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.
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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.
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 was hesitant about Mad Men. If you’d asked me if I was interested in a show about a man working at a NYC advertising agency in the 1960s, I would have said that was completely not my thing.
Megan over at A Geeky Gal blog created this challenge for fellow geeks to share all about what makes them nerdy. You can see her completed challenge post here. What series is underrated? I can’t think of a series I thought was underrated but I can think of a movie – The Fountain. Here’s the Wikipedia
My snarky, badass yet sophisticated, wise and courageous princess.
Bioware is famous for it’s lore-filled games and the Dragon Age series is one of it’s best. DA:I is the third and most recent game and is one of my favorite games for the way it kind of blows the storyline of the series wide open.
I guess I’ve never thought about this one before. I know that crossovers are a big thing for some people and I have seen a lot of crossover fanfiction, but I’ve never felt a desire to crossover my fandoms.
When I fantasized about fictional universes in adolescence (which was when both Harry Potter and Lord of the Rings got big), I didn’t fantasize about a world into which I could insert my child-self.