Tag: Gutter Trash

842a. Crotchshot

On today’s milestone 350th episode of Gutter Trash, we review Fred Van Lente & Ryan Dunlavey’s THE COMIC BOOK HISTORY OF COMICS. It’s incredibly informative, educational, and entertaining. And, Van Lente & Dunlavey create the single greatest comic character within the pages of CBHoC. So great, that my pal and Gutter Trash co-host Jason Young …

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240b. Jason Young

Today the 300th episode (BATMAN & ROBIN!) of my podcast Gutter Trash is released. The 300th episode is a long time coming, in fact, it should have happened last year. Unfortunately, tragedy struck, and my co-host Jason needed some time away from the show. When he came back ready, it wasn’t too long after that …

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Last night, I watched The Bay, a found footage horror film about mutant parasites directed by Barry Levinson and starring a girl in the tightest pants ever worn by a human and it was amazing. The movie is okay. I did learn something though. Have fun being horrified. Prior to that, Gutter Trash reviewed The …

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Watched The Abominable Dr. Phibes for Gutter Trash, which will be up soon.

115. Kinetix

So we’re down to the final week of Legion of Superheroes Month. The last six days here are going to be fairly lady heavy. I’m not sure how it worked out that way. Actually, I am. Fear. Pure fear. In art, like life, I fear the ladies. *** Zardoz. To be reviewed on Gutter Trash.

81. Jim Rockford

I’m bad at likenesses. I’ve been watching the first season of THE ROCKFORD FILES for a couple weeks now. I enjoy it a lot, but the episodes have a sameness to them that a lot of older series suffer from (which is why I’ve not been able to watch too many of the old INCREDIBLE …

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369 – Marshal Law

Marshal Law is one of those books that was always on the periphery for me when I started reading comics. I would order back issues and trades and such from a mail order catalog – usually X-Men or Batman related stuff. But a couple books always stood out in the ads I would see. Things …

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288 – Star

Star was (is?) a supporting character from Erik Larsen’s Savage Dragon, a character and creator I have gone on about at length. Star was sort of a Spider-Man-ish character, but Larsen added some twists and to the archetype and to the character itself, making him a beloved recurring hero. Anyway, there’s a guy I know …

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10/21 It may not look like it, but yes it’s horror related. It’s a panel from a short story I’m working on, a horror/western. So, y’know, trust me. New episode of Gutter Trash will be available tomorrow sometime. Tried to watch Beyond Re-Animator, but a) it sucked, and b) the disc was cracked. Netflix!!!

Frankenstein’s Monster

10/14 Frankenstein’s Monster was always one of my favorite classic creatures. I don’t know why, exactly, but it always appealed to me. I read the novel when I was in 3rd Grade. I was obsessed. I’ll probably come back around to him before the month is up. Recording Gutter Trash tonight. Having dinner with my …

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