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    ** Update 5/21/14**

    The Pop of King (Entertainment Weekly) started Aug 8, 2003 with issue #722.

    This first post will be updated as new columns are published. There will also be a sprinkling of "other" King-related.

    Enjoy.

    bold-face = not Pop of King ; Red font = not in my collection; Blue Font = partially reproduced in EW 20th Anniv. Edition (#1113)
    • Pop of King = 122 Columns
    • Other Articles = 31 articles
    • Inserts = 3
    • Stephen King Reviewing someone else = 4
    • Exclusives/Excerpts = 7
    • Letters to the Editor/Responses/Obits. = 4
    • Other = 1

    Issue # Dated Title
    #61 4/12/91 Oscarama (Ltr to Editor)
    #77 8/2/1991 How I created The GOLDEN YEARS...and Spooked Dozens of TV Executives
    #89 10/25/91 Horrors!
    #146 11/27/92 On Rampage (Ltr to Editor)
    #156 2/19/93 Feast of Stephen
    #274 5/12/95 Kitschin' a la King - Tuning in with Stephen King
    #451 9/25/1998 King of the Weird; 10 Scary Questions for SK
    #480 4/9/1999 St. Stephen by Rebecca Ascher-Wlash
    #490 6/18/1999 A 'Mile' to Go: Green Mile (pt 1 of 6)
    #495 7/23/1999 Green' Acher: The Green Mile (pts 2 and 3 of 6)
    #499/#500 8/20/1999 The Green Mile (pt 4 of 6)
    #516 12/10/1999 The Greening of America; The Reel Stephen King
    #674 9/27/2002 SK Calls it Quits
    #718 7/11/2003 Potter Gold, by Stephen King
    -------------------[The First Pop of King follows]-------------------
    #722 8/8/2003 Ready or not, Here I Come
    #724/#725 8/22/2003 Always, They Come Back
    #729 9/19/2003 The Best Book You Can't Read
    #731 10/3/2003 In My Book, It's No Contest
    #734 10/24/2003 No Pain, No Fame
    #737 11/14/2003 Do Movies Matter? (pt 1)
    #739 11/28/2003 Do Movies Matter? (pt 2)
    #740 12/5/2003 Don't Go To Sleep
    #747/#748 1/23/2004 Kingdom Hospital
    #751 2/13/2004 You Don't Know Jackson
    #754 3/5/2004 The Rating Game
    #756 3/19/2004 The Passion of Alicia
    #759 4/9/2004 Enquiring Minds….
    #762-763 4/30/2004 Head Bangor's Ball
    #766 5/21/2004 It's Alive! Alive!
    #769 6/11/2004 Lines to Live By
    #773 7/9/2004 A kingdom That Didn't Come
    #776 7/30/2004 Now Hear This, by Stephen King
    #779/#780 8/20/2004 The Four-Star Follies
    #784 9/17/2004 Paint it Black
    #787 10/8/2004 Shut up'n Play yer Guitar
    #790 10/29/2004 Pet Peeves of 2004
    #793 11/19/2004 A Dozen thanks
    #795 12/3/2004 The Joy of Sox
    #796 12/10/2004 2004: The Year in Music
    #797 12/17/2004 2004: The Year in Books
    #798 12/24/2004 2004: The Year in Movies
    #802 1/21/2005 Crying Wolfe
    #807 2/18/2005 The 14 Lessons of 24
    #809 3/4/2005 The Worst Ads on TV
    #812 3/25/2005 No Stars, Sorry
    #815 4/8/2005 My Fever Pitch Obsession
    #817/#818 4/29/2005 Prime Downloads
    #823 6/3/2005 My Summer Hit List
    #825 6/17/2005 Extras Bite
    #826/#827 6/24/2005 The Sideshow Has Left Town, by S. King
    #828 7/8/2005 Long Live The Dead
    #831 7/29/2005 My Manifesto
    #833 8/12/2005 Kick-Back Books
    #838/#839 9/9/2005 Lost's Soul
    #842 9/30/2005 My So-Called Admirer
    #847 10/28/2005 The Fright Stuff
    #850 11/18/2005 Lights in a Box
    #853 12/9/2005 My 2005 Picks: Music
    #854 12/16/2005 My 2005 Picks: Movies
    #855 12/23/2005 My 2005 Picks: Books
    #859 1/20/2006 Just Askin'
    #860 1/27/2006 Exclusive Cell Excerpt
    #862/#863 2/10/2006 Frey's Lies
    #866 3/3/2006 Mistakes Were Made
    #868 3/17/2006 Crashing the Party
    #870 3/31/2006 Confessions of a TV Slut
    #874/#875 4/28/2006 My Morning People
    #876 5/12/2006 Summer Hits and Misses
    #879 6/2/2006 The Summer Book Awards
    #882 6/16/2006 Ready or Not
    #884/#885 6/30/2006 N & D Mini-Series; Pop Up Insert
    #886 7/14/2006 The Princess and the Paparazzi
    #889 8/4/2006 The Terror Diet
    #894 9/1/2006 Setting off a 'Wire' Alarm
    #899 9/26/2006 The Wonder of it All; Insert (Pullout Bonus)
    #900 10/6/2006 Graceless and Tasteless
    #905 11/3/2006 Hail to the Spoken Word
    #909 12/1/2006 When Stephen King met the 'Lost' boys
    #910 12/8/2006 2006: My Top 10 in Music
    #911 12/15/2006 2006: My Top 10 Books
    #912 12/22/2006 2006: My Top 10 in Movies
    #915 1/12/2007 So Good It's Scary! Insert (Pullout Bonus)
    #917 1/26/2007 Television Impaired
    #921 2/16/2007 The Secret Gardiner
    #922 2/23/2007 A Modern Fairy Tale
    #925 3/16/2007 All in Good Fun
    #928 4/6/2007 How to Bury a Book
    #931/#932 4/27/2007 No No No Easy Road
    #935 5/25/2007 Rock This Way
    #941/#942 6/29/2007 The Dope of Pop
    #943 7/13/2007 Goodbye, Harry
    #947 8/10/2007 Jumping for Joy
    #948 8/17/2007 JK Rowling's Ministry of Magic, by S. King
    #955 9/21/2007 My Great Escape
    #958 10/12/2007 A History of Violence
    #964 11/16/2007 Cool and the Gang
    #968 12/7/2007 2007: My Top Music
    #969 12/14/2007 2007: My Top Movies
    #971/#972 12/28/2007 2007: My Top Books
    #975 1/25/2008 Books With Batteries
    #977 2/8/2008 Pop Goes the Presidency
    #980 2/29/2008 Oh, The Horror!
    #983 3/21/2008 Fast Blurb Nation
    #986 4/11/2008 Videogame Lunacy
    #990 5/9/2008 My Real Top 20
    #995/#996 6/6/2008 Playing Against Hype
    #999/#1000 7/4/2008 My Favorite Year 1999
    #1001 7/11/2008 Small is Scary
    #1004 8/1/2008 Consider the Junior Mint
    #1007/#1008 8/22/08 Pimp My Sport
    #1010/#1011 9/12/08 The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins, review by S. King
    #1012 9/19/08 What a Guy Wants
    #1014 10/3/08 Kings response to Ltr to Editor entitled Novel Behavior
    #1015 10/10/08 Gimme a Break
    #1018 10/31/08 The HD Candidates
    #1021/#1022 11/21/08 Thank You Notes
    #1024 12/5/08 The Best Albums of 2008
    #1025 12/12/08 The Best Books of 2008
    #1026 12/19/08 The Best Films of 2008
    #1027/#1028 12/26/08 Michael Crichton
    #1031 1/23/09 Wishing and Hoping
    #1035 2/20/09 Torture and '24'
    #1038 3/13/09 "Breaking" Point
    #1041 4/3/09 In Bad Company
    #1044/#1045 4/24/09 The Trouble With Earworms
    #1048 5/22/09 Booking your Summer
    #1051 6/12/09 The Future of Your Tube
    #1055 7/10/09 Memories of Michael
    #1058 7/31/2009 My Screen Addiction
    #1061/#1062 08/21/09 Where the Joys Are.
    #1065/#1066 9/18/09 What's Next For Pop Culture?
    #1069/#1070 10/9/09 The One That Got Away
    #1073 10/30/09 The Secret To Pop Culture Snacking
    #1074 11/6/09 Exclusive Excerpt Under The Dome
    #1076 11/20/09 My Ultimate Playlist
    #1079/#1080 12/11/09 The Best TV OF 2009
    #1081 12/18/09 The Best Books of 2009
    #1084 1/8/10 The Best Movies of '09
    #1086 1/22/10 Decoding Movie Blurbs
    #1089/#1090 2/12/10 Hey, Jay - Good Night, and Good Luck
    #1092 3/5/2010 Putting Movies First
    #1096 4/2/2010 Inspector of Gadgets
    #1099/#1100 4/23/2010 Big Audio Dynamite
    #1105/#1106 6/4/2010 The Most Obnoxious TV Commercial. Ever.
    #1107 6/18/2010 Get Me Bruce Willis!
    #1110/#1111 7/9/10 My Must Summer Reads
    #1113 7/30/2010 The Wit and Wisdom of Stephen King
    #1114 8/6/2010 Rush To Judgement
    #1115 8/13/2010 First Look (Sons of Anarchy)
    #1118 9/3/2010 My 2010 Hits and Misses
    #1122 10/1/2010 Higher and Higher
    #1125/#1126 10/22/2010 Harry Who?
    #1128 11/12/2010 Exclusive Excerpt Full Dark, No Stars
    #1131 12/3/2010 The Best Films of 2010
    #1132 12/10/2010 The Best TV 0f 2010
    #1133 12/17/2010 The Best Books I Read This Year
    #1136 1/7/2011 So Long, My Friends [B]
    -------------------[The Pop of King concludes]-------------------
    #1157/#1158 6/3/2011 My Summer Reading List
    #1166 8/5/2011 My Summer Reading
    #1178 10/28/2011 Exclusive Excerpt 11/22/63
    #1184 12/9/2011 My 2011 Pop Culture Favorites
    #1185 12/16/2011 The Killing
    #1195 2/24/12 What I'm reading Now
    #1222 8/31/12 My Horror Obsession
    #1239/#1240 12/28/12 The Best TV I Saw in 2012 and The Best Books I read in 2012
    #1242 1/18/13 6 Books We Can't Wait For
    #1274 8/30/13 Reflections on a Criminal Mastermind
    #1276 9/5/13 Book Excerpt [Dr Sleep]
    #1291/#1292 12/27/13 Best Books, TV, Movies I read/watched this year (note not exact title - 3 separate articles)
    #1303 3/21/14 Criminally underrated shows, ...??? (note not exact title )
    #1311 5/16/14 Killing Time (Mr. Mercedes Excerpt)
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    Excellent post.
    Thanks for taking the time to collect the data.

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    Excellent post! Thank you!!
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    Wow! It will take some time but I am going to check my issues (stored in a cardboard box) against your list to see if I am missing any. Thanks!

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    Thanks,

    Gee maybe the thread moderator can put a sticky on it to keep it on the top - or near the top below the other sticky threads. :-)
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    thats a great post,well done.a lot of work put in there.

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    Very helpful, Bob. Thanks VERY much!

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    Quote Originally Posted by CRinVA View Post
    Thanks,

    Gee maybe the thread moderator can put a sticky on it to keep it on the top - or near the top below the other sticky threads. :-)
    I think that could be done for sure.
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    Thanks, Bob! There are a couple that I'd like to read again but I don't collect them.
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    good! the other day i went to the EW website to save them all (at least the ones available... I could compare :-) )

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    the only comment that i will do (is, by checking the EW website) are about the Bold articles that you list.

    Some of them are by SK, (you wrote By SK), but i think it would be less (hmm... misleading) to write smthg like (ABOUT SK), instead of writing which ones are by SK.

    this is my point of view... the following seems quite full and right

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    Herbert,

    The articles that are bold faced and include the statement By Stephen King means that King actually wrote the article. The ones that are bold faced but do not have that statement are articles written by other people about something related to Stephen King. Dees that clarify things for you?
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    Quote Originally Posted by CRinVA View Post
    Herbert,

    The articles that are bold faced and include the statement By Stephen King means that King actually wrote the article. The ones that are bold faced but do not have that statement are articles written by other people about something related to Stephen King. Dees that clarify things for you?
    it makes sense, it just that first i was confused even though i did get it...


    SO, i compared the EW articles online (that i saved) and your listing... ive found some articles that are not on your listing, and some that i didnt find (online)

    title, means that the title on the website is different that the one you gave so i guess from the online version


    722: title: the tao of SK
    729: title: Listen Up
    796: title: Ear Candy
    802: Not in your list: Crying Wolfe
    809: Not in your list: Stephen King on the worst ads on TV
    831: title: Poppin' Fresh
    853: Title: Music to My Ears
    854: Title: My 2005 Picks Movies - Scene It
    826/827 6/24/2005 The Sideshow Has Left Town (is a Pop of King column, according to the site)
    868: title: Analysing Oscar
    910: title: The A-List
    915: Not in your list: ‘24’, so Good Its Scary!
    941-942: title: Uncle Stevie's Gotta Have It!
    947: title: the joy of looking
    975: title : Books With Batteries – Why Not?
    977: title: The Celeb-ing of the President 2008
    980: title: Your Movie and Concert Hall Hell
    983: title: The 'Art' of the Blurb

    unknown number - Sep 29 2006: The wonder of it all

    Not in your list: online: The greatest rock songs ever made (2007)
    Not in your list: Head-Bangor's Ball 30th April, 2004



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    The following are not on the EW website (or i dint find it)... unfortunately i dont have a copy of text, and d like to get it someone can help me.

    759 4/9/2004 Enquiring Minds
    935 5/25/2007 Rock This Way

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    That is definitely very informative, thanks!
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    Bob can you add this one to your list:

    30 April 2004 - ‘The Pop of King’ appeared in ‘Entertainment Weekly’ under the title, ‘Head-Bangor's Ball’
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    Does anyone have the online link to these two?

    #905 11/3/2006 Hail to the Spoken Word
    #909 12/1/2006 When Stephen King met the 'Lost' boys

    Thanks.
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    Mr Rabit Trick - will do.

    Herbert, thanks the online titles may be different than the once I pulled directly off the hardcopy magazines. And a special thanks for the ones I seemed to have missed.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Patrick View Post
    Does anyone have the online link to these two?

    #905 11/3/2006 Hail to the Spoken Word
    #909 12/1/2006 When Stephen King met the 'Lost' boys

    Thanks.
    try here!
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    Quote Originally Posted by CRinVA View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Patrick View Post
    Does anyone have the online link to these two?

    #905 11/3/2006 Hail to the Spoken Word
    #909 12/1/2006 When Stephen King met the 'Lost' boys

    Thanks.
    try here!
    Thanks, Bob. I'll take a look.
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    Awesome list!!! I've only read a few of his EW articles. Hmmm, should I start collecting???

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    So which column is the one titled "Crashing the Party?"

    I know this is a lot to ask, but have you considered scanning all of them and posting them here?

    And by the way, "The Sideshow Has Left Town" is not one of the columns.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DanishCollector View Post
    ... I know this is a lot to ask, but have you considered scanning all of them and posting them here? ...
    It sounds like just about all of them are archived at the magazine's site, EW.com, so there's no need to scan them all here.
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    Quote Originally Posted by NeedfulKings View Post
    Awesome list!!! I've only read a few of his EW articles. Hmmm, should I start collecting???


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    Quote Originally Posted by DanishCollector View Post
    So which column is the one titled "Crashing the Party?"

    I know this is a lot to ask, but have you considered scanning all of them and posting them here?

    And by the way, "The Sideshow Has Left Town" is not one of the columns.
    That could also bring up copyright issues.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Matt View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by NeedfulKings View Post
    Awesome list!!! I've only read a few of his EW articles. Hmmm, should I start collecting???


    I have already promised my wife I would have a very select criteria for collecting.

    Signed in front of me
    Signed to me
    gift from a friend
    Something I really want to buy (that's my loophole)
    I LOVE the loophole Matt. It is effectively a catchall for everything.
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