I’m starting a new series – 5 Fandom Fridays! This idea comes from Megan Elvrum’s blog. She’s no longer doing the prompts, but it’s a fun way to get ideas for blog posts. The idea is that every Friday I will post a top five list on a topic relevant to fandoms. It is meant
Category: Nerd Out
I have some exciting news to share today! I was nominated for the Blogger Recognition Award. Thank you so much to Michelle at A Geek Girl’s Guide for the nomination! Rules of this nomination Thank the blogger who nominated you. Do a post to share your award. Summarize how your blog started. Give at least
Well, in case you couldn’t tell from Days 2, 11, 18, 22, and 24, Star Wars is a pretty big deal for me.
If I became a cartoon character, my outfit would be some fun patterned leggings and a flowy tunic top. This is literally what I wear almost every day.
From the sweeping, epic horns that accompany the Fellowship’s travels, to the mysterious and elegant chorus that mimics the elves in Lothlorien, I could sit and just listen to all three hours and 40 minutes of Shore’s pieces.
WARNING: This review contains spoilers for The Rise of Skywalker. Read at your own risk. Words can’t express how badly I wanted to like this movie. Like, really, really, wanted to like it. I liked The Force Awakens and loved The Last Jedi. I thought about the conclusion to the Skywalker saga probably more than
We are just days away from the highly-anticipated release of The Rise of Skywalker, and the hype is real. Disney has been hurling material at us, with new footage seemingly available daily, for the movie that will end the Skywalker saga. Tensions have never been higher in the fandom. The sequel trilogy haters continue to
He’s funny, a little arrogant, but also honorable and moral. He’s the Avenger I’d most like to hang out with.
I feel like my childhood was the Golden Age of Disney movies. From The Little Mermaid in 1988 (the first Disney movie I saw in theaters) through Beauty and the Beast, Aladdin, The Lion King, Pocohontas, and Toy Story.
They talked about everything from books to politics to pop culture, but in a way that I related to HARD. Their combination of awesomeness and awkwardness spoke to me. They sounded wise and worldly but also young and sometimes a bit dorky, in an endearing and engaging way.