At The Escapist, Darren Mooney writes about nostalgia the future in the last season of Star Trek: Picard. “The Star Trek universe used to seem vast and infinite, populated by hundreds of individuals who all had their own stories. More than that, these characters had lives and relationships […]
Wil Wheaton performs “William F*cking Shatner” with Paul & Storm at Largo. Listen here.
“But as we move not forward but outward, Sisko’s non-linear, non-binary arc in ‘Emissary’ can help. It can remind us that we leave ourselves here, and we carry ourselves onward. We exist before all of this, too, not in a Funko Pop! of a nostalgic character, but in […]
“Maybe you’ve heard that people are mad about Black actors being cast in Lord of the Rings. Or Game of Thrones. Or maybe it was Star Wars. Or perhaps Thor. Wait, maybe it was Titans, or Superman. The Witcher? Or maybe you heard that people are angry that […]
Sachin Hingoo kicks off this year’s Switcheroo Month at the Gutter. This year the Gutter’s editors are writing about reputable art rather than disreputable art for a whole month! Heads up: The following contains minor spoilers for A24’s Everything Everywhere All At Once (2022) and Paramount’s Star Trek: […]
Michael Chabon shares some of his notes on Romulan culture for Star Trek: Picard.