We have so much talent in the Supernatural fandom! Fans draw, edit photos and videos, write fan fics, create costumes or props, make jewelry and much more. It’s time to showcase the #SPNFamily’s talent and ask the people behind the creations some questions!

Today I want to introduce The Friendly Pigeon to you. I met her last year at Purgatory Convention in Germany. She had a vendor table there,
and yes, I bought art from her. I´m happy that I now can share her art with all of you.

Let´s start with the interview!

Enjoy reading!

In Supernatural’s season 4, Sam and Dean’s battle with things that lurk in the dark introduced the ultimate meta storyline. Entitled simply, “Supernatural”, a book series written by Chuck Shurley predicted every detail of the brothers’ lives – jobs, relationships, events, even what they would say to each other while driving down the road in Baby.  Whatever was written in the books happened to the boys in the real world.  At the time, the writings were explained as prophecies dreamt by a recluse named Chuck, who Castiel introduced as a Prophet of the Lord. The boys reacted to this horrific intrusion into their lives by demanding that Chuck stop publishing his books. They thought this might help them regain some semblance of privacy, but as Charlie later explained, the books were on the internet so “good luck with that!” Sam took comfort in knowing the books’ circulation was poor, so the boys just had to accept that some, although maybe not many, people had a voyeuristic grandstand seat to their lives.  

Yesterday I introduced my "unsung hero" episode list for seasons 1-7.  You know, the lesser known, often overlooked episodes of the vast "Supernatural" catalog that do have some enjoyable qualities, but don't sit among the series elite.  Today, I bring you my choices for season 8-15.  This of course is not an all-inclusive list, just one episode per season to put some boundaries on this exercise.  Otherwise, you might just be getting a 100+ episode list.  15 is a bit more palpable.  

Below are my choices, in order of season (definitely not preference).  
As I continue my look back at this vast catalog of episodes that "Supernatural" has graced us, I found there were a certain set of episodes that were not the "epics" of the series, but still fun to watch anyway.  You know, those quiet little under the radar episodes that get lost in the 300+ list, but deserve a mention anyway.  The one-offs that someone out there loved making, but in the end watched as it got thrown into the "filler" bucket.  I choose today to recognize these small efforts, basically because we are out of articles and I needed to write about something!  😅

These episodes are only in order of season, not of importance or rank.  So, here are my choices for seasons 1-7.  Seasons 8-15 will be part 2.  

We have so much talent in the Supernatural fandom! Fans draw, edit photos and videos, write fan fics, create costumes or props, make jewelry and much more. It’s time to showcase the #SPNFamily’s talent and ask the people behind the creations some questions!

Giovanna aka GioGui is the next artist I want to introduce to you.

We talked about how she got trapped in the Supernatural Fandom, her different drawing styles and so much more.

Let´s start with the interview!  

Enjoy reading!

Robbie Thompson is widely considered by Supernatural fans to be one of its most creative, talented writers. From 2011 to 2016 (seasons 7 through 11), Robbie wrote 18 episodes, including the series’ milestone 200th episode (“Fan Fiction” 10.05), and co-produced a total of 94 hours of the series. His beloved characters and imaginative plots forever changed the course of Supernatural's storyline.  After penning one of Supernatural’s most pivotal episodes (“Don’t Call Me Shurley” 11.20), Robbie left Supernatural to join the Marvel universe as a writer of science fiction comic books.

Over a span of four months in 2019, Robbie talked with me about his time with Supernatural. We began our conversation at his Marvel signing table during the Chicago Comic and Entertainment Expo (C2E2).  If things really do happen for a reason, this turned out to be the most fortuitous timing possible for us to be together (at least for me). When the interview began, we were blissfully ignorant that our interview date, Friday, March 22, would be the day that changed everything for the Supernatural family. As fate would have it, our conversation was shockingly interrupted when we all learned that Jared, Jensen and Misha had announced the end of Supernatural. Fans' reactions and Robbie's consoling presence became an unexpected part of that day's interview (Part 1). Consequently, our discussion, which had been planned to last approximately an hour, ended up extending over two full days at C2E2, then continued months later at San Diego Comic-Con. When I finally turned off my recorder, Robbie had gifted us with nearly two hours of insights about Supernatural's writers' room, the myriad of creative decisions that went into his many outstanding episodes, and the twists and turns of his career. Our conversation was casual, fluid and candid, as Robbie shared his thoughts between signing collectibles and posing for fan photos.

Yes it's that time again! 

If you're new around here, as part of the fun around this site, I run the weekly "Caption This" contest (see here for our extensive archives).

The rules are pretty simple: I pick a frame from a Supernatural episode, and then YOU pick some words to go with it. The words can be related to the scene or completely out of left field. Also I like to call everyone who participates a "captioneer."

Last time we reached 100 total captions, we held an editor's choice award with all the seriousness such an event deserved. Now that we've reached 200 captions (don't forget to check out our winners for the 200th contest), it seems right to do it again. Just like last time, theses categories are random and totally made up by me!