Fictional places and/or geographical features you would like to visit

Arlen, Texas
Pizza Planet
Erinsborough

3 Likes

London

2 Likes

The cover of Pinkerton. It looks so cozy.

3 Likes

Star’s Hollow

8 Likes

Would like to:

Visit Luke’s
Bump into Kirk
Go and see Emily

Would not like to:

Have anything to do with Lorelai or Rory.

2 Likes

Willy Wonka’s factory, as long as he’s not there cos he’s a perv

6 Likes

‘The World between Worlds’ from The Magician’s Nephew

Fuck going in the Narnia pool though, there’s a billion other watery portals from there that I’m sure are more fun

The land of chocolate

4 Likes

The Shire on the night they have that big do at the start of LOTR looks quite fun, would be up for that.

Would not be interested in visiting any other night of the year.

1 Like

Quite like the look of one of the woods in the hobbit. Just avoid the giant spiders.

The world of pokemon

The underwater world in that episode of Bojack

Pawnee, Indiana

3 Likes

Thought this said Björk and thought I’d missed an album

The Death Star
Discworld

1 Like

Coruscant

I was gonna say Endor but I don’t fancy the post-Death Star destruction nuclear winters

It may have been alright when the rebel base was active, though it’s odd that the ewoks seemed to be an unknown species to our plucky band of heroes when they landed there

No doubt some Space Wars geek will correct me here

1 Like

The town from Kiki’s Delivery Service.

The mining towns from Castle in the Sky.

The bathhouse from Spirited Away.

The village from My Neighbour Totoro.

4 Likes

North Haverbrook

1 Like

Wayne’s basement

1 Like