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Rizzoli celebrates the anniversary of the legendary Def Jam label…with a book that could crush a small animal.
Artist Will Cotton makes modern pinup art with a backward glancing aesthetic. Lindsay Lohan is making things worse. How do they intersect?
Justin Bieber. Girls love him. Now there’s (another) book. Girls REALLY love him. Just warning you.
Popdose and Kirkus Reviews look over one of Marvel’s most gimmicky and, in some ways, beloved characters.
You’re not supposed to publicly admit to enjoying adult entertainment, but it’s okay to say that you’ve enjoyed reading books about the process of making it, right?
Popdose and Kirkus Reviews team up for the latest travelog from Rush drummer Neil Peart.
Kirkus Reviews, founded in 1933, is a venerable institution in the media world. For more than 75 years, Kirkus has served as the industry bible for bookstore buyers, librarians, and…
Popdose and Kirkus delve into that lovely, genteel bedtime tome, Go The Fuck To Sleep.
Popdose has teamed with Kirkus Reviews — the industry bible for bookstore buyers, librarians, and discriminating readers — to bring you the best (and sometimes the worst) in pop-culture and…
We look at a book the recounts the day when one man’s obsession with celebrity nearly brought down the President of the United States.
You can’t really call Brian Johnson’s memoir a kiss-and-tell. Popdose asks the question: what do you call it?
Charlie Brown and I go way back, and the longer I live, the more I realize Charlie Brown was not a put-upon child, but a middle-aged man. Furthermore, Charlie Brown is me.
Popdose and Kirkus Reviews teams up, this time out taking a clear-eyed look at Sucker Punch: The Art of the Film.