Articles Posted in the " lost girl " Category

  • ClexaCon: Red Carpet Interviews

    Last Saturday, ClexaCon hosted Cocktails for Change, an official fundraising soirée in association with Cyndi Lauper’s True Colors Fund. Read our before commenting. Please do not copy our content in whole to other websites. Linkbacks are encouraged.


  • FedCon24: Grant Bowler and Rob Archer Panel on Defiance Recap

    Last weekend I attended FedCon24, a SciFi convention in Düsseldorf, Germany. One of the shows in the spotlight was Defiance, represented by Grant Bowler and Rob Archer. Both actors had their individual Q&A panel and also a joint Q&A panel. Rob Archer is well known for his role as Bruce in Lost Girl. Bruce is […]



  • Lost Girl 4X12 Review: Origin

    “You are so goddamn selfish!  You say you always wanna help people but you only ever help yourself!  I will never forgive you!” – Kenzi episode 4X11 End of the Line There are times when I watch an episode and I’m so very proud of our little succubus.  Times when I wish Dyson had been […]


  • Lost Girl 4X10 Review: Waves

    This week’s episode of Lost Girl opens with Bo looking into a mirror, covered in blood spatter, and echoes of her friends’ pleading voices. What did Bo do?!  Where are her friends? After three seasons of WTF moments, Lost Girl attempted to provide us some answers this episode;  mostly in blue tinted flashbacks and flashbacks within […]


  • Lost Girl 4×09 Review: Destiny’s Child

    The Black smoke crept its way out of the glass jar and slowly took the form of man.  Kenzi slowly opened the jigsaw box to hear… jigsaw himself, Trick shows what a prick he can be and Bo got back on the train and got a hand job. Welcome to Lost Girl, the world of […]



  • Queer Heroes of Science Fiction and Fantasy

    Queer characters on television, while becoming more prevalent, are very seldom the solo protagonists of their own show. If a queer character is featured, it’d typically part of an ensemble cast (Modern Family, Glee) or featured on a show where their sexual identity is the premise (Will and Grace, Queer as Folk). There are exceptions to the […]