Posts From Genevieve LeBlanc

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

Jessica Jones episodes 8-10 review

Warning: The following review contains spoilers for Marvel’s Jessica Jones up to and including episode 10. There’s no place like home, but home isn’t always the warm, welcoming place we

Jessica Jones episodes 5-7 review

Warning: The following review contains spoilers for Marvel’s Jessica Jones up to and including episode 7. Jessica Jones helps people, it’s what she does. She’s got a hell of a

Jessica Jones episodes 2-4 review

Warning: The following review contains spoilers for Marvel’s Jessica Jones up to and including episode 4. Trust is a tricky thing, and if any singular theme is to be found

Jessica Jones e01 ‘AKA Ladies Night’ review

Warning: the following review contains spoilers for the premiere of Jessica Jones, The Avengers, and Captain America: The Winter Soldier, and discussions of sexual violence. For my spoiler free review,

GamerGate critic’s selfie photoshopped and spread as alleged Paris attacker

November 13th was a dark day for the world, but Canadian geek Veerender Jubbal could not have anticipated how personal the event would become the next day. An edited photo

More Fantastic Beasts details revealed

Entertainment Weekly has had the scoop so far on the newest addition to the Harry Potter universe, Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them, and finally let some actual concrete

The top 5 Hannibal episodes to watch for Halloween

Warning: The following article contains spoilers for all seasons of Hannibal. Too often are we disappointed by the seasonal offerings of so-called terror our televisions and cinemas offer up around

X-Files revival less than welcoming to a new generation

The X-Files is one of those shows that has such a strong following that anyone even mildly invested in pop culture is familiar with its world and characters by sheer

Marvel’s Jessica Jones packs a wicked punch at NYCC premiere

Ever since seeing the world premiere of the first episode of Marvel’s Jessica Jones at New York Comic Con this past weekend, I’ve been bursting at the seams to talk

New York Comic Con only three days away

North America’s second largest pop culture event is less than a week away, and fans from all over the world are eagerly packing their cosplays and getting ready to have

Elizabeth Olsen says Scarlet Witch would kick Loki’s ass

While the Toronto International Film Festival isn’t a hot spot for geek culture in the same way that San Diego Comic-Con or D23 Expo are, it certainly is a space

Canadian geeks flock to Fan Expo in Toronto

While plenty of geeks were headed down south to Atlanta for Dragon Con, another mass herd of nerds made their way up to Toronto for the Labour Day weekend for

Fan Expo starts today in Toronto

Canada’s largest convention kicks off its 21st year today at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre. Fan Expo is North America’s third largest pop culture event behind San Diego Comic Con

Cast for live-action Resident Evil stage production revealed on Twitter

It seems for all the world wide importation of originally Japanese expressions of fandom such as cosplay and doujinshi, Japan is still finding unique ways to celebrate beloved series. A

eSports events making their way to Canadian Cineplex theaters

The one night only cinema event has been coming back into mode over the past few years; not only can you still head down to your local theater every now

Supergirl cast grows: Justice Leak to play Hellgrammite

Unlike Marvel, DC’s television and film universes are separate which gives writers the ability to add characters to their series with abandon. This means we can look forward a vast

Canada’s first World Cosplay Summit team crowned at Otakuthon

It’s difficult to think of an honour bigger in the cosplay world than representing your country at the World Cosplay Summit in Nagoya, Japan. Since 2005, teams from various countries

Justice League cast and crew to reunite in panel at New York Comic Con

While some of us are still recovering from San Diego Comic-Con, its little brother, New York Comic Con, looms less than two months away. As the October 8th to 11th

Watch ‘What We Do in the Shadows’ deleted scenes from new DVD/Blu-ray release

What We Do in the Shadows is one of those movies that sneaks up on you. It’s hard to hear about, since it saw an extremely limited release in the

Happy over Coke bottles: Why I engage in fandom

The other day I went to Subway. To the average person nothing very exciting or particularly interesting happened; I got a sandwich and a drink for myself and my companion.