At Syfy, friend of the Gutter Sara Century writes of the creepy loves of Count Dracula in comics, film and animation.
Rebellion has just acquired a catalog of comics with titles dating back 130 years. “It means the Oxford company now has biggest catalogue of English language comic book properties in the world. The deal includes Billy Bunter, Sexton Blake, Valiant, Look-In, and the 19th Century title Comic Cuts. […]
At the Virtues of Captain America, friend of the Gutter Mark. D. White looks at Avengers #32-3 (Sept. / Oct. 1966). “These two issues are not heavy on ethical content related to Captain America specifically, but it is a particularly timely story… unfortunately. It deals with a white […]
“Two girls. One Train. A world full of zombies.” Check out the prettiness and the sadness of Olivia Vieweg here. (Thanks, Sachin!)
Brian Cronin writes about Marie Severin at Comic Book Resources. “The late Marie Severin is probably best known today for her long association with Marvel Comics, where she worked from the late 1950s until the mid-1990s. She was a popular penciler, drawing the first five issues of Incredible […]
Friend of the Gutter Sara Century writes a history of Mary Shelley in pop culture for SyFy. “There’s no denying that Mary Shelley led a fascinating life. She was the child of two prominent political writers, one of whom was a renowned proto-feminist who died shortly after childbirth. […]