Lacy Baugher, Den Of Geek

Lacy Baugher

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Alexandria, VA, United States

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Recent:
  • Den Of Geek
Past:
  • Syfy
  • Paste Magazine
  • Star Trek
  • WETA
  • Screen Rant
  • Tracking Board
  • The Mary Sue
  • The Baltimore Sun

Recent articles by Lacy:

Twenty Years After Alias, TV Still Needs More Sydney Bristows

Alias laid a lot of the groundwork for the television trends that would become commonplace in the years following its debut. → Read More

How Cruel Summer Recontextualizes Our Understanding of Teenage Trauma

Before Impeachment: American Crime Story arrived, Freeform's Cruel Summer got the conversation started on how culture treats young women. → Read More

What Stargirl Gets So Right About Its Villains

One of the best parts about Stargirl is its nuanced, often sympathetic villains. → Read More

How the Legends of Tomorrow Season 6 Finale Pulled off a Huge Avalance Moment

Legends of Tomorrow Season 6 has had its ups and downs, but one thing remains consistently great: Ava and Sara's love story → Read More

How Stargirl Finally Brings the Green Lantern to the DC TV Universe

The Green Lantern has finally arrived in the DC TV universe - just not in the way many people likely expected. → Read More

The Green Knight embraces the weirdness at the heart of the Arthurian myth

Sir Gawain and the Green Knight is a surreal, dreamlike story that embraces the contradictions within its own narrative and explores a very modern tension between sin, regret, and redemption. So, too, does Lowrey’s screen adaptation. → Read More

What Superman & Lois Gets So Right About Clark Kent

Superman & Lois has upped its action quotient and DC lore in recent episodes, but it's still the way it emphasizes the humanity of its characters that sets it apart. → Read More

The Flash’s 150th Episode Proves the Show’s Future is in Good Hands

The Flash celebrates a major milestone by looking to the future in the first half of the Season 7 finale. → Read More

Loki's Head Writer Loves Alligator Loki As Much as You Do

It's Alligator Loki's world, and we all just live in it. → Read More

Sylvie is the Secret Heart of Marvel’s Loki

Sophia Di Martino's prickly, ferocious Sylvie is the secret to Loki's success. → Read More

Marvel's Loki: Everything We Know About Sylvie (So Far)

Marvel's Loki has introduced us to the mysterious Sylvie, who may or may not be a Lady Loki. What's her deal, anyway? → Read More

The Flash Finally Gave Killer Frost the Redemption Story She Deserves

The Flash finally gives (KIller) Frost the redemption story we've been waiting a long time to see. → Read More

Zari has quietly become the stealth MVP of Legends of Tomorrow. Twice.

Since its debut in 2016, The CW's DC's Legends of Tomorrow has been steadily making a name for itself as one of the strangest, bravest, and most downright delightful superhero shows on television, thanks to its ever-shifting cast of characters, weird humor, and fearless dedication to going where no series has gone before. Sometimes literally. → Read More

Batwoman: Where Does Wallis Day's Kate Kane Fit in Gotham?

We talked to Batwoman's Wallis Day about bringing Kate Kane back to Gotham. → Read More

Shadow and Bone’s Alina is What a Modern Feminist Fantasy Heroine Looks Like

In Alina, Shadow and Bone gives us a heroine who embraces her power without sacrificing any of her heart. → Read More

Shadow and Bone's Best Change From the Books is Mal & Alina's Relationship

Mal is one of the weakest characters in the Grishaverse book series. In Netflix's Shadow and Bone adaptation, his relationship with Alina is the show's foundation. → Read More

Shadow and Bone Review: Netflix Adaptation Brings the Magic

No mourners. No funerals. Netflix’s adaptation of Leigh Bardugo’s bestselling fantasy novels will delight existing Shadow and Bone fans and newcomers alike. → Read More

The Flash: How Do You Solve a Problem Like the Speed Force?

The Flash's depiction of the Speed Force has always been messy and strange. In "Growing Pains," it's worse than ever. → Read More

The Flash: Why Chester’s Moment in the Spotlight Matters

“The One with the Nineties” finally puts Chester P. Runk center stage. → Read More

How The Falcon and the Winter Soldier Finally Gives Sharon Carter Her Due

The Falcon and the Winter Soldier finally gives us the Sharon Carter we should have seen onscreen all along. → Read More