This episode ended up a bit longer, because as it turned out, Derek discovered fandom while preparing to talk about the canon ship of Edward Elric and Winry Rockbell.
Tag: genre: het
The main protagonists of Bones, FBI special agent Seeley Booth and forensic pathologist Tempest Brennan are the quintessential “opposites attract” couple. They go from crime-fighting partners to lovers to married couple, making them one of those rare and delightful ships whose relationship we follow after they get together.
Reylo is the biggest ship to come out of the new Star Wars trilogy, and Ray explains with great passion why she fell in love with this ultimate enemies-to-lovers pairing.
These are trying times. I very much hope listening to how Mazekeen introduces me to Pagan Min and Ishwari Ghale, our first video game ship from Far Cry 4, will provide you with distraction and entertainment – that’s what fandom’s for, isn’t it?
Especially in these turbulent times, fandom can be a wonderful distraction, and this week Alyssa introduces me to the young adult book series The Folk of the Air by Holly Black and its main ship of Jude Duarte and Cardan Greenbriar.
Brienne and Tormund were never one of the big ships in the Game of Thrones fandom, but teamreylo was attracted to them right away. She makes a very good case as to why they could have made a great couple.
Trevosh introduces me to this wonderful and weird slice-of-life manga series with its unique protagonist and adorable friends-to-lovers slow burn.
Padme Amidala and Anakin Skywalker from the prequel trilogy share the ultimate tragic story of forbidden love. Kaitie shares some of the things that appeal to her the most, despite me getting side-tracked by all sort of other fandom things.
We’re starting the new year with Miraculous Ladybug, another animated series, and the het pairing of Marinette Dupain-Cheng aka Ladybug and Chat Noir aka Adrien Agreste, who make up an entire love square all by themselves.
Apologies for the delay in posting, but I promise my chat with Holly about Finn, Rey and the role of race in fandom is totally worth it, even if it’s a bit heavier fare than normal.