It used to be that with the exception of Star Trek and Star Wars, differing fandoms could exist in peace without much strife. Then came the internet and character rap battles. We watch these videos and even when we love both sides, we feel pressure to pick a winner. I adore both these strong, female characters and their respective franchises. But seriously, I think that one burn (you’ll know it when you hear it) puts Hermione on top of Katniss in this battle. Take a look and tell me what you think.
Who do you think won this rap battle? Let me know in the comments.
This month is all about the magical creatures we love. Jen P talked Mermaids, T. Mack bragged on Dragons, and Ana gushed about Unicorns. Now we’re bringing you one more reason to love all these creatures. T. Mack and Jen P spent a wild night creating these magical monster drinks especially for you (and us) to enjoy!
What is it about unicorns that draws the human eye to them? Is it their proximity to the real life existing creatures called horses? Or is it that mystical part of them? The one horn that in some form or another always contains some kind of special power? What makes unicorns so different from any other magical creature?
Maybe you want to use them to add some shine to the bedroom, because you’re looking to stand out at a New Year’s Eve party, or maybe it’s just the perfect final touch to a costume to you’re wearing to a special Comic Con, but at any rate, these totally Geek Chic Unicorn Glitter Lashes from the fabulous Etsy shop Sparkle Pig Glitter will definitely become a great addition to your “makeup wardrobe.”
The lashes are handmade and ship from The United Kingdom. The lashes have a five star rating (can’t beat that) and are a low price of just $9.16. Still not convinced? The Etsy shop owner obviously strives for customer satisfaction because she also posts some Frequently Asked Questions to her site. Pretty cool huh? No doubt that us glam girls at Sister Geeks are excited to try these bad boys out! 😉
Adam West, best known for his role as Batman in the camp-tastic 60’s television series, passed away last night after a brief battle with leukemia. West’s career spanned 6 decades and included extensive live-action and voice-over work.
Though he was best known as Batman, West leaves a legendary mark on both film and television as well as in the hearts of millions of fans. Good night, good knight. Rest well, Batman.