Sonja Palmer writes about grief, I Kill Giants and Captain Marvel at Panels.net. “When I think of grief, I think of 2011. I think of feeling overwhelmed and lonely and how those emotions built up until I was furious at everything because at least being mad is better […]
Our sister site Pornokitsch shares three visions of New York from Will Eisner, Fantasia, and Dark Dark Dark. “New York, New York. Is there any city that has featured in as many stories, songs and films? Ok, maybe Paris, but ignoring that – definitely New York. The representations […]
Pacific-Standard interviews friend of the Gutter Mark D. White about Marvel’s Civil War and how it illustrates ethical conflicts. “Civil War goes back to these classic ideas of liberty versus security that we, at least in America, have been dealing with intensely since 9/11. When it comes to […]
The writers of Women Write About Comics share their problematic favorite characters from comics, manga, anime and tv.
Friend of the Gutter Mark White talks about philosophy and Marvel’s Civil War on NerdSync Podcast. “Marvel’s Civil War is a unique event in the comic book world. It’s not superheroes fighting a giant monster or facing the end of the universe. It’s heroes battling against each other […]
I recently finished watching the second season of Agent Carter and after the last episode was over I was left with a familiar feeling, something akin to loss. It’s a feeling I’ve always gotten when there’s nothing more left of a story or character that really captured my […]