Us ladies (and maybe some gents, we don’t judge) got to swoon over some fellow nerds in our A Little Somethin’ for the Ladies. Turnabout is fair play and now it’s time for the fellas. I was happy to encounter an abundance of lady nerdom, so there will be a [...]
Note from G4 – the content below was originally divided into two posts, published on August 14th and August 21st, 2011. They were among the posts we lost due to database issues in early September. Therefore, they are best read after the post covering A Game of You [...]
Brief summary: In a novel that bears striking resemblance to A Doll’s House in terms of character
composition (a rag-tag group living in the same building, plagued by bad dreams, with a powerful woman who doesn’t understand the role she plays at the center), A Game of You tells the story of Barbie and her [...]
Super brief summary in which I reveal something of a girl crush on Rose Walker: Rose Walker. I love that name. Every time someone says it, I want to steal it for myself. Rose will go on to deliver one of my favorites pieces of dialogue in all The Sandman series, you [...]
I’ve always loved the term “devour” as applied to the reading of books. I have been eating them alive since I was twelve, sometimes so fast I barely had time to breathe, let alone chew. Sandman was the first series to consume me back.
I don’t want to overstate this. I would have made it [...]
There are some spoilers in this post.
I have been a loyal viewer of Supernatural since the beginning. In six seasons I have only missed two first run episodes (one of those because I was at the con). I remember getting super amped about the show when I saw the promo with the brothers’ having an exchange [...]
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