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PostSubject: The Library of the Damned   Fri Oct 31, 2008 9:12 pm

All talk about film genre related readings!! books, comics, zines...etc...

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PostSubject: Re: The Library of the Damned   Sun Dec 21, 2008 12:07 pm

I just want to say how awesome that Dark Horse comics are releasing the Creepy archives. These are highly recommended to fans who do not own the early issues. Two editions are out now . Book one has issues 1 thru 5 and book two has 6 thru 10. Twisted Evil
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PostSubject: Re: The Library of the Damned   Tue May 12, 2009 11:00 am



August Ragone's debut book, EIJI TSUBURAYA: MASTER OF MONSTERS, is available at better book retailers near you from the world-renown Chronicle Books. "Who is Eiji Tsuburaya," you might ask? Tsuburaya (1901-1970) was one of the technical pioneers of Japanese Cinema in the Silent Era, who went on to create the visual effects for GODZILLA and ULTRAMAN. This authorized and official 208-page, heavily-illustrated, coffeetable hardcover, is the first fully-authorized book of its kind published outside of Japan, and is the first biography of this important figure of Japanese Cinema ever written in a language other than Japanese!

EIJI TSUBURAYA: MASTER OF MONSTERS details the dynamic life and movie career of this legendary film figure, from his early fascination with with movies, aviation, and model building, to his work in he golden age of Japanese Cinema to the ingenious technical innovations that brought miniature worlds and fantastic characters vividly to life.

A must-have, EIJI TSUBURAYA: MASTER OF MONSTERS features hundreds of film stills, posters, concept art, and delightful on-set photos of Tsuburaya instructing monsters to crush landmark buildings, this highly visual biography also features rare profiles of the master's film collaborators, detailed information key films and shows (most available on DVD), and features on the enduring popularity of the characters he helped create.



I REALLY need to get this soon, looks great & August has some great knowledge.

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