Fortune Cookie reads Otaku poetry that will touch the hearts and we also learn about spider kinkyness during Spider News.
With all of the Star Wars hype surrounding every corner of the nerd world recently, ChubbyBunny Michelle and Yume Ninja teamed up with Mandie of Geeky Glamorous to create this fashion editorial shoot featuring original design created by Catherine Elhoffer of Elhoffer Designs.
Hit play on our Behind the Scenes video to see the epic glory of the snow capped mountains… and then a minute of footage of us falling all over the place. Whee! More photos and credits below!
WARNING: Do NOT listen to this episode if you have not seen The Force Awakens and do not want spoilers. We talk with ALL THE FEELS! Plus, why it’s problematic for man’splainers to user the term “Mary Sue” to critic Rey as a character. Fanfic Theatre: Twilight x Buffy.
I’m sure you all can believe it, but there are already tons of Star Wars: The Force Awakens fan art that exist on the internet. Without knowing much about the movie still—besides that it will be super awesome, of course— fans have already shown their enthusiasm in so many ways. Isn’t it cool we live in the digital world where we can see, watch and listen to other people in fandom freak out over a movie that isn’t even out yet?
This week, the internet exploded Star Wars tears, sweat and nerd blood all over the place: new trailer dropped and the pre-sale movie tickets happened. Did we survive? Perhaps. Fanfic Theatre: Arrow
“A long time ago in a galaxy far far away…” is the iconic phrase that begins every Star Wars movie. Well, my epic Star Wars journey would more appropriately start, “Just a week ago only twenty minutes away… without traffic… if I’m lucky…”
What I’m trying to say is that last weekend I got to attend Star Wars Celebration. Ah! Like many I grew up watching Star Wars and so I was delighted to be able to finally go to this Star Wars-centric event.
I have to say there was something special about SWC. Maybe part of it is because Star Wars is something very special to me that I associate so much with being a child that I cannot help but be nostalgic when I am surrounded by it. Regardless, SWC was an absolute blast that catered to that little eight year old Giselle who used to wear her hair in the Princess Leia buns every day. Continue reading