RiskTakers
It was always risky business, putting words and pictures together and expecting an audience. When this first began, comics entwined itself with daily newspapers. But soon, the medium would find commercial expression for itself, as comicbooks. This summer, beginning by remembering the importance of the founding of Image Comics 18 years ago, PopMatters takes a hard, non-jaundiced look at comics culture. What were the risks inherent in making these books, both creative, and commercial? And who were the industry leaders? Who were the creators who blended together the commercial and the creative to produce the titles and the characters we still read today? RiskTakers, please RT.
Cult TV: Three Shows You Should Be Watching

Consider watching these true originals before American remakes completely ruin them or force them back into hiding underground.

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A Case of Nerves: An Interview with Peter Case

A founding member of the Nerves, the Plimsouls and the Breakaways talks about the timelessness of good rock and roll, and how looking back and going back are not the same thing.

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22 Mar 2012 // 10:00 PM

Robert Fripp: An Appreciation

Robert Fripp, King Crimson’s enigmatic guitarist, has never stopped experimenting. Crimson’s latest release, A Scarcity of Miracles, typifies his atypicality.

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Nick Cave’s The Death of Bunny Munro: A Rock Star’s Midlife Crisis or Valid Literature?

Regardless how history comes to look Nick Cave's The Death of Bunny Munro, in the context of Cave’s career, it stands alone as the purest distillation of his artistry -- a poetic novel with Cave’s inimitable brand of the grotesque, absurd and often comic nature of humanity.

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Moving Pixels Podcast: Unearthing the 'Charnel House'

// Moving Pixels

"This week we discuss Owl Creek Games's follow up to Sepulchre, the triptych of tales called The Charnel House Trilogy.

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