Earlier this month I had an opportunity to speak through email with Ji Strangeway, writer of Red as Blue, about her work on this genre blending LGBTQ comic. I would like to thank her for her time and if you want to know more about Red as Blue you can find my review of the book on our site. Continue reading “Interview with Red as Blue Writer Ji Strangeway from @kleffnotes”
How do Cam and Mitch mess up Luke’s Valentine’s Day date? Find out on the Modern Family episode airing February 28.
Are you ready for Hollstein?! This year Natasha Negovanlis and Elise Bauman are returning for a Hollstein panel, moderated by Dana Piccoli, and my hopes are super high. Last year’s panel involved both actors presenting female/female scenes that Dana had picked and they were just so amazing. They were so willing to fully embrace the scenes and I am very sure that there will be more fun moments this year. Continue reading “@ClexaCon Countdown: Hello #Hollstein! from @kleffnotes”
NBC’s This Is Us returns February 27 with an episode featuring a trip to Las Vegas to celebrate Kate (Chrissy Metz) and Toby’s (Chris Sullivan) engagement.
Now that DeVoe is in the body of Becky Sharpe, how will Barry fight this brainy woman? By finding another powerful Meta female in The Flash episode airing February 27.
iZombie is back and that means brand new brain recipes! I’m back in my kitchen whipping up some brainy recipes for the amazing hoards of iZombie fans. To kick off this season I’ve made Brain Chow, my take on a Midwestern staple. Continue reading “Brain Food from @kleffnotes: Brain Chow ( @iZombieWriters @CWiZombie )”
The brain crew is back! What will happen for Liv, Major, Clive, Peyton and Blaine? Find out in the Season Premiere on February 26.
It’s a pirate’s life for The Legends on the DC’s Legends of Tomorrow episode airing February 26.
A nagging sound that just won’t leave you alone, no matter what you do or what doctors you see is something that pushes our primary character to return to a childhood haunt in the first issue of the limited series Sonitus. This dark and eerie debut issue had me completely hooked from beginning to end. Lock your doors and keep your lights on as you delve into the frightening world of Sonitus. Continue reading “Sonitus #1 @ALTERNACOMICS Review from @kleffnotes”