Category Archives: Review

September 02

Anime Attack: Sukitte Ii Na Yo

By: Meg Humphrey If you’re home sick from work on a Monday and/or are in the mood to have some feelings about a silly romance anime, Sukitte Ii na yo, or Say “I Love You” is the perfect medicine. The show is only 13 episodes long so if you’re dedicated, have nothing to do, or […]

August 19

By: Meg Humphrey Have You Nerd had the incredible honor of receiving the “Most Unique Website Content” award from the inaugural year of the Geekie Awards in 2013. This year, the Geekies are mixing it up and  giving fans the opportunity to vote for their favorites in each category! Here are my picks. Art: Jackie […]

January 26

When Witches, Ghosts, and Wolves Appear: Into the Woods Review

By: Meg Humphrey   Let me preface this review by saying that Into the Woods is one of my absolute favorite musicals. I saw it on stage during my first year in college and haven’t gotten enough since then. I know all of the songs by heart and the lessons it teaches are ingrained in […]

December 31

To the Beautiful You: a drama/manga Comparison

By: Meg Humphrey   The 2012 Korean drama To the Beautiful You is based on the famous, classic manga Hanazakari no Kimitachi he (“For You in Full Blossom”) or Hanakimi for short.  They tell a story of a girl (Korean and Japanese respectively) living in America who sees a high jumper compete. She’s so inspired […]

August 27

Music to (not) Sleep to: Question Bedtime

By: Meg Humphrey   I’m a huge sucker for fairy tales of all kinds. One of the best things about fairy tales and legends is that they can be retold and expressed in so many different versions, but still retain their meaning. When I saw that MC Frontalot’s latest album, Question Bedtime, is all about […]

August 22

Always Dependable: Expendables 3

By: Meg Humphrey   Date night was once again a killer action movie! As a fan of ridiculous, over the top action movies, I knew Expendables 3 was going to deliver. I was right and after rewatching the first two, it is my favorite out of the trilogy. I think it’s because it’s more personal […]

August 01

Shoujo Manga Maniacs: Sugars

By: Meg Humphrey   I stumbled upon Sugars one night while I was half-heartedly reading through a couple other manga. Sugars, by Yamamori Mika, are compilations of one shots. Each chapter is a different story revolving around a different way to love. It’s also very interesting that although each story focuses on different characters, there […]