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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.

Encyclopedia Madonnica 

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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.

sixteenbynine 

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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.") 

Barbra Memories 

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A coffee table book tribute to the one and only Babs, with stories gathered from her most passionate fans.

For Your Eyes Only 

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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.

Damn Fine Coffee

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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.

Hollywood Is Dead

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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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