Category Archives: fandom

Lucifer Canceled?!

I CANNOT BELIEVE IT!! Fox’s Lucifer has been canceled!

giphy (2)


PaRdON my frENCH but–


I don’t even know how networks can decide these kinds of things; last time I checked Lucifer was doing pretty well and had a very strong fan base. What on God’s green Earth drove Fox’s executives to cut one of the most popular shows on TV? AGH!

I mean, yeah, I will admit that there were times where I had a “Really? You’re doing this writers?” reaction to the show’s plot, but they bounced back! And it was never anything that warranted cancellation!!

I–I don’t know. I’m praying that the show gets picked up by another network. This is absolutely heartbreaking, shocking, and I DON’T LIKE IT! 

I swear. I don’t even know how or why TV networks have been canceling popular shows, but, seriously guys: it needs to stop!

… I’m just going to sit here and contemplate life.

And write. Yes.

And pray because I need my beloved Devil in my life!

Of further note, I just caught wind of this happening: “Canceled ‘Lucifer’ Producers, Cast Raise Hell on Social Media”

Officially count me in! #SaveLucifer! (Hence this brief blog post.)


My Infinity War Theory (*Small spoiler*)

Disclaimer: While this post doesn’t spoil the main plot of Avengers: Infinity War, I do talk about one specific scene that’s about halfway through the movie. If you don’t want it spoiled, don’t read until you’ve seen the movie! 

A few weeks ago, I posted on Tumblr this theory about why Deadpool isn’t in Avengers: Infinity War. (Usage rights and such aside.)

Let me paint you a picture.


Imagine, if you will, the Avengers almost beat Thanos! Tony and Peter are struggling to wreeeeench the gauntlet off of the purple raisin’s arm (credit to Allison for that hilarious nickname); Dr. Strange and the Guardians, minus Quill, have him pinned. It almost works! Almost. That is, if Peter Quill hadn’t opened his big mouth and started punching Thanos in the face, causing the whole scheme to fall apart.

All this time in the theater, I was screaming at the screen “CUT OFF THE DAMN ARM!”

… and in that moment I realized that’s exactly what Deadpool would’ve done.


Not to toot my own horn or anything, but I was glad that some members of the Marvel fandom responded to that post! Ha! I can’t help but imagine Wade standing there, the rest of the Avenger aghast that they didn’t think of that!

Deadpool would totally do that.

Now, don’t get me wrong: I loved Infinity War (despite all the trauma it’s caused). It’s very well done and–AGH! That’s… really as far as I can go with that! (In an effort to not spoil the movie.) Just… seriously, go see it. Especially if you’re a Marvel fan. Then, give it a few days and you’ll be in this weird place where you equally respect and despise the movie. It’s a great place to be in.

(Look at me, being a masochist.)

This revelation also has me thinking, proudly, at how complex and unique my writing has gotten over the years. Frankly, I used to be more cliche in my writings. For example, in my in-progress novel, The Moonlit Path, my main character was one of those moody teenagers who hated everyone and, simultaneously, got picked on. (Following the norm, when that was the trend, you know?)

Now, I’m very pleased; I actually think out my plot and have a plan. I’m not winging it. I’m not subconsciously following other trends. I’m making my characters complex, my plot weaves seamlessly from one point to the next.

And I can’t wait for you all to read it!

The moral of the story: be yourself. Think for yourself. Don’t follow the trend; make your own path.



This. This was when we last saw The Doctor. Christmas night, 2013. Matt Smith, in one blink, became Peter Capaldi. The Eleventh Doctor became Twelve. Our hearts were shattered. But our curiosity was peaked.

And the question that has been on Whovian’s minds ever since: What will Peter Capaldi do as Twelve?

For those that are new to the world of Doctor Who, here is a basic premise (courtesy of Doctor Who’s Wikipedia page):

“Doctor Who is a British science-fiction television programme produced by the BBC. The programme depicts the adventures of the Doctor, a Time Lord—a time-travelling humanoid alien. He explores the universe in his TARDIS, a sentient time-travelling space ship. Its exterior appears as a blue British police box, which was a common sight in Britain in 1963 when the series first aired. Along with a succession of companions, the Doctor faces a variety of foes while working to save civilisations, help ordinary people, and right wrongs.”

It is honestly one of my most favorite television shows. And well worth it to watch.

I had grown to love Matt Smith as The Doctor. His quirky take on the character was, in short, amazing. I remember hearing someone describe Eleven as a genius professor and a five-year-old in a 2,000 year old body. And it was absolutely true. Matt had this astounding way of combining Eleven’s excitement with an air that showed he was also fantastically more than he seemed. That there were years–thousands of years— of experience. And in Season 6’s “A Good Man Goes To War“, that Eleven can sometimes be… almost wrathful.

This next video does have major spoilers for Season 5 and 6… but you get a sense of what I mean. I absolutely LOVE Eleven’s story arc!! And the person who made this video is right, he is a badass!

It seems that in the new trailer for Peter Capaldi’s Twelve (Deep Breath is set to air next Saturday! EEK!) has The Doctor going on a more… vengeful, but want to fix things, streak. Which I’m excited to see. I really liked that about Eleven. That he had this whole reputation about him as Earth’s protector. At least 50 years under his belt (according to the show’s start date). But probably more. And for most aliens that wanted to harm us, that alone would send them fleeing.
I’m really excited to see what Steven Moffat (the writer of Who) and Peter Capaldi do this season. Partly because the show has been off-air since the Christmas episode in 2013. But also because I think Peter Capaldi will bring back some of the older episodes of Who. Where it was just good-fighting-bad. I will admit they seemed to lean into the romance aspect of Doctor Who a lot during Eleven’s run. Buuut… being a hopeless romantic, I didn’t really mind it that much.
It must’ve been because of Matt Smith’s dashing good looks. *wink*
Doctor Who Tenth Doctor animated GIF
Oh… Oh sorry David. I mean–well–*cough*
Anyways, here’s the trailer for Deep Breath. I’M SO EXCITED FOR THE 23RD!!!