In anticipation of the upcoming blockbuster film MAD MAX: FURY ROAD, 65 of comics best artists took to the post apocalyptic landscape to interpret this gorgeous and desolate world of George Miller's design. Inspired by images from the film, each of these visionary artists brings their unique style to a double page spread of part of the world of Mad Max. From breathtaking action sequences to heartbreaking character portraits, Fury Road will be perfectly captured by a one of a kind mix of comics legends, side by side with some of the most exciting new talent in the industry!
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About the Author
Lee Bermejo began drawing comics in 1997 for WildStorm Studios in San Diego at age 19. He collaborated with acclaimed writer Brian Azzarello on the graphic novels JOKER, LUTHOR and BEFORE WATCHMEN: RORSCHACH, and worked with writer John Arcudi on the Superman feature in WEDNESDAY COMICS. He has also worked on HELLBLAZER with writer Mike Carey and GLOBAL FREQUENCY with writer Warren Ellis. He has written and illustrated The New York Times best-selling book BATMAN: NOEL, as well as the new Vertigo series SUICIDERS.
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Mad Max: Fury Road INSPIRED ARTISTS Deluxe Edition based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
If you are a fan of Mad Max, this book is a wonderful collection of artwork inspired by the new film "Fury Road". It's a great collection of art by a number of talented artists, and there are a variety of styles and techniques on display. Essentially, each piece of art is 11x13 inches and is printed across a full two-page spread of the book. Now obviously, printing a piece of art across two pages presents an issue... that is, the middle of the piece gets lost in the middle binding. Fortunately, it's not a major problem for this book; many of the artists placed their subjects somewhere other than the center of the piece. In fact, the two-page spread actually highlights the symmetry of a few pieces. The book includes a brief foreword by director George Miller and short profiles/quotes from the featured artists. The only question is whether or not it's worth the cost -- at $15-20, it seems a bit expensive for a book which only has around 60 pieces of art. But if you do decide to buy I think you will be pleased with the quality of the book and the art within. For a complete review and photo gallery of this book, visit movieartbook(dot)com.
From the poster which I love the color style it has going, just so pretty, to the art direction in the film and this. Basically its different art styles and tone based on the movie. And some are okay but the style is different and are interesting and others are really really good. Like something you'd see on a comic or something. Pretty good collection type book.