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Signature Look of Superiority

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Signature Look of Superiority

Signature Look of Superiority refers to an image of the character Count Dooku from Star Wars Episode III: Revenge of the Sith next to text reading, "Signature look of superiority" referring to his facial expression. The image is taken from the 2005 book Star Wars: Revenge of the Sith: The Visual Dictionary. In April 2005, Star Wars: Revenge of the Sith: The Visual Dictionary, a guidebook giving further context to characters, locations, and events in the film, was published through DK Publishing. On April 17th, 2016, an anonymous user posted a close-up photo of Dooku from the visual dictionary, including the text, to 4chan's /tg/ board. This is the earliest known upload of the image to the web. The meme grew significantly in popularity over the next few years, particularly on Reddit boards like /r/PrequelMemes. The phrase "signature look of superiority" started to take on life outside of the Count Dooku image as variants of it grew in popularity. In early 2021, the phrase became a popular post title on Reddit, associated with several high-interaction posts that don't have anything to do with Star Wars. The meme is erroneously known as count dooku look of superiority meme, count dooku superiority look meme, star wars count dooku look of superiority
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