Mook

[graffiti artist] Mook is the nom de plume of Michael Monack, a graffiti artist who was active in Pittsburgh in the early 2000s. The name means `knucklehead or idiot.` He became known around the city and the media, but more for the audacity of the placement of his tags than the artistry. According to Pittsburgh officials, `He`s going into a...
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Mook

[publishing] A mook (mʊk) is a publication which is physically similar to a magazine but is intended to remain on bookstore shelves for longer periods than traditional magazines. The term is a portmanteau of `magazine` and `book`. It was first used in 1971, at a convention of the Fédération Internationale de la Presse Périodique. The fo...
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mook

A Japanese contraction of the English words magazine and book. Mook are books with the look, design, and layout of magazines. There are literally thousands of these beautiful, full color publications to be found relating to the world of anime and other topics.
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Mook

Magazine/bOOK, the glossy large-format softback books often used to showcase anime artwork.
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Mook

Mook is an American slang expression of abuse.
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