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11 Killer Books Based on TV Shows


Written by the original Apollo/the reboot’s bad-turned-good-turned-bad again Tom Zarek. (seriously, if only he and Gaeta had waited, like, two more weeks! Ugh!) It features essays by loads of peeps involved with both the old school and revamped BSG, and these essays cover everything from ethics (human treatment of the cylons and vice versa) to gender roles. It also takes a hyper-critical look at the series, highlighting several of its notable flaws. But be warned: this is college-aged reading material, so buckle the frak up.

Tags: joss whedon, doctor who, veronica mars, bbc, benedict cumberbatch, books-and-comics, sherlock

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Beth Mishler

Beth Mishler is a writer, producer, and pop culture connoisseur who has a weakness for the Whedonverse and all things sci-fi. Originally from Madison, Wisconsin, Beth currently lives in The Plains, Ohio, where she freelances, makes documentaries, and watches a kazillion hours of TV per week while anxiously awaiting the release of George R.R. Martin's next novel.

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