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  • “Rise of the Chosen” Turns the Zombie Trope Inside Out

      Rise of the Chosen is that very rare and beautiful thing: a Young Adult novel that doesn’t assume young adults only want to read about tormented romance. It’s a compelling story and a promising start to Anna Kopp’s Lifeblood series. Still, I have a fear about the adorable queer romance we’re given as Sam […]


  • Win a Buddy Pack of Gishwhes Invites from The Geekiary!

    Have you heard of the Greatest International Scavenger Hunt the World Has Ever Seen? Do you like doing good deeds while wearing improbable amounts of produce? Well, get ready to get kind because The Geekiary is giving away a pair of invites for this year’s Gishwhes! This year’s hunt takes place from August 5-August 12. You […]



  • The New Power Rangers Movie Is A Win For Representation

    When I heard they were making a new Power Rangers movie, I wasn’t interested. (This is coming from someone who was dressing up as a ranger into her teens, too.) Then last week’s announcement that the Power Rangers movie featured a canon LGTBQ+ Yellow Ranger got me excited about seeing it (word up for confused queer […]


  • “Power Rangers” Aims to Fix Old Mistakes With a Canon Gay Yellow Ranger

    Power Rangers hasn’t exactly been known for being LGBTQ+ friendly. You might remember how David Yost was driven off the original US show by homophobic slurs from producers and crew. The upcoming movie hopes to change that record with the first gay superhero in a major Hollywood movie: the Yellow Ranger, Trini. - **Read our policies before commenting.** Please […]


  • “Logan” Is What Happens When A Studio Gets Dark and Gritty Right

    You know that dark, ultra-grim feel the DCU keeps missing horribly? Fox hits it right in the eye with Logan. This is a comic book movie that even people who aren’t super into comics will like. It’s intense, emotional, and so personal it hurts in the best way. - **Read our policies before commenting.** Please […]




  • “Justice League Dark” Is Fun for Fans, But Not the Best Intro for Newcomers

    Justice League Dark has decent pacing, a traditional storyline, and some fan-favorite JLD characters. If you’re not already familiar with these characters, though, you’re going to have a hard time following the story in parts. - **Read our policies before commenting.** Please do not copy our content in whole to other websites. Linkbacks are encouraged.


  • Sundance Favorite “Summer Camp Island” Finds A Home On Cartoon Network

    Cartoon Network just ordered a series based on Summer Camp Island, an animated short from Adventure Time‘s Julia Pott. The short is making the rounds at international film festivals and has won at Ottawa International Film Festival, Toronto International Film Festival and American Film Institute Fest. As a series, Summer Camp Island will tell the story of […]