Break out the lava lamp — but stay away from the brown acid. Here’s a look at TwoMorrows’ latest pop-culture history book…
Our friends at TwoMorrows are stretching beyond the realm of comics and collectibles and into broader pop culture with Groovy, by Mark Voger, a highly (ahem) illustrated history of the ’60s, from music to movies, TV to art.
The book is an excellent companion piece to Michael Eury’s Hero-A-Go-Go!, also pubbed by TwoMorrows, which we serialized earlier this year. (Click here.) It also follows Voger’s Monster Mash, which TwoMorrows also published.
Speaking of, we’ll be serializing Groovy all week — highlighting the segments that dovetail with what we cover here at 13th Dimension.
Just check out the table of contents:
Make sure you come back here all week long because we’ll be updating this post with links to the segments we’re excerpting.
Cool, man. Like really cool.
— Mike Sekowsky and the New WONDER WOMAN. Click here.
— The MONKEES — and a Talk With MIKE NESMITH. Click here.
— Steve Ditko’s HAWK AND DOVE. Click here.
— The Beatles’ YELLOW SUBMARINE. Click here.
— THE BRADY BUNCH — and Interviews With BARRY WILLIAMS and MAUREEN McCORMICK. Click here.
The 192-page hardcover is due to ship 11/15 and lists for $39.95. Groovy will be available in stores but can also be ordered directly from TwoMorrows. Click here.