392-Gutter Talk Podcast – Sex and Violence /
ONLY LIVING BOY interview with David Gallaher and Steve Ellis!

GUTTER TALK! Episode 38:
JD is joined by Tim From Last Week, The Official Grace Gordon and Liz CrookedxHill to discuss Sex and Violence in Comics, and Bryan Lee O’Malley’s Snotgirl issue 1! Then David Gallaher and Steve Ellis sit down with us to talk about their creator-owned book ONLY LIVING BOY!

01:11 – Sex Vs Violence In Comics
21:00 – Snotgirl 1 discussion
35:25 – Only Living Boy Interview! David Gallaher and Steve Ellis

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5 Comments to “392-Gutter Talk Podcast – Sex and Violence /
ONLY LIVING BOY interview with David Gallaher and Steve Ellis!”

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  1. J.Goodwin says:

    Man, I don’t know what to say about this. The Walking Dead (the comic) was too violent and depraved for me. I bought the first omnibus trade and could not finish it. I only got as far as where Michonne was raped and tortured by the governor and I said to myself, “no, I will not read any more of this, this is not appropriate entertainment media.” There’s no redeeming value to any of the things that happen in The Walking Dead. It is a classic example of violence without meaning or message as far as I can tell. There is no there there, so I won’t continue to immerse myself in it, and I’m not about to recommend it to anyone else.

  2. JD (Host) says:

    I totally understand why you think that. Because it’s true, lol. The message seems to be “hey people are just as bad, if not worse than the zombies…it’s the PEOPLE WHO ARE THE WAAAAALLKINNNNG DEAAAADDDDD!!!!” And if that’s the message, than I think that became clear years ago. But it’s solid Horror story-telling. Most horror films are the same. Violence for the sake of violence. As a horror lover, this stuff even bothers ME sometimes.

  3. J.Goodwin says:

    Well, FWIW, I’ve only walked out of two movies in my life.

    One was Pocahantas, the other one was Scream. I understand, from what people told me after that, that it’s kind of a comedy after the first scene, but I was not prepared for another hour and a half of what I was seeing on screen there. I’ve got feels, yo.

  4. JD (Host) says:

    Yeah, SCREAM is definitely a horror/comedy, but if you didn’t like the first scene, you might not want to bother with the rest.

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