Hi. My name is tehKOREANdude. And I think I went through some kind of breakthrough. I'm no longer sad about having read those spoilers. *applause* anyways, onto my real deal. I've been pretty disappointed about having read those spoilers. when rotf spoilers were coming out left and right, it had no impact on me, due to the shallowness of them and the story itself. however, when we got those amazon spoilers, i was kicking myself all over, as dotm had a legitimately interesting story, with a good twist to boot. that being said, i've been thinking of ways to overcome this sadness. see, in a world where those spoilers were not released, i probably would have ended up reading the comic anyways. However, reading the comic in its entirety would not have spoiled the movie for me. I would have read the story and read the twists in their entirety, in the scope and context of a good story telling medium. it's be just like the movie experience. reading the comic, to me, is not like reading spoilers. so, in my efforts to get over the relatively minor fiasco that was the amazon spoiler release, i've decided to do the following: 1) read the DOTM comic release when it comes out. As the story is already revealed, I'll have no qualms about reading it in its entirety, as it was meant to be read. 2) having read the comic release, I might still be sad about the fact that i won't be pissing my pants in the movie theater. However, reading it may pump me up for the visual aspect of the movie, as I'll now know which fight scenes to look forward to, and have a cool idea of what the characters will be and look like. 3) I'll watch the movie, appreciating and being blown away by the visuals. the story, i might be able to appreciate more after having been pumped for it, and seeing it come to life with cool voice acting and special effects. basically, i'll try to overcome spoiler sadness by embracing it, and pumping myself up for other aspects of the movie besides the story.