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“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”

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

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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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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Movie Review: Look Both Ways (2022)

On the eve of her college graduation, Natalie's life diverges into two parallel realities: one in which she becomes pregnant and must navigate motherhood in her Texas hometown, the other in which she moves to Los Angeles to pursue her career. SPOILERS AHEAD Look Both Ways (2022) is a Netflix original movie released on August… Continue reading Movie Review: Look Both Ways (2022)

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Beyond Hogwarts Houses: Other Types of Bookish Categorization

Look, I love Harry Potter, but whether you love its popularity or hate it you can't deny it. And because of that, sorting books and characters into Hogwarts Houses, and more recently Ilvermony Houses, is extremely popular in the book blogging world. Well - here are some alternatives if you, like me, are getting sick… Continue reading Beyond Hogwarts Houses: Other Types of Bookish Categorization

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The Most and Least Popular Books I’ve Read

I previously did a post on the Most and Least Popular Books On My TBR so making a similar list for my read books made perfect sense as a follow-up. Most Popular Harry Potter's life is miserable. His parents are dead and he's stuck with his heartless relatives, who force him to live in a tiny… Continue reading The Most and Least Popular Books I’ve Read

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Types of TBRs

THE “REVIEW COPIES” TBR PILE One word: Netgalley. THE “FUTURE RELEASE” TBR PILE We all do it. We add books and books of future releases that sound SO GOOD but we know we won't get to anytime soon. THE “REQUIRED READING” TBR PILE Part of  being a college student: required reading. Articles, textbooks, novels, nonfiction. Its… Continue reading Types of TBRs

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The Most and Least Popular Books On My TBR

I've seen a couple variations of this post around the blog-o-sphere and thought I'd give it a try! For the purposes of this post, I am defining popularity by the number of ratings a book has on Goodreads, and ignoring any book that has not been released at the time that I'm writing this post… Continue reading The Most and Least Popular Books On My TBR

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Why I Don’t Read Book Reviews

When I Read and Don't Read Book Reviews More or less, my general rule for reading reviews is this: if I know I won't read the book, I'll read reviews. When I know I won't read a book (lack of interest, I've heard bad things, etc.) I think its interesting to read reviews of why… Continue reading Why I Don’t Read Book Reviews