Getting To Know Gal

This summer has just ended, but I’m already thinking about the summer of 2017. June 2nd, “Wonder Woman” will finally be coming to the big screen, and solo. Initially, the film was due this winter, but I am glad the Powers That Be realized that they had a film worthy of a summer release, with […]

Whedonverse Films That Need to Happen

Everyone is going on and on about the Buffy the Vampire Slayer reboot, and have been for some time.  I know that it’s inevitable, but honestly?  There are a few other stories in the Buffyverse that should (and frankly need) to happen.  Why these have not been considered, I shall never know…   “The Slayer: […]

The First Ever Richonne Panel

First I have to start with thanking members of this fandom who not only supported this venture—having a Richonne panel—but also helped to fund it.  Basically, patrons sans Patreon.  Anyway, I put a lot of thought into this panel, and attempted to cover all bases.  But, as life can sometimes do, I kind of got […]

Interview with Legion M’s Jeff Annison

I remember several weeks ago, scrolling down my Facebook news feed, and seeing this ad for a studio called Legion M.  Normally I scroll on by ads, cause, ads, but this one gave me pause—it said in the preview that it was a fan-owned studio, and that anyone could invest.  I clicked the link—another rarity, […]

From Michonne to Danai: A Fangirl’s Journey

The Walking Dead It’s funny—thinking about how involved I am now with this series and its fandom, considering when it first started, I wanted nothing to do with it.  Seriously, I was like, “Whatever.”  My former BFF convinced me to binge watch the first three seasons with her on Netflix one summer when we were […]

The Unusual Suspects: Badass Females of Film and TV

This list of five may seem random, but I assure you it’s not.  As a connoisseur of entertainment and fandom scholar, I chose these women specifically as they have typically been marginalized for one reason or another (i.e. color, age, stature, or the most obvious one, they’re women).  Therefore, I decided to make this list […]

The Part Where Michonne Is A Ghost

As an active part of fandom, specifically The Walking Dead, I was linked to a very well done fan vid.  Except… It decided to not portray one of the biggest supporting characters, who also happens to be the co-leader, right hand, and love of the lead character—Michonne. This brought backto mind those last few comic […]

Why DC Must Cross Their Film-verse With Their TV-verses

This past weekend I had the pleasure of being a panelist for The Geek Initiative on their “THE BIG TWO ON THE BIG SCREEN: Do DC and MARVEL do enough?” panel. While Marvel has Rhodey, Sam, and now King T’challa, it appears they beat DC hands down as they have…um… But wait!  Everyone forgets that […]