Note: This is not a comparison piece between Lana Lang and Lois Lane, or any of the other potential love interests in 'Smallville'. I don't believe in bringing down one character to bring up another. Additionally, watch out for spoilers.
Aside from E.K. Johnston's recently released Star Wars: Queen's Shadow, the only time in my life when I had a strong intuition that a novel of any sort would be good was when I first heard about Bionic Penguin's visual novel The Falconers: Moonlight two years ago. My intuition was so strong, in fact, that I wasn't sure I wanted to even test the waters with their demo first before purchasing the full game.
TRIGGER WARNING: this performance contains depictions of, and discussions about, suicide and mental health. For educational resources about these subject matters, visit this website.
For the longest time I didn't have a favourite movie, but rather a movie trilogy, and that was The Lord of the Rings.
When I first heard about Booksmart, having not seen the trailer nor read about it actively online, I hadn't felt so excited to watch a movie about bookworms practically since Matilda as a child.
Reina Scully is a YouTuber who I find endearing for her "kawaii" personality and love of anime. I enjoy watching her videos about Japanese culture every now and again; when I found out recently that she had helped to produce the pilot episode for a Kickstarter project called Mecha-Ude, I naturally got curious and decided to check it out.