Retro Pop Culture A to Z From Atarito Zombie Films is a window to the past a time ofbit video games, Silver Age super heroes, Saturday morning cartoons, rock n roll music, and scary movies at the drive in The book includesfun filled, feature length chapters on such icons of popular culture as Alien, the Batman TV show, the Beatles, Dynamite Magazine, Famous Monsters of Filmland, The Flash, Forbidden Planet, Golden Age arcade games, He Man, the Intellivision, Jaws, MAD magazine, the Nintendo NES, Ray Bradbury, The Wizard of Oz, the X Men, and many others If you ve ever stayed up all night trying to beat Super Mario Bros dressed up as a member of KISS on Halloween, watched Thundarr the Barbarian while eating a bowl of sugary cereal, set a VCR to record your favorite show, wiled away an entire day reading a stack of old comics, or listened to Elvis or the Rolling Stones on a turntable ortrack tape player, Retro Pop Culture A to Z is for you If you haven t done any of these things, no problem feel free to dive right in and discover why your parents or grandparents are always talking about the good old days Includesessays articles on nostalgic pop culture favorites More thanphotos More than , words Quotes from the experts Production histories Collectibles pricing Author anecdotes And much

10 thoughts on “Retro Pop Culture A to Z: From Atari 2600 to Zombie Films

  1. Miranda Miranda says:

    This is very basic No criticism or observations about the subjects, just straight descriptions Boring.