Plastic fantastic? Genre, technology, science and magic in Angel

Lorna Jowett, Lincoln Geraghty (Editor)

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Abstract

Though science fiction certainly existed prior to the surge of television in the 1950s, the genre quickly established roots in the new medium and flourished in subsequent decades. In Channeling the Future: Essays on Science Fiction and Fantasy Television, Lincoln Geraghty has assembled a collection of essays that focuses on the disparate visions of the past, present, and future offered by science fiction and fantasy television since the 1950s and that continue into the present day.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationChanneling the Future: Essays on Science Fiction and Fantasy Television
Place of PublicationLanham, Maryland
PublisherScarecrow Press
Pages167-181
ISBN (Electronic)978-0-8108-6922-6
ISBN (Print)9780810866751
Publication statusPublished - 1 Jan 2009

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    Jowett, L., & Geraghty, L. (Ed.) (2009). Plastic fantastic? Genre, technology, science and magic in Angel. In Channeling the Future: Essays on Science Fiction and Fantasy Television (pp. 167-181). Scarecrow Press. https://rowman.com/ISBN/9780810866751/Channeling-the-Future-Essays-on-Science-Fiction-and-Fantasy-Television