When I saw the teaser trailer for Q-Force...I cringed. It was really bad. Like early 2000s mockbuster bad. It seemed less like an attempt to make a show with LGBTQ+ people are protagonists and more of an opportunity to be homophobic under the guise of “diversity and inclusivity.” I was ready to boycott it. I… Continue reading “Q-Force” Shows LGBTQ+ Representation Still Has A Long Way To Go
Blue's Clues was one of my favorite TV shows when I was really little, and I'm so proud that this show is so unabashedly queer-positive. Check out this video recently put out on their YouTube channel. This is how you do representation right. I think it's pretty awesome. There's representation of so many minority groups… Continue reading “Blue’s Clues” Said “Queer Rights.”
Obsidian” is a much better follow up to Adventure Time than “BMO.” The episode has its flaws, yes, but it also has clear themes, strong characterization, unambiguous themes about love and acceptance, and some truly bitching’ songs that I have been listening to over and over. I wasn’t originally planning on reviewing this episode, but… Continue reading “Obsidian” elevates “Adventure Time’s” best couple
Spoilers for Kipo and the Age of Wonderbeasts Season 3 I can’t believe Kipo and the Age of Wonderbeasts is over already. The show started this year -- and it’s done. And while I know the show was always meant to be three seasons long, and I appreciate creators who stick to their guns on… Continue reading Kipo and the Age of Wonderbeasts finale is too soon, too quick
Okay, this review is finally done. Now, my computer is mostly fixed except there’s now another different problem, the pandemic is still happening, the protests are still peaceful - we’re finally making some headway (on things that should have happened long ago but progress is progress) - and Trump is spreading some weird propaganda...so things… Continue reading “Kipo and the Age of Wonderbeasts” has a mega awesome second season.