Those of us who frequent the pop culture/comic convention scene may be missing the days when we could get together and be super nerdy in person—but never fear, the fan-favorite WonderCon is returning to our living rooms for the second year in a row. Starting today, March 26 and going through tomorrow, March 27, 2021, you can virtually attend panels by streaming them online. There will also be a variety of other activities that are central to the convention experience.
WonderCon is near and dear to the Collective Crew, and we’re pretty excited about what the weekend has to offer! Keep reading for the scoop on how to have an amazing WonderCon@Home.
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Alright, fam, I thought I was going to be taking a break from writing about Supernatural for a while…but once again the fandom proves that we are a family, and I wanted to share something beautiful that is happening in the fandom right now.
After the finale aired this past Thursday, a few SPN fans (on Twitter: @hellerupdates, @crowleybeans) started a fundraising campaign to benefit The Trevor Project in honor of Castiel and the representation that he brought to Supernatural. Over the past two days, The Castiel Project has raised over $28,000, with more people donating by the minute.
When I started this blog in 2013, it was with the purpose of writing about the things I enjoy with my friends, specifically fandoms and fandom culture.
This post, however, is not about fandom, or memes, or my newest celebrity crush (it’s totally Henry Cavill, by the way).
This blog post is about the most important thing happening this year in America: the 2020 election.
It is a truth universally acknowledged that 2020 has not been kind to any of us. There’s been a global pandemic, civil unrest in many parts of the world, natural disasters, and a long overdue reckoning about systemic racism in the United States…and as of me typing this, it is only August!
Comic-Con International’s virtual gathering, aka Comic-Con@Home, is off to a bang with Preview Night. The digitally organized exhibit hall is live, panels and games have begun, and we here at the Collective are basking in the nerddom.