Fangirls, I hope it’s not too graphic to say that I’ve been moaning in pleasure since this album came out on the 30th.
I think there is a very fine (and blurry) line between villainy and vigilantism.
Hey Fangirls! Last week was the fifth anniversary of Team Starkid’s A Very Potter Musical. To me, that’s ridiculous. Team Starkid is my second longest running fandom (after Harry Potter), so when they announced a concert to be performed the weekend after their anniversary, I lost my mind. Of course we’d have to go; it was a necessity. So we prepare, and went!
Hello you lovely Starkid Fangirls! “What?! You’re not Emily or one of the other usual writers?! Who is this biddy?” Well, Fangirl, let me quickly introduce myself. My name is Kristen, otherwise known on the interwebz as “Shut Up Kristen!” I’m a 21 year old Content Creator on the YouTubez, a master at the 140 character genre, and a nerd with a tumblr. So basically- your average Fangirl. But enough about me! Let’s get down to the nitty gritty and talk about the fabulous Starkid event I attended this week at 54 Below in NYC: Twisted in concert.
Hey Dikrats! I was really lucky last month, to get to interview the creative team behind Quicksand Jack (the super cool comic written by the writers from Starkid Productions). It took me waaaay too long to finish writing it up, but they’ve been really patient with me. I can’t express how much of an honor it was to sit down for half an hour and talk to these folks. Nick and Matt have been my heroes since high school, and I went into full Fangirl mode when they just replied to my email. It reminded me of why I love doing this. So without further ado, my interview with the Quicksand Jack Creative Team!
Hey Starkiddies! You know what happened last week?! That’s right, Twisted came out! I mean, thanksgiving happened too, and that was cool, but TWISTED. Really though, I was pumped for that. I love Team Starkid, I love Disney, and I love Wicked, so it’s as if this musical was made for me.