“We Don’t Need Roads”: Caseen Gaines and the Best Back to the Future Book Ever [Interview]

When I think of Back to the Future, the time-travel comedy that’s captivated millions of moviegoers since its release in 1985 (along with two surprisingly sturdy sequels in 1989 and 1990), I think about the “universal question” that Christopher Lloyd’s mad scientist Emmett L. “Doc” Brown asks in a Read More …

Documentary Filmmaker Mark Greczmiel Revives the Story of the California Golden Seals [Interview]

The California Golden Seals hockey team haven’t existed since 1976. That doesn’t mean documentary filmmaker Mark Greczmiel (pronounced Gretch-mal) loves them any less. Even in a league as obsessed with history as the NHL, the Golden Seals are often forgotten. Greczmiel set out to right that Read More …

Fairy Tale Americana: An Interview with Sleepy Hollow Comic Book Writer Marguerite Bennett

In the wake of New York Comic Con, Deadshirt staff writer Christina Harrington sat down with comic book writer Marguerite Bennett, known for her work at DC, Marvel, and BOOM! Studios, to discuss her work on the new Sleepy Hollow book based on the hit FOX horror series. Read More …

Shakespeare and Slapback: Trying to Find the Secrets of the Jim Jones Revue

Sharks have been the same since they showed up in the ocean a half billion years ago. Sleek, muscular, every inch a weapon with singular purpose. While other ocean dwellers have adopted bright colors or pack mentalities or inventive methods of reproduction, a shark today Read More …

Fast Times at DC, Marvel, and Vertigo: An Interview with Steve Bunche

By Luke Herr The comics industry has seen a tremendous number of changes over the past two decades, and Steve Bunche has been there through it all. Steve Bunche has worked as a production artist at both Marvel and DC, and as an associate editor Read More …

Performing in the Danger Zone: An Interview with Jessy Lynn Martens, Singing Voice of Cherlene on Archer

  This season of FX’s Archer is a bit different. One of this season’s main storylines follows Cheryl’s quest to become American’s number one country music star. One mind control chip later and she adopts the moniker Cherlene – same Cheryl, only countrified. This storyline was Read More …

A Side/B Side: A Review of RDGLDGRN’s Self-Titled Debut b/w A Short Interview

RDGLDGRN is a three-piece go-go influenced indie pop/hip hop act you should be listening to if you happen to like making your ears happy. They blend a relatable charm with a penchant for creating catchy and affecting jams that deftly straddle the line between rock Read More …

Hard Work, Lasers, & Bagels – An Interview with Batman Writer Marguerite Bennett

Marguerite Bennett is the newest writer picked up by DC Comics, working on titles like Batman Annual #2 (co-written with Scott Snyder), Lobo, and Batgirl. But this you already know. We decided to ask her some things that you might not know and what we Read More …