By The Collectress

I binge-watched the entirety of the newest season of Veronica Mars in about two days, and as soon as I semi-recovered from the ending, I thought: how the hell am I going to review this without spoilers??? So I’m not going to. Instead, I want to share with you all a few things that I’ve learned from Veronica over the last 16 years.

I have done my best to make this review spoiler-free, and will mark potentially significant spoilers with **.

Well, fam, after Avengers: Endgame, I didn’t know if Marvel could keep me interested in the MCU. My love of Iron Man (and RDJ) was a driving force in my investment in the universe, the primary question that ‘Far From Home’ seeks to answer as the world (both the fictional and literal) seeks to move on from the universe-changing events in Endgame is, well, now that Tony Stark is gone, who is going to be the next Iron Man?

What do we do now that our favs are gone?

Dear Collectors,

Today marks the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall RiotsRebellion, and the beginning of the movement for LGBTQ rights in the United States. As a proud member of the community, this history is important to me, especially since it was not taught to me growing up. Everything I learned about the history of LGBTQ+ peoples, I learned from the internet. As such, I thought it was time that I contributed a short informative article about the community’s origins, so that others like me, who are growing up in a conservative–probably Christian–household can learn about the people who paved the way for them to have the right to express who they are.

In a few days, it will be the fiftieth anniversary of the Stonewall Riots, As we remember those who fought and struggled to give us the rights that we enjoy today, we should also remember that many of our LGBTQ+ family members around the world are still struggling.

Here are a few LGBTQ+ non-profit organization to consider donating to this Pride Month.

By The Collectress

Remakes and sequels seem to be the theme of the summer movie season, and studios are counting on recognizable franchises, and stars, to bring in the dollars from all the kids on summer break.

Men In Black: International is the first of [too] many sequels or reboots this summer, and, well, aside from the star power, it’s, um…got a cute alien?