Those wanting to delve deeper into Ubisoft’s rich world won’t be disappointed with this unique book.
The art team at Ubisoft has not missed a single opportunity to push eighteenth century France’s fashions and technology beyond history’s constraints.
I’ve set my hopes high for Elysium, but regardless of whether it delivers, Titan Books have produced another high quality and extensive look into the movie conception process.
These Adventure Time trades certainly won’t disappoint fans who just need a bit more Jake the Dog in their lives.
Man, Machines & Monsters whet my appetite far more than the clichéd publicity material and uninspiring trailers. This is another splendid hardcover tome from Titan Books and Insight Editions, one which sits somewhere between an Art of… and a Making Of…, with concept art, preliminary sketches and set photographs of the cast, crew and locales.
All in all, Star Trek: Countdown to Darkness justifies its existence and does actually enhance the overall Into Darkness experience. Which, I guess, automatically places it a notch above almost every other TV/movie tie-in I’ve read in recent years.