It's no secret that all of us have been waiting for the triumphant return of Stranger Things 2 so we could return to the quaint town "where nothing ever happens." We've discussed, at length, the five people you meet in Hawkins. Now, Stranger Things 2 has presented us with even more characters to cry over, worry about, and even hate a little. Today, let's honor those new and familiar faces: here are five more people you meet in Hawkins.
Fictional stories, especially fantasy and sci-fi, are overflowing with new inventions and devices to help move the story forward and make life easier for its characters. Here are a few fictional items that I think could make our quality of life even better if they were real.
This Is Us premiered last year with an incredible first season, numerous awards, and rave reviews. (If you haven't watched it yet, here is why you should.) The season two premiere was much anticipated all summer, and last night, it finally aired. Let's discuss!
Marvel's 'Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.' and 'Slingshot' Prove That Diversity Matters — and We Need to Do Better
Slingshot's Emmy nomination and Cordova-Buckley's post about it prompts a bigger discussion about the impact Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. and Slingshot have on the landscape of pop culture.
Harry Potter and Parks and Recreation are two fandoms that have entered the pop culture lexicon. Whether you love one, the other, or both of them, there's no arguing that they're certainly legendary. However, have you ever considered combining the two?
Jaime Heller and I have assembled some of our favorite ocean-related books to read. Grab your trident and let's begin!
Being a fan can be exhilarating, but it can also be isolating. I don't know about you, but sometimes I feel weird for loving fictional characters and worlds so much. PSA: you are not weird. You are perfectly valid, and so are your experiences with stories. I've found five published stories that prove it!
Whether you’re a fan of Riverdale or have never watched the show, Reinhart’s words are inspiring–a battle cry to continue to fight shame and stigma and to continue speaking out about our experiences with mental illness.