comics, discussion

A Guide to: Arrow-Verse Crossover Events

Flash Vs. Arrow The first annual crossover event in the shared multiverse aired during the 2014-2015 season. Team Flash and Team Arrow help one another in their respective cities on The Flash​​ and Arrow​. The Flash: "Flash vs. Arrow" Arrow: "The Brave and the Bold" Heroes Join Forces The second annual crossover event in the… Continue reading A Guide to: Arrow-Verse Crossover Events

Bookish Baking, books, discussion

Bookish Baking #13: Sour Cherry Scones (Carry On)

I'd never had sour cherry scones before Watford. Just raisin ones–and more often plain, and always something that came from the shop, then got left in an oven too long.           At Watford, there are fresh-baked cherry scones for breakfast every day if you want them. And again in the afternoon… Continue reading Bookish Baking #13: Sour Cherry Scones (Carry On)

books, discussion, personal, tag

Favorite Books of the Decade: 2010-2019

So, this past decade, I was 10 (2010) to 20 (turned in 2019) years old, so a lot of reading, and a lot of formative reading was done. Here are the ten books that most stick out as my favorite of the decade, narrowed to those published within the peace as well.  

Adulting 101, discussion, Uncategorized

Adulting 101

I want to introduce you guys to a new series I am planning on starting: Adulting 101. Adulting 101 is a blog post series detailing basic life skills and knowledge about college that I wish had been drilled into me before I started college. Will also contain niche adulting skills like working in a lab,… Continue reading Adulting 101

books, discussion, Thoughts for Thursday

Thoughts for Thursday: A New Monthly Book Blogging Meme

Here is a new original feature of this blog: Thoughts for Thursday. Each month there will be a bookish discussion topic that I will be writing on, and encourage others to write on with me. Topics are posted in advance. Posts can be posted any Thursday (or other day if that works for you) of… Continue reading Thoughts for Thursday: A New Monthly Book Blogging Meme

discussion, fandoms, gaming, movies/tv, pokemon

Pokemon Anime: Essential Watch List

I've been watching the Pokemon anime series lately, something I haven't done since I was roughly 10 years old, and was thinking about how there is nearing 1000 episodes of Pokemon (okay, like 700, but still), and how a lot of those episodes are filler. I have the advantage of having watching everything through the… Continue reading Pokemon Anime: Essential Watch List

comics, discussion, movies/tv

Chronological Watching Order of The Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU)

Phase 1: Avengers Assembled Captain America: The First Avenger Captain America: First Vengeance (tie-in comic) Agent Carter (Seasons 1 & 2) Marvel One-Shot: Agent Carter Nick Fury: Spies Like Us (digital comic) Ant-Man: Larger Than Life (comic) Ant-Man Prelude (comic) Captain Marvel (Technically part of phase 3) Iron Man Black Panther Prelude (tie-in comic) Iron Man MCU Comics Iron Man:… Continue reading Chronological Watching Order of The Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU)

discussion, movies/tv

Watching Order: Star Trek

Release Order: Star Trek: The Original Series The Animated Series Star Trek: The Motion Picture Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan Star Trek III: The Search for Spock Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home Star Trek V: The Final Frontier Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country The Next Generation Seasons 1-7 Star Trek: Generations… Continue reading Watching Order: Star Trek

books, discussion

Reading Order: Rick Riordan Books (Percy Jackson, etc.)

Percy Jackson Books in Order: In the Percy Jackson series, we have the main Percy Jackson & the Olympians series, but also sequel series, short stories and more. For some, it’s hard to know where to put them chronologically. So, here is a way to go. I. Percy Jackson & the Olympians   The Lightning Thief… Continue reading Reading Order: Rick Riordan Books (Percy Jackson, etc.)

books, discussion

Reading Order: Discworld

What is the Discworld? From 1983 to 2015, The Discworld was the main satirical/parody fantasy series written by English author Terry Pratchett. It’s an anthology series and each novel contains one stand-alone story, most of them exploiting fantasy clichés and talking about religion, politics, business, race, science, technology, pop culture, modern art or more in a satirical… Continue reading Reading Order: Discworld