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Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice 2016

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Fearing the actions of a god-like Super Hero left unchecked, Gotham City own formidable, forceful vigilante takes on Metropolis most revered, modern-day savior, while the world wrestles with what sort of hero it really needs. And with Batman and Superman at war with one another, a new threat quickly arises, putting mankind in greater danger than it ever known before.

percy-james asked:

First I wanted to thank you for this wonderful blog. I has helped me a lot and your advice is really valuable. Now, I read what you said about including names of other franchises in your story; do you think it would be okay if I name a city in my story ‘Megalovania’? I just thought it’d be a fitting name for a metropolis, but maybe the Undertale reference would be a little too obvious?


I’m not familiar with Undertale, but I see that “Megalovania” is a title on the soundtrack. Although names cannot be copyrighted, including names of songs, when it comes to made up words that belong to a particular franchise, you do have to be careful. If the creators of Undertale made up the word megalovania (it looks like they did), and if it is specific to the world of Undertale, or if the word appears as a lyric in the song, you could potentially get into trouble for using it. A copyright attorney would be able to advise you better.

What you may consider doing is using “Megalovania” as an inspiration for another word, like “Metrolovania” or “Megalovopolis.” That way, the reference is there but a little less obvious, and probably not in a way that could get you into any trouble. :)

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It just occurred to me, could there be intentional parallels between the tornado that killed Pa and the world engine? I’m just thinking visually about how the main physical threat in both of these events is how the tornado/world engine just pick up objects all around and throw them back down, and how people are running trying to find any place to hide.

So now the difference in how Pa wouldn’t let Clark do anything compared to Clark doing everything he can and fighting against the force of nature to save metropolis is really beautiful to think about. And then at the very end of the world engine scene, the sun finally comes out after the storm. 

aspetrenchbatman  asked:

What annoys me about this comparison of supes is that it makes no sense. CW's Superman is one whose been saving the world for years now and has begun to be loved by everyone based on the many years he's been around. One of the reasons why Supergirl was accepted so easily. Meanwhile, DCEU Superman is one whose only been supes for a few years and his first appearance to the world was a battle that destroyed Metropolis, which is why some hated him like...Thy're two different iterations.

I mean of course WE understand that but let’s be honest they don’t care about the extra details or backstory for either. They just see that Tyler’s is the polar opposite of Henry’s and that he smiles and they accept that better.

💕Todays outfit💕
Going to play MTG at Metropolis again! Haven’t been there for one month! Been super busy! So really looking forward to playing it again 💕

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OWL CITY REALLY REMINDS ME OF WHEN I FIRST GOT INTO ASTRO BOY IN LIKE 2013 

ESPECIALLY THE SONG I LEFT MY HEART IN METROPOLIS AND WOLF BITE

I LEFT MY HEART IN METROPOLIS,,,MOSTLY BECAUSE IT REMINDS ME OF THE MOVIE METROPOLIS BUT THAT ISNT ASTRO BOY SO ANYWAY

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The original premiere cut of Metropolis eventually disappeared, and a quarter of the original film was long believed to be lost forever. However on July 1st 2008, film experts in Berlin announced that a 16 mm reduction negative of the original cut of the film had been discovered in the archives of the Museo del Cine in Buenos Aires, Argentina. Along with additional footage found in New Zealand, a long restoration process began. The fully restored film was finally shown on large screens in Berlin and Frankfurt simultaneously on February 12th 2010