I’m keeping up with more shows than usual this season (which is to say, more than three); and while it’s something of a weak season overall, there are a few attention-grabbers out there.
The saga of the Vampire Chronicles’ tv series has had almost as many installments as the series it’s based on. The movie rights were with Universal Studios, tentatively (as of 2014) to be adapted by Josh Boone. Then that fell through for unknown reasons (Anne Rice’s Facebook page […]
All the season’s premieres, all in one place! Complete with content warnings for your reading pleasure. I need a nap now.
This is it, we’ve reached the end. Pick your shows and collect your winnings–it wasn’t exactly a huge crop of winners in the back half here.
It’s that time again! When my schedule completely blanks out except for an endless sea of anime and also some Steven Universe, because Cartoon Network keeps conspiring to align those premieres. The deluge is half over, so here’s what we’ve got so far: BANANA FISH and also some […]
Life Stuff meant I had to drop most of the weekly shows I was following this season, even the ones I was tentatively enjoying like Last Period, Golden Kamuy, and Megalobox. But I did manage to drag myself through to having thoughts about a couple.
Note (03/2022): This post is quite old now and clearly outdated–I want to thank folks in the comments for correcting me on dropping the ball in terms of talking about intersex issues. While I think my main points about the series touching on issues of dysphoria that are […]
This series is made possible by a commission from Frank Hecker. You can find out more about commissions here. Intro All’s Well That Ends Well. “if the outcome of a situation is happy, this compensates for any previous difficulty or unpleasantness.” Origin: possibly in the middle ages, with […]
I’ve been working hard to read as many translated manga with queer themes or characters as possible, so now seems like a good time to share what I’ve managed to find with all of you. There’s a little bit of everything here, from cute romcoms to murder lesbians […]
This essay was commissioned by @UncleAsriel. You can find out more about commissions here. Watching a new group of artists set out together is a gamble: you look at the strengths they’re already beginning to display, the issues they’re working out how to overcome, and lay your bets […]