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The Simpsons: An Uncensored, Unauthorized History

The Simpsons: An Uncensored, Unauthorized History

Entering its 21st season on Fox, The Simpsons isn't just a cartoon about a dysfunctional family — it's the longest-running prime time series in American television history. The Simpsons: An Uncensored, Unauthorized History ($18) tells the show's surprising tale from its humble beginnings on The Tracy Ullman Show through modern times, complete with interviews of many of the show's principles, including creator Matt Groening, various writers, animators, and more.

  • GOAT: Champ's Edition

    If you're a big Muhammad Ali fan — and we mean BIG — then you'll no doubt be itching to get your hands on a copy of GOAT: Champ's Edition ($15,000). Limited to just 1,000 individually numbered copies, GOAT (Greatest of All Time) is the definitive Ali collection, with images of more than 3,000 photos, art, and memorabilia from over 150 photographers and artists, original essays, a collection of the best interviews and writing on the Champ from the last 50 years, all totaling 600,000 words, eight-color printing, 792 pages at 20" by 20", with two 80" by 20" gatefold sequences, a white silk cover with pink lettering, four included silver gelatin prints signed by photographer Howard L. Bingham and Ali himself, and much more.

  • The Onion: Our Front Pages

    Celebrate 20 years of crackerjack reporting with The Onion: Our Front Pages ($19). Featuring a host of classic headlines such as "Clever bumper Stickers Resolve Abortion Issue" and "Last Literate Person On Earth Is Dead At 98," Front Pages collects the best covers from the satirical stalwart's first 20 years — including its humble beginnings in Wisconsin — across 300+ pages.