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Linkszomania for June 30, 2010
Every Wednesday, I’m going to take you on a whirlwind adventure of 13 links chronicling the news throughout the geek world I inhabit. Whether it’s movies, music, art, politics, gadgets, science, sports, grammar, or superheroes… nothing’s out of bounds and everything’s interesting.
Based on a recent study by a psychology student at Harvard, physical strength is not linked to whether you choose to do good or evil but merely that you choose one of those two moral paths and fully commit to it. I suppose that conclusion syncs up with longstanding comic book logic – there has never really been any gray area between “superheroes” and “supervillains”.
Though this guy totally could have been a terrorist and that is nothing to laugh about, it is nice that ABC News and law enforcement both immediately went to the same “is this the real-life Jason Bourne?” place that my mind did. (Spoiler alert: upon further review, this guy’s really not all that similar to Jason Bourne. Bourne would not be stupid enough to hide at his girlfriend’s apartment less than a mile from the place where he evaded capture nor did Bourne ever get convicted of dealing drugs in the 1990s.)
Summer is a good time to re-evaluate your daily Internet routine and figure out which new blogs belong in your rotation and which formerly relevant sites may need to be shown the door; rather fittingly, Time magazine has listed the best blogs of the year.
The 700th issue of Batman was released earlier this month and Chris Sims at Comics Alliance has decided to compile a list of what he considers the 18 Best Batman Panels Ever. And yes, they are all as cool as you would expect.
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