Tag: masculinity

Enter the Dadlands

At Adventure Zone, the McElroys enter the post-apocalyptic world of… The Dadlands. It’s hilarious. “We developed a one-page RPG titled Dadlands, a post-apocalyptic dad-based survival sim. In July, we convinced Dimension 20 DM Brennan Lee Mulligan to run a game for us.”

“I’ve Heard The Mer-Man Singing”

Friend of the Gutter Jessica Ritchey writes about The Toys That Made Us, the fragility of masculinity and how we got where we are. “’The stories we tell matter’ is usually meant as a piece of feel good puffery. But there’s a real warning in that statement too. […]

“Book vs. Flick: The Stepford Wives”

Friend of the Gutter Sara Century writes about The Stepford Wives. “The story has been made into multiple films—the first being a play-by-play of the book in 1975, followed by mostly irrelevant sequels like Revenge of the Stepford Wives, The Stepford Children, and The Stepford Husbands. The original film retains […]