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Yay! Here we are again unboxing Marvel Collector Corps Ant-Man Box!! I got my box on Friday, but I had no time to post it in here. So, I do it today from my working table! Prepare yourself for another awesome experience!
[SPOILER ALERT] If you haven’t received your box yet, and do not wish to see what’s inside, please stop right now. Yes, right away. If you follow reading you’ll see all the contents of my box. For those who are up to it: WELCOME!
This fandom Friday is mischievous and I love it! There are tons of guilty pleasures in fandom, and just deciding to list 5 of them is a challenge. But, I must admit, it’s a sweet one.
1. Converting my friends into fans.
If I were a Borg I would say that ‘resistance is futile,’ but since I am human I’d just say that I am a mischievous fangirl who loves to convert her friends into fans of the fandoms I belong to, especially if they become members of Loki’s Army. Yes, that’s mischievous, I know. I just love it!
Welcome to comics THORsday! Today we’re going to take a quick look at comics as a visual language. In a sense, we can understand comics as sequences of images working as a language. Neil Cohn has a great page dedicated to his theories. However, we’re going to take a much mundane approach to it today. Comics are a literary form that has its own language, in which we can find narratives conforming to the myths that we can find in pop culture. These myths explain archetypes that make sense to people at a given time. Thus, comics are a very unique form of narrative.
Confidence: the Diary of an Invisible Girl is a must read for those who want to enjoy their geeky souls while remembering their teenage years, but also for those who are taking a more serious approach towards the geeky world. Written by Paige Lavoie with a funny and fresh style, this book opens the door for much more than just having a good time. Explorers of geekdom might find in it a fresh, compelling and thrilling example of what geek teenage girls are doing nowadays.
Welcome to Tuesday geek girls guide (GGG)! This week we are to talk about Lord of the Rings (LOTR) and the Hobbit, and all things Tolkien! Welcome to the world of Tolkienites, Tolkiendils and Ringers! Get ready because we’re going to enter one of the most amazing Fantasy worlds that have ever existed. We’re going to encounter Hobbits, Elves and the One Ring!
This fandom Friday is fun, but it made me think a lot! I am not so used at taking a look at my favorite fictional character’s fashion. This is why this post took me a little longer than expected, but it was fun!
1. Sheldon Cooper (the Big Bang Theory).
I love to wear half long sleeves, and on top of those, geeky t-shirts, just as Sheldon uses to wear on the show. For me it’s more a combo with jeans than the type of trousers he wears. However, I love the way he plays with the geeky tees!
Welcome to comics THORsday! Today we’re going to take a global look at the history of comic books in the US, but taking a look at women in comics. Women started to draw comic strips as soon as 1896! However, they’re always left out as if their contribution to comics has been minimal. Let’s re-discover their history!
Girl Meets Cinema is hosting a dream vacation blogathon! I thought it’s an awesome idea, so I decided to join it! If you could travel to any place in the film universe with any of your favorite characters or love-to-hate villains, what kind of a vacation would you take? Which characters would be your travel buddies? By the banner above, you already have a clue about my answer, don’t you?
If I could travel to anywhere in the film Universe, I would go to MCU Asgard ruled by Loki. I know: crazy, right? Not if you plan to have mischievous fun. Let me explain.