break city

“it’s love- yeah all they’re looking for is love, from someone else…” - la la land, 2016

Bruce Wayne is on his death bed and Gotham is crime-free. Just as he’s about to die in peace, hell breaks loose and the city is in chaos. He dies but swears to do something about it from the afterlife.

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Nina wished Colm Fahey could march over to Jan Van Eck’s office and tell him to give Inej back or get a mouth full of knuckles. She wished someone in this city would help them, that they weren’t so alone. She wished Jesper’s father could take them all with him. She’s never been to Novyi Zem, but the longing for those golden fields felt just like homesickness.

do u ever think about how the writers of avatar foreshadowed zuko’s decision to side with azula at the end of season 2 way back at the beginning of the same season when he was dreaming about the two dragons?

one had the voice of azula and the other iroh - both arguing for his soul. in the dream he chooses azula and the world he sits in falls apart, then in the crystal catacombs of the earth palace he chooses azula again and everything that he worked for in that city breaks apart from underneath him

do you ever think about that?

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'The Flash'-'Supergirl' Musical Crossover Villain Revealed

Ever since it was announced that The Flash and Supergirl would be crossing over for a musical episode, fans have been eagerly awaiting to find out the reason why. Which villain could make the heroes of Central City and National City break into song?! Now, we have our answer:

“It is going to be the Music Meister,” executive producer Greg Berlanti told reporters while promoting his upcoming drama Riverdale at the Television Critics Association’s press tour on Sunday. “We’re finishing writing the script this weekend.”

A villain with the power to control people through song, The Music Meister was famously brought to life in the animated series Batman: The Brave and the Bold. In the episode “Mayhem of the Music Meister,” Neil Patrick Harris voiced the villain. Could he reprise that role in real life for the crossover? “We haven’t gone about casting it yet,” Berlanti says. “But it’s the right question, though.”

Practically the entire cast of The Flash has musical talents, including Grant Gustin and Jesse L. Martin, as well as the Supergirl cast, including Melissa Benoist and Jeremy Jordan. “There are going to be people from both shows singing,” executive producer Andrew Kreisberg says, noting that the musical crossover will start on Supergirl and resolve on The Flash.

“When we get to the musical episode, both Barry and Kara will find themselves as pivotal crossroads on their respective series,” Kreisberg says. “The experience of going through the musical will have great impact on both series moving forward.”

In terms of the music, it’s unclear whether it will be original songs or covers. “We’re still working that out right now,” Kreisberg says. “We’re still writing the script and trying to figure out exactly what we’re going to do.”

Supergirl returns Monday, Jan. 23 at 8 p.m. ET, while The Flash returns Tuesday, Jan. 24 at 8 p.m. ET on The CW.

bagelsandheists  asked:

Have you read "A Burglar's Guide to the City" by Geoff Manaugh? All about modern thievery and burglarly. Seems right up your alley

Oh, that looks fabulous, thanks!

Blurb:

At the core of A Burglar’s Guide to the City is an unexpected and thrilling insight: how any building transforms when seen through the eyes of someone hoping to break into it.

Encompassing nearly 2,000 years of heists and break-ins, the book draws on the expertise of reformed bank robbers, FBI Special Agents, private security consultants, the L.A.P.D. Air Support Division, and architects past and present.

Whether picking locks or climbing the walls of high-rise apartments, finding gaps in a museum’s surveillance routine or discussing home invasions in ancient Rome, A Burglar’s Guide to the City ensures readers will never enter a bank again without imagining how to loot the vault or walk down the street without planning the perfect getaway.

The Flash-Supergirl musical crossover villain revealed

Ever since it was announced that The Flash and Supergirl would be crossing over for a musical episode, fans have been eagerly awaiting to find out the reason why. Which villain could make the heroes of Central City and National City break into song?! Now, we have our answer:
“It is going to be the Music Meister,” executive producer Greg Berlanti told reporters while promoting his upcoming drama Riverdale at the Television Critics Association’s press tour on Sunday. “We’re finishing writing the script this weekend.”
A villain with the power to control people through song, The Music Meister was famously brought to life in the animated series Batman: The Brave and the Bold. In the episode “Mayhem of the Music Meister,” Neil Patrick Harris voiced the villain. Could he reprise that role in real life for the crossover? “We haven’t gone about casting it yet,” Berlanti says. “But it’s the right question, though.”
Practically the entire cast of The Flash has musical talents, including Grant Gustin and Jesse L. Martin, as well as the Supergirl cast, including Melissa Benoist and Jeremy Jordan.
“Some of you may know my own personal love of musicals and actors who have been in them, and we have a number of people who can sing across all the shows who will be making some very exciting appearances in the back half of the year,” Berlanti previously said when the musical crossover was announced.
Supergirl returns Monday, Jan. 23 at 8 p.m. ET, while The Flash returns Tuesday, Jan. 24 at 8 p.m. ET on The CW.