The year was 1991 and it was time for Halloween. I was all dressed up in my Superman costume…an anxious happy budding little fangirl at the age of 5 without a care in the world. I was walking with my mom in my elementary school when a teacher approached me and asked who I was supposed to be. I proudly held my head up high and stuck out my little chest as I declared, “I’m SUPERMAN!”
Nintendo is subliminally becoming the single most progressive company in the gaming industry. Their E3 Nintendo Direct presentation, which was chock full of trailers of their big upcoming titles, is direct proof of that.
Let’s begin with Super Mario 3D World. (What better place to start with Nintendo than Mario, anyway?)
You know I’m seriously considering a segment called The Rabbles because there seems there’s never a shortage of Nerd Outrage. There’s always something that gets the Nerds in a tizzy. And you know as a blogger, I’m here for it! Give me fuel to blog about! Lol but as a Nerd/Geek/Dork/FanGirl/what have you and as an observer, I’m just like…why? Certain things I kind of understand the outrage but there are other things when I sit there like wait, what’s the problem here? So yeah…I might consider having “The Rabbles”. Sounds like a soap opera…*insert telenovela theme music here*
Gender roles and more importantly, our preconceived notions of them, are put into question in Rodrigo Garcia’s latest film, Albert Nobbs. Starring Glenn Close as a diminutive butler in 19th century Ireland. The very idea of her character is contradictory to what we would perceive as likely or proper for the times.