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Book Review: I Am a Magical Teenage Princess by Luke Geddes

Plundered from a panoply of American-pop-culture and treasured guilty pleasures, Geddes' stories conjure up many ripped-from-your-recollections topics. Read More »

Book Review: Comic Books and the Cold War, 1946-1962: Essays on Graphic Treatment of Communism, the Code and Social Concerns, Edited by Chris and Rafiel York

Essays examine how comic books helped shape American youth during the Cold War. Read More »

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”

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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 »