The various opinions expressed about films, TV, music, books and pop culture are an enjoyable combination of reverence and snarkiness.
If you are a fan of The Onion in general or a follower of The A.V. Club in particular, Inventory would likely appeal to you as well, and I would recommend it.
It's the sort of book you'll want to read and then pass on to friends, just so you can argue about what the book says, what made it in, and what didn't.
ridiculous, stupid, not even close to funny. dont waste the money. as one reviewer said, added to take up space.Published 1 month ago by Denni
'Nuff said. You can get most of this content from the AV Club website for free anyway. Added for space.Published 11 months ago by David Rodriguez
I don't remember ordering this so I may have sent it back? Sorry, it must have been a long time ago.Published 17 months ago by EAB
An entertaining collection of pop culture lists. Some were total throwaways, while others were amazingly well thought out. Easy to read in small chunks.Published 18 months ago by Awesometown
I am discovering new things left and right, ordered in the funniest, most random way I can imagine. This is a book that will never, ever grow old, even if new things appear that... Read morePublished on December 26, 2011 by Juan Carlo Rodriguez
I read this on my breaks at work and sometimes at lunch. It's great for something to read when you don't want to get too involved in a book (I'm a... Read morePublished on April 7, 2011 by WenD
When I was in middle school, I came across Book of List which turned out to be one of the most exciting books that I could read. Read morePublished on March 13, 2011 by Tim Lieder
Do you like lists? Do you like smarmy pop culture references? Are you in on all the in-jokes?
Good. I knew you were. Read more
If yo have to have something on your table for people to look at and thumb through, this is a must!!!Published on May 23, 2010 by William S. Spencer