"Come on, Marvel, how dare you try to use a provocative image to get attention (something that we, io9, would never do)? We are appalled that you would ever print the disgraceful picture that we have reprinted here. What sort of company would use nudity to grab attention and entice readers? Click through to see the full, uncropped version of shameful, shameful picture."
There’s an online tool called Anaface, which allows you to put in a picture of any face and - with the help of some carefully-designed analysis tools - judge the beauty of said face via scientific measurement. Now, we can finally and definitively rank the facial beauty of 10 different videogame characters.
The original theme song to Attack on Titan (check it out here) is pretty much perfect - and, best of all, it’s adaptable enough that it goes with pretty much ANYTHING - and makes everything 100x more epic.
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