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Intron Depot 2: Blades (Anglais) Broché – 21 janvier 2003

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Tome 2 de la série Intron Depot. j'inclus le bandeau promotionnel (en japonais)

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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Slice and Dice! 16 juillet 2016
Par Jamil Bhatti - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
This giant thing (for some reason, my book 2 of this series is much larger than the first, resulting in a dumb uneven skyline on my bookcase, but whatever) is a collection of Shirow’s color artwork from 92-98 and if you loved the first volume, this one will not disappoint.

The best thing about this is that I haven’t seen any of this stuff before, and while I find some of Shirow’s CG work kind of horrendous (like page 34, ugh, it’s so much better if he just paints it by hand!), there is some truly beautiful artwork in here which was never seen outside of Japan. Add to this some insightful and self-deprecating remarks from Shirow himself, and you’ve got a solid addition to your collection.
5.0 étoiles sur 5 Intron Depot 2 Blades. 9 avril 2009
Par Token - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
This a collection of Shirow's artwork from 1992 through 1998. This is his freshman attempt at switching from analog to digital. There's still some of his hand drawn art within but his best stuff in my oppinion is his computer aided work, which he has proven to be a master of. This collections focus is on his amazingly illustrated ladies wielding some sort of bladed weapon. Most but not all do though. It also isn't all women. This is a giant step up from his first Intron Depot. It is an awesome collection worthy of a true collectors investment. I recommend it!
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Amazing costume design for the fantasy girls 11 mars 2009
Par Parka - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
Masamune Shirow is the creator of Ghost in the Shell. But you won't find any concept art from that manga or anime here.

This is a large size art book containing full page coloured illustrations Masamune Shirow has created from 1992 to 1998. That includes commissions for game art, posters and other projects.

There are lots of female character illustrations done in strong manga style. Every piece is captioned to explain the project and concept.

The costume designs for the fantasy characters are extremely elaborate, detailed and unique to the point that I think is quite impossible to create in real life. That being said, the designs take away a little believability as a result.

If I am to summarize this book in a sentence, it would be this: Erotic girls in fantasy setting. The interpretation of fantasy is really out of the world.

Whether you like the book will depend on whether you like manga style.

This book was first published in 1998 and might be hard to find now.

(More pictures are available on my blog. Just visit my Amazon profile for the link.)
5.0 étoiles sur 5 A great "read" for diehard Shirow fans.....and ONLY Shirow Fans 11 janvier 2006
Par 1chigo - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
As a longtime fan of this man's work not only as an artist but a writer, I cannot recommend this book highly enough, not just to Shirow fans, but to ALL fans of awesome, highly detailed CG-art. At first, I found Shirow's transition from good old-fashioned pen-and-ink-and-airbrush-and-whatever-isn't-nailed-down(yes, while he still used conventional means in rendering his art, he did use an ecclectic assortment of tools) to CG somewhat unforgivable and unfathomable, I did gradually warm to his new style. Indeed he was revolutionary in his use of CG rendering. I mean look at all the myriad mangaka that use CG now!! This images in this book were truly a harbinger of things to come in the manga world.

Anyway, like I said before, if you're into sci-fi manga and anime, and hyperdetailed CG, and above all else, the female form, and ain't put off by the price, then by all means BUY THIS BOOK. Please ignore linlin's moronic, and obviously BIASED commentary, as it's borne out of the mind of a closed-minded nobody who thinks all Japanese-made audio/visual entertainment should be of the sacharrine/annoying variety. If anything "linlin-chan" (egads, what a stupid, contrived name) should try to judge something based upon its MERITS, not her insipid tastes.
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3.0 étoiles sur 5 Interesting work, but only for a die-hard fan 10 septembre 2002
Par Un client - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
Masamune Shirow is one of the most interesting and accessible manga creators with his works Appleseed and Ghost in the Shell. This is his second color art book and - while good - is not what you may expect. This book focuses on his fantasy work, not science fiction, so don't expect to see any familiar faces from his manga. I found his experiments using computer art interesting, and artists may enjoy his detailed descriptions on composition. I would recommend getting Intron Depot 1 first and waiting for 3 which is again to be science fiction pieces.
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