Posts tagged: animals
The Gutter’s own Carol interviews Peter Strickland (Berberian Sound Studio; The Duke of Burgundy) about his films, sound design, mole crickets, pheromonal perfume and the pressure to put on a persona. Read it at the Toronto International Film Festival’s official Vanguard Program blog.
Friend of the Gutter, Samit Basu shares “7 Strange ‘Indian’ Creatures” at Huffington Post. “I’ve never written an “about India” book — the closest I’ve come is setting large parts of a superhero novel, Turbulence, in India — but I did notice several British and American reviewers mentioning that reading it made them realize that people in India weren’t too different from them. Which always makes…
Tor has an excerpt from Resistance, the latest book by friend of the Gutter, Samit Basu: “A giant lobster rises slowly out of Tokyo Bay. It is an old-school kaiju, 300 feet long, and stands upright, its hind limbs still under water, in defiance of biology, physics and all codes of lobster etiquette.”
As some of you may or may not know… I painted ALL of the Maximum Fun podcast hosts as cats. As MaxFun is mid-stream in their annual pledge drive: if you like their shows, I ask you to go and visit them and donate what you can. Because much like the idea behind Image comics, they believe that if you make something, you should get money for the thing you make.
And if you donate $10 a month you can get the 18 month calendar of all my MaxFun kitty paintings. Which is, to toot my own horn, pretty rad.
And you don’t have to take my word for it, Judge John Hodgcat implores you: don’t don’t donate. #dodonate !!! @jessethorn @hodgman
10 Comics I Liked In 2013
It’s an amazing time in comics right now. There are too many good ones for me to even read them…