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There’s nothing more fun than being a fan and connecting with people who share your obsessions. It's even better when you can create your own art based on fandom, and allow like-minded people to share in your celebration. Here are a few of our favorite publishing projects that celebrate the best of pop culture.
The comprehensive reference book for die-hard Madge fans, the 20th anniversary edition of Matthew Rettenmund's Encyclopedia Madonnica (originally published in 1995 by St. Martin's) has been updated to include new never-before seen photos and other Madonnabilia.
A gorgeously designed must-have magazine for TV aficionados featuring original art and tons of great features and reviews (not to mention a recurring feature by a "Secret TV Exec.")
A coffee table book tribute to the one and only Babs, with stories gathered from her most passionate fans.
What do your favorite superheroes do when they’re just hanging out? Illustrator Grégoire Guillemin attempts to answer that question in The Secret Life of Heroes, a graphic anthology featuring many beloved characters as you’ve never ever seen them before.
Twin Peaks is really having a moment lately. Damn Fine Coffee is an art zine that celebrates the 1990-1991 serial crime drama — and it’s pie and coffee-loving hero — just in time for the show's return for a limited season run in 2016.
A book that captures the undead in many of our most celebrated films, Hollywood Is Dead gives zombie makeovers to a variety of iconic movie posters.
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