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  • ...Show has had an impact when it starts getting referenced itself in popular culture. The following are references to Supernatural on TV, comics, and books. ...ki/Penny_Arcade Penny Arcade]'' is an online comic strip focused on gaming culture, written by Jerry Holkins and illustrated by Mike Krahulik. ''Supernatural'
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  • ...a.org/wiki/Oprah_Winfrey Oprah Winfrey's] influence reaches far beyond pop-culture and into unrelated industries where many believe she has the power to cause
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  • ...s in partnership with IMAlive, To Write Love on Her Arms (TWLOHA), and Pop Culture Hero Coalition, supported by the Supernatural fandom. ** [[:Category:Popular Culture|Popular Culture]]
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  • ==Chupacabras in Lore and pop Culture==
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  • ...a stone at her." This quote is more widely known in popular jargon and pop culture as "Let he who is without sin cast the first stone."''
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  • ...has become a part of [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dingoes_ate_my_baby pop culture]. It was a line in an episode of [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Seinfeld Sei
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  • ...y.com/index.php?showtopic=3148190 Pop Culture References: Se7en. Se7en Pop Culture References. Muahahahaha.]
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  • ...own genre, but also "shops" through over a hundred years' worth of popular culture products. ...ovie [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Spice_girls Splice] and the 90s UK girl pop band [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Spice_girls The Spice Girls]. Splice was
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  • * 1.20 - [[Smart Pop Supernatural Anthology |Smart Pop Supernatural Essay Contest]] is announced. ...formativeworks.org/index.php/twc/index Journal of Transformative Works and Culture] has an article on [[Wincest]]: [http://journal.transformativeworks.org/ind
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  • ...mic and fan-friendly. According to the [http://www.smartpopbooks.com Smart Pop website]: ...and religious scholars are asked to write – in clear English - about pop culture? What happens when really smart writers take television and movies seriousl
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  • ...ly his use of gadgets and technology. Batman also featured in a 1960s camp pop TV series, and a series of blockbuster movies. [[Category:Library]][[Category:Popular Culture]]
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  • ...006 and early 2007 with various cast and crew of Supernatural, for the pop culture website [[Sequential Tart]], by Mary Borsellino. There were thirty-three in
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  • ...s). 2017. ''Time Lords & Tribbles, Winchesters and Muggles: The DePaul Pop Culture Conference''. Self published by Booth and Menichiello. ...Judith May. 2017. ''Fanfiction and the Author: How Fanfic Changes Popular Culture Texts''. Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press.
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  • ...w.funko.com/products/all/brands/pop Funko Pops] are plastic figures of pop culture characters with over-sized heads. [https://magiccards.com.au/ Magic cards]
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  • ...online with lots of boy hugging and "I love you" and funnies and more pop culture references than ...well an episode of Supernatural. Can you pick 'em?
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  • ...ating" Jensen and Jared were suspended from Twitter, although new versions pop up periodically. [[Category:Fandom]][[Category:Production]][[Category:Popular Culture]]
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  • .... Castiel does learn about pop culture when [[Metatron]] downloads all pop culture references into his mind in [[9.18 Meta Fiction]].''
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  • ...ournal.com/ohnotheydidnt/ Oh No They Didn't] - also known as ONTD - a pop culture gossip site whose slogan is "The celebrities are disposable. The content is ...journal.com/ontd_startrek Star Trek], which have become key shapers of the culture of those fandoms on Livejournal. The profile of ONTD comms in supernatural
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  • ...www.sequentialtart.com Sequential Tart] is a Web Zine about comics and pop culture, with a focus on women's work and women's points of view.
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  • ...and_I_can't_get_up! catchphrase] of the late 1980s and early 1990s popular culture based upon a line from a U.S-based television commercial for a medical alar ...s. [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ruben_Studdard Ruben Studdard] is an R&B, pop, and gospel singer and won the second season of American Idol.''
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  • ...ent, Darth Vader. ''Star Wars'' has had an unprecedented impact on popular culture; its popular terminology and concepts, such as that of the Jedi warrior and ''Star Wars'' serves as more than just a source of pop culture reference points for ''Supernatural''. Creator and long-time showrunner [[E
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