When you’re a kid, it sometimes feels like you can’t get enough of the things you like, and you’re always looking for new ways to experience it. So we watched a ton of Disney material, no matter how unpopular or obscure.
Tag: geek out
Well, in case you couldn’t tell from Days 2, 11, 18, 22, and 24, Star Wars is a pretty big deal for me.
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.
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.
While it’s true that some of the most supportive people I have ever met come from the geek community, I have also come across my fair share of trolls and bullies.
Something you find everywhere in the geek community is creativity. And that’s what I love.
Okay, for this question, there are just too many good answers. This one needs to be a LIST. Here are my 12 Favorite Fandom Quotes.
I don’t have a sappy story about how my fandoms brought me through dark times or anything like that. But there is something my nerdy hobbies have given me – a sense of community with others who share my passions.