The Gutter’s own Carol writes about Roger Ebert, art and adapting: “I’ll miss Roger Ebert. He was complicated and messy and smart and talented and human.”
The Detroit Free Press has news about Robocop’s return to Detroit–in statue form.
A documentary about Milestone Media co-founder, comics creator, screenwriter and director Dwayne McDuffie.
“Ah shit, man, being a Juggalo is a hard thing. But at the same time, it’s the closest love you’re ever gonna have.” More from Jason Webber’s interview with Insane Clown Posse’s Shaggy 2 Dope here. (via Matt Staggs)
In 1978, Elmore Leonard followed Detroit Homicide’s murder felony unit, Squad 7 and wrote a story about it for The Detroit News Sunday Magazine. (Thanks, @booksadventures)
Was Robocop the best and most subversive action movie of the action movie’s golden period? Is there also some nostalgia at play?