Friday, March 04, 2016

Another New eBook Collection: MOVIEBOB'S REEL RETRO!

By now I imagine you know the drill. If not, scroll down.

I'm collecting the best of my previously-published work in a series of themed eBooks as "The MovieBob Anthology," and the newest volume, "MOVIEBOB'S REEL RETRO" - a collection of my reviews and articles about classic, obscure, overlooked or even forgotten older films - is the newest one to reach completion. You can buy a copy in .epub format (compatible with most e-readers) from Lulu HERE for the low price of only $4.00 US.


The other volumes (previously posted about) include the following; all priced the same and in roughly the same layout (i.e. with "MovieBob's" preceding the individual titles):

REEL BREAKDOWN: Reviews of new (at the time of publication) theatrical films. Includes the transcript of the PIXELS review.

IDIOT BOX: Columns, reviews and blogs about new and classic television. Includes pieces on THE SIMPSONS, SOUTH PARK, MARRIED WITH CHILDREN, Bill Cosby, Stephen Colbert and the original TRANSFORMERS and REAL GHOSTBUSTERS series.

SUPERHERO CINEMA: Writing from various sources about comics, superheroes, comic-book movies and comic culture in general. Includes retrospectives of the animated and live-action Marvel TV productions of the 60s through the 2000s.

STRANGE HOLLYWOOD: Columns and articles on movie culture, the film industry and Hollywood history.

GEEK STREAK: Writings on the subject of "geek culture." Includes the "Re-Tales" series from the old Intermission column, "Bat-Mitt vs Obamavengers" and "The 50 Most Boring Opinions in Geek Culture."

The final volume, which will be published within the next few days barring unforeseen delays, will collect video game writing - including a selection of transcripts from classic Game OverThinker episodes. So stayed tuned for that :)


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