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Get Your Head in the Game!

Wanderers, I have a confession to make. I am a fan. Okay, you probably guessed that already. But I have a tendency to fan so hard that being in more than a few fandoms is just exhausting. It’s all or … Continue reading

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Should Fandoms Have an Age Limit?

Or, perhaps a more fitting question – can you be too old to be a fan of something? Here at FWHQ, as you may have noticed, we love our Disney and our Dreamworks and other ‘children’s media’ so much that … Continue reading

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Why Theatre’s Worth It

“Theatre’s the best, isn’t it? You go and you sit in the dark for two hours … and you just escape. Instead of thinking about your own childhood problem, you watch a childhood fairy tale come to life before your … Continue reading

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The New Frontier: The Alternate Universes

The Alternate Universe (AU) is one that is mostly associated with fanfiction, although I would argue that it has a strong presence in fanart and fanvids as well. It is also a story tag that I, personally, have great trouble … Continue reading

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R-E-S-C-U-E – Rescue Aid Society

For those who don’t know what the Rescue Aid Society is, it is an international organisations, with delegates from every country in the United Nations, tasked with helping and protecting those in need. Oh, and they’re mice. Yes, this issue, … Continue reading

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The Blushing Girl from Flushing: The Nanny

One of the things I love about this job is that I get to find all sorts of new things to enjoy and basically get to immerse myself in it and call it research – it is just one of … Continue reading

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Archaeologist, Detective, Gentleman: Professor Layton

There is nothing more terrifying than waking to an email from The Editor, the day before deadline, saying “Review please!” [Unfortunately, sometimes needs must. -Ed.] Especially, as I may have mentioned in my last review, I am fast running out of … Continue reading

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Oo-De-Lally: Robin Hood

“Are we good guys or bad guys? You know, our robbing the rich to feed the poor?” “Rob? That’s a naughty word – we never rob. We just … sort of borrow a bit from those who can afford it.” … Continue reading

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Close Every Door to Me: Joseph and the Amazing Technicolour Dreamcoat

Some folks dream of the wonders they’ll do, Before their time on this planet is through, Some just don’t have anything planned, They hide their hopes and their heads in the sand, Now I don’t say who is wrong, who … Continue reading

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Another Martini: The Thin Man

“Pretty girl.” “Yes, she’s a very nice type.” “You got types?” “Only you, darling – lanky brunettes with wicked jaws.” Our taste here at HQ (well, my taste at least) can be a little eccentric at times, and this film … Continue reading

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