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  • Quicklet on Bones: Season 1by Erin Martin

    Hyperink 2012; US$ 2.99

    Everyone loves a good crime drama. There's just something about impossibly hot forensics experts using computer programs (that run on magic) to solve brutal homicides that feels both enthralling and soothing. But what happens in TV World when the corpse in question is less of a pretty aspiring actress lying really, really still on a coroner's slab,... more...

  • Quicklet on Bones Season 2by Joseph Phillip Pritchard

    Hyperink 2012; US$ 2.99

    Fans of the popular Fox forensic drama series, Bones, were delighted by its return last April. The series is on its seventh season, and has been picked up for another season slated for the summer. Its return marks the end of its brief mid-season hiatus brought on by the real life pregnancy of its leading actress, Emily Deschanel, albeit the pregnancy... more...

  • Quicklet on Castle Season 3by John Andrews

    Hyperink 2012; US$ 2.99

    While it takes the form of a fairly conventional murder mystery show, Castle delights in misdirection, red herrings, and character interaction. When other shows focus on forensic evidence or legal maneuvering, Castle tells the story of the victim: how they got to the point at which someone else felt compelled to snuff out his or her life. A crime... more...

  • Quicklet on The Closer Season 1by Valerie Kalfrin

    Hyperink 2012; US$ 2.99

    The Closer introduced TV mystery fans to the prickly and intense Brenda Leigh Johnson, a brilliant CIA-trained interrogator recruited by L.A.P.D. Assistant Chief Will Pope to head a new homicide squad for high-profile cases. Johnson's thin veneer of Southern charm often cracks as she hones in on a suspect, but she gets results: "She's not Miss Congeniality,... more...

  • Quicklet on Glee Season 1by Sarah Cassie

    Hyperink 2012; US$ 2.99

    Glee had caused a fuss before the show even aired. From the first cryptic commercials to the success of the first episodes, potential future audiences wondered if a show about misfits singing in a show choir could "make it." The buzz was loud, expectations were high. In the end, however, Glee successfully managed to combine karaoke-style singing with... more...

  • Quicklet on How I Met Your Mother Season 3by Hayley Igarashi

    Hyperink 2012; US$ 2.99

    How I Met Your Mother has a misleading title. Sure, the premise focuses on a father telling his kids how he first met their mother, but it's really just about life - Ted finding his future mate is just a small part of that story. Season 3 of the hit CBS comedy series continues to revolve around Ted Mosby, struggling architect, and his four best... more...

  • Quicklet on Portlandia Season 1by Jonathan Nathan

    Hyperink 2012; US$ 2.99

    Like the hipster movement it ridicules, Portlandia has its roots in the early 1990s - the Grunge Era. After early innovators like Mudhoney and Tad paved the way, the blockbuster triumvirate of Nirvana, Soundgarden, and Alice in Chains ruled MTV and college radio for half a decade, with Pearl Jam going on to even greater, and more sustained success.... more...

  • Quicklet on Skins: Season 1by Elspeth Michaels

    Hyperink 2012; US$ 2.99

    Skins, a British teen dramedy set in Bristol, England, chronicles the lives of a core group of friends at Roundview College. Often heralded as the best, the original ensemble is an eclectic bunch, transcending Breakfast Club stereotypes, and even the rigid clique systems of high school. Named after the slang for rolling paper, the show heavily features... more...

  • Raise Some Shell: Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtlesby Richard Rosenbaum

    ECW Press 2014; US$ 9.99

    [tag line] Celebrating the persistence of Turtle PowerRaise Some Shell critically and cleverly examines the origins, evolution, and impact of the Ninja Turtles phenomenon — from its beginning as a self-published black-and-white comic book in 1984, through its transformation into a worldwide transmedia phenomenon by the middle of the 1990s, and... more...

  • Re-viewing Television Historyby Helen Wheatley

    I.B.Tauris 2007; US$ 14.95

    Written by leading scholars in the field, this book is an internationally relevant, cutting-edge reassessment of both current methods and practices in television historiography and of assumptions and critical commonplaces about television history itself. The book focuses on debates about the canon, on texts, on production and institutions, on viewers,... more...