movies/tv, discussion, gaming, pokemon

Pokemon Anime: Essential Watch List – Sinnoh Region (Non-Spoiler Version)

My post Pokemon Anime Essential Watch List is one of my most popular posts ever on this blog, and I've had a couple of requests for non-spoiler versions of the post, so I decided to go ahead and do that! Sinnoh League DP001: Following A Maiden’s Voyage! DP002: Two Degrees Of Separation! DP003: When Pokémon… Continue reading Pokemon Anime: Essential Watch List – Sinnoh Region (Non-Spoiler Version)

comics, discussion, movies/tv

CW’s DC Arrow-Verse Watching Order (Updated)

The Arrow-verse is the name for the interconnected tv shows released by The CW based on DC comics. These shows have been, collectively, on air for a decade and can be confusing to start. So here is a guide! Arrow Season One Episodes: 23Crossover Episodes: 0 Arrow Season Two Episodes: 23Crossover Episodes: 2 (backdoor pilots to The Flash) Arrow Season… Continue reading CW’s DC Arrow-Verse Watching Order (Updated)

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Pokemon Anime: Essential Watch List – Hoenn Region (Non-Spoiler Version)

My post Pokemon Anime Essential Watch List is one of my most popular posts ever on this blog, and I've had a couple of requests for non-spoiler versions of the post, so I decided to go ahead and do that! Hoenn League AG001: Get the Show on the Road! AG003: There’s no Place Like Hoenn… Continue reading Pokemon Anime: Essential Watch List – Hoenn Region (Non-Spoiler Version)

books, comics, discussion, movies/tv, reading order

A Guide to: Doctor Who Novels

A while ago I published the post: Reading Order: Every Canon(ish) Star Wars Novel. I wanted to do a similar post for other insanely long-running and complicated franchises. My current plan is to make reading order posts for Doctor Who and Star Trek, but if there any any others you'd like to see, please let me… Continue reading A Guide to: Doctor Who Novels

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Pokemon Anime: Essential Watch List – Orange Islands and Johto Region (Non-Spoiler Version)

My post Pokemon Anime Essential Watch List is one of my most popular posts ever on this blog, and I've had a couple of requests for non-spoiler versions of the post, so I decided to go ahead and do that! Orange League OI001: A Scare in the Air (Spirits in the Sky)  OI002: Poké Ball… Continue reading Pokemon Anime: Essential Watch List – Orange Islands and Johto Region (Non-Spoiler Version)

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Pokemon Anime: Essential Watch List – Kanto Region (Non-Spoiler Version)

My post Pokemon Anime Essential Watch List is one of my most popular posts ever on this blog, and I've had a couple of requests for non-spoiler versions of the post, so I decided to go ahead and do that! Kanto (Indigo) League Indigo League is one of the best series for filler episodes and… Continue reading Pokemon Anime: Essential Watch List – Kanto Region (Non-Spoiler Version)

books, discussion, movies/tv, reading order

Reading Order: Every Canon(ish) Star Wars Novel

So, I have written a couple of "watching order guides" - sometimes franchises have so much material it becomes a mission to figure out what the canon is, and the best order to read things. Star Wars is its own beast, spanning movies, TV shows, books, comics and more over several decades. I want to,… Continue reading Reading Order: Every Canon(ish) Star Wars Novel

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

Throwback Thursday: Media Representations of Mental Illness – Big Hero 6

Big Hero 6 (Hall & Williams, 2014) is an animated superhero film by Walt Disney Pictures, which follows 14-year-old robotics prodigy Hiro as he becomes a superhero and attempts to avenge his older brother Tadashi’s death. The bulk of the movie takes place two weeks after Tadashi’s death, as Hiro becomes convinced that Tadashi’s death… Continue reading Throwback Thursday: Media Representations of Mental Illness – Big Hero 6

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“Who Did You Wanna Ask Out?” – The Owl House: 1×16 “Enchanting Grom Fright” Episode Review

The Owl House is an animated fantasy-comedy series created by Dana Terrace, which airs on Disney Channel. The first season premiered on January 10th, 2020, and currently has a total of 19 episodes, all available to stream on Disney+. A second season has already been ordered, though there is no official release date as of… Continue reading “Who Did You Wanna Ask Out?” – The Owl House: 1×16 “Enchanting Grom Fright” Episode Review

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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”