Dan Hipp has done it again! We already loved how Inside Out personified our emotions, but there’s also something really fun about seeing familiar characters inserted into those roles. Here—that is, inside Batman’s tortured mind—you have Harley Quinn as Joy (because of course), Scarecrow as Fear, Poison Ivy as Disgust, Two-Face as Anger, and Mr. Freeze as Sadness. We would watch this rogues gallery sift through Bruce Wayne’s memories for ages.
Afternoon Roundup helps you take the most advantage of Leap Second 2015, tries not to cry hearing Adam Nimoy talk about For the Love of Spock, and then loses it over the most heartbreaking sentences in fantasy.
- Paul Feig shows us the new Ghostbuster costumes and proton packs (with a cheeky little addition)!
- What will you do with your extra second today?
- Nimona, Nova, and The Traitor Baru Cormorant all get some love in BookRiot’s latest must-read roundup.
- Robert Zemeckis is staunchly against a Back to the Future remake, but somehow a Lucy sequel is in the works.
- Why we needed a documentary not just about Spock, but also about Leonard Nimoy.
- Kelly Sue DeConnick talks with AfterEllen about same-sex storylines in Bitch Planet.
- Check out Joseph Gordon-Levitt’s new superhero series Sidekicks!
- “He thought, or said, or sang, I did not know that I was so empty, to be so full.”
- This trippy fan-made Doctor Strange credits sequence matches the mood we hope the movie is: