Two visual books for the movie Terminator Salvation are coming out on 28 April 2009, The Art of Terminator Salvation and Terminator Salvation: The Movie Companion. Titan Books will be publishing both books. The art book packs 256 pages at a very nice price point.
I'll be getting them but don't count on my reviews to be out that fast.
If you have been searching for Fables: Covers by James Jean, you might be disappointed to see that it is out of print and selling for over US$80 on amazon.com.
I've good news for you.
Amazon.co.uk has them in stock! But the publisher listed is Titan Books instead of Vertigo. The ISBN numbers are also different from the Vertigo books.
I've checked amazon.com for this isbn and it only exists only on amazon.co.uk. So grab it while stocks last.
To see what's inside, just check out my book review for Fables: Covers by James Jean.
I am very happy to say that The Art of Kung Fu Panda is back in stock as well! It has lots of character designs. It's one of my favourite art books.
Head on over now to check out some pictures from my book review of The Art of Kung Fu Panda.
Exodyssey: Visual Development of an epic adventure by Steambot Studios.
For those who have pre-ordered the book on amazon.com, the hardcover will be shipping in 5-6 days. That's a pretty long delay considering it was initially scheduled for a 1 April release.
For those who don't know what the book is about, check out my Exodyssey book review to look at what's inside.
Their companion website exodyssey.com is also up. Lots of good stuff there too.
The Art of Disney's Neglected Prince
From the Prince who is Charming, to the Prince who began as a "diamond in the rough," to the Lord of the Jungle, and to the many princes whose kiss led to a happily ever after, the Disney princes are often neglected in favor of their female counterparts.
Disney's Neglected Prince is a hard cover, museum-quality "Art of" book that focuses on the men, whether they rule from a castle, a forest, or a mountaintop, or just marry well. The roster includes royal favorites such as Princes Phillip, Eric, and the Beast; royalty from other realms including Hercules, John Smith and Li Shang; and the latest to ascend to the throne--Prince Edward from the upcoming Disney feature Enchanted and the Prince from The Princess and the Frog. Rare and rarely seen visual development art from The Walt Disney Feature Animation Studio will give Disney fans an opportunity to enjoy these hand-drawn hunks in a whole new way.