Also reports are coming in of the mid credit scene as well: MoviePilot
The film does however feature a mid-credits scene, which is after the cast credits and before the roll credits (which go for about 10 minutes). According to an IMDb poster on the Age of Ultron Message Board, the mid-credits scene goes like this:
“The mid credit scene shows a dark scene, the point of view from inside a container. As it opens up, you see Thanos reach in and pull out the Infinity Gauntlet! It doesn’t have any gems on it yet. But he does say: “I guess i’ll have to do it myself” as he puts it on. I’m guessing this is a reference to Loki or The Collector or Ronan or someone failing to get him the gems…”
The WordPress.com stats helper monkeys prepared a 2013 annual report for this blog.
Here’s an excerpt:
The Louvre Museum has 8.5 million visitors per year. This blog was viewed about 75,000 times in 2013. If it were an exhibit at the Louvre Museum, it would take about 3 days for that many people to see it.
The following is a contributed video by Speedyard AKA ShotgunButterfly9. He delves into whether you should pick up the title Receiver. Be sure to check out more of his videos on YouTube.
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Taken from the video description:
Receiver’s “high detail gun mechanics” is one of the most original and compelling ideas I’ve seen in a game. The game requires you to master them and to exercise a degree of vigilance, planning, forethought, and awareness of your environment that most games, especially shooters, never demand from you, and learning to do so is wonderfully fulfilling.
It has that glorious sensation you always get when you find a genuinely challenging game where the path to mastery is clearly laid out, truly demanding, and satisfying to accomplish.
Every good nerd knows that exhilarating feeling you get when you start or complete a collection. It’s a sense of accomplishment and the journey can be heartbreaking, rewarding, and more times than not; very, very frustrating.
About three weeks ago, a local bookshop owner in my town of Columbia, TN asked me if I had seen the brand new pieces of comic art in the loft of his shop, ‘The Old Curiosity Bookshop.’ I regularly visit the loft because that’s where the traditional ‘geek media’ or fantasy, sci-fi, and comics are kept, but I had not viewed the pieces of art he was so proudly beaming about. That’s where I encountered the ‘Silver Buffalo’ for the first time.