For Women’s History Month, SyFy Fangrrls has created a limited podcast series focusing on “Forgotten Women of Genre,” women who deserve more recognition for their contribution to genre, including: Pauline Hopkins, Lotte Reiniger, Leigh Brackett, Hannah Beachler, Shirley Walker, Marie Severin, Meiko Kaji, Marcia Lucas, Nicole Perlman, Delia […]
The Gutter’s own Keith Allison writes about Umberto Lenzi’s The Triumph Of Robin Hood for Diabolique magazine. “Following the template of the rollicking Errol Flynn swashbuckler and Hammer Films’ more recent Sword of Sherwood Forest (1960, starring Peter Cushing as the dastardly Sheriff of Nottingham!), The Triumph of […]
Friend of the Gutter Christine Makepeace has a story up at The Selkie. It’s “Shoot The Messengers; Burn The Witch.” You should definitely read it.
At Fanbytes, Avelene Perry writes about the worst possible dates in all of the Dragon Age trilogy. “Dragon Age is a series of three fantasy RPGs about sarcastic queer people saving the world, being miserable in a bad city, and militarizing the world’s largest religion, respectively. The games […]
Lord of the Rings‘ plot is clarified as a transcript of a bunch of people playing Dungeons and Dragons. “Starts with a long, low-level adventure of just getting out of The Shire and getting the ring to Rivendell. DM originally prepped a low-level hobbit campaign for their roommates […]
Open Culture. has images and discussion of J. R. R. Tolkien’s art. And they have links to see more at The Tolkien Gateway. “Beyond perusing the images in the Tolkien Gateway, you’ll also want to have a look at Wayne G. Hammond and Christina Scull’s book, J.R.R. Tolkien: Artist […]