Bringing Together Elements Of The Road Movie And The Horror Genre, Supernatural Follows Brothers Dean And Sam Winchester As They Crisscross America, Struggling To Protect Humanity From What Lurks In The Dark By Battling Monsters, Witches, Demons, Angels, The Devil, And Sometimes Even Each Other A Natural Heir To The X Files And Buffy The Vampire Slayer, Supernatural Has Developed A Strong Cult Following As It Evolved Past Its Monster Of The Week Origins And Into A Global Battle Between Heaven And Hell, As Dean And Sam Attempt To Avert The Apocalypse Amidst The Action And Horror, The Brothers Enjoy The Pleasures Of The Road, Listening To Hard Rock, Drinking Beer And Eating Fast Food, While Driving Their Iconic Impala TV Goes To Hell Is The First Book To Give A Full And Fascinating Examination Of The Series Under The Creative Control Of Creator Producer Eric Kripke This Collection Of Essays, Written By Leading Scholars, Situates The Series Within Debates Surrounding Folklore, Religion, Comedy, Gender, And Sexuality, And Considers The Impact Of The Show S Genre Bending Hybridity And Its Signature Use Of Hard Rock The Book Aslo Examines The Show S Innovative Approach To Storytelling And Its Unique Relationship With Its Critics And Its Fans Designed For Fans Of The Show, As Well As Scholars And Students, TV Goes To Hell Unravels The Wonders And Horrors Of Supernatural Includes A Comprehensive Episode Guide Through Season Six.
Is a well-known author, some of his books are a fascination for readers like in the
- 326 pages
- TV Goes to Hell
- Stacey Abbott
- 19 November 2017 Stacey Abbott