In her youth, Kimberly could be found in the library, devouring books that covered everything from WWII History to Dr. McCoy's latest adventures aboard the Enterprise, with some X-Men thrown in for good measure. Saturdays were often reserved for PBS re-runs of Doctor Who and Red Dwarf. More recently, she's been riding along with the Winchester brothers, and she hopes the Impala doesn't run out of gas for a long time.
As the five-year apocalyptic storyline has drawn to a close and the new Winchester journey begins, let's take a moment to look at back the religious connections of the Winchester brothers. They've been entangled in religion and destiny since before they Read More
Supernatural fan artist Ileliberte's use of color saturation always drew in my eye because the characters seemed whimsical and well-placed within the surroundings of the pieces. Then I found her line art pieces and while I readily commend many color art Read More
World War II fighter pilots! I went into this with no connection to the Lance Star series because I wanted to see if it was truly a one-shot which required no former knowledge. I will admit that it took some time to get into the mindset of the world Read More
This article ends my summer Fan Music series. I’m sad to see it go, but I did decide to go out with a bang and cover the not-so-secret musician/actor who is tied to all the musicians featured in August. That individual would be Jensen Ackles, current Read More
In my travels amongst LiveJournal SPN art communities, I am always happy when a new artist joins. It's a bit of selfishness on my part because I get to look at their pretty, pretty artwork. So, when new-to-me artist Becc-J came to my notice I was Read More
We start off this issue with Piper and Phoebe preparing to attend a funeral and Paige meeting her new charge. The story is becoming more set up now. We have a path and a fight brewing, along with some secondary players that are becoming important. Read More
I know Jason Manns mainly from his work on Steve Carlson's CD, as well as his duets with a certain other person (still to be revealed!). Manns can be seen in a few acting roles, including the movie Cake, but to me he is mainly a singer. This review Read More
I've been a fan of the work of Ann Wortham and Leah Rosenthal (aka Ashton Press) for a while now. With works from fandoms such as X-Files, Stargate, Highlander, Buffy, and many more, there is sure to be something that appeals to everyone. What caught my Read More
Hugo award winner Tim Pratt edits his first anthology with Sympathy for the Devil, sharing thirty-five stories that take the Devil through the underworld and multiple adventures topside. With stories both new and old, he has brought together a Read More
I will readily admit that I never knew this show existed before receiving the DVD. However, I’ve been a long-time fan of Robot Chicken, so this seemed like a perfect opportunity for me to delve into the new and unknown. The plot might not make sense, Read More
This week, in a continuation of Kane, we'll be looking at the career of co-founder Steve Carlson. He has had albums released both with the Steve Carlson Band and as a solo artist, in addition to his work with Kane. Carlson has also worked with a special Read More
As many know, I collect fandom artwork. I have been drawn to the Supernatural fan art of Petite-Madame for some time because every new piece takes my breath away. The hyper-realism of her work coupled with the amount of details she includes is Read More
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