Supernatural Has Become The Inspiration Of Many Creators In Different Fields

Following what you are passionate about defines who you really are and opens the door to new opportunities

Alicia Domínguez
4 min readJul 23, 2022


Image of a shelf Supernatural DVD’s and books
Picture by the author

I’ve been writing about the Gothic since day one on this platform, but only today I came across a painter and writer who shares the same passion for the American Horror Supernatural series as me: Supernatural.

It was an amazing portrait of Jared Padalecki (Sam Winchester in the series) that caught my attention.

As I was reading the article, I realised how much this painting and many others in the same article were connected to the writer’s personal discovery. Like many of us, Mandy Zeller is on a journey of self-recognition and one of the things that are actually helping her figure out her painting style is getting out of the fixed frame given to her by drawing what she really wants to draw.

The key phrase in her article for me was:

In the end, I got bored of painting the faces the teachers wanted me to paint and I switched to painting portraits of characters from my favorite tv show instead.

In the end, it all comes down to what really moves us as creators and in this instance, Supernatural is one of those series that has moved many people in many ways.

The after-taste that started it all for me

When the series finished, many of us found comfort in talking to other fans. The way we felt once we knew the series was coming to an end, and then the big finale changed us forever.

Despite having talked about Supernatural for hours with my husband and my sister -we even made two videos for my channel- I still felt I needed more.

I had this urge to contribute to keeping it alive as well as wanting to be one of the first ones to be informed of any news, future productions and even what the actors and actresses had…



Alicia Domínguez

English philologist/ magazine owner/Independent researcher/ Life guide through Gothic Literature and Jungian Psychology