What if James Bond went to Bombay in the late 1970s and wasn’t so much a secret agent as a stylist and interior designer for a particularly aesthetics-oriented villain? The plot of Shaan has very little to do with any of the Bond films that I can remember. […]
At Women Write About Comics, Paige Allen considers Venom and desirability. “Yes, Tom Hardy is hot, but that doesn’t mean people are also attracted to his movie characters to the degree we’re seeing now. And while teratophilia is an incredibly valid sexual expression, it puts the onus of […]
Behold, “The Many Heists of Catwoman!” “Catwoman made her first appearance in 1940 in Batman #1, the same issue as the Joker. Over the years, she’s toned down her wanton criminal acts and taken to a more peaceful path, but we cannot forget that this is the woman […]
The Gutter’s own Beth has once again set up Filmi March Madness! This year vote for your favorite Vamps and Villainesses! Vote in the sweet sixteen round here!
“Why is it that I can easily remember the faces and voices of female cartoon villains, but if asked about female cartoon heroes, all I can remember is the clothes?” More on cartoon villainesses from Sarah Gailey at Tor.com. (Thanks, Adele!)
Our friends at Pornokitsch have selected Gustavo “The Chicken Man” Fring as their Villain of the Month. “Gus Fring was never meant to be the show’s Big Bad. Originally, he was slated to appear in only a few episodes as the mysterious big fish drug dealer helping high-school-chemistry-teacher-turned-crystal-meth-master-chef […]