Claire Napier has shared her digital zine anthology, Get Ready For The Big Chop: Digressions On When Pro-Wrestlers Change Their Hair And What It Means! You can read it for free here.
At the Vintagent, Paul D’Orléans writes about the history of one-piece utility suits from boilersuits to Catwoman and Girl On A Motorcycle (1968). “The story of the ‘boilersuit’ and its (super)heroic descendants is a curious tale; a purely functional clothing item historically laden with a mix of Utopian […]
Wired profiles the amazing Lexi Alexander: ‘“In martial arts, for every attack there is a counter you can throw,” she says. “Somebody traps you, you can throw a hook. But there is no counter for bias” in the entertainment business. “You cannot be super nice. You cannot be […]
The Nerdist shares some of the neurology behind Bruce Lee’s speed and his famous One Inch Punch. There is also some amazing footage of Lee demonstrating his skills.
Caity Weaver spends the day with Dwayne Johnson and writes about it for GQ. “When Dwayne Johnson meets you (and I can assure you, he would love to), the first thing he will do is ask you six thousand questions about yourself, and remember the answers forever. If […]
Friend of the Gutter and TIFF Midnight Madness Blogger Sachin Hingoo writes about the state of wrestling for his “Best of 2016” list at Popshifter. “Fuck everything, right? I remarked to a friend, soon after the reality of 2016’s crushing blows to decency started to set in, that […]
At Polygon, Ashley Oh writes about the appeal of Yuri On Ice. “So how is an ice skating anime so popular that it crashed Crunchyroll? Yuri on Ice packages an extremely niche thing into something fascinating — even relatable — for mass audiences. It’s one of the most […]