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Star Trek Ships of the Line (Anglais) Relié – 4 décembre 2006

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Présentation de l'éditeur

There has never been a Star Trek book like this one. Imagined scenarios, new worlds and historic battles are all brought to life between its pages, as settings for the spectacular starships which have graced the Star Trek universe throughout all five television series. This is what happens when you turn loose some of the most talented computer generated artists in Hollywood – who also just happen to be Star Trek fans – and ask them to create images they would like to have seen on Star Trek.
Over the past seven years, wall calendars called Star Trek: Ships of the Line have displayed breathtaking art, specially commissioned for the Ships of the Line series, only to be discarded at the end of the year. To celebrate the fortieth anniversary of Star Trek, the best calendar images of Star Trek battleships have been collected together, with new additional descriptions and history to give them their proper setting in the Star Trek universe. The result is a sumptuous visual record and a magnificent reference book which any Star Trek fan would be proud to own.

Biographie de l'auteur

DOUG DREXLER is currently an effects supervisor on BATTLESTAR GALACTICA. A long time Star Trek fan, this native New Yorker left the movie make-up field where he had won an Oscar for his work on DICK TRACY to pursue his life-long passion to work on Star Trek. Drexler taught himself computers and became one of the most valued members of the design staff for STAR TREK: THE NEXT GENERATION, STAR TREK: DEEP SPACE NINE and the effects designer for STAR TREK: ENTERPRISE. He currently lives in Hollywood.

Détails sur le produit

  • Relié: 176 pages
  • Editeur : Pocket; Édition : Pocket Books Hardcover Ed (4 décembre 2006)
  • Collection : Star Trek
  • Langue : Anglais
  • ISBN-10: 1416532439
  • ISBN-13: 978-1416532439
  • Dimensions du produit: 27,9 x 1,8 x 17,8 cm
  • Moyenne des commentaires client : 3.0 étoiles sur 5  Voir tous les commentaires (2 commentaires client)
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Par Rémi Jeandin le 14 septembre 2013
Format: Relié Achat vérifié
Ce livre est constitué de vues d'artistes (tous fans de Star Trek) et des citations ou des commentaires complètent chaque représentation.
C'est très bien fait. Un achat à réaliser si vous êtes fans de la franchise (même si vous ne l'êtes pas, vous apprécierez)
Petit détail, on découvre la baie de lancement du yacht du Capitaine Picard, quand le NCC 1701 D était encore en activité.
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Par Barbapapa91 le 21 septembre 2013
Format: Relié Achat vérifié
Pas grand chose d'intéressant dans ce volume; on a l'impression que l'éditeur cherche à rentabiliser un maximum la licence, mais le contenu ne suit pas.
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So much promise, so little content 18 avril 2007
Par monoblocks - Publié sur
Format: Relié Achat vérifié
Sure there's some excellent artwork in this picture book. But instead of being an artistic guide to the ships of the Star Trek universe, 'Ships Of The Line' ends up being more like a photo album (albeit artist-rendered) of the central ship of each of the Star Trek television series. This is not anything close to a comprehensive spotter's book for the various Federation and alien space craft like the book's dust jacket suggests, which is EXACTLY the sort of book a Trekkie geek like me was expecting. Instead, this book lays out like a scrap book of the various iterations of U.S.S. Enterprises as it appeared on the various series and in film, the Defiant from DS9 and of course Voyager. Too few of the art panels focus on other ships in the Star Fleet inventory, or from any of the alien races that makes the Star Trek shows as rich and embellished as they were.

Too small to be a real coffee table book, and too lacking in the sort of minutiae information a Trek trivia fan craves to be useful as a real Star Trek reference guide, 'Ships Of The Line' needs to head back to the literary version of space dry dock for a content refit.
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Simply Gorgeous 12 novembre 2006
Par Amazon Customer - Publié sur
Format: Relié
The vessels portrayed in Ships of the Line cover the length and breadth of the Star Trek universe. Arranged chronologically, from the earliest warp vessels to the futuristic Enterprise-J and darn near everything in between, this is a book you'll never tire of looking at.

Images of the U.S.S. Enterprise do dominate this collection but there are also wonderful representations of plenty of other Starfleet ships, as well as vessels associated with both friends and foes.

The variety of images is fantastic. Battle shots, alien landscapes, illustrations depicting the wonders of the universe and images that commemorate some of Star Trek's most memorable moments can all be found within the pages of Ships of the Line.

Each full-page illustration is accompanied by text written for each image by Michael Okuda on the opposite page. As you turn the pages it is a bit like an illustrated history of Star Trek as interpreted by Okuda.

Even if you've been collecting the calendars over the years that contain these same images, the high quality production values and the bargain price of $19.99(US) make Ships of the Line a must-have for every fans collection.
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A Good Read, But.... 17 mai 2007
Par J. Wilson - Publié sur
Format: Relié
While the book is titled "Ships Of The Line", I can't help but ask, "Where ARE the SHIPS??" It would've been a much better read had the authors provided more illustrations of Federation Starships other than those Star Trek fans are accustomed to seeing on a regular basis (ENT, TOS, TNG, DS9, VOY). It also would've been nice to have seen ships from other races (Vulcan, Andorian, Klingon, Romulan, Borg, etc.).

Overall, it is a good read BUT, it could've and should've been sooooo much better.
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Wonderful, but small 1 janvier 2007
Par James C. Lillian - Publié sur
Format: Relié
I really like this book. Great artwork. But...

The one thing I'd change is that the book (at 11.25"x7.25") is a mite small for an 'art book' in my opinion. Leaves me wanting more, both in size and future editions. ;-)
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How'd they mess up the B? 20 novembre 2006
Par Brian Lambert - Publié sur
Format: Relié
All things considered, a great book for the price. It's big enough to leave out on the coffee table, but small enough so that your blasphemously ignorant non-Trek associates won't mock you. The action shots are amazing, and the captions stir the imagination. Not being an avid Trek reader, I presume that these are taken from the novels?

That said, I was really hoping that the book would feature ships that we don't get to see very often in video (Enterprise B and C). I was really disappointed that the Enterprise B was repeatedly depicted as an Excelsior class ship, minus the refit, as it was depicted in "Generations" when it first launched. They even missed it on the cover!

Also, I wish the actual book cover matched the slipcover, but instead it's just about the plainest binding I've ever seen. However, I will be leaving the book setting out for guests to see, open to the purported Starfleet initial conceptual design for the refit Constitution class Enterprise.
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