At Comic Book Herald, friend of the Gutter Sara Century writes about Steve Gerber’s run on Man-Thing! “Man-Thing Omnibus collects Man-Thing’s first appearances as well as most of Steve Gerber’s classic run on everyone’s second (or third) favorite fictional marsh creature. Though this story begins in familiar territory, […]
At Polygon, Ta-Nehisi Coates talks with Evan Narcisse about writing Black Panther, working with Marvel and more. “[T]here are people who make their living off of comic books. And I wish that Marvel found better ways to compensate the creators who helped make Black Panther Black Panther. I […]
Friend of the Gutter Ian McDowell interviews filmmaker and author John Sayles about his career and his latest book, The Wilmington Lie!
The Gutter’s own alex MacFadyen was called away on mysterious business and will be back next month with a new article. In the meantime, enjoy a classic essay from the CG Archives! ~~~ Christopher Robin said to Pooh: “Promise me you’ll always remember: You’re braver than you believe, […]
At Smithsonian Magazine, Natalie Escobar looks at “how Madeleine L’Engle liberated young adult literature.”
Nisi Shawl and Gerry Caravan discuss the work of Octavia Butler at the Library of America blog. “[M]uch of science fiction’s increasing inclusivity is due to Octavia’s presence. By modeling the creation of imaginary worlds in which she and those like her—and those unlike her yet also unlike […]