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Reviews of #TheLibrarians for Cosplay, Comics & Geek Culture

January 21, 2015

Just to bring my blog up to speed on the writing projects I’ve done elsewhere on the web. I’ve been writing about The Librarians for a terrific new blog, Cosplay, Comics, and Geek Culture in Libraries. The blog, the brainchild of Ellyssa Kroski, is full of really fun, interesting ideas and you should go check it out. (See what I did there? Ahem. Moving on.)

The Librarians: Recap of the Series So Far. This overview covers the first five episodes, from the pilot through “The Librarians and the Apple of Discord.” Originally posted January 6, 2015.

The Librarians and the Fables of Doom: Episode Review. This recap and review includes a commentary on Twitter reactions to the series, and a thematic reading list. Originally posted January 9th, 2015.

The Librarians and the Rule of Three: Episode Review. A recap and review that includes Arthurian legend, science experiments, witchcraft, a thematic reading list, and absolutely no mention of “She Blinded Me With Science.” Originally posted January 14th, 2015.

The Librarians and the Heart of Darkness: Episode Review. The Librarians take on a creepy haunted house. Recap and review includes a suitably scary reading list. Originally posted January 14, 2015.

The Librarians and The City of Light: Episode Review. Recap of an episode that features some of my favorite things: aliens, archives, a historical mystery, and the reminder that I should really read more about Tesla. Originally posted January 21st, 2015.

The Librarians and The Loom of Fate: Episode Review. The recap and review of the series finale, which tied up many of the threads of the series so far. It left enough questions answered that I, like many of the fans talking about the series on #TheLibrarians Twitter hashtag, am hoping for a second season. Originally posted January 21, 2015.

And there we are. Thanks again to the cast and crew of The Librarians for creating such a fun show, and thanks to Ellyssa and CCGC Libraries for giving me the chance to blog about it.

 

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