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ruckawriter:

I rarely use this to just blog. I’m going to just blog now, so you can all just ignore this if it’s not to your liking.

Warning. Contents under pressure.

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At The Gutter: The Worst Dressed Man In The Room

Every April we switch things up at the Cultural Gutter with editors writing about things outside their usual domain. This week, Keith writes about Michael Ginsberg, Mad Men and his own experience being "The Worst Dressed Man In The Room":

Diving into the fashion of Mad Men may seem a tired topic at this point, as the show rumbles into its final season. We’ve seen analysis of the clothing from stylistic, historical, and philosophical angles, and it would seem there’d be little left to say. Even the “Don is not a style icon; he’s a style dinosaur” approach that looks at how the coolest man in the room became a square was made overly obvious in the season seven premiere, when Don Draper arrives in L.A. looking more like the fabulous Megan Draper’s dad than her slick New York husband. Luckily for those of us who obsess about both television and style, however, Mad Men is a show with a deep roster of characters and things to say. Which is why I want to take a little time out to talk about the show’s worst-dressed character, and the one with whom I most closely identify: Michael Ginsberg.

twentypercentcooler:

phoning-it-in:

From the unreleased episode “Batman Meets Dracula”. 

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twentypercentcooler:

phoning-it-in:

From the unreleased episode “Batman Meets Dracula”. 

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is this real

An Oral History of MST3K

An Oral History of MST3K

“To celebrate the 25th anniversary of [Mystery Science Theater 3000]’s national debut, Wired presents an oral history of the greatest talk-back show ever made. It all begins in the late ’60s in rural Wisconsin, where there was this guy named Joel, not too different from you or me…” Read it here. (Thanks, Less Lee!)

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More Liefeld influence sighted. (The Gutter’s Keith feels there could be more pouches).

More Liefeld influence sighted. (The Gutter’s Keith feels there could be more pouches).

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DC Comics Bombshells by Ant Lucia

Global Pop Offensive!

Friend of the Gutter, Todd from Die, Danger, Die, Die, Kill! joins the Pop Offensive to share two hours of fine global pop. Listen here.

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