Here. I have nothing in principle against these volumes. In fact, I enjoyed reading one (The Simpsons and Philosophy) and contributed to one (Twilight and Philosophy). What bothers me is that they're proliferating like kudzu. There's only so much room on the philosophy shelves at my local bookstore, and I've noticed over the last 5 years that they are increasingly dominated by philosophy and pop culture volumes. Which means other stuff is less available. And no, it doesn't seem as if these books are whetting appetites for more philosophy. Over the same time period, I've also seen the philosophy sections shrink at Borders and Barnes and Noble. When it comes to this sort of thing, perhaps a little less would be a little more. That being said, one new volume did catch my eye--Climbing and Philosophy. Nice topic.
UPDATE: Climbing and Philosophy is part of a new Blackwell series called Philosophy for Everyone.