The Dexter phenomena. You either get it or you like stuff like The View. For brevity, we’ll assume you get it. And if so, you’ll wanna get this. It’s got every episode on Blu-ray plus bonus discs with 3+ hours of extra awesome, documentaries, a Dexter art book, & the bust of a white humanoid that holds your collection.
35 million Americans “play” fantasy sports. Football, baseball, etc. And whether you’re a seasoned veteran or a newcomer to this popular national pastime, this new book by ESPN’s Senior Fantasy Sports Analyst Matthew Berry celebrates all that folks love about fantasy sports, like funny trophies, weird rituals & of course, gambling.
Kids won’t know who Mad Max is or was when this game comes out for PS4 in early 2014. All they need to know is that it involves lots of bullets, bloodshed, and a lone warrior fighting to survive in a dystopian wasteland. Old dudes however, will remember that Mad Max was a badass cop played by Mel Gibson before he sucked.
It’s nothing short of a miracle that rock icon Graham Nash can actually remember the 60s & 70s. From the Hollies to Crosby, Stills, & Nash, this guy wrote hits that defined the era: Marrakesh Express, Simple Man, Carrie Ann, etc. And he also did what many of his contemporaries did not, and that was, survive it.
We’re in the midst of a custom motorcycle renaissance and that garage-born movement is captured in this new hardcover featuring pioneer builders like Walt Siegl, Wrenchmonkees, Deus ex Machina, Shinya Kimura and more as well as images guaranteed to make you drool. Brought to you by our friend Chris Hunter of Bike EXIF.
Wes Anderson makes movies like no other: Rushmore, The Royal Tenenbaums, The Life Aquatic, The Darjeeling Limited, Moonrise Kingdom, and so on. This new book takes you inside Anderson’s head, as he discusses his art and life with critic Matt Zoller Seitz.
Enigmatic rock icon Roger Waters, the genius of Pink Floyd, has spent his entire life avoiding the spotlight. But now finally, he has spoken. After The Dark Side Of The Moon, Wish You Were Here, & The Wall, Waters was ready to tell his own tale, & working with writer Dave Thompson, delivers the first full biography of the man behind the music.
You were supposed to read The Catcher In The Rye in high school. So what if you didn’t. When The Secret War Of J.D. Salinger is out September, you’ll learn what none of the other Salinger biographies have told: the whole story. Exhaustive research and over 200 interviews led to this definitive portrait of one of America’ most beloved and misunderstood writers. It might even get you to actually read “Catcher” after all these years.
In 2013, it should come as a surprise to absolutely nobody that the FBI relies on criminals, murderers, & other sociopaths to get their dirty work done. In Deal With The Devil, award-winning investigative reporter Peter Lance unearths one such story that follows the 30-year relationship between mafia capo & snitch Gregory Scarpa Jr.. aka the Killing Machine, in his long-running role as a rat for the bureau.
Heroin. Cocaine. Alcohol. Industrial pop music. If rock-n-roll decadence is of interest to you, the incredible survival story of Ministry mastermind Al Jourgensen will be entertaining. Possibly even uplifting. He did live to tell the tale after all.