Friend of the Gutter Emily Intravia talks about “kickass puppetry, terrifying emu attacks, William Malone’s Parasomnia, the cultural/continental divide between blue barber comb juice, and much more” on Re-Animates Podcast!
Friend of the Gutter Mark D. White writes about Captain America #365-7 and Damage Control #3-4 (Dec. 1989-1990). And there’s Namor! “These three issues of Captain America comprise the title’s involvement in the “Acts of Vengeance” crossover (which you may have noticed blazoned across each of the covers […]
“But sometimes, just to see the world I live in, I watch WrestleMania.” More on Werner Herzog and Wrestlemania here.
I’ve been watching Bond movies since seeing No Time to Die in the theater—I ACTUALLY WENT TO THE MOVIES!!!—so it’s time to bring another Indian spy-ish film to the Gutter. I say “-ish” because, as previously discussed, the formulas of popular Hindi cinema generally don’t allow for the […]
At All Arts, Erika T. Wurth wites about contemporary Native American speculative fiction. “An explosion in speculative Native American fiction is gaining commercial ground, and as a result, changing the way that non-Native and Natives think of Native people.”
Sakina Murdock writes about why she’s invested in independent publishing. “The problem is that proper ‘big’ publishing is broken. Not in a way that readers might consciously notice, but its systems are running on empty. Empty promises. Empty marketing budgets. Empty of innovation. Not completely empty, but running […]