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Around The World In 80 Days: Timor Leste

Sunset Timor Leste
Photo Credit: (Geoff Clark)
Photo Credit: (Pieters Bros)
Ataúro, Timor-Leste
Photo Credit: (João Galamba de Oliveira)

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David Bowie on the cover of the October 2016 issue of Uncut Magazine, and an article on Bowie’s previously unreleased album The Gouster, which is a spiritual predecessor of his 1975 album Young Americans; includes anecdotes from Tony Visconti, Carlos Alomar, and Ava Cherry.

I’d rather good people trust me than bad people fear me.                                    - Clark Kent/Superman

Writer: Geoff Johns

Artist: Ivan Reis

Colours: Rod Reis

I’ll be honest and say that I didn’t like the vast majority of The New 52 Superman but this is a pretty good summary of what makes Superman special.

can we…. talk about this…. please…. like mr oz is literally sayng “i taught you that” and i might not be the most well versed in superman lore but there are very few people it can be especially re: nu52 stuff so like…. is it jonathan kent is it clark’s father is he not dead and if its not how does this guy know clark = superman like the way its worded makes me think they’ve either known each other for a very long time or mr oz has been watching for a very long time so is it ozymandias is it jonathan is it someone else and also WHY AREN’T PEOPLE TALKKING ABOUT THIS AND/OR DID THEY AND I MISSED IT EITHER WAY…..PLEASE FILL ME IN FAM.


This made my day

Everyone’s like, ‘He’s so powerful, I can’t relate to him.’ Are you kidding me? He’s the most relatable character ever. He grew up on a farm, he doesn’t have a lot of friends, feels isolated, he can’t tell everybody what his secrets are. He’s a great character. He feels overlooked — who hasn’t felt overlooked, or wanted to connect with people? All social media is, is people wanting to connect with other people. That’s all it is. Because people long to connect with other people. And Superman is the embodiment of that. He’s more relevant now than ever.
—  Geoff Johns on Superman