Natasha Sydor

French-born travel enthusiast. Musician, triathlete, Quidditch player, puppy petter. Maybe one day she’ll be an extra in a Star Wars film... 

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How I Almost Threw the One Ring into the Fiery Pits of Mount Doom. But Didn't.
a month ago
Becoming a fan of the Lord of the Rings series was a path I had no choice in taking. Meaning, my father imprinted it on me. At six years old, the two of us sat in the living room with The Hobbit or Th...
Interview with Orson Scott Card, Co-Creator of Extinct
a month ago
Orson Scott Card was the first ever author to win back-to-back Hugo and Nebula Awards with Ender's Game and Speaker of the Dead. With an impressive collection of books, plays, and short stories in his...
Interview with Aaron Johnston, Co-Creator of Extinct
2 months ago
Four hundred years after the extinction of the human race, a small group of humans is revived on the earth by an alien civilization. The aliens claim they want to restore the humanity, but the "reborn...
The Last Meals of Famous Killers
2 months ago
One of the most grim and strange traditions in the American prison system is the tradition of the Last Meal. The Last Meal is the final meal given to people who are about to be given the death sentenc...
Coming Soon: New York's Heroes and Villains FanFest
2 months ago
Over the years, there have been many different pop culture and comic book conventions that have gained international attention. NYC Comic Con and Dragon Con, for example, are some of the biggest conve...
Moments Where Pop Culture Actually Got Consent Right
3 months ago
Pop culture has long since been known to cause a lot of misconceptions about dating, consent, and all other social constructs. Pop culture birthed terrible ideas like "the Friendzone," and the plot th...