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Neptune Noir is a collection of essays on the hit drama  Veronica Mars, and is not authorized by CW, the creators or producers of  Veronica Mars, or any entity associated with the show.

 

More than just a high school drama,  Veronica Mars is a smart and savvy teen detective show that offers complex mysteries and rapier wit, engaging social commentary, and noir sensibilities—with the occasional murder thrown in for good measure. This collection, edited by the creator and executive producer of the show, offers supreme insight into the class struggles and love stories of the series. Essays by top writers intelligently address a multitude of questions, such as  Is Veronica a modern-day vigilante? Why is a show that features rape, potential incest, and a teen girl outsmarting local authorities so popular with America''s conservative population? and  Why is Veronica and Logan''s relationship the most important story-driving factor in the show?

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Adult/High School–Thomas says that creating the TV show Veronica Mars saved both his career as a screenwriter and his soul. He had all but given up on the possibility of actually selling a teen detective story to the networks when WB bought it. This collection of essays has a mix of writing styles. From why Veronica lies to why audiences love her on-again, off-again relationship with her boyfriend, each selection serves to enhance both Thomas''s thoughts on what makes good TV and to provide literary analysis. Yes, pop culture TV can be analyzed, and very well. Pair this with the DVDs of seasons one and two of the series and you won''t need a detective to figure out where the materials are. They''ll be checked out.– Mary George, Placer County Library, Auburn, CA
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Rob Thomas is the creator and executive producer of the critically acclaimed drama  Veronica Mars. He is a former script writer for television shows  Dawson''s Creek and Space Ghost Coast to Coast and  the film  Drive Me Crazy. He lives in Los Angeles.

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Danielle Zimmerman
3.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
An Okay Collection of Essays, But Even The Most Die-Hard Fan Will Find a Lot of This Dry
Reviewed in the United States on April 15, 2018
I wanted to love this. I''m a huge Veronica Mars fan and have tried to get my hands on everything related to the show that I possibly can. I loved the insights of the forward and introductions to each essay from Rob Thomas, but the pieces themselves ranged from okay to... See more
I wanted to love this. I''m a huge Veronica Mars fan and have tried to get my hands on everything related to the show that I possibly can. I loved the insights of the forward and introductions to each essay from Rob Thomas, but the pieces themselves ranged from okay to incredibly dry, with only a couple of truly great pieces thrown in. It took me a while to get through this because I wasn''t dying to keep reading these essays. (I''d also like to make it clear that I had no issue with the fact that this book is out of date in terms of where the series is now. That wasn''t at all what I disliked about this.)

All in all, I''m glad I read it because I had been wanting to for a long time, but I''m not sure if I''ll be rereading it at all.
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More to it than meets the eye.
Reviewed in the United States on November 14, 2020
This needs to be prefaced by a warning that one should not read this book unless one has seen the series and is a fan. The book is a series of articles, written by different authors, that discuss various aspects and challenges of making the series and as such it is pretty... See more
This needs to be prefaced by a warning that one should not read this book unless one has seen the series and is a fan. The book is a series of articles, written by different authors, that discuss various aspects and challenges of making the series and as such it is pretty interesting. It is unusual to have a critically acclaimed TV show have a platform that lays out why it is so well thought of in detail on many levels. Made me appreciate the show even more than I did. That being said I petered out 3/4''s of the way through the book. I felt that the best writing was up front and it started to maybe not repeat itself exactly, but perhaps it is not a book that should be read cover to cover in one go.
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solomonbundy
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Not sure what I was expecting
Reviewed in the United States on August 16, 2021
For some reason I thought this was a collection of short fan-made stories containing characters from the show. However, it''s just fans writing segments about aspects of the show and episodes themselves. Not sure if I''m even going to bother reading it. For now I put it... See more
For some reason I thought this was a collection of short fan-made stories containing characters from the show. However, it''s just fans writing segments about aspects of the show and episodes themselves. Not sure if I''m even going to bother reading it. For now I put it with my season disc sets.
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Maren McBride
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Interesting enough if you are a big VM fan.
Reviewed in the United States on October 16, 2014
This is a collection of essays by different authors analyzing specific aspects of Veronica Mars. My favorite parts were the intros to the essays by Rob Thomas, providing a little more insight to the writing or production of the show. I was hoping for more of it. Some of the... See more
This is a collection of essays by different authors analyzing specific aspects of Veronica Mars. My favorite parts were the intros to the essays by Rob Thomas, providing a little more insight to the writing or production of the show. I was hoping for more of it. Some of the essays I really enjoyed reading, and I found myself wanting to rewatch the series to look at the episodes in the new light presented. But some of the essays....what? Cars? Conservatives? Who-knows because I skipped through the weird analysis? I think it is great that people can connect to the show in such varied personal ways, but my personal view can''t find the value in all of them. The book was a mixed bag.
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Fun for the Fan Geek
Reviewed in the United States on February 5, 2014
I can be obsessive when I like a book or a television show - not over the top obsessive, but I go looking for the opinions of others and additional information about the things I like. It seems I am not alone, as this publisher specializes in popular culture and the... See more
I can be obsessive when I like a book or a television show - not over the top obsessive, but I go looking for the opinions of others and additional information about the things I like. It seems I am not alone, as this publisher specializes in popular culture and the analysis of same.

I recently re-watched Veronica Mars and then discovered this book of essays that range from the cheerful and tongue in cheek to the serious deconstruction of Veronica from a feminist and academic point of view. I recommend both this book and the publisher for smart fan boys and girls. They really are both thoughtful and fun.
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Seth in SF
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A good read that helps enjoy the show
Reviewed in the United States on April 4, 2013
As with all the Smart Pop series, the word "unauthorized" is displayed twice prominently on the front cover and again on the spine, but make no mistake: show creator (and frequent episode writer) Rob Thomas edited this collection of essays, penned the opening piece, and... See more
As with all the Smart Pop series, the word "unauthorized" is displayed twice prominently on the front cover and again on the spine, but make no mistake: show creator (and frequent episode writer) Rob Thomas edited this collection of essays, penned the opening piece, and provided a half- to one-page response to each chapter. The CW owns the show, but Thomas was its heart and soul, so this is as authorized as most fans care about.

If you haven''t seen the show, a few of these essays will seem pointless, but even then most of them will read as well as any media analysis out there. Authors vary from media studies professors to critics, writers, fans, and psychologists.

As expected, the essays are uneven but none fall to embarrassing levels and a few stand out as excellent. Thomas'' responses are highlights of the book. He provides the expected anecdotes and "aw shuck"-ing but he adds context that helps interpret the essays.

The book is handicapped by having been published between seasons two and three. Since the show ended after season three, waiting a year would have provided a complete view of the run. As it is, many of the essays are left pondering if or how future seasons will challenge their thesis.

Over those first two seasons, the same episodes and the same lines from the theme appear repeatedly in the essays. This is good: it gives multiple views of the most-effective episodes and draws the (carefully chosen) theme song into most of the character elements in the series. But because of this, these episodes are discussed in detail and the finales of both seasons one and two are the most popular. If you haven''t seen these, be aware that you''ll know (almost) everything about them by the time you''ve finished the book.

Whether you like the show, are interested in its popularity, or are interested in media studies and screenwriting, Neptune Noir is a worthwhile read.

Specific comments on a few of the essays:

"Introduction: Digressions on How Veronica Mars
Saved My Career and, Less Importantly, My Soul" by Rob Thomas is the obligatory "How I created the show" reminiscence. It''s a fine read, but doesn''t add anything to the show itself; it''s really about Thomas. It has the expected amount of self-congratulatory tone (how he fell from grace into the writing schlock, how VM was his last, best hope to write something he cared about, yadda yadda yadda) but isn''t overly sanctimonious. I was pleasantly surprised.

"Welcome to Camp Noir" by Lani Diane Rich finally provides a term to describe the show. I''d argue that "arch" is more appropriate than "camp," but it''s a good term that most people who haven''t seen the show can "get." Thomas'' reaction (about how much he hates camp) is interesting. The essay does a good job identifying which characters bring the camp/arch elements and which supply the noir (and how the major characters balance or meld the two). A high point of the book.

"Story Structure and Veronica Mars" by Geoff Klock. I was very excited about this one, but it turns out to be a first-year walkthrough of one episode of VM. Not bad, but not what the title promised.

"Veronica Mars: Girl. Detective." by Evelyn Vaughn suggests that VM herself is allowed--in TV culture--to get away with her behavior because of her "girly" elements. Not quite a feminist analysis, this is worth a think.

"Daddy''s Girl" by Joyce Millman is the obligatory Freudian analysis of the show as Electra complex. Had to be here and Millman does a credible job with it.

"Daddy Dualities" by Amy Berner is a better analysis of the Kieth/Veronica dynamic. Berner contrasts all of the recurring fathers on the show (including Duncan).

"On the Down-Low" by Lynne Edwards is very short, but provides the most interesting view in the book. Edwards discusses the use of race in the show, from the lynching symbolism in the pilot to the appropriation signifying from American black culture.

"The Duck and the Detective" by Chris McCubbin addresses the question of why VM has so many avowedly conservative fans. I noticed a conservative bent while watching the show (in the traditional, Goldwater Conservative, sense) and McCubbin tries to identify elements of the show that appeal to that demographic--as well as to explain why these don''t turn off more liberal viewers.

"I''m in Love with My Car" by Lawrence Watt-Evans discusses the use of cars and motorcycles in the show. VM shows people in cars more than almost any other show on the air and Watt-Evans describes their use of vehicles more as costuming than props, with the model, age, and look of each car chosen to match the character and scene. Certainly Logan''s bright yellow SUV/Jeepy thing is a significant part of his character, but the other observations Watt-Evans makes would never have occurred to me.

"Boom Goes the Dynamite" by Misty Hook is the obligatory Veronica/Logal "shipper" essay. Enough said.

"Innocence Lost" by Samantha Bornemann hypothesizes that "teen girl drama" began in 1994 with the much-lamented) Claire Danes vehicle My So-Called Life and contrasts VM with that and Buffy (of course). It''s a shallow comparison and a shallow premise (readers older than 25, or who have seen television from before 1990, will certainly challenge the claim that MSCL was completely unprecedented), but Buffy is the elephant in the room of any 20-oriented drama circa 2000, so someone had to do it.

Overall, a good read that helps enjoy the show. It also makes a more informed viewer for other shows in or near the genre.

Just be sure you''ve seen all of season 2 first.
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TriSaratoppps
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For serious VMars fans only.
Reviewed in the United States on March 5, 2013
I ate this book up, and finished it very quickly. I liked every article in the book. I did lend it to a friend who had watched the show through once and liked the show, and she was not a fan of the book. I think mostly only over-the-top Veronica Mars fans will... See more
I ate this book up, and finished it very quickly. I liked every article in the book. I did lend it to a friend who had watched the show through once and liked the show, and she was not a fan of the book.

I think mostly only over-the-top Veronica Mars fans will love this book. Lots of attention to detail, and thought, even going so far as to delve into the car choices of characters. I LOVED it.
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David Thomas
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For the Veronica Mars Afficianados
Reviewed in the United States on June 8, 2013
The essays vary in quality from graduate papers busying themselves with retelling the plots to personal accounts of the evolution of this fascinating series. I enjoyed it for its academic discussions of a pop TV series that I particularly liked, but I look forward to a more... See more
The essays vary in quality from graduate papers busying themselves with retelling the plots to personal accounts of the evolution of this fascinating series. I enjoyed it for its academic discussions of a pop TV series that I particularly liked, but I look forward to a more extended analysis of Veronica Mars in the context of this powerfully emergent genre of culturally edgy TV series.
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AVW
4.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Varied and insightful
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on June 8, 2009
The criminally neglected Veronica Mars is well-represented in this eclectic collection. The insights into the pit-falls and joys of television-making are well-documented by Thomas himself, and the essays are all fascinating and worthwhile. It is also amusing how the...See more
The criminally neglected Veronica Mars is well-represented in this eclectic collection. The insights into the pit-falls and joys of television-making are well-documented by Thomas himself, and the essays are all fascinating and worthwhile. It is also amusing how the contributing academics often write like gushing fans, and the gushing fans like academics! And the book does work on all these levels, whether for fans or lecturers in English or media studies, adding depth and valuable insights into the superb series. It was particularly gratifying to see an entire essay on the subject of cars, though it could have gone further; for VM has a unique language and emphasis on cars that is lacking in most TV: not only the types of cars, but the way people relate to them, and in them. Reading this book ensures you can enjoy the series even more. I would have appreciated some insight into the Greek/Roman mythology references e.g. Neptune, Triton, Pan, Troy, but maybe that''s for another day. We can''t have everything.
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RL Cloherty
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Good Companion
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on February 29, 2012
An excellent series of essays examining various aspects of the series. These include looking at other teen series and the various relationships in the stories. It puts the series into the context of the society in which it is set. The problem is that the series is/was so...See more
An excellent series of essays examining various aspects of the series. These include looking at other teen series and the various relationships in the stories. It puts the series into the context of the society in which it is set. The problem is that the series is/was so good and it is difficult to compare the high standard of the essays with the sheer excellence of the series. I would recommend this to any fan of the series.
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Paula
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Four Stars
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on May 13, 2016
I highly recommend it if you loved Veronica Mars. It gives a different perspective on the TV Show
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I love it.
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on January 27, 2016
Perfect condition, and just as described. The first chapter is by Rob Thomas about his journey to creating Veronica Mars, then it''s a collection semi in-depth reviews of the show and we (and they) love Veronica Mars.
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Geek Goddess
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A mixed bag, but fun for fans
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on August 27, 2015
Interesting essays for fans of the show, who may find Rob Thomas'' commentary the best bits.
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