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Moonlit Terrors: <i>Dark Moon</i> and <i>Bad Moonlight</i> 

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The Covers of Dark Moon and Bad Moonlight. Dark Moon features a woman looking out at night, the moon reflected in the window. Bad Moonlight features two singers at a microphone, with the silhouette of a howling wolf next to them, all against a colorful background.

Moonlit Terrors: Dark Moon and Bad Moonlight 

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Chaos Under the Corset: When Romance Covers Hide Revolution

Owen and Maddy in I Saw the TV Glow

I Saw the TV Glow Is a Meditation On Becoming That Will Haunt You

Cover of Dream Date by Sinclair Smith

Nightmares on the Heath: Sinclair Smith’s Dream Date

We Could Be “Eggheads”: Sliders and the Celebrity of Smart

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Image from Harry and the Hendersons, in which the Bigfoot "Harry" poses for a photo with the Henderson family

My Big Sweet Hairy Buddy: Harry and the Hendersons (1987)

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Book covers of Christopher Pike's Bury Me Deep and Barbara Steiner's Spring Break

Fatal Fun in the Sun: Bury Me Deep and Spring Break 

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Reading Rainbow host LeVar Burton reads from Amazing Grace in a scene from the documentary Butterfly in the Sky.

Butterfly in the Sky Will Make You Fall in Love With Reading, and Reading Rainbow, All Over Again

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Painting of a young girl reading while reclined on a sofa

“Bad” Books, and the Readers That Love Them

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An image of Batman silhouetted against an orange sky from the opening credits of Batman: The Animated Series

We Are All Alone With Ourselves: The Tragic Villains of Batman: The Animated Series

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Book covers of Christopher Pike's Tales of Terror and Tales of Terror 2

The Perils of Time Traveling Teens: More From Christopher Pike’s Tales of Terror

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Photograph of rows of paperback books, seen from above.

Four Things I Miss From the Golden Age of Paperbacks

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