Every now and again, I drop a fiver on some powerball tickets. Not because I expect to win, but because the daydreams I have about winning are worth five bucks to me. I used to daydream about spending huge chunks of that money in Las Vegas. Now I just daydream about setting up college funds for the nephews and spending my days sitting quietly.
I have books that I don’t have time to read, movies (let alone box sets!) that I don’t have time to watch, and video games that I don’t have time to play.
In the same way that buying a lottery ticket is license to daydream more effectively about winning the lottery, I think that buying a book, or movie, or video game is license to daydream about having enough time to sit quietly for a spell.
It is with that in mind that I tell you that, behind the cut, we will have a handful of the various interviews with bat-villains from the upcoming Arkham City. Man, I can’t wait!