There’s an excellent piece on the Great Gonzo, queer whatever performance artist, and the disappointment of Muppets From Space (1999) at Storming the Ivory Tower.
Metro Times has an interview with graphic novelist Deena Mohammed. “’I want my work to be respected for the content, not labeled as something just for Arab Americans, or the Arab option on the menu,’ she explains. ‘Unfortunately, pretty much every minority has the same problem of their […]
The solstice and the the Fourth of July have passed and summer is definitely upon us, my friends. It’s hot, with cicadas (Brood X and Broods Otherwise), fireflies, fireworks, thunderstorms and humidity released upon my part of the world at least. And I have some suggestions for things […]
At Booklist, Alexandria brown has some suggestions and offers some resources for librarians to build inclusive graphic novel collections and decolonize their libraries. “Decolonization work and graphic novels may not seem like an obvious pairing, but in fact, the two can go hand in hand. In recent years, […]
Friend of the Gutter Sara Century writes about Loki, Agent of Asgard! “Making his first appearance in Journey Into Mystery #85 in 1962, Loki spent several decades experiencing relatively little in the way of depth. Yet in recent years, his movie counterpart and a handful of dedicated comics […]
At Comic Book Herald, friend of the Gutter Sara Century writes about Steve Gerber’s run on Man-Thing! “Man-Thing Omnibus collects Man-Thing’s first appearances as well as most of Steve Gerber’s classic run on everyone’s second (or third) favorite fictional marsh creature. Though this story begins in familiar territory, […]