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J. W. Rinzler currently serves as executive editor at Lucasfilm. George Lucas is the founder and chairman of Lucasfilm.

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  • Copertina rigida: 179 pagine
  • Editore: Harry N Abrams; 01 edizione (1 ottobre 2011)
  • Collana: Star Wars Art
  • Lingua: Inglese
  • ISBN-10: 1419700766
  • ISBN-13: 978-1419700767
  • Peso di spedizione: 1,6 Kg
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Che devo dire, i libri di Star Wars sono sempre una gioia per gli occhi: illustrazioni mozzafiato, info dettagliate, cura nei particolari. Sopratutto in questo volume della serie art, possiamo vedere le più belle immagini dai comics mondiali, eseguite dai maestri del fumetto. Da avere assolutamente
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volume fantastico per tutti gli appassionati non solo di Star Wars, ma di fumetto e illustrazione.Insieme di tavole a colori, bozze a matita e chine definitive da levare il fiato. Ottima idea regalo
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Libro appartenente all serie ART ( di cui si aspetta il quarto volume a settembre). Grande formato, illustrazioni in grande quantità e formato. Un must per gli appassionati di SW e un libro interessante anche per gli appassionati di fumetti, vista la quantità e qualità degli artisti che hanno omaggiato il mondo spaziale di SW.
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28 di 28 persone hanno trovato utile la seguente recensione
5.0 su 5 stelle Nice selection of Star Wars comic art 15 ottobre 2011
Di Parka - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
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Star Wars: Comics is an art book that collects the original art that have appeared in the comics since 1977.

It's a large hardcover book with 180 pages. Each piece of art is on a page by itself. The artworks are beautiful, big and satisfying to look at. There are pencil works, inked illustration, and full coloured paintings.

Lots of great artists are included, like Dave Dorman (who drew this book's cover), Al Williamson, Howard Chaykin, Adam Hughes, Bill Sienkiewicz, and more.

The selections includes the cover art for the first Star Wars issue that was published by Marvel in 1977, including its special edition. The variety is quite huge, including webcomics pages as well. Besides the pages and covers, there are also new work created just for this book by artists such as Mike Mignola, Paul Pope, Jim Steranko and more.

Reproduction is clear and sharp. Many of the pages and covers are drawn on the Dark Horse comic art boards, complete with bleeding lines, sometimes with blue pencils still visible. Some of the complicated scenes are drawn in higher than usual amount of detail, collected in the book to be admired. I think comic artists can be inspired by the high standard of work. There are a few average pieces, but don't really bring down the quality of the book much.

The book ends with an interview from 1976, with George Lucas, comic book artist Howard Chaykin and Marvel comic book editor Roy Thomas. The Star Wars film was still in production at the time. The interview discusses how they are going to approach creating the comic. They even talk about whether the comic characters should have likeness to the film actors.

Easily recommended to Star Wars fans.

(There are more pictures of the book on my blog. Just visit my Amazon profile for the link.)
5 di 5 persone hanno trovato utile la seguente recensione
4.0 su 5 stelle A comic art showcase of the Star Wars Saga 12 ottobre 2011
Di L. W. Swint - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
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"A long time ago in a galaxy far, far away..."

Thanks in no small part to the comic book medium, fans of the Star Wars films have had the happy opportunity to further explore the many worlds of the Star Wars galaxy for as long as the movies have enchanted audiences over the past three decades. In fact, it was in comic book form that the mythic adventures of Luke Skywalker and his friends first expanded beyond the threatrical screen (In Marvel Comics' Star Wars #7, to be exact; starring Han Solo and Chewbacca in a story called "New Planets, New Perils!" writen by Roy Thomas, and drawn by Howard Chaykin and Frank Springer, published in 1978, for you Star Wars trivia fans!) Star Wars in comic book form has come a long way since Mr. Lucas' first dazzled and delighted moviegoers in the summer of 1997. "Star Wars Art: Comics" offers the reader an introduction to the vast contribution talented artists have created as they envisioned the "galaxy far, far away" of filmmaker George Lucas.

This artbook reproduces a wide canvass of great comic art from such gifted creators as the above mentioned Howard Chaykin (who pencilled the first 6 Star Wars comics which adapted "A New Hope" before it was given that subtitle), Tom Palmer, Ron Frenz, Paul Gulacy, P. Craig Russell, Dave Dorman, Ken Kelly, Hugh Fleming, and other artists of stellar creative caliber. For this reviewer and comic fan, special mention must be given to the late great Al Williamson, who drew some of the greatest Star Wars illustrations for comics, beginning with his classic contribution to Marvel Comics' adaptation of "The Empire Strikes Back" movie (Issues #39-44), along with writer Archie Goodwin, and inker Carlos Garzon.

"Star Wars Art: Comics" contains major gifts for comic art enthusiasts in that within its pages are photographic plates of art taken from the original comic pages. Thus the reader can joyfully gaze at the original cover illustration to the premiere Marvel Star Wars comic cover by Howard Chaykin and Tom Palmer; Dave Cockrum and Rick Hoberg's cover to the first Marvel Special Edition, a treasury-sized reprint version of Star Wars comics #1-3 (showcased on the back and front of the book's hard covers); Princess Leia's "First Impressions" of Coruscant, by Kilian Plunket from Dark Horse Comics' "Star Wars Tales" #15; or some of the beautifully rendered pencilled pages drawn by Doug Wheatley for the comic series "Dark Times."

Another artistic treat of this book is its wealth of "Private commissions:" original artwork done by comic masters such as Amanda Conner, Joe Kubert (!), George Perez(!), Paul Pope, Tim Sale, and more, all exclusive to this special collection.

Still, even with the above mentioned treasures this book displays, there are disappointments as well. With a 30 plus year history of artistry to showcase, there are bound to be creators not represented or only briefly featured. This critc regrets that Carmine Infantino's contribution to the original Marvel comic series (a creative run of over 25 issues) was spotlighted with only one page.

Another very gifted Star Wars artist, Jan Duursema, has been a cherished creator to the "Prequel Era" of Dark Horse Star Wars comics. Ms. Duursema, along with her longtime collaborator, John Ostrander, also took the Star Wars Saga into a future beyond the time of Luke Skywalker with the epic "Legacy" comic series. But unfortunately this book only gives the reader one illustration from this great Star Wars artist.

In this reviewer's opinion, "Star Wars Art: Comics" also falters in the decision to exclude the Star Wars Comic Strip from its pages. Distributed by the Los Angeles Times Syndicate, this early version of the "Expanded Universe" ran in newspapers across the country from 1979 through 1984 and featured the work of Archie Goodwin, Alfredo Alcala,and Al Williamson. But most importantly, this unique series of Star Wars comic art also showcased the last work of another comic art master, Russ Manning. Mr. Manning wrote and drew the strip with his clean and elegant style in its debut year but was forced to leave the project due to declinning health. The creator of the classic "Magnus Robot Fighter" comic for Gold Key Comics in 1963, Mr. Manning also contributed highly regarded artistry to Edgar Rice Burroughs' "Tarzan of the Apes" in comic strip and comic book form for many years. He died in 1981.

Mr. Manning was my very first favorite comic book artist and creator when I was a child. When I learned that he would be devoting his talent to a comic strip version of my all-time favorite movie, "Star Wars," I couldn't have been happier! But as the years have grown into decades, this great comic artist's work in the Star Wars Saga has nearly been forgotten. While some of Mr. Manning's comic strip work has been reprinted by Dark Horse Comics in 1994-1995 in a 9 issue series called "Star Wars: The Early Adventures," the strips were edited and reformatted to fit the dimensions of a comic book. Mr. Manning's full and complete Star Wars art has never been given a proper exhibition. It would have been an extra special joy for this reviewer to see some of Mr. Manning's work displayed within the pages of this book, along with other of his fellow artists. But it was not to be.

In closing, "Star Wars Art: Comics" opens the pages of Star Wars history to its long interpretation in the comic book world. Because it is a vast and varied history still being revealed, this book's all too few pages offer only glimpses of that history, that myth from "a long time ago." Still, the glimpses are grand! It comes recommended to any who take joy in the art of Star Wars.
5.0 su 5 stelle Star Wars Art Comics 20 ottobre 2012
Di suqie Q - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
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This Star Wars Art Book with incredibly beautiful pictures, created by many famous comic artist, is a fantastic coffee table book. It is an instant conversational starter with company. This book has delighted many folks that I have entertained in my living room. Art is subjective, so while I am impressed with all of the artists, I did have a couple of favorite pages. I liked the humor of the stop light in the bottom panel of page 140, by Bill Sienkeiwicz. And I enjoyed the lovable camel on page 135, by Sam Keith. If camels were this cute, I would want one for a pet. Also, the interview in the back was great fun to read.

This book is a show stopper!
5.0 su 5 stelle Very good 12 marzo 2017
Di Drek'Thar - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
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I bought the book used, so it was a little banged up, but the art inside was truly amazing and inspiring.
Most of it was Original Trilogy, but there was a little of Prequel in there as well. Great for anybody that enjoys old Star Wars comics to see how they came to be and original sketches.
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4.0 su 5 stelle Star Wars Art 20 ottobre 2011
Di Sam Fett - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
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I loved last years Art book and was excited to get my hands on this one thinking it would be just as superb. I am a fan of the comics and have collected them for years. So I was excited and curious of which full spreads they would add. When I sat down to enjoy the book and opened it to find that more than half of the chosen art was black and white pencils and not the beautiful full color art I was a little disappointed. I quickly turned the pages to discover that most of the art chosen was from the Marvel era and not the Darkhorse comics. The Marvel era is great but not as crisp as the newer art that has come out in recent years. It would have been a much better collection if the full and finished art was present. I was also surprised at some of the art chosen to fill this volume. I remember pages that stopped my reading and made me examine the beautiful work of the artist in many of the Darkhorse comics. Ships going into hyperspace, great two page space battles, and a few great fight scenes where all missing. Good but not a great collection with lots of black and white pages and lots of Marvel images. This is one of those books I wish I would have been able to preview at a bookstore before purchasing. This is just my preference so if you like Marvel era with pencils with a sprinkling of Darkhorse era then this is your piece of that galaxy far far away.