On The Art of Process podcast, Aimee Mann and Ted Leo talk with Rebecca Sugar about her artistic process. “The multi-talented Rebecca Sugar is the creator and showrunner of the wildly imaginative Steven Universe on Cartoon Network. Ted, Aimee, and Rebecca discuss how the show is able to […]
Hasbro is streaming free episodes of GI Joe: A Real American Hero on YouTube and you can watch here!
Always a man of mystery and adventure, Keith Allison is on a mission this week. He’ll return to us next month, but in the meantime, enjoy one of his earlier adventures… ~~~ Late Spring 1978, Clarksville Drive-In, Indiana — The car bounced to a halt on the uneven […]
Behold Tony Millionaire’s contribution to Star Wars tales, “George R. Binks; The Tragic Story of Jar-Jar’s Father!” (via Tom Speelman)
Horror Editor Angela closes out our annual Switcheroo Month with some thoughts on Barbie: Life in the Dreamhouse. ~~~ As regular readers may remember from my near-constant referencing of it, I am a mother. That’s right; I’m responsible for the care and feeding of a 4-year-old girl child. […]
At KPBS, Beth Accomando interviews Jay Patrick about non-James Bond spy movies and Nora Flore about screwball comedies to watch during quarantine! (PS. They’re all friends of the Gutter, so’s you know).
At Citylab, Elizabeth Yuko writes about how epidemics influenced the design of American bathrooms–and American homes. “This isn’t a linear narrative with clear causation, but rather a convergence of advancements in science, infrastructure, plumbing, sanitation and design trends. The modern bathroom developed alongside outbreaks of tuberculosis, cholera and […]