Oh, hey, so NYCC happened, and you’ve probably already read Unique Geek’s review, with all of the nice photos and stuff. Well, today is my turn, and I’m going to use this post to cover three things – what you can expect at any con, what we learned at New York Comic Con, and what my side of NYCC looked like. This isn’t going to be the least inspiring like Unique Geek’s post; this isn’t going to be uplifting or hopeful or whatever. It’s… it’s a post. Not even a very interesting one. I just ramble about everything that happened at great length. There’s a gallery of photos at the end. Bored? You can read this. You’ll probably be entertained. It’s a post, okay? Okay, good. Moving on.
Fall coming could signal any number of things are coming, I’m sure for many of you it’s back to school time, but for me Fall means only two things:
- I get to wear John Watson sweaters and flannel
- TV gets awesome again.
Are you newly undead and on the prowl? Lonely in the life of eternal night and need somebody to love? Unfortunately, as far as we’ve found, Reddit’s /r/seduction is sadly bereft of dating tips for the bloodsuckers, and Dracula has yet to turn into an agony aunt. Don’t worry, though – we here at 3 Chic Geeks got you covered, no matter the verse you found yourself turned in. We’ve asked a few of our favorite vampires for their tried and true tips on how to get some lovin’ goin on when you’re a tanning salon away from death, and here’s what they told us…
Or: Vampires and Homoeroticism: A Case Study of Dracula and Twilight
Yesterday, the 8th of November, was Bram Stoker’s 165th birthday (as the Google doodle informed us all). I personally decided to celebrate with one of my favorite pastimes… queering classic literature! As an added bonus, I’m going to show how this connects back to Twilight and why this ultimately proves that Edward and Jacob are totally gay for each other. Let slashers everywhere rejoice!