Tony Soprano Puts on a Hit of a Different Sort, subtitled "Canadian Academic Studies Racy Genre of Slash Fiction", is an article by Adrian Humphreys that was published in the Canadian newspaper the National Post in September 2002.  Adrian Humphreys writes "being the subject of slash fiction is another step in its [The Sopranos'] ascension to cult television status, alongside such slash-friendly classics as Star Trek, Starsky and Hutch and Miami Vice." The article includes a quotation from "[o]ne effort, A Hit Man Who Cares". 
- ↑ 1.0 1.1 Humphreys. Adrian. Tony Soprano Puts on a Hit of a Different Sort. National Post p. A.10. September 18, 2002. Accessed October 2, 2008 through ProQuest Canadian Newsstand.