Tag: dystopia

Technotise

Technotise looks like Japanese anime, but it’s Serbian. And it’s getting a live action remake. Here’s hoping Tecnhotise survives and we all get to see the animated version.

Unlimited Fear, Limited Controls

Michael Thomson talks about the traps and dangers of survival horror and gaming: “There’s no limit to fear of the unknown, but as soon as an enemy is quantifiable the boundaries are drawn. Fear will eventually become supplanted with frustration or, worse, tedium.”

Evan Munday in the News!

Gutter friend and Quarter-Life Crisis writer/artist Evan Munday answers The National Post‘s questionnaire for the Toronto Comic Arts Festival. His advice? Learn to ink early. (If you want more Evan, Carol’s interview with him is here).

The Gutter Makes Good!

If you’re in Toronto May 6, there’s a book launch for the Gutter’s own Jim Munroe and Shannon Gerrard’s graphic novel about post-Rapture Detroit, Sword of My Mouth. If you’re not in Toronto, you can catch Jim and Shannon at their Detroit launch May 10. More info on […]