The Essential Science Fiction Television Reader
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""Telotte's volume makes clear how much science fiction is on television (and how much television has been the subject of science fiction). The contributors to this volume demonstrate how much this matters. These are well-written, accessible, and informative essays that cover the subject in depth, from Captain Video to Star Trek; from The X-Files to Firefly."—Robert Kolker, University of Virginia"
""Recommended for academic libraries with an interest in communication, media, and culture." —Rosalind Dayen, Library Journal"
"J. P. Telotte, a leading authority in the field of media studies, has compiled an impressive and qualified list of contributors to provide a synthesis of insight and analysis of the most important programs in the history of the genre's progress." —Paintsville Herald"
"The huge increase in the number of complex, culturally significant series in the last twenty years makes the genre a vital one for close study." —Joe Milicia, The New York Review of Science Fiction"
"Renowned scholar J. P. Telotte explores how animation has confronted the blank template, and how responses to that confrontation have changed." —thebookstallblog.blogspot.com"
"Provides a provocative glimpse into cultural perspectives of space as a method for understanding both a technological and aesthetic history of animation and the evolution from a modern to postmodern mind-set." —Humanities"—
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