Zachary Quinto CAN BE BATMAN….SRSLY. LIKE LOOK AT HOW BATMAN LOOKS IN THIS COMIC!
ooc; I’m preeeeeetty sure that’s Talia and Jason Todd, not Bruce Wayne.
I DONT READ BATMAN but I’m sure any Batman/Talia rpers can verify this.
[ Staring at with a completely blank expression. ]
*Stares back at like a gigantic freaking cat because that’s what cats do.*
*Sinestro sometimes wonders why he hangs out with this Earthling, after all it’s not like it’s an unusual thing to meet your ‘double’ in his reality? Maybe it’s because such a thing is rare for him compared to the others. Or maybe it’s because he’s had a rather…awfully life like he has and the fact that the look so similar strengthens whatever connection this is. Granted from what he’s gathered by poking around, Sylar is a supernatural serial killer while Sinestro is more on par with intergalactic war. That’s quite a jump in terms of criminal record, then again, their power levels are very different. He’s about to ask just what exactly those temptations are before a dinner plate is dropped in front of him.
Glancing down at the…food he wonders just what exactly is in it. It looks like something that would kill him actually, looking back up at Sylar the man is already scarfing his food down. Eurgh, Earthlings.*
*Poking at his food with his fork he decides to ask anyway,* temptations?
[ Half way finishing his plate, Sylar looks up noticing Sinestro’s quick dampening appetite or more accurately, lack thereof. Sylar stares at him, a full-fledged judgmental expression on his face mixed with hurt. Why, Sinestro are you rejecting the fruits of Sylar’s arduous job? ]
Is it cold? I can heat it up for you.
[ Yes. Sylar has settled on the least likely in the sheet of reasons as to why you—an alien that for all Sylar knows could eat babies, wouldn’t like Mexican food. Because obviously it is delicious and everyone in the universe loves it.
Sylar’s eyes flicker down at the question and suddenly there is something very interesting in his half eaten chulaquiles because his eyes are glued to the plate. ]
I have this kind of addiction, you could say. It is a hunger for a knowledge that forced me to do unspeakable things in the past.
[ He picks his fork, being oh so casual about it and resumes eating. ]
I am getting better at controlling it, though.
Sinestro shakes his head at the question, “no…I do not know I have never had this…meal…before so I cannot say if it is too cold or not,” picking up his fork he begins to eat it. Considering he is a guest here it is rude to not eat food when it is presented. The taste is actually surprisingly strong to him, then again with his senses being much sharper to a humans most food tastes fairly strong to him.
He notes the sudden shift in gaze at the question, clearly there is a history to it and Sylar’s short answer to it only reinforces that. It does peak his curiosity though, what does he mean by hunger? What knowledge? The Korugarian is well aware of some if Sylar’s past…actions and they clearly are tied to this. How though? And in that moment, despite the alien only formerly being an archaeologist the more…scientific side of him returns for a bit.
"You cut their heads open for…knowledge? I did some research," he tacks on with a wave of his hand since Sylar may or may not be surprised that he knows such a thing.
The lantern is also aware that whatever this knowledge may be…it must be a thing that is rare to find. Like a Green Lantern or just an alien in general. He doesn’t call the man out though, not yet at least, well that’s what he tells himself anyway.
"I am, though it seems the secretary let me in anyway."
He stands by the door, chances are he’ll probably be kicked out so there’s no point in taking a seat. In any case, if there is one thing he doesn’t mind it’s that he hasn’t been getting stares from people. I hates disguising himself out of sheet pride but at the same time, likes the anonymity.
"They can’t all be at the same level of competence as me, name?" Donna asked, because it wouldn’t be the first time someone wanted to pass in for someone else. Though it didn’t happen often at all, still, the man was early.
"And you are here for what purpose?"
"I suppose not," he pauses for a moment, thinking of how he should form his words. "I’m here for…information of sorts. How does the government deal with illegal aliens? And when I say aliens I mean literally: non-humans."
What do you want?
I do not recall stating that I was in need of anything.
Then what are you doing here? This is nor Jordan’s home- either of them.
"Yes, yes, yes, I know," he responds waving the younger lantern off. Sinestro stands there moment, lips curl into almost a snarl as he tilts his head back to smell and hear for anyone else in this home. After a few moments he glances at Kyle, "no one is here. Now let us look for the bedroom."
Kyle relaxes a little visibly at that info and creeps about, looking for the room. Being stuck here hadn’t been so bad, even if Sinestro wasn’t the best company.
"I think it’s back this way, Sinestro."
Moving passed Kyle he stalks into the….room, if it could be called that. If anything it looks like a larger closet to the alien but the small dresser and bed says otherwise. Easily moving in the dark he makes his way to the dresser to pull out what clothes there may be.
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Leiden researchers robbed of Syrian artifacts
Archaeological finds collected over 25 years by Leiden University researchers in Syria may have been plundered, the University announces.
Between dozens and hundreds of boxes of artifacts were taken in “a dramatic development for 25 years of Leiden research”, says Peter Akkermans, Professor of Near Eastern Archaeology.
The archaeological team has been busy with excavations on the Syrian site Tell Sabi Abyad since 1986. Their finds were stored in depots were stored in provincial capital Raqqa, in the North of Syria. Due to tensions during the civil war in the region, their research activities had to be abandoned in 2011.
Artifacts found in the archeological dig included 6000-year-old pottery, art objects as well as animal and human remains. Read more.