onsdag 24 augusti 2011

På min önskelista (21) - TV-edition

Blir en lite annorlunda "önskelista" den här gången. Nu när det börjar bli höst snart så börjar jag också glo mer på teveserier av alla dess slag. Därför tänkte jag ta upp några böcker jag skulle vilja läsa som har med teveserier att göra. Sen om de är bra vet man ju aldrig... Såna här böcker har en tendens att vara lite sämre än "riktiga" böcker.

The Sunnydale High Yearbook (Buffy the Vampire Slayer) av Christopher Golden och Nancy Holder

It's senior year for Buffy Summers and her friends. And that means homecoming, senior prom, finals, graduation -- all the usual evil doings guaranteed to make the Chosen One long for recess.

Slayer duties caused Buffy to miss picking up her Yearbook, so Willow took it for her and enlisted the help of Xander, 0z, Cordelia, Giles, and Angel to make it truly special. Filled with personal notes, candid photos, and in-jokes about Slayerfest, Halloween, substitute teachers, the principal who was eaten, Ascension, etc. -- Buffy's Yearbook is part school publication, part memory book.

Written by the authors of the bestselling The Watcher's Guide, this keepsake volume is packed with key references to the show and characters, 32 full-color pages of fan-favorite moments, and Graduation photos!

Sunnydale High Yearbook is a tie-in book based on the U.S. television series Buffy the Vampire Slayer. In the series, the closing shot of the episode "Graduation Day, Part Two" shows the fictional yearbook this tie-in was modeled after.

The Beginning (Glee #1) av Sophia Lowell

Fans are clamoring for more showmance, more mash-ups, more Cheeri-os...more Glee! Now, Gleeks everywhere can spend more time with uber-ambitious Rachel Berry, outrageous Kurt Hammel and dreamy Finn Hudson with these completely original stories about everyone's favorite Glee Club.

Book One: Want to know what was happening with Rachel, Kurt, Quinn and Finn before Will Schuster took over the Glee Club? Find out in the first Original Glee Novel, a prequel that transports readers to McKinley High's hallways before the show began.

Each Original Glee Novel reflects the show's intelligent comedic sensibility and quirky, heartfelt storylines.

Neptune Noir: Unauthorized Investigations into Veronica Mars

Neptune Noir is a collection of essays on the hit drama Veronica Mars, and is not authorized by CW, the creators or producers of Veronica Mars, or any entity associated with the show.

More than just a high school drama, Veronica Mars is a smart and savvy teen detective show that offers complex mysteries and rapier wit, engaging social commentary, and noir sensibilities—with the occasional murder thrown in for good measure. This collection, edited by the creator and executive producer of the show, offers supreme insight into the class struggles and love stories of the series.

Essays by top writers intelligently address a multitude of questions, such as Is Veronica a modern-day vigilante? Why is a show that features rape, potential incest, and a teen girl outsmarting local authorities so popular with America’s conservative population? and Why is Veronica and Logan’s relationship the most important story-driving factor in the show?

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