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Planet Simpson : how a cartoon masterpiece defined a generation (Book, 2004) [WorldCat.org]

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Planet Simpson : how a cartoon masterpiece defined a generation

Author:Chris Turner Publisher:Cambridge, MA : Da Capo Press, 2004. Edition/Format:  Print book : English : 1st Da Capo Press edView all editions and formats Summary:"D'oh - it's The Simpsons. And here's the book with the behind-the-scenes story of how America's favorite nuclear family first arrived at a TV near you, how the series grew into a worldwide icon, and who brings it to life so brilliantly week after week, year after year."--Jacket. Rating:

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Genre/Form:Animated television programs Additional Physical Format:Online version:
Turner, Chris, 1973-
Planet Simpson.
Cambridge, MA : Da Capo Press, 2004
(OCoLC)645999790 Material Type:Internet resource Document Type:Book, Internet Resource All Authors / Contributors:Chris Turner ISBN:0306813416 9780306813412 030681448X 9780306814488 OCLC Number:56747874 Description:xiv, 450 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm Contents:Foreword / by Douglas Coupland --
Introduction : the birth of the Simpsonian Institution --
The life & times of the Simpsons --
Homer's odyssey --
Bart Simpson, punk icon --
Citizen Burns --
Lisa Lionheart --
Marge knows best --
The Simpsons in cyberspace --
The ugly Springfieldianite --
The Simpsons go Hollywood --
The Simpsons through the looking glass --
Planet Simpson. Responsibility:Chris Turner. More information:

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"As Comic Book Guy might say, this thorough examination of a pop culture phenomenon is 'Best. Simpson. Book. Ever. '"-January magazine  Read more...

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"Smart and funny, Turner writes with fitting enthusiasm for his subject while working in seemly references to cultural theory and TV-insider politics. His book is just the thing for fellow fans and for anyone interested in how pop phenomena came to be." Hollywood Reporter" Read more...

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