At Slate, Laura Hudson writes about Ernest Cline’s new book, Armada; gaming and greater geek culture; and the perils of nostalgia. “Do we want to tell stories that make sense of the things we used to love, that help us remember the reasons we were so drawn to them, and create new works that inspire […]
A gallery of sweet geeky art from Native American artist, Jeffrey Veregge. “My origins are not supernatural, nor have they been enhanced by radioactive spiders. I am simply a Native American artist and writer whose creative mantra in best summed up with a word from my tribe’s own language as: ‘taʔčaʔx̣ʷéʔtəŋ,’ which means ‘get into […]
The Art of Darian is doing some very interesting Black Panther art, from magazine covers featuring T’Challa (aka, Black Panther) to Wakandan currency to portraying T’Challa addressing the UN on C-Span. (via @profmdwhite)
“sometimes, we all get down sometimes, we all need to do something nice for ourselves sometimes, we all need to play dungeons and dragons with action star vin diesel.” Click here for the download. (via @popshifter)
Drive-In Mob has a variety of tremendous ringtones from In Like Flint‘s Derek Flint speaking porpoise to the Wilhelm Scream as well as other shenanigans like a club mix and “Sissy Goforth and The Seven Dwarf’s Yodel Song” created from Boom (1968). Drive-In Mob, it’s the shock of being alive. (The Cultural Gutter is a […]
Swell songs on disreputable topics: “Gom Jabbar “ by Chica Non Grata and “Bad Clone” by Victoria Squid.
The final four have been selected in the Great Filmi Comedy Uncle Bracket and you still have a chance to vote. Representing Classic Hindi film, Johny Walker takes on Johny Lever, winner of the Hindi Film 1995-2015 bracket. Representing the South, Brahmanandan takes on Wild Card winner Shammi Kapoor. Learn more about each contender and […]
Footage from Impossible Factual’s “The Great Martian War”. It blends historical footage from WWI with digital and recreated material to create a vision of The War Of The Worlds. (via @FOURDK)
At Comics Alliance, Kate Leth provides, “Roll With It”–an interactive tool for deciding on your Halloween costume this year.
Artist Jason Thompson creates illustrated walkthroughs of a Dungeons & Dragons game modules. And for more retro gaming fun, Retroist has a 1993 video TSR produced as a tutorial for the boardgame, Dragon Strike, and here is a trailer for TSR’s Wild Space. (via SharpCrye and Gravediggers Local)
How do you tell if you are in a Jane Austen novel? You could be in one right now. The Toast helps with “How To Tell If You Are In A Jane Austen Novel.”
A bit of Star Wars anime by Paul Michael Johnson, a.k.a. Otaking77077 (Thanks, Mortis!)
The Gutter’s own Carol shares a bit of her hardboiled Godzilla detective fiction at Monstrous Industry. Here’s a segment from “Three Kings” and two from “A Mark In Blue.”: ‘“Hell,’ I muttered, glancing down. My side was a mess of rearranged gears and blue coolant weeped from a broad gash. There was another smear of […]
Attention mathematicians and Simpsons fans: On Numberphile, Simon Singh and Brady Haran discuss Fermat’s Last Theorem’s appearances in culture and evaluate Homer Simpson’s solution.
An amazing fan-made trailer for a live-action adaptation of Katsuhiro Otomo’s Akira.
The fashions of The Cosby Show are reviewed at Huxtable Hotness.
Get ready for a new season of Mad Men with this collection of Absurdist Mad Men promotions, which the Cultural Gutter participates in and even encourages. Duck Phillips rules an undersea advertizing empire and “Pete feels slighted.”
Learn all about the geology of Game Of Thrones at Generation Anthrophocene.
“Doing a bit for a crime he didn’t commit, the man is giving Don one more shot.” Leroy and Clarkson present the trailer for Don-O-Mite, Mad Men Blaxploitation-style. (via @BlackGirlNerds)
At Existential Comics, Simone de Beauvoir, Jean-Paul Sartre, Immanuel Kant, Michel Foucault and Jacques Derrida play Dungeons & Dragons.keep looking »