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  • Relié: 272 pages
  • Editeur : Marvel; Édition : Slp (19 novembre 2013)
  • Langue : Anglais
  • ISBN-10: 0785168125
  • ISBN-13: 978-0785168126
  • Dimensions du produit: 27,3 x 2,9 x 30,2 cm
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Par Nathan03 le 18 octobre 2014
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Un magnifique ouvrage dédié au second volet du dieu d'asgard. Des storyboards, des dessins conceptuels... ! Que du bonheur !
Indispensable pour tout amateur de l'univers Marvel... !
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Par Viki le 3 décembre 2013
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Livre de très belle qualité, tant sur le format, les photos et le papier que sur le contenu.
Un ouvrage à posséder pour les fans de la licence Marvel !
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Much improved over the first film's art book 19 novembre 2013
Par Jem - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié Achat vérifié
The Art of Thor the Dark World is a major improvement over "The Art of Thor the Movie", which had far too many pages of abstract designs for Jotunheim, and too few of the main characters and Asgard. TDW has more visually stimulating settings, and the Dark Elves are also more interesting than Jotuns. And here, the text enhances and expands upon the art in a meaningful way.

The book is laid out in a logical progression that mostly mirrors the film's narrative. All of the main characters have an updated look, but rather than just running through them all at once, they are covered as it relates to the story and settings. The movie opens with backstory narrative of the Dark Elves, and the Art book opens (after the introduction) with an overview of the Book of Yggdrasil, and how its design was based on illuminated texts. The film then jumps to our hero, Sif and the Warriors Three, engaged in battle. Thus, the book runs through their costume updates, as well as the development of Vanaheim, the look of its people and of the Marauders who are attacking them. The prose helps put the images in perspective by explaining the artists/filmmakers choices, and even how they tie back to the comic source. One of my favorite pages in this section is the evolution of Mjolnir, with a picture of each incarnation from the three films laid side by side. This made it much easier to see the subtle, but effective, differences.

The book then devotes a hefty section to the development of the Dark Elves, their technology and ships. It was time well spent. I thought the ships in the film were visually stunning and very creative, and it was interesting to see how they evolved and from where the artists drew inspiration. The editor discusses how Malekith was necessarily adapted from his comic book look and how the elves' masks came to be. When Jane comes to Asgard, the book follows her there. Most of the rest of the book is dedicated to Asgard's updated look. Alan Taylor had a specific vision to ground Asgard in reality, while still showing their advanced technology. The book goes through each of the major sets of Asgard, such as the Throne Room, Hall of Science, Medina, Frigga's chambers and the dungeons. The section then highlights the changes to characters as they relate to Asgard: Jane, Heimdall, Odin, Frigga and Loki.

The book closes with a very brief mention of the marketing for the film. Again, I feel Marvel should either expand on this or do a book specifically about the marketing for these films since it is so interesting.

The exterior covers mimic the design imagery of the Book of Yggdrasil and the book comes enclosed in slipcase, with full color wrap-around imagery. The front of the slipcase has Thor from the teaser poster, and the back has Loki as seen on his character poster in the destroyed throne room. Overall, this book is incredibly well done and quite beautiful. Highly recommended.
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The Masterful Art of Marvel Studios! 25 novembre 2013
Par Thanos of Titan - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié Achat vérifié
I have collected every single "Art of" book from Marvel Studios and this one is definitely one of the best, second only to the Avengers art book. One of the thing I love most about these books is that by describing the designs of the characters and scenes you actually get more details that further what you have already seen in the film. I also love to see all the different variations of the same character. For example, it was great to see all the designs for Malekith. You can see where they tried to make him look more like the comic book character, but then explained that his look in the comics wouldn't fit into the Cinematic universe if they translated it directly. Instead they take the "spirit" of the character and reshape it so it still retains ties to it's comic origins yet seamlessly fits into the movie world as well. I think Marvel does this better than any of the other film companies that make comic book movies.

I buy these books because Marvel has the best design team in the business as far as I'm concerned. With each film this design team shows their love of the source material yet knows what is necessary to translate it to their movie universe. Keep up the great work Marvel!
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Great concepts but some artworks are printed too dark 3 janvier 2015
Par Parka - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié
I'm impressed but also left with some mixed feelings after going through the book.

Let's start with the good.

This book comes with a slipcase as well, just like the first Thor movie artbook, but the book is even thicker at 272 pages. It feels good just looking at how thick the book is.

Since the first book has already covered the character designs for the main characters, coverage for them is smaller here and focuses instead on the subtle design changes. The bulk of the character designs are for the Vanir, Marauders, Malekith, Algrim, Kurse and Dark Elves. The enemies have more pages. But overall, there are lots of great designs and variations to look at, as well as some props. There are the head prosthetics and final film stills to look at.

Concepts for the locations are amazing, especially for Asgard which is really beautiful. However, the art can sometimes be a bit rough and have a very CGI look. Many of the environment art are printed huge, sometimes across two pages, but some don't seem to have the resolution to go that big and result in less than sharp images. At least they captured the mood and atmosphere well.

Storyboards for selected sequences are included, some are animatic storyboards.

Now for the bad part.

Some of the designs are too dark. I know the movie is called Thor: The Dark World, but still... The details fading into darkness thing can be a bit overkill in this book. I have a difficult time making sense of the interior of the Dark Elves' Ark. Much is shrouded in darkness. Many of the character designs also have their details lost into the black. If I'm reading a comic book, that's pretty stylish use of black, but this is a concept art book so I should at least be able to see stuff clearly.

The concepts are good but the quality is marred by the images being less sharp and too dark at times.

Overall, it's still worth a buy because it's a decent artbook with plenty of stuff to see.

(See more pictures of the book on my blog. Just visit my Amazon profile for the link.)
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Beautiful book but... 6 décembre 2013
Par Megan Hartwig - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié Achat vérifié
This art book is beautiful and goes into a lot of detail regarding the development of the realms and the characters we haven't seen prior to this movie. However, there is only one page per reoccurring character (Thor, Loki, Warriors 3, Sif, Heimdall, etc.) and sometimes only one production still/one piece of concept art per character. I would have like to have read and saw more on how the costume design from the first two movies influenced this one. The front of the slip cover has Thor and the back has Loki. The actual book itself is made to look like the Book of Yggdrasil.
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Beautiful insight into the MCU creative process 18 février 2014
Par C. Cauthen - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié Achat vérifié
If you want a deeper look into the creative process behind the beautiful sets and imagery, fantastic ships, awe-inspiring aliens, and rich costumes of Thor: The Dark World, this is the book for you. I love seeing the thought process that goes into creating something like the Dark Elves or the different worlds of the Nine Realms and how the artists working on this film interpreted all of these things so that they would be great onscreen but perhaps also including references to the way they look in the comic books.
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