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KillStar Cat Lady Apparel

KillStar Black Cat Lace-Up Tunic

KillStar has a fun new series of lace-up tunics with cat themes. I love that they have sizes ranging from XS all the way through 4XL. The whole collection is made of black soft jersey, which is a sort of T-shirt material. The long tunic style can be worn with jeans or leggings or stockings […]

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New Gothic Men’s Coat from Punk Rave

PunkRave Goth Men's Coat

The incredible designers at Punk Rave have struck again. Their newest item of men’s apparel is a three quarter length black coat. This fitted piece is made of polyester in varying textures, with a few cleverly placed appliques and edges with a bit of a military-inspired feel. The dark-haired gothic gent they have modeling the […]

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HBO Adaptation of Gillian Flynn’s Sharp Objects

HBO Sharp Objects Episode 1 Vanish

I always recommend reading the book, so I’m going to recommend you read all of deliciously dark writer Gillian Flynn’s oevre. That said, who couldn’t be excited about Sharp Objects being adapted into an HBO miniseries starring Amy Addams Adams. I love the way Amy Adams emotes as an actress, so I always want to […]

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Speculating Saw: Deep Deconstruction of the SAW Franchise

The infamous Saw franchise started back in 2004 and was immediately met with mixed reviews. For the most part, they’re the sort of movies that you love, hate, or love to hate, and people usually form pretty strong opinions about them. Regardless of personal views about the films, it’s hard to deny the massive impact […]

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Art Should Always Inspire: Exclusive Interview with Painter Vaughn Belak

Poe

Vaughn Belak‘s artistic creations draw you in with a luminous, large-eyed gaze, spatters of shadow and light creating an alluring blend of fae mischief and gothic gloom. His upcoming collection, Dodging Knives and Throwing Bullets, will give art fans a close look at not just Belak’s art, but also the mind of the artist. Ed […]

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RazorCandi Gothic Punk Deathrock Tattoo Pinup Icon Interview

Skull Headdress Razor Candi

Goth fashion shapeshifter and erotic model Razor Candi‘s return to the U.S. has sparked a surge of creative photoshoots and spicy videos, and her fans can enjoy her elaborately crafted personas in a new photobook, published by Blue Blood. It’s over 200 pages of nothing but pure Razor Candi. But to truly appreciate art, you […]

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Seraph

Goth girls sans pants photographed by Allan Amato who has shot a lot of Gothic.net’s favorite authors. The book includes Amanda Palmer (longtime readers will recall we used to host her Dresden Dolls site.) Also spooky name comic book artist flourishes of design. Also interviews with models. Check the Seraph book out.

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RazorCandi Dress Like a Freak Meme Banned from Facebook

oh I dress like a freak please explain to me what normal is in grave detail

Beautiful goth and horror icon RazorCandi used to have a Facebook page with almost 150,000 followers, but Facebook unpublished the page. Supposedly this happens because there are too many complaints, but she just posted one of the images which apparently got a lot of negative feedback. It is a meme of her looking very deathrock […]

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Goth Fashion Icon and Horror Fan RazorCandi Reddit Ask Me Anything

One of the most popular features we ever did on this site was Ed Grabianowski’s Exclusive Interview: Goth Fashion Icon and Horror Fan RazorCandi. Tonight, you can all be Ed Grabianowski over on Reddit in the IamA subreddit where you will be able to ask RazorCandi anything at 9PM PDT (West Coast) / 11PM (Central) […]

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Game of Thrones: The Doo(-mg)r

Well dang, Martin, been planning this one for a while, have you? On this week’s episode of Game of Thrones, Sansa gets a letter asking her to meet with Littlefinger in Moletown. Baelish is either stupid (doubtful) or conniving, as he plays dumb with Sansa regarding the Boltons. The writing is, frankly, wildly disappointing. Sansa […]

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