Hello everyone, and welcome to a special episode in which I discuss actress Ginnifer Goodwin’s homophobic comments about the fan ship, SwanQueen, which si the pairing of Regina Mills and Emma Swan.
And here it is again on blip.tv.
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I’m never going to spend another dime on media that deals with slavery or the Civil War that doesn’t have the Black folks at the center of the narrative.
Hello everyone, and welcome to episode 23 of Brain Food, wherein I discuss the Batwoman TPB, Elegy, written by Greg Rucka and drawn by JH Williams.
I also have it on youtube, for those who have trouble with blip.tv.
I hope that everyone enjoys the episode… for next episode?
Confession: I never watched 24. It’s a cultural phenomenon (much like Glee) that I chose to miss because White dudes beating up and shooting Brown terrorists isn’t my thing. I sorta know the basic premise, and I know Keifer Sutherland’s in it. Other than that — I’m completely clueless.
However, when I found out that Lana Parrilla (aka Regina Mills aka Mama Regal aka Her Royal Evilness aka HBIC) played Sarah Gavin on a few episodes, I decided to check them out.
I’m not gonna rehash a synopsis of her part in the series because you can look that up. What I want to do is once again talk about Sarah Gavin’s story in a way that de-centers Whiteness.
If we look at Sarah Gavin’s episodes from her POV as a woman of color working in a White-dominated organization, we see a story that gets played out in the lives of women of color all the time.
It’s like this:
Hello everyone, and weclcome to the 20th episode of Brain Food, wherein I review the comic book La Brujeira!
It feels good to have done as much as I have, and I am happy for those who watch this series. I like to believe that in doing this series, it helps to make me a better person and that I will become a better person still in examining bigotry, racism, and sexism, as well as other woes, in writing and recommending works of writing that go beyond stereotypes and show even a part of the full spectrum that makes up human beings.
Plus, I just love reading!
Hello everyone and welcome to another episode of Brain Food!
In today’s episode, I look at the X-Men manga from Del-Ray called Misfits, which turned out to be rather surprisingly good.
Coming up next episode? Adam: Legend of the Blue Marvel.
Hello everyone and welcome to episode 16 of Brain Food, wherein I review the erotic romance novel, Corruption, by Amaya Radjani.
Coming up next time? An X-Men Manga… and no, it’s not the crappy manga series that Marvel put out in the late 90s either.
Well, there’s been much sickness, injury, and ill-health keeping me from my video-making duties, but I’ve finally broken through the other side and in full health, I’ve gotten around to reviewing Issue #16 of Life With Archie, which celebrates the marriage of celebrated war hero Kevin Keller to physical therapist Clay Walker. It was a great little comic to read and I hope that everyone gets behind this series.
For more information on One Million Moms and their idiocy, take a look here.
Hello everyone and welcome to episode 13 of Brain Food, where I discuss After The Golden Age, by Carrie Vaughn, which is nowhere near as good as all the critics qho are quoted in the book say it is, believe you me.
I hope to do more positive reviews next time, because I like being positive, even though it is easier to make jokes during a negative review.
Hello everyone, and welcome to the first video of the new year! Apologies for this one coming out so late, but I’ve been pretty busy.
Nonetheless, I bring to you the latest episode, wherein I review the graphic novel Birth of a Nation, written by Aaron McGruder and Reginald Hudlin, and drawn by Kyle Baker.
Brain Food – Episode 11
I hope that everyone enjoys it… I even added in a small blooper reel at the end.