Mandi is a would-be writer who enjoys nerdy things. She lives in Georgia but she wishes to live many other places as well. Just not anywhere with a zombie infestation. Thanks to books, games, and movies she can live many lives. She hopes she can share with you all her favorite nerd things.
When the first Universal monsters appeared on the screen, people were terrified. Nowadays, the horror genre continually tries to outdo itself with monstrous creatures. None match the initial fright of when Dracula, Frankenstein, the Wolf Man, and the Read More
I've said this 100 times, but October is my favorite month at Fandomania. I love crafting articles around spooky things. This installment is about podcasts to send some chills down your spine. The podcasts on this list range from good old-fashioned Read More
I came across a Facebook post my friend Rachel wrote that sparked this article. It was her 6 a.m. musings about Sailor Moon and the lack of father figures in the show. After getting the go ahead to use thoughts in an article, I proceeded to write. Every Read More
This column is a bit different than Crushworthy Characters. This series will have a wider range of features. The characters will be inspiring, deplorable, or just plain interesting for a myriad of reasons. It takes out the element that all characters Read More
Another Charlaine Harris series has made it to the small screen in the form of Midnight, Texas. The show premiered last Monday on NBC. It follows the mysterious adventures of Manfred Bernardo, psychic extraordinaire, as he parks his RV in Midnight. Read More
Fandomania has interviewed Kate Hackett many times in the past. Since the end of Classic Alice, Kate was busy with other great projects. Her newest web series, Not a Plan, has just premiered. It features the highs and lows of being a Millennial along Read More
Based on the Konami video game series, Castlevania is now Netflix's new animated series. I must say that I'm beyond impressed. I haven't seen hand-drawn animation this good a long time. The series brought back nostalgic enjoyment from different Read More
George Eliot's classic novel Middlemarch is now making waves on YouTube as a revamped web series. Rebecca Shoptaw writes a LGBTQ+ version of the old romance novel as a live-action drama. We have the heroine Dot Brooke seeking social justice and Fred Read More
Any superheroine can look good and kick butt. However, it takes a special kind of superheroine to be inspiring. Inspiring superheroines are leaders and innovators. They break the social norms and create new ones. The new Wonder Woman movie shows that a Read More
I've gotten into podcasts recently. I call it an occupational diversion. I've discovered some awesome gems during the past few weeks. I also rediscovered my love for an old favorite. I was so out of the podcast world I was a bit overwhelmed at all the Read More
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