Jun. 24th, 2016
In a move I don't I've seen in close to twenty years, they actually put out an official music video for a soundtrack song for the Suicide Squad movie. Not much new footage, but thought I'd share it here nevertheless.
Edited to link for the actual video:
"Thanos at this point has come to the realization that he is insane. He's working on a whole different level of reality than anyone else, other than perhaps Warlock. Warlock is also out of the norm. Death doesn't have a real heavy sway on either one of them. They tend to be cast as players in cosmic dramas that are way beyond their plane of existence. Both have learnt to expect the unexpected, to try and let as little damage be done by what we're doing as possible. That's not always a consideration for Thanos, but certainly for Warlock. This is a story of undefined obsession, mostly on Thanos' part." - Jim Starlin
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Art-wise, there is- the first part's not drawn by the regular team.
The division between it and the second feels natural; they're two wholes that make one.
The first opened with a title page like a pre-opening credits scene.
( It's a neatly compressed scene. )