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Art of Marvel Studios by Marvel Comics (2012-09-19)

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  • By JMM on July 30, 2013

     This is a set of four art books from Marvel movies. Each of the books was sold separately, although you'll find that it probably cheapest to buy them together in this bundle. Also, the thick outer slip box is exclusive to this set, as is a folded poster that's included as well. I own the Hardcover Editions, and would recommend that version - although a bit more expensive, it's higher quality and will be easier to control.These books are big and heavy, and the pages are full of vibrant colors. Photos are mostly high quality. The images used in the books includes conceptual artwork, paintings, and CG models. You will also find plenty of set photos and stills from the movies. There are also marketing/promotional materials, such as movie posters. One of the great things about these books is that there are a lot of alternate designs/art that did not make it into the movie - so you can see how the production design progressed over time.*****Below is a detailed list of the imagery you'll find in the books:IRON MAN - Iron Man: The Art of Iron Man the Movie (Graphic Novel Pb)- Iron Man suit concept art- Photos of the Iron Man helmet and other pieces of armor- Iron Monger concept art- Jarvis/HUD- Tony's Workshop & Malibu Home- Stark's cars/jet- Storyboards from various sequences in the movieIRON MAN 2 - Iron Man: The Art of Iron Man 2- Stark's Hall of Armor- The suitcase suit progression- Stark Expo concept art/logo designs- Whiplash concept art- Hammer Industries weapons - Army, Navy, Marine drones- Black Widow & Nick Fury costume designs- Storyboards of Stark Expo drone attack sequence- Stark's Monaco car and racing suit.THOR - Thor: The Art of Thor the Movie- Thor comic book to screen comparisons- Costume designs for Thor, Loki, Odin, etc.- Dozens of various designs for Thor's hammer- Asgard city and technology concept artwork- The Destroyer design- Jotunheim landscapes and creatures- Frost Giants and their weapons- Theatrical Movie Poster designsCAPTAIN AMERICA - Captain America: The Art of Captain America - The First Avenger- Captain America comic book art- Costume sketches for Cap, Peggy Carter, Howard Stark, etc.- Dozens of various designs for Cap's Shield- Details of Steve Rogers transformation- Red Skull design concepts- Hydra weapons, including cosmic cube- Hydra vehicles - tanks, train, airship, etc.- Theatrical movie poster designs*****This set includes every art book from Marvel's Phase One, except for "The Avengers". You can purchase that separately here: Avengers: The Art of Marvel's The Avengers.Unfortunately, there was never an art book made for "The Incredible Hulk" (although I'd love to see one).

  • By benjamin bannister on January 23, 2017

    If you happened to miss getting the original four versions of these books with the slipcases, now you can get all four in this collection.— ART OF —When you buy your first Marvel Art Of book, it's hard not to own them all. And because these books were released long ago, the prices to buy them individually is through the roof. But now, you can get the Art Of books for the first four Marvel movies in this one set.The four hardcovers are housed in a giant "slipcase" to match all your other Marvel books. The only thing you're missing are the individual slipcases with additional art, but that's a small thing to not have in order to own all four of these.If you own one Art Of book then you can kind of know what to expect. The contents range from sketches to drawings to all sorts of digital media that showcases all the concept artwork for the movies. Some made it into the films, and some ideas were up for consideration. It's an interesting look at what could've been.— SUMMARY —This set is a bargain considering what it could've cost at this point in time. Buy this set to finish off your Marvel Art Of collection, or just to see all the ideas that inspired the beginnings of the Marvel Universe. Recommended.

  • By Rob D on April 21, 2014

    I splurged financially in buying these for myself. I did get a great price of around $60 shipped. That is $15/book. Most mainstream hardcover fiction books are $20+ when they come out, so by that standard, this was a total steal!These books themselves are put together like works of art, but demonstrate that the films they are about too are works of art, incorporating traditional art, CGI, costume design, set design, model makers, etc. etc.In short- absolutely total eye-candy! Proud to put these on my bookshelf of recently discovered and gradually growing "The Art of..." books!

  • By Christian Luis on February 24, 2013

    The quality of the paperback editions is terrible. The printing quality is fine, but the paper weight is horrendous. It is thin and flimsy (both the covers and interior pages) and the books collapse under their own weight because of this. You can't hold the books up to read without them flopping and curling over. I'm afraid to handle them because I fear I will tear the tissue-thin pages! I've had plenty of paperback how-to books that are about the same size (Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull Photographic Journal, the Making of the Indiana Jones Movies are the most recent ones I got) and bigger, and they are much more sturdy as they are made with a heavier cover and interior pages stock.My advice is to spring for the hardcover editions even though they are much more expensive. The paperbacks are very disappointing since they are practically impossible to handle.


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