#AtoZBlogChallenge Topic: Obi-Wan Kenobi
One of my favorite characters in the animated series, Star Wars: The Clone Wars, is Obi-Wan Kenobi, voiced by the very talented James Arnold Taylor!
There are many great Obi-Wan moments from the series, but some my favorite occur during the episode, The Lawless, which I wrote in a post last year.
#AtoZBlogChallenge Topic: Manga
Manga are serialized comic or graphic novel stories created in Japan using a drawing style first developed in the 19th Century. This style includes characters with large eyes, small mouths, and, in many cases, with unusual hair color and/or style.
Other than the artistic style, what I also like about Manga stories are that they are not limited by genre. A single Manga series can have multiple genres within it. Below are five of my favorite manga stories and the genres that are represented within them:
Genres: Romantic Fantasy, Vampire Drama, Young Adult Drama, School Comedy, Political Drama
Genres: Romance, Teen Comedy, School Comedy, Drama, Fantasy, Science Fiction (Time Travel), Magical Girl
Genres: Romantic Fantasy Adventure
Genres: Comedy, Fantasy, Pirate Adventure
Genres: Fantasy, Romantic Comedy, Teen School Comedy, Family Drama
#AtoZBlogChallenge Topic: Libraries
Today starts National Library Week and I thought I would celebrate this by showing some of my favorite libraries.
Library in the Beast’s Castle from Disney’s Beauty and The Beast Animated Movie and Broadway Musical
The Beast’s Library at Disney’s Californian Adventure
The library in Hallow Bastion from the video game Kingdom Hearts
Hogwart’s School Library from the Harry Potter film series
The Jedi Archives from Star Wars Episode II: Attack of the Clones & Star Wars: The Clone Wars
The Library from Doctor Who
Storybrooke Library from Once Upon A Time
#AtoZBlogChallenge Topic: Kenshin & Kaoru
Below are some of my favorite pics of this couple:
From the manga series
From the anime series
From the live action movie series
#AtoZBlogChallenge Topic: J is for…
My favorite version is from the Batman Animated series voiced by Mark Hamill!
My three favorite Jedi:
and Obi-Wan Kenobi
Captain Jack Sparrow from the Pirates of the Caribbean Franchise
Captain Jack Harkness from Torchwood and Doctor Who series
#AtoZBlogChallenge Topic: Games Played Recently
Today, I wanted to highlight three app games that I enjoy playing, recently.
Doctor Who Legacy
By: Tiny Rebel Games
Description: Doctor Who Puzzle Game that uses gem matches with Action RPG team building elements. The teams are built from the companions and allies from the Doctor Who series including a team leader that is one of several incarnations of The Doctor!
Puzzles & Dragons
By: Gun Ho Games
Description: A puzzle game in a dungeon crawling environment that like Doctor Who Legacy, uses gem matching with RPG elements. However, the teams are built but by collecting monsters, like Pokemon.
Disney’s Frozen: Free Fall
By: Disney Games
Description: A puzzle gem matching adventure game that is set in the world of the movie Frozen. Each level gives a player a new challenge to meet with the help of the characters from the movie.
#AtoZBlogChallenge Topic: Fangirls Going Rogue
Over the past year, the Her Universe Year of the Fangirl initiative has influenced many Fangirls around the world to connect with other Fangirls. I have been privileged to have spent time on Twitter talking to many different Fangirls about Star Wars, Doctor Who and many other fan related topics. I am so glad that the Year of The Fangirl gave me the opportunity to ‘meet’ and interact with other Fangirls just like me.
Two of the Fangirls that I have connected with because of this initiative are Tricia Barr and Teresa Delgado.
Tricia Barr, @fangirlcantina, Year of the Fangirl contributor, co-host of Fangirls Going Rogue podcast, a contributor to the Star Wars section of Suvudu.com, author of several Star Wars Insider magazine articles, the creator and writer of the novel, WYNDE and manages the popular fangirl related blog, fangirlblog.com.
Teresa Delgado, @icecoldpenguin, host of several Star Wars podcasts, including Fangirls Going Rogue podcast , contributor to Star Wars Report and currently manages two blogs, Fangirl Next Door and Quack In Over Disney.
These two Fangirls are both influential members of the Fangirl community and if it was not for The Year of The Fangirl initiative, I may never have met and interacted with either them. Therefore, I want to thank both Tricia and Teresa for taking the time to co-host a monthly Star Wars Fangirl podcast, called Fangirls Going Rogue, which can be found on the ShotGlass Digital Network. I also want to thank them for interacting with this Fangirl as well! I am proud to know both of you and look forward to the next monthly installment of Fangirls Going Rogue!