The Vulture has an interview with Simone MIssick, Misty Knight on Netflix’s Luke Cage. (There are plot details from Season 2). “The success of Luke Cage breaking Netflix was the reason why we have Black Panther and why we have Black Lightning, Cloak & Dagger, and all of […]
Our friends at Fox Spirit Books are posting a series of a pieces about women in horror for Women In Horror Month. So far there are pieces about Shirley Jackson’s The Haunting Of Hill House by Kate Laity; disability and motherhood in horror by K. Bannerman; and Crimson […]
Lithub’s M. Sophia Newman has a profile of all-around national treasure and world’s greatest author, Chuck Tingle. She also writes about writer’s block, trouble at the Hugos and the shoemaker’s elves. ‘“Chuck Tingle” is the nom de plume of a Billings, Montana, writer who produces a unique brand […]
“When she didn’t get an answer, Frances starting throwing punches.” You Must Remember This podcast looks at the life and legend of actor Frances Farmer.
John Ostrander writes about the upcoming animated feature of The Killing Joke, his reaction to the assault on Barbara Gordon and his and Kim Yale’s reinvention of Barbara Gordon as Oracle. “The last story that Kim and I worked on together before she died was Oracle Year One, […]
At The Middle Spaces, Robert Jones, Jr. writes about Cyborg: “DC Comics’ Cyborg is my least favorite black character currently being published in comic books. He illustrates how the black body functions in a white supremacist framework and embodies so many different offensive stereotypes of black people that […]