This book identifies and explains the plethora of cultural, historical, and topical allusions of the landmark series. Each entry indicates what sketch it appeared in and is cross-referenced between episodes. Entries cover literary and metaphoric allusions, symbolisms, names, peoples, and places; as... More Info
Examines the sociopaths--individuals with an antisocial personality disorder who possess no conscience or sense of guilt--that we encounter in everyday life, describing how to recognize such individuals and how to protect oneself from them.
A companion piece to the author's documentary Who Is Bozo Texino?, this collection of railroad boxcar graffiti gives fascinating insight into vagabond culture. Filled with railroad nostalgia, freight-riding stories, historical oddities, and interviews with the graffiti artists themselves, this... More Info
“I’m a friend first, boss second. Probably an entertainer third.” The Office’s David Brent is back in a new film documentary following his incredible musical tour… Relive all of David’s greatest hits with his official songbook, brought to you by the man, the myth, the legend... More Info
The Ramones helped kick-start the punk movement and change rock history. Now, on the 40th anniversary of their critically acclaimed debut album, comes the first full-color book on the legendary band. Written by veteran music journalist Martin Popoff, "Ramones at 40" explodes with visuals and offers... More Info