240 pages Publisher:
Benbella Books (March 1, 2009) Language:
A relative newcomer to the paranormal-teen drama scene, the hit TV show sobrenatural has already developed a rabid and deeply committed fã base since its debut in the fall of 2005. When their dad mysteriously disappears, brothers Dean and Sam Winchester cadastrar-se forces to bring him início and are pulled headlong into the world he knew best-one full of demons, spirits, monsters, and ghouls. Featuring essays from three lucky fãs as well as leading writers and pop culture experts, this insightful anthology sheds light on a variety of issues, including why such a male-centric show has such a large female fã base, "Wincest" and homoeroticism, how sobrenatural can be interpreted as a modern-day Brothers Grimm, and the questionable nature of John Winchester's parenting habits.