discussion, fandoms, movies/tv, review, throwback thursday

“No doubt; endings are hard”: Fan Reactions to Supernatural’s Finale and the End of the “Last Great American Queerbait”

The title cards for each of the fifteen seasons of Supernatural. Supernatural is an American Horror-Drama series created by Eric Kripke, which originally aired in 2005 on The WB channel, and was later moved to The CW channel from seasons two to fifteen, which finished airing in 2020. Supernatural is considered the longest running American… Continue reading “No doubt; endings are hard”: Fan Reactions to Supernatural’s Finale and the End of the “Last Great American Queerbait”

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Mini Netgalley Reviews – Everything Is OK, Cryptid Club, and One Cup At A Time

I received an e-arc of each of these books from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. Everything Is OK by Debbie Tung Pub Date: 27 Sep 2022 Everything is OK is a lovely graphic novel exploring depression and anxiety in a young woman. The story is a little cliche if you've read memoirs or graphic novels… Continue reading Mini Netgalley Reviews – Everything Is OK, Cryptid Club, and One Cup At A Time

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Throwback Thursday: The Eye of the Storm: Safe Spaces and the Reframing of Mental Illness in Ellen Forney’s Marbles: Mania, Depression, Michelangelo, & Me

Mental illnesses such as bipolar disorder have a reputation for being frightening, to both patients who are diagnosed and those around them. Ellen Forney in her graphic memoir Marbles seeks to reframe how her bipolar disorder is thought of, both by others but more importantly by herself, as she grapples with her diagnosis and treatment.… Continue reading Throwback Thursday: The Eye of the Storm: Safe Spaces and the Reframing of Mental Illness in Ellen Forney’s Marbles: Mania, Depression, Michelangelo, & Me

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Blog Tour: Ghoster Heights – Guest Post

I am thrilled to be hosting a spot on the GHOSTER HEIGHTS by Corey Landsell, Kelly Mellings, & Lisa Larose Blog Tour hosted by Rockstar Book Tours. Check out my post and make sure to enter the giveaway!  About The Book: Title: GHOSTER HEIGHTS Author: Corey Landsell, Kelly Mellings, Lisa Larose, Becca Carey, Rebecca Taylor (Editor) Pub. Date: September 27, 2022… Continue reading Blog Tour: Ghoster Heights – Guest Post

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Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) Characters You Didn’t Realize Are Queer In The Comics 

Marvel Comics, one of the big two comic book publishers alongside DC comics, was founded in 1939 as Timely Comics, and by the 1960s had changed its name to the now recognized Marvel Comics. The Walt Disney Company purchased Marvel Comics in 2009.  Comic book writer Stan Lee and artist Jack Kirby are often considered… Continue reading Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) Characters You Didn’t Realize Are Queer In The Comics 

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Star Trek Timeline Viewing Order

I recently started watching Star Trek: Strange New Worlds with my dad, and as someone who has only watched the Chris Pine movies and the original series before this, I decided I wanted to try and watch all the different Star Trek series...which meant a lot of research. And I decided to share it! Like… Continue reading Star Trek Timeline Viewing Order

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Throwback Thursday: Reaction Paper and Book Review of Junky by William S. Burroughs

Junky by William S. Burroughs (1953), is a novel detailing the experiences that narrator Bill Lee has both using and selling a variety of drugs. The novel is considered to be pseudo-autobiographical and based on Burroughs’ own experiences with drugs and addiction. The novel has a very loose structure, being divided more into scenes via… Continue reading Throwback Thursday: Reaction Paper and Book Review of Junky by William S. Burroughs

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Book Recommendations for Fans of WandaVision

Reality, it turns out, is often not what you perceive it to be—sometimes, there really is someone out to get you. Made You Up tells the story of Alex, a high school senior unable to tell the difference between real life and delusion. Alex fights a daily battle to figure out the difference between reality and… Continue reading Book Recommendations for Fans of WandaVision

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Throwback Thursday: “But Sometimes They Hurt”: The Disability Representation of Barbara Gordon as Oracle

“But Sometimes They Hurt”: The Disability Representation of Barbara Gordon as Oracle Despite backlash arguing for her cure, comic book writers John Ostrander and Kim Yale persisted in their portrayal of Barabara Gordon as the superhero Oracle, being the first to revive her character after her apparent death in the story The Killing Joke, wherein… Continue reading Throwback Thursday: “But Sometimes They Hurt”: The Disability Representation of Barbara Gordon as Oracle

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Latinx Book Bingo 2022

The Latinx book bingo will take place from September 15 to October 15, which is when we celebrate Latinx Heritage Month. The goal of the readathon is to highlight books written by Latinx authors. The aim of the bingo is to read as many Latinx books as you can, guided by the prompts on the bingo… Continue reading Latinx Book Bingo 2022