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u/stophauntingme · 1 pointr/Supernatural

Read about Lynn's books here on her Amazon Author page -- she's promoting Family Don't End With Blood right now. Book summary:

>How a Show, and the Support of Its Fandom, Changed—and Saved—Lives

>Supernatural, a three-time People’s Choice Award winner for Favorite Sci-Fi/Fantasy TV Show and Tumblr’s 2015 Most Reblogged “Live Action TV,” has made a name for itself by supporting and encouraging its fans to “always keep fighting,” and a memorable line from early in the show’s run, “Family don’t end with blood,” became an inspiring mantra for many who found community in the fandom.

>In 25 powerful chapters written by Supernatural’s actors and fans, including series lead Jared Padalecki, plus special messages from Jensen Ackles, Misha Collins, and Mark Sheppard, Family Don’t End with Blood: Cast and Fans On How Supernatural Has Changed Lives examines the far reach of the show’s impact for more than a decade. Supernatural has inspired fans to change their lives, from getting “sober for Sam” to escaping a cult to pursuing life-long dreams. But fans aren’t the only ones who have been changed. The actors who bring the show to life have also found, in the show and its community, inspiration, courage, and the strength to keep going when life seemed too hard.

>Including essays and special messages from Supernatural ’s cast:

>Jared Padelecki (“Sam Winchester”)

>Jensen Ackles (“Dean Winchester”)

>Misha Collins (“Castiel”)

>Mark Sheppard (“Crowley”)

>Jim Beaver (“Bobby Singer”)

>Ruth Connell (“Rowena MacLeod”)

>Osric Chau (“Kevin Tran”)

>Rob Benedict (“Chuck Shurley aka God”)

>Kim Rhodes (“Sheriff Jody Mills”)

>Briana Buckmaster (“Sheriff Donna Hanscum”)

>Matt Cohen (“Young John Winchester”)

>Gil McKinney (“Henry Winchester”)

>Rachel Miner (“Meg Masters”)

>Collected and edited by Lynn S. Zubernis, a clinical psychologist, professor, and passionate Supernatural fangirl, Family Don’t End with Blood provides an insightful and often uplifting look into the way international fan communities become powerful, positive forces in the lives of so many.

>In keeping with the show’s message to “always keep fighting,” a portion of the proceeds from the book will be donated to RANDOM ACTS, a nonprofit founded by Misha Collins, and AT TITUDES IN REVERSE, whose mission is to educate young people about mental health and suicide prevention.

u/IAMAEukaryoteAMA · 2 pointsr/Supernatural

A large majority of my understanding of grammar in English is based on me learning it in Latin first. The way that my Latin teacher runs his class is really great and has made the subject very fun for me.

I started out with this book, but because my Latin teacher picked me to represent our class at State Literary Rally, I finished that book even though I wasn't supposed to until the end of our Latin II class. Now, I am working in this book. I don't really need any help with anything now, but I'll be sure to save your name and PM you if I do.

Thanks for all the info, you've been very helpful. Vale, amice!

u/mithrim · 4 pointsr/Supernatural

Alright. These two books are based off the series and seem like a cool bit of memorabilia.

(Bobby's guide to hunting)

(John's journal) (very important in the early seasons)

Or there's a nice supernatural themed travel mug that your friend might enjoy. It has a well known quote from the pilot episode on it.

All of these are around $12 each so you could do a bundle of all of them and still be under budget.

u/eightofnine · 3 pointsr/Supernatural

I know there is a lot of free fanfic online but it seems like most of it is the slash stuff. Have you tried any of the published books? Some of them aren't bad and are like reading an individual episode (kind of like the Doctor Who books). I've enjoyed most of the ones I've read just as fillers between seasons. Here's a link to one of the more recent ones, and you can see on the page the other ones:

u/HarleyQ · 1 pointr/Supernatural

There's a book called John Winchesters Journal, I've read it and I'm sad to say it's one of the single most poorly written things I've ever read.

It has "experts" from his journal, but the rest of it is half from the brothers point of view (you're never sure which because it changes mid sentence some times) and parts of it are written from the authors point of view. He'll switch between calling them "The brothers" and explaining their life, to having the brothers talking about their lives but you never know which one is talking some times.

However there's another book called Bobby Singers Guide to Hunting and it's absolutely amazing. It honestly almost brought me to tears because it's so good.

u/Dr_Mysterion · 2 pointsr/Supernatural

How has the DVD not come out for you guys?

It came out in Australia a month ago and we're always behind on everything!!!!

Have you tried google play? Amazon might have it, is UK region 2? Because I found this on Amazon uk...

u/mostly-void · 1 pointr/Supernatural

Don't know if this is what you're looking for, but this book was really good. Talks about the real-life mythology of the monsters, angels, etc.

u/d2490n · 3 pointsr/Supernatural

I don't know much about RPG vija games but you may find this helpful. Its a table top Supernatural RPG.

u/bowlnoodlez · 4 pointsr/Supernatural

I don't just have that but nearly every licensed song that's been on the show, every song listed in the "playlists" in the back of the novels, not to mention the official TV soundtrack. All of them organized neatly into numerous folders and sub-folders based on what episode or book they are from, with txt documents explaining the organization.

I'm kind of obsessed.

u/Beast815 · 2 pointsr/Supernatural

Theres also John Winchesters Journal, but I don't know if they make it any more.

here it is on Amazon

u/TehKita · 4 pointsr/Supernatural

This is John's journal, yeah? Isn't there something they published with/alongside the book series? I don't know anything about it, but I remember seeing it when I was looking into the books for my mom...

edit: I believe this is what I was thinking of...

u/Snpn2slmjim · 2 pointsr/Supernatural

Theres that buffy game maybe find a place online for a cheap version though

u/LittleHelperRobot · 2 pointsr/Supernatural

Non-mobile: buffy game

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u/thebrandon · 2 pointsr/Supernatural

There are several books.

Bone Key:

Witch's Canyon:

And a few more. They tend to be on larger scale than the tv episodes and there are usually a lot more deaths before the boys figure it out.

u/DangItBobbyHill · 2 pointsr/Supernatural

The Key of Solomon, the book that Bobby lets Sam take in "Devil's Trap" is a "real" grimoire. Though the ones on Amazon probably won't have that old, dusty appeal.

u/LuciferSPN · 2 pointsr/Supernatural

> showing him so frequently before bringing him back fully in season 11 may have hampered the impact of his return.

Not if it was with flashbacks that are pertinent to that season's plot.

>It's implied humans at that time were evil, so they had to start from scratch.

Weird that's exactly the defence bible god used and it amounts to I don't like you SMITE!!!

>God in this show is a neglectful asshole.

Yes but is he outright malicious? Is he Bible god?

>...I'm just going to... not... answer that.

I'm not psychotic I just mean if they keep having us assume things happened the way they did in the bible, Weeelllll......

u/BadLincoln · 1 pointr/Supernatural

Shit that sucks man. The only other thing I can think of (Other than pirating) would just to buy a boxed set. They are dirt cheap used on amazon.

u/SPNLucifer · 1 pointr/Supernatural

Because god has absolute knowledge and power and does nothing to help any situation except aggravate it for drama purposes. Sam and Dean don't have power or foreknowledge and are just trying to clean up the world god left behind and they don't know what apocalypse will be caused by their actions. God does and he's literally been toying with them since day 1.

He helped in season5 just to serve the story and again 1 order from god and the archangels would have stopped fighting and Sam and Adam wouldn't have wound up in the cage.

God can help and not totally abandon his creation without interfering free will and by your logic he interfreared with Lucifer and Amara's free will by caging them and he's inconsistent that way.

>They say he can see future outcomes but he did not see Sam shooting him. The same he did not see Sam and Dean releasing Amara.

He saw both of those and did nothing about them because its all a game to him and for the shooting him, he's got some plan with that as well. I'm thinking he knew they would fight him on Jack and he knew this would be the final season so he wanted them to fight him and made himself the final villain on purpose. That's a good story but it still makes him an asshole for toying and manipulating everyone since the beginning.

God helping doesn't violate free will I mean he could even have just helped the individual fights more by leaving more hands of god lying around. Sam and Dean need help to beat anything Angel or higher.

Well yes, if a human had the cure to everything they would also be evil for not using it. I don't hate god but in the FICTIONAL world where he exists but does nothing he is evil. I mean in Supernatural he exists and is responsible for everything including angels and demons and is manipulating everything. So yes I hate the fictional character as a fan of the TV show. I do not blame some being for all the bad in real life or thank anyone other then myself and the rest of humanity responsible for the good. That's religious people that do for god and the devil respectively. Neither one exists but if they did then god would be the worst monster and supernatural is portraying him accurately to how he was in the bible. Where you and I differ is that I understand that this makes him the villain and am not making excuses for him. The character of god is the worst character in all of fiction (

In our world we are alone and have to fix everything ourselves, but it also means that we weren't evil's or tainted since Eden and that ridiculousness. Unlike supernatural we don't have monsters demons or angels trying to kill us And there's also no worry of fire and brimstone for being anything less then perfect. Nothing created and abandoned us and the good and bad are just nature and that's certainty preferable to the fictional god's master plan. With the Supernatural world in play though god is responsible for everything and has a responsibility to fix it because he's the one who broke it in the first place.