The Fangirly Diary of a Geek Girl: Avengers, Avengers everywhere

Hey, guys!

Welcome to YAM Magazine’s new weekly column, The Fangirly Diary of a Geek Girl, in which I will be fangirling about things that were released during the week, like any geek girl would do.

So read at your own risk!


The week started with a hangover of The Avengers stuff, and I haven’t even watched the movie yet. It was filled with cute interviews of the cast, non-spoilery reactions from the media, and my very self dying with envy about those fans who actually managed to attend the Red Carpet and/or the Saturday fan screening.

Then Joss Whedon casually mentioned that the DVD/Blu-ray of The Avengers will have like 30 minutes of deleted scenes. I do hope it includes the suggested (by Chris Evans) “Shower Scene.

But Marvel wasn’t happy to own my fangirl heart with Avenger feelings, so they also showed the Japanese trailer of The Amazing Spider-Man and two posters, one of which could be good enough to want on my wall.

Thankfully, the Tron: Uprising TV Series trailer also appeared on YouTube on Monday, so Marvel got out of my head… at least temporarily. The trailer looks cool enough, even if I am not entirely sold with the story, so yay!

Yes, I want this baby on my wall.


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8 Responses

  1. so excited about this! geek girls unite!

  2. Rodrigo says:

    This was awesome to read. :)

  3. oh shoot I haven’t even started watching the Avengers cartoon yet. I’ve only seen gifs but it looks great.

    • Mirella says:

      @Diandra Rodriguez, It is very good! :’D I also love the quite moments between action scenes when they interact with each other :)

  4. amy says:

    OMG, I read that ANTM thing. I haven’t watched that show since……………………… since… I can’t remember since when, but probably since Season 7 or 8. I can’t imagine the show without Jay and Ms. Jay. O_O

    Sorry… I’m not a very good geek girl xD

    • Mirella says:

      @amy, to be perfectly sincere, I learnt about it thanks to a twitter conversation between Mark Gatiss (co-creator of Sherlock) and Amanda Abbington (partner of Martin Freeman/Watson) XD

  1. May 27, 2014

    […] I’m not afraid to show how geeky I am, and as such I was nervous that The Avengers wasn’t going to live up to my expectations. That somehow Whedon wouldn’t be enough as a movie director, as much as how geek-talented he already is. That the cast may fail to get the chemistry going, even though they seemed to get along so well. That maybe all the people who already saw it and waxed poetic about it, were overestimating it. Man, I am so glad to say that all my fears were unwarranted. […]

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