James Earl Jones and Christopher Walken read Edgar Allan Poe’s “The Raven.”
Lord Byron talks trash about his literary rivals: “Southey and Turdsworth such renegado rascals.” (Thanks, Jen!)
When James Warren and Archie Goodwin started Blazing Combat in 1965, they made a war comic that might, in Warren’s Words, love guns but hate bullets (195), depicting war as sometimes necessary but always hateful and horrific. Blazing Combat was fully automatic for four issues Blazing Combat […]
Check out Gutter editor Chris Szego’s “Four Years Later” at Strange Horizons.
Ever wonder what the Kool-Aid Man would be like as a veteran of the San Francisco Beat poetry scene? Alan Moore and Peter Bagge know the score.
Around the 5th time I read my nephew The Cat in the Hat, I started thinking. Sure, I might have been overthinking my thinker and overpuzzling my puzzler reading the book 15 times in half an hour and cutting it with The Cat in the Hat Comes Back!, […]