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A surprising amount has been written and recorded about Max and his world. This page is a start on listing all articles, critiques, panels, round tables and video retrospectives that focus on Max.
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==Contemporary Articles & Reviews==
 
While the era was short, Max generated a tremendous amount of interest in the entertainment media, and it seems as if every magazine and major newspaper wrote at least one article about him and his shows.
 
While the era was short, Max generated a tremendous amount of interest in the entertainment media, and it seems as if every magazine and major newspaper wrote at least one article about him and his shows.
  
 
This is an incomplete list of those articles - which is distinct from the print [[Max: Interviews|interviews]].
 
This is an incomplete list of those articles - which is distinct from the print [[Max: Interviews|interviews]].
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==Video Retrospectives==
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Around the major anniversaries of the Max Headroom era, various groups including television museums and fan groups have assembled one or more of the cast and creative team to discuss aspects of Max.

Revision as of 17:37, 31 March 2015

A surprising amount has been written and recorded about Max and his world. This page is a start on listing all articles, critiques, panels, round tables and video retrospectives that focus on Max.

Contemporary Articles & Reviews

While the era was short, Max generated a tremendous amount of interest in the entertainment media, and it seems as if every magazine and major newspaper wrote at least one article about him and his shows.

This is an incomplete list of those articles - which is distinct from the print interviews.

Video Retrospectives

Around the major anniversaries of the Max Headroom era, various groups including television museums and fan groups have assembled one or more of the cast and creative team to discuss aspects of Max.