Media be praised, American Gods has finally premiered its’ silver screen adaptation. April 30th marked the first episode of the STARZ series, helmed by the keen-eyed Bryan Fuller and Michael Green, in a glorious blaze worthy of the ecstatic worship fans have been ready to bestow upon the show. American Gods revolves around Shadow Moon,… Read More »

With the release of “Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them” steadily approaching, author J.K. Rowling has slowly been giving readers a look into the world of North American magic. We’ve already had a look at the history of North America, but now it’s time to look into the magical school in North America. No… Read More »

It’s all a dream. A prophetic vision warning her against pompousness. Jaqen H’ghar wearing Arya’s face testing the waif wearing an old woman’s visage. The waif wearing Arya’s face being attacked by an old woman-face-wearing Arya. The girl that walks by right before Arya is stabbed is the real Arya. A warning vision sent by… Read More »

Rick Riordan has delighted audiences with the adventures of Percy Jackson and his demigod companions for well over 10 years now. While he has expanded his universe to explore different world mythos and introduce new and engaging characters to serve as role models to young teens everywhere, his attachment to the Greek demigods surfaces again… Read More »

I’ve been trying as of late to write the next chapter of my book but all I seem to do is kill trees with scribbles and rage. But hey, that’s how one learns to write, isn’t it? So, in light of that, I’ll do another article with Nerds Doing Stuff about another fandom that’s so… Read More »

The hot theater in ticket in the Wizarding and Muggle Worlds right now is J.K Rowling’s Harry Potter and the Cursed Child, which magics its way onto the stage in London this Summer. While tickets right now are virtually impossible to get for the show, fans who may not be able to make the trip to… Read More »

This year’s long awaited Sherlock special “The Abominable Bride” was uniquely singular in that it was rife with new information and discoveries whilst adding almost nothing to the plot progression. Now, this may be a bit of an overstatement if the clues we uncover in the special have repercussions in later episodes (namely Sherlock’s drug… Read More »

Season 6 tidbits are up for more discussion as news concerning Isaac Hempstead-Wright’s reemergence into the Game of Thrones scene begins to pour forth. Entertainment Weekly recently released a photo that teases how Bran Stark, who had been missing for the entirety of season 5, will appear in season 6. Bran’s storyline faded into the background at the… Read More »

Thanks to the continually involved J.K. Rowling, fans of the magical wizarding world she so lovingly crafted are regularly inundated with new tidbits, facts, and opinions that keep the magic alive as well as keep us learning more and more about Harry Potter’s world. Hogwarts, Diagon Alley, and the beloved characters of many childhoods did… Read More »

I absolutely, definitely, most certainly want to read books that explore how pop culture affects modern day consumers. I love to see bits of media that look into how we as a culture have shifted, how we engage in communities, fandom, and nerddom, exploring how elements of books and movies and music and gaming have become… Read More »

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