It’s the season of gratitude! Unlike many, I don’t actually love Thanksgiving. It’s basically just the holiday that stands in the way of it being socially acceptable for me to fully embrace my Christmas enthusiasm at midnight on November 1. However, I do appreciate that many people try to stop and take a moment to be grateful for the good things in their lives. In the spirit of the season, I’ve got some of the top fandoms for which I’m most thankful. Keep reading to see if any of mine are yours, too.
Happy New Year, geeks! It’s 2016 and things are off to a beautifully geeky start with a new episode of Sherlock airing yesterday. Cumberbitches (or the “Cumber Collective” if you prefer) like me wait years for new episodes of this show and it always ends up being well worth the wait. This year’s The Abominable Bride is no exception. Continue reading →
So, I’m having a difficult time. I was given a crisp $50 bill for Christmas and I’ve spent the last five days trying to decide exactly what to do with it. I know I want geek gear, but I’m not sure if I should I focus on Doctor Who, Supernatural, Firefly or Sherlock. It’s so hard to make a decision. Then I remembered, there is a way to rep three of my four faves at the same time. Over to Etsy I went and typed in SUPERWHOLOCK. Help me make a selection, won’t you? Continue reading →
Missing Sherlock? Can’t wait for the Christmas special or season 4? Want to show your love for the world’s only Consulting Detective and his blogging sidekick? Well, Etsy shop ConsultingFanGeeks is here to help you. The shop caters mainly to the Sherlock fanatic, with everything from shirts, to cufflinks to mousepads, jewelry boxes, aprons and more. Click the link above or any of the photos below to head over to their store and get shopping*. Continue reading →
I am a bit of a television junkie. As a matter of fact, I watch so much television that in order to create a list of only 10 shows to recommend, I had to set strict guidelines. My previous list had only shows that were concluded, canceled and considered ended. Those titles offered complete closure to the stories and the satisfaction of being able to gobble up all the episodes at once. This list has my top shows that still have more to come. You can start at the beginning and catch up to what’s current, but you’ll have to cope with the sweet agony of anticipation as you wait for the next episodes of these shows to hit your TV.
SQUEEEEEEEEEEE!!! Comic Con brings so much goodness. Here’s the first trailer for the upcoming Sherlock Victorian Christmas special.
Geek Tyrant reports that Steven Moffat has yet to begin writing the show’s fourth season. So we still have quite a while to wait for it. In the meantime, we SHERLOCKED masses will simply have to look forward to the Christmas special and let it hold us over until the next full-length, 3-episode season.