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Comic-Con 2012 Day One: Newbie in Nerd Paradise

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Comic-Con day one. An almost-overwhelming bombardment of the senses. Read More »

San Diego Comic-Con 2012, Here I Come

Ready for San Diego Comic-Con 2012? Follow Blogcritics coverage of this huge pop culture event. Read More »

Book Review: Comic-Con and the Business of Pop Culture by Rob Salkowitz

“What the World’s Wildest Trade Show Can Tell Us about the Future of Entertainment.” Read More »

Book Review: Brad Pitt’s Dog: Essays on Fame/Death/Punk by Johan Kugelberg

Pop culture for the from a punk point of view, told with flights of rhetorical flash. Read More »

The Career and Impact of Whitney Houston: Still “The Greatest Love of All”

Whitney Houston

Record-breaking sales are only one part of the singer's legacy. With her genre-defying career, she changed the game. Read More »

Book Review: I Must Not Think Bad Thoughts: Drive-by Essays on American Dread, American Dreams by Mark Dery

Cultural criticism with a bite Read More »

Book Review: Clump, an American Splatire by S. Redman White

A dark satire that pokes fun at many of the industries existing today. Read More »

Book Review: Whatever Happened to Pudding Pops? The Lost Toys, Tastes & Trends of the ’70s & ’80s by Gael Fashingbauer Cooper and Brian Bellmont

A nostalgic look back at the toys, foods and fads we grew up with. Read More »

Interview With Daniel Blackaby, Co-Author of When Worlds Collide

Daniel Blackaby explains how he and his brother Mike wrote When Worlds Collide: Stepping Up and Standing Out in an Anti-God Culture. Read More »

Lady Gaga, Please Don’t Call Me ‘Monster’

Lady Gaga’s little monsters begin to waver while the Mother herself is as serious as ever. Read More »