Editor’s Note: Cartoons. Most adults think cartoons are for little kids. I’m a childless woman in my mid 30s and I think nothing of showing up with my date of popcorn to cry my way through cartoons like Toy Story 3. Recently, I was at a porch party when one of my friends mentioned that Jem and the Holograms was on Netflix. My cartoon nostalgia went into overdrive. I immediately pulled
I’m a nerd. It’s taken a lot to get to this point; to acknowledge and recognize something that was a source of embarrassment, frustration, and bullying when I was younger. Younger people don’t get it now. Looking like you’re smart or completely falling into a certain lifestyle – including the nerd life – is cool. Of course, as the hipster would say, I got comfortable with being a nerd long
Sherlock! Sherlock Season 3 Teaser Trailer! This means Sherlock is just around the corner! Ever since Doctor Who scribes Stephen Moffat and Mark Gatiss discovered their love of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s beloved, and arrogant, detective and brought him back to life, I have rediscovered my 13 year old love of Sherlock Holmes in the body of a fetching, younger man with a predilection for nicotine patch abuse and technology.
San Diego Comic-Con. Just typing the words fills my mind with the sheer magnitude of cosplayers, nerdy tv shows, or regular tv shows that everyday people nerd out to. If I’d been at Comic-Con, I would have done my best to be at the Veronica Mars panel. As a fan of Neptune and a follower of “The Bitch”, I proudly let my Marshmallow flag fly! When the Kickstarter campaign for