war on crime. Bruce Wayne trains himself both physically and intellectually and dons a bat-themed costume in order to fight crime. He started fighting crime after having witnessed the murder of his parents as a child and swore revenge on criminals, an oath tempered with the greater ideal of justice. Originally referred to as “The Bat-Man” and still referred to at times as “The Batman”, he is additionally known as “The Caped Crusader”, “The Dark Knight”, and “The World’s Greatest Detective,” among other titles.

Come and check out our 33 Batman Collection of Brillian Artworks and be inspired as we take you to a cool glimpse of artists’ interpretation of this infamous character. Enjoy!!!

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Bruce Wayne, otherwise popularily known as Batman, is a fictional superhero character created by DC Comics. Unlike other superheroes, Batman does not possess any superpowers; he makes use of intellect, detective skills, science and technology, wealth, physical prowess, martial arts skills, an indomitable will, fear, and intimidation in his continuous war on crime. Bruce Wayne trains himself both physically and intellectually and dons a bat-themed costume in order to fight crime. He started fighting crime after having witnessed the murder of his parents as a child and swore revenge on criminals, an oath tempered with the greater ideal of justice. Originally referred to as “The Bat-Man” and still referred to at times as “The Batman”, he is additionally known as “The Caped Crusader”, “The Dark Knight”, and “The World’s Greatest Detective,” among other titles.

Come and check out our 33 Batman Collection of Brillian Artworks and be inspired as we take you to a cool glimpse of artists’ interpretation of this infamous character. Enjoy!!!

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Infographic of the Day: Inception Contest Runner-Up

A smart, complex entry from Adam Martin.

Last Sunday, the deadline ran out on our Inception Infographic Contest, wherein we tasked you guys with designing an infographic that illustrated the film’s complex twists, and its plots within plots.

We got some tremendous entries. Among the best were Luis Buenaventura’s epic attempt to represent exactly how much time passed in each layer of the movie–by creating a chart where each pixel represented one week of time; and Daniel Wang’s flowchart illustrating everything that happens to each individual character.

But the contest ultimately came down to two entries: The winner, which we’ll reveal tomorrow (it’s worth the wait!) and the runner-up, pictured here and created by Adam Martin: [Más…]

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Adam’s chart made it this far on the strength of some really interesting ideas about how to represent the movie’s plot devices, and for it’s sheer comprehensiveness–absolutely none of the movie’s subplots is left out, and what results is a fairly direct representation of the entire film.

A smart detail was Adam’s decision to represent the dreams within dreams of the movie as nested outlines of heads–kind of like a Russian nesting doll.


A smart, complex entry from Adam Martin.

Last Sunday, the deadline ran out on our Inception Infographic Contest, wherein we tasked you guys with designing an infographic that illustrated the film’s complex twists, and its plots within plots.

We got some tremendous entries. Among the best were Luis Buenaventura’s epic attempt to represent exactly how much time passed in each layer of the movie–by creating a chart where each pixel represented one week of time; and Daniel Wang’s flowchart illustrating everything that happens to each individual character.

But the contest ultimately came down to two entries: The winner, which we’ll reveal tomorrow (it’s worth the wait!) and the runner-up, pictured here and created by Adam Martin: Leer más “Infographic of the Day: Inception Contest Runner-Up”

Box Office: Inception Schmacks the Schmucks

Leonardo DiCaprio in Inception
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The dream goes on. Inception won the weekend box office at North American theaters, according to early studio estimates. Christopher Nolan’s labyrinthine thriller, starring Leonardo DiCaprio as the leader of a team that invades a man’s sleep patterns, earned $27.5 million in its third weekend. The film thus joins Avatar, Alice in Wonderland and Shrek Forever After — all movies whose protagonists fall or leap into alternative-reality dream worlds — in 2010’s three-time-winners’ club. Inception should cross the $200 domestic mark by Tuesday, and has already taken in $170 million abroad.


Leonardo DiCaprio in Inception

The dream goes on. Inception won the weekend box office at North American theaters, according to early studio estimates. Christopher Nolan‘s labyrinthine thriller, starring Leonardo DiCaprio as the leader of a team that invades a man’s sleep patterns, earned $27.5 million in its third weekend. The film thus joins Avatar, Alice in Wonderland and Shrek Forever After — all movies whose protagonists fall or leap into alternative-reality dream worlds — in 2010’s three-time-winners’ club. Inception should cross the $200 domestic mark by Tuesday, and has already taken in $170 million abroad. Leer más “Box Office: Inception Schmacks the Schmucks”

Top 10 Twitter Trends This Week [CHART]

Christopher Nolan’s sci-fi thriller Inception (staring the palpably handsome Leonardo DiCaprio) nabs the top of the Twitter talk chart for the second week in a row.

What else is up in the Twitterverse? Talk to Brazilians. Their tweets about football, celebrity gossip, and Sylvester Stallone’s off-handed comments at Comic-Con took home the lion’s share of the trends this week.

Check out the stats below for the full skinny, lovingly collected by our friends over at What The Trend. Because this is a topical list, hashtag memes and games have been omitted from the chart.

You can check past Twitter trends in our Top Twitter Topics section as well as read more about this past week’s trends on What The Trend.


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Twitter Chart ImageChristopher Nolan’s sci-fi thriller Inception (staring the palpably handsome Leonardo DiCaprio) nabs the top of the Twitter talk chart for the second week in a row.

What else is up in the Twitterverse? Talk to Brazilians. Their tweets about football, celebrity gossip, and Sylvester Stallone’s off-handed comments at Comic-Con took home the lion’s share of the trends this week.

Check out the stats below for the full skinny, lovingly collected by our friends over at What The Trend. Because this is a topical list, hashtag memes and games have been omitted from the chart.

You can check past Twitter trends in our Top Twitter Topics section as well as read more about this past week’s trends on What The Trend.


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With ‘Inception,’ did Warner Bros. sell more by giving away less?

You know those trailers that give away every detail, plot twist, emotional hook and big joke in the movie? You hate that, right? Then you were probably among the throngs of people who helped Inception deliver an amazing $60 million opening this weekend. A study from online ticket service Fandango, done before the movie’s release, found that 93 percent of planned Inception ticket buyers were “more intrigued” to see the sci-fi action flick because the plot had been kept under wraps. (The Warner Bros. marketing has been purposefully vague, and entertainment coverage hasn’t spilled any beans either.)


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You know those trailers that give away every detail, plot twist, emotional hook and big joke in the movie? You hate that, right? Then you were probably among the throngs of people who helped Inception deliver an amazing $60 million opening this weekend. A study from online ticket service Fandango, done before the movie’s release, found that 93 percent of planned Inception ticket buyers were “more intrigued” to see the sci-fi action flick because the plot had been kept under wraps. (The Warner Bros. marketing has been purposefully vague, and entertainment coverage hasn’t spilled any beans either.) Leer más “With ‘Inception,’ did Warner Bros. sell more by giving away less?”

It’s Time For Microsoft’s Second Inception

If you’ve watched television at all over the past two months, you’ve likely seen the trailer for Inception, the new film by Christopher Nolan. The trailer is great, and the film looks like it could be even better. In it, Leonardo DiCaprio plays Cobb, a special agent whose job it is to construct dreams in order to lure people inside and take their ideas — a tactic they call “inception”.

“An idea can transform the world and re-write all the rules. Which is why I have to steal it,” Cobb teases at one point in the trailer.

For whatever reason, the film and that premise got me thinking about Microsoft. More specifically, about some of the recent stories about yet more internal struggles at the company and the complete and utter failure of the Kin. It seems to me that Microsoft created one of these inceptions once in the 1980s. And it led to the company’s greatest success: Microsoft Windows. Now I think it’s time for a second inception.

Before I get into that, a bit of history.


If you’ve watched television at all over the past two months, you’ve likely seen the trailer for Inception, the new film by Christopher Nolan. The trailer is great, and the film looks like it could be even better. In it, Leonardo DiCaprio plays Cobb, a special agent whose job it is to construct dreams in order to lure people inside and take their ideas — a tactic they call “inception”.

An idea can transform the world and re-write all the rules. Which is why I have to steal it,” Cobb teases at one point in the trailer.

For whatever reason, the film and that premise got me thinking about Microsoft. More specifically, about some of the recent stories about yet more internal struggles at the company and the complete and utter failure of the Kin. It seems to me that Microsoft created one of these inceptions once in the 1980s. And it led to the company’s greatest success: Microsoft Windows. Now I think it’s time for a second inception.

Before I get into that, a bit of history. Leer más “It’s Time For Microsoft’s Second Inception”