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and entertainment website featuring reviews, interviews, and other articles that examine films, music, television, books, games, and other elements of pop-culture media. The A.V. Club was created in 1993 as a supplement to its satirical parent publication, The Onion. While it was a part of The Onion's 1996 website launch, The A.V. Club had minimal presence on the website at that point.On 13 December 2012, long-time writer and editor Keith Phipps, who oversaw the website after Stephen Thompson left, stepped down from his role as editor of The A.V. Club. He said, "Onion, Inc. and I have come to a mutual parting of the ways."

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ck Leger, and a foreword by X-Files creator Chris Carter.Starting in 1999, only lists written by individual writers were published. Beginning in 2006, The A.V. Club began publishing website-consensus, year-end album and film rankings, together with lists created by individual writers. Additionally decade-end lists were published for the 2000s and 2010s.

and respectful comment sections anywhere on the web until a redesign that saw the site switch their commenting system to Kinja, which brought a mass exodus of the regular commenting community. The AV Club served as the big break for a couple of critics who have gone on to other work. Most famous is the film critic Nathan Rabin, who coined the term Manic Pixie Dream Girl before moving on to The Dissolve- he returned to The AV Club after The Dissolve's unfortunate demise. Current Vox critic at large Emily VanDerWerff began as a TV critic at The AV Club, where she was known for the passion, depth and staggering quantity of her work. (Source: tvtropes.org)

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While The AV Club often features a snarky, irreverent tone, it is not satirical or parodic in the vein of its more famous sibling. In fact, the site is one of the more highly respected centers of criticism on the internet, especially its TV coverage. It also boasted one of the more pleasant and respectful comment sections anywhere on the web until a redesign that saw the site switch their commenting system to Kinja, which brought a mass exodus of the regular commenting community.

The AV Club served as the big break for a couple of critics who have gone on to other work. Most famous is the film critic Nathan Rabin, who coined the term Manic Pixie Dream Girl before moving on to The Dissolve- he returned to The AV Club after The Dissolve's unfortunate demise. Current Vox critic at large Emily VanDerWerff began as a TV critic at The AV Club, where she was known for the passion, depth and staggering quantity of her work. (Source: tvtropes.org)

 

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