When I’m not hunting demons with Dean and Sam or looking for hidden treasures with Indiana Jones, I’m writing stories or geeky articles, and sometimes (ok, most of the time) I’m fangirling about shows, comics, or movies.
Pilot Breakdown: "Irregulars" (Netflix)
The new show "Irregulars" on Netflix gives us another spin on the famous Sherlock Holmes and John Watson stories, created by Arthur Conan Doyle. Only this time it focuses on a gang of street kids who help Sherlock solve supernatural crimes.
Character Analysis: Wonder Woman (WW84)
Finally! The sequel of DCEU's Wonder Woman came to Europe and I could watch it on the weekend. Everyone who knows me personally knows that I'm a huge WW fangirl and I couldn't wait to see what Patty Jenkins and her crew made with one of my favourite heroines.
Things to remember, tattooed on my body (Part 2)
My tattoos are a part of me and they tell my story. Or a story. Depending which tattoo it is. I like to decorate my body to help me remind of good things in life or to give me strength. Like for example my back tattoo, that represents "Wonder Woman", my strength and femininity.
Things to remember, tattooed on my body (Part One)
"Are you sure you want a tattoo? That's gonna stay on your body forever!" - "Only criminals have tattoos." - "That wouldn't look very feminine."
4 Fictional German Characters
Growing up in Germany I loved watching American television and films. Especially animated shows and action movies. But that also meant for me that I grew up with a lot of German characters that are the bad guys.
A Few Quick Tips to Help You Create the Perfect Magic System for Your Story
Lately, I‘ve been working on a TV show that includes magic and witches. And for that I needed to create my own magic system.
A Story about a “Supernatural” Friendship.
Everyone who knows me knows that I love my family but I’m not a family kind of person. Especially during the self-isolation time with COVID-19 I don’t have a problem to be away from my family. I never had.
Spider-Woman: With a great new costume comes a great new origin … right?
!!! Warning: This article contains SPOILERS about Issue #1 of the new Spider-Woman comic series!!! Finally after years Spider-Woman aka Jessica Drew has her own solo comic series again, written by Karla Pacheco. The first issue came out on March 18th and gave us the first taste of our beloved badass heroine with a brand-new costume!