Delia Harrington, Den Of Geek

Delia Harrington

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Boston, MA, United States

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Past articles by Delia:

Ms. Marvel’s AvengerCon Is a "Love Letter" to MCU Fans That Could Become a Reality

Ms. Marvel takes fans to the very first AvengerCon of the MCU. Could this fictional convention become a reality? → Read More

Apple TV+’s Pachinko Made the Most of Its Changes From the Original Book

For Apple TV+'s Pachinko, the biggest change from page to screen was its decision to abandon the book's linear chronology---and it worked. → Read More

Killing Eve Finally Makes Us Care About The Twelve

A flashback fills in some much needed history on Killing Eve while a stunning ending calls a character's future into question. → Read More

Ms. Marvel Trailer Breakdown and Analysis: New Powers and More!

The first Ms. Marvel trailer for Marvel's new Disney+ series has arrived, and we took a closer look at how Kamala's powers are being adapted for the screen. → Read More

Killing Eve: Is Eve Moving on From Villanelle?

Villanelle didn’t know how right she was when she told Eve, “Maybe you’re the scorpion.” → Read More

Killing Eve Calls Back to Season 1 and Takes on The Twelve

Eve channels an iconic early encounter with Villanelle for her dangerous meeting with the unpredictable Hélène on Killing Eve. → Read More

Supergirl Sets Up Its Series Finale with a Bang

Supergirl and the Super Friends are almost ready to say goodbye, but Lex and Nyxly still have plans to rule the universe. → Read More

Supergirl: Is Supercorp Endgame or Not?

Love is in the air, but maybe not for everyone. Why the heck not? → Read More

Supergirl: Dreamer Confronts Her Transphobic Sister

Chasing the Dream Totem, Nia must work with her transphobic sister Maeve, forcing a confrontation years in the making–with mixed results. → Read More

Supergirl: Alex Danvers is Finally a Mom

She had to make some painful choices along the way to get here, but thankfully, the writers have given her a family worth waiting for. → Read More

Supergirl: Kara and Lena Save the Day with Magic and Transparency

Lena steps into her own as a witch and helps keep Kara honest and open with the public about their fight with Nyxly → Read More

Squid Game Questions Season 2 Could Answer

We still have questions about Squid Game. → Read More

Supergirl: Kara and Lena Finally Reunite

Supergirl uses its totem premise to best highlight the Super Friends, showcasing Lena and Kara's relationship → Read More

Squid Game’s Scathing Critique of Capitalism

Squid Game's anti-capitalist parable isn't a reflection of our society; it is our society. → Read More

Supergirl's Azie Tesfai Takes on Race and Privilege as Guardian, Episode Writer

Tesfai deftly weaves weighty themes into the fantastical aspects of the show → Read More

Supergirl Finds Her Voice and Nia Finds Her Power

The two heroes learn important lessons in unexpected ways, which will likely impact the rest of the show's final season → Read More

Supergirl Takes on the Prison Industrial Complex and Falls Short

Supergirl's glowing endorsement of prison worker programs shows how ill-equipped the show is to tackle systemic injustice in a meaningful way. → Read More

Supergirl Flirts with Horror and Fights Phantoms

Supergirl borrowed some beats from the horror genre in its effort to rid National City of phantoms, while considering Kara Zor-El's legacy. → Read More

How Legally Blonde Created a Feminist Hero Ahead of her Time

Legally Blonde became an instant classic when it hit theaters in 2001, giving us Elle Woods—a feminist hero who didn't have to give up her traditionally feminine traits and pursuits to be seen as smart and strong. → Read More

Does To All the Boys: Always and Forever Deliver a Satisfying Ending?

The Netflix adaptation of Jenny Han’s trilogy of YA romance novels is at an end. Does To All the Boys: Always and Forever live up to the promise of the franchise's first installment? → Read More