She-Ra – the new and improved version? Continue reading She-Ra and the Princesses of Power: A New Beacon of positive representation?
As we come into the last days of NaNoWriMo, those brave souls among you attempting the challenge maybe struggling a little. But fear not – here are some tips and explanations for dealing with the dreaded Writer’s Block… Continue reading Writer’s Block: Debunking The Myths and Ways to Get a Healthy Writing Process
An estimated 670,000 people gathered in London on Saturday 20th October 2018 in support of a ‘People’s Vote on Brexit’. Continue reading People’s Vote march: Over half a million attend protest in London
The Thirteenth Doctor’s Debut is a suspenseful mix of old and new ideas, all brought together in a thrilling 45-minute episode. Continue reading Doctor Who: Review
Remainers against Brexit is perhaps not the first thing that comes to mind when you think of documentary subject matter, but Postcards from the 48% is a fascinating look at the issues around Brexit, and those that still protest it. Continue reading Postcards from the 48%: A Brexit documentary
Is new animated show The Dragon Prince Avatar: The Last Airbender’s spiritual successor? Continue reading REVIEW: The Dragon Prince
Netflix’s August release is a romcom for the millennial generation. Continue reading REVIEW: To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before
Dreamworks animated show Voltron Legendary Defender has come under fire recently for the use of the ‘Bury Your Gays’ trope. Continue reading Voltron Legendary Defender: Ship Wars and Queer Rep
In recent years, fandom has grown a more and more stressful place – in part, due to the current ‘home’ of fandom: Tumblr. But can newcomer Pillowfort offer an alternative? Continue reading Pillowfort – a potted history of fandom and the internet, looking to the future.
The far-right have a long history of co-opting medieval imagery. Continue reading Racism, Re-enactment and the Far Right