German first graders perform Kraftwerk’s “Die Roboter” while wearing cardboard robot costumes.
Though Sara Alfageeh is a talented artists, “This Sara Alfageeh interview has nothing to do with comics!” Instead she talks Game of Thrones with the MNT.
Jonathan Katz writes about the power of activist drag: “[F]rom our current vantage point, the advent of sloganeering clothing seems vastly less of a defining break with the past than in fact it was. Queer fashion once spoke sotto voce to insiders, at once defining membership in a […]
“When the first trailer for Captain Marvel dropped I had a frisson of deja vu. It wasn’t due to the image of the Blockbuster Video logo on the building she crash lands into, I have no love for the chain that slowly destroyed all the genuinely interesting mom […]
“I must be stubborn or blind to the world around me, but I believe that 2019 audiences still enjoy the clandestine arts of megalomania, quippy men in bespoke suits, and wildly inefficient research and design departments. James Bond is the name we know, but there’s also Derek Flint, […]
Friend of the Gutter Jessica Ritchey writes an ode to Mothra at Balder & Dash at RogerEbert.com. “The giant moth’s introduction to audiences came in 1961’s “Mothra,” and for all it owed to the conventions of the Kaiju formula it offered plenty that was unique. Instead of a […]