Comic Book Herald shares 30 essential comics with Queer character and/or Queer creators! Some of the entries are written by friend of the Gutter Sara Century. Click through here and get some recommendations!
Bitches on Comics podcast talks to Grace Ellis. “We interview Grace Ellis, creator of Lumberjanes and Moonstruck, about her new graphic novel with Hannah Templer: Flung Out of Space, Patricia Highsmith’s impact on our culture and literature, and how we grapple with the legacies of influential, yet undeniably terrible […]
I don’t usually watch things more than once. Perhaps that makes me not “a proper little nerd”, as Nick affectionately calls Charlie in the Netflix tv adaptation of Alice Oseman’s queer teen romance webcomic and book series Heartstopper, but I’ve always just been more interested in moving on […]
At Slate, Evan Urquhart writes about Meat Loaf, Butch Lesbian Icon. “Gay and queer aesthetics are known for stepping outside of stereotypical categories for male/masculine and woman/feminine, but they often they make that step in one fairly predictable direction that we call androgyny. Androgyny is an aesthetic of […]
At Smithsonian Magazine, Fritzi Kramer writes about the importance of recovering lost silent films. Read it here. “These lost films have a resonance beyond film history. They might offer historians an opportunity to see historical figures like Sir Arthur Conan Doyle or Teddy Roosevelt. They might feature real […]
Hey, Bitches On Comics talk about the beloved mess of an archaeologist, Doctor Aphra! “We interview filmmaker, comic critic, and generally badass human Monika Estrella Negra about one of her favorite comic book characters: Doctor Aphra. We talk about our deep love for this self-serving archaeologist and her […]