DC Comics · Movie Reviews · Super Hero TV Shows

DC Comic’s Titles on Netflix

Several DC Animated movies have recently been added to Netflix, so I thought I’d make a list of all currently available DC titles on Netflix! Live action TV, animated shows, and animated movies featuring some of our favorite characters are online for us to binge to our hearts content! Son of Batman (2014) The Flashpoint… Continue reading DC Comic’s Titles on Netflix

DC Comics · Intersectionality · LGBTQ+ · Representation in Media

Gotham’s Hardcore Lady Types go to Summer Camp

Hold the phones, readers. Yesterday was a big day for comic book news, made all the more special by it being International Women’s Day. It was announced that the fantastic lady driven Lumberjanes by BOOM! would crossover in a six part mini-series with the wonderful lady driven Gotham Academy. Gone are the days when DC… Continue reading Gotham’s Hardcore Lady Types go to Summer Camp

DC Comics · LGBTQ+ · Marvel Comics · Super Hero TV Shows

The Most WTF Pairings in Comics

Happy Valentine’s Day, Galentine’s Day, or Single Awareness Day! If you want a reason to be thankful for your partner, or less bad about whoever you’ve roped into last minute plans, I present to you a list of the most “they dated who?!” couples in comic book history. Due to sanity and time constraints, I… Continue reading The Most WTF Pairings in Comics

Nerd of the Month · Personal

Congrats to the Nerds of the Month, January Edition!

Let’s hear it for the Nerds of the Month! Due to the amount of people who applied, I’ve decided to have a nerdy lady and a nerdy gent spotlighted. Tim Nelson and Vonie Stilson are the winners for January! Let’s get to know them a bit!       The questions were: 1. What is… Continue reading Congrats to the Nerds of the Month, January Edition!

Movie Reviews · Representation in Media · Sci-Fi

The 5th Wave: Only the Hot Survive

Last night, I went with a good friend to see the movie The 5th Wave. Neither of us had read the book, but I’d heard about the book through the class I’m taking; Creative Writing in Young Adult Fiction. According to the class, what makes a great young adult novel is flawed, realistic characters, a… Continue reading The 5th Wave: Only the Hot Survive

LGBTQ+ · Representation in Media

LGBTQ+ Erasure, in History and Media

This post is inspired by a Tumblr post that has been floating around the internet, regarding Leonardo de Vinci’s status as a gay or bisexual man.  The post asks: Why were we not taught this in school? I’ve had conversations with some people about it, and for the most part the response has been, does it… Continue reading LGBTQ+ Erasure, in History and Media