Posts From Genevieve LeBlanc

Genevieve LeBlanc
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Genevieve LeBlanc is a contributing writer for NerdReactor.com and lives in snowy Canada.

Her Universe and Torrid launch limited edition Marvel dresses

Good geeky apparel for women is difficult enough to find when you’re slim, but once you need something cute and nerdy in plus sizes, it becomes nearly impossible. Sure, you

Terminator: Genisys disappoints at box office

The buzz leading up to this weekend’s newest entry in the Terminator franchise seemed immense. Geek darling Emilia Clarke starring, a new twist playing with the series’ timeline, and the

Is Bryan Fuller cursed? Why some of the best shows on TV can’t stay on the air

Bryan Fuller appears to be an incredibly talented man who just cannot seem to catch a break. The screenwriter and producer’s trend of making critically acclaimed shows that end up

Orphan Black season three finale review ‘History Yet to Be Written’

Warning: This article contains spoilers for Orphan Black. The writers have forgotten nothing, and please let it be crazy science and not aliens. Allow me to start from the beginning.

Top 5 Orphan Black season 3 moments

Warning: This article contains spoilers for Orphan Black. With the season three finale of Orphan Black less than a week away, it’s hard not to lament the impending loss of

MomoCon responds to cosplayer Luna Lanie’s video about harassment at convention

With the dust from the past weekend’s convention finally starting to settle, MomoCon staff are starting to respond to the video cosplayer Luna Lanie posted on her social media accounts

Cosplayer Luna Lanie speaks out about harassment at MomoCon

Update: MomoCon has responded to this issue. You can read their statement here. Cosplayer Luna Lanie had pretty high expectations for MomoCon this year, calling the Atlanta, Georgia convention her favorite

Watch cosplaying drag queens duke it out as Storm and Dark Phoenix

Be still my beating heart; these drag queens are fierce as hell. It may be from four years ago, but this video of two drag queens, Stripperella and Danny Cowlt

Where’s HBO and Guillermo del Toro’s Monster adaptation?

It’s been over two years since news first broke that nerd darling Guillermo del Toro would be adapting Naoki Urasawa’s 18 volume manga Monster for live-action television on HBO. The

Hayley Atwell to attend Toronto’s Fan Expo as featured guest

Right around the blissful announcement that Marvel’s Agent Carter will be getting a season 2, it appears that star Hayley Atwell is joining the comic con circuit. Earlier this week

Trans game dev dies by suicide after internet harassers encourage her to kill herself

Warning: This article discusses themes of suicide and transphobia and includes quotes from harassers. Rachel Bryk, a 23-year-old programmer, committed suicide on Thursday night April 23rd, following what she described as

Who was the artist behind those gorgeous Avengers fan art on Kimmel?

The cast of the Avengers series seemed to blow up the Internet when they appeared on the set of Jimmy Kimmel Live! to promote the upcoming Avengers: Age of Ultron

Will Hugh Jackman’s Wolverine die in X-Men: Apocalypse?

Warning: The following article contains spoilers for the X-Men film franchise as well as the Death of Wolverine comic. To say that the timeline of Fox’s X-Men film franchise is

Outlander returns for its mid-season premiere, but has it crossed the line?

Warning: The article contains descriptions of sexual violence. In its first season, the differences between Outlander and other fantasy series was immediately apparent. The series adopted a unique female perspective

Hannibal episodes to be directed by Guillermo del Toro

Fannibals, rejoice! The excitement for season three just got even bigger; acclaimed director and huge geek Guillermo del Toro will be directing one of the final three episodes of the

3 television premieres to watch this April

With the spring season upon us, as a Canadian, I’m blissfully anticipating warmer weather to melt the mountain of snow still sitting outside my door. However, for now I’m more

What’s nerdlesque and why is it everything I ever dreamed of?

When geeks go wild, everybody wins. It turns out that geek and nerd culture wasn’t the only thing to have a sort of mainstream resurgence in the mid-2000s; burlesque performances

Bates Motel 3X1: ‘A Death in the Family’ review

This review contains spoilers for seasons 1 and 2 of Bates Motel. The third season of A&E’s horror melodrama Bates Motel premiered tonight and the series continued to be as

YouTube celebrates International Women’s Day with #DearMe campaign

In case you’ve been under a rock and didn’t already know, today is International Women’s Day. While many of us are still groggy from losing an hour of sleep to

We all know the Red Skull lives, right?

This article contains spoilers for Captain America: The First Avengers, The Avengers, and Guardians of the Galaxy as well as speculation about the content of Captain America: Civil War, and