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- Doc Brown's Delorean from Back to the Future!
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Go back in time with Pop! Vinyl and Back to the Future! This Back to the Future DeLorean Time Machine Pop! Vinyl Vehicle features Emmett "Doc" Brown's DeLorean sports car that Marty traveled in throughout the hit Back to the Future trilogy. The DeLorean is able to hold a single 3 3/4-inch Pop!...
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Back to the FutureHarper Design. 2015
Great Scott! Go Back to the Future with Doc Brown and Marty McFly in this visually stunning look at the creation of one of the most beloved movie trilogies of all time. Few films have made an impact on popular culture like the Back to the Future trilogy. This deluxe, officially licensed book goes behind the scenes to tell the complete story of the making of these hugely popular movies and how the adventures of Marty McFly and Doc Brown became an international phenomenon. Back to the Future: The Ultimate Visual History is a stunning journey into the creation of this beloved time-traveling saga and features hundreds of never-before-seen images from all three movies, along with rare concept art, storyboards, and other visual treasures. The book also features exclusive interviews with key cast and crew members—including Michael J. Fox, Christopher Lloyd, Lea Thompson, Robert Zemeckis, Bob Gale, Steven Spielberg, Frank Marshall, Kathleen Kennedy, and more—and tells the complete story of the production of the movies, from the initial concept to the staging of iconic scenes such as the “Enchantment Under the Sea” dance and the hoverboard sequence. The book also delves into the wider Back to the Future universe, exploring the animated television show and Back to the Future: The Ride. Written by Michael Klastorin—the production publicist on the second and third movies—with Back to the Future expert Randal Atamaniuk, this book delivers a range of surprises from the Universal Pictures archives and also includes a wealth of special removable items. Comprehensive, compelling, and definitive, Back to the Future: The Ultimate Visual History is the book that fans have been waiting for. Removable items include: Hill Valley High School Tardy Slip Back to the Future The Ride security pass Save the Clocktower leaflet Sepia photograph of Marty and Doc from Part III Marty’s note to Doc from the first film with the envelope George McFly’s book Jaws 19 movie poster George and Lorraine’s prom photo Doc’s flux capacitor sketch from the first film Doc’s note to Marty from 1885 Biff one dollar bill from Part II Blast from the Past receipt from Part II Lenticular version of the iconic McFly family photo from the first film
A Matter of Time: The Unauthorized Back to the Future Lexicon
Consider yourself a Back to the Future fan, butthead? If you've only watched the films, you've only seen part of the story. "A Matter of Time: The Unauthorized Back to the Future Lexicon" brings you the entire franchise: every character, place and object ever featured in the BTTF mythos, from the movies, screenplays, cartoons, novels, video games, card game, amusement-park ride, music videos and more. Every McFly, Brown, Tannen, Parker, Clayton and Strickland. Every crazy invention. Every Hill Valley business-past, present and future. The Back to the Future Lexicon covers it all. This staggeringly complete encyclopedia, written by the author of "Timeline of the Planet of the Apes" and "Lexicon of the Planet of the Apes," contains: Nearly 3,000 alphabetical entries detailing every character, scientific innovation, institution, location, vehicle, business and more, from every corner of the BTTF universe A stunning painted cover and more than 25 breathtaking, full-page interior sketches from artist Pat Carbajal, produced exclusively for this volume A foreword by BTTF.com's Stephen Clark, a noted expert on the Back to the Future mythos Detailed listings of Doc Brown's many inventions, as well as all known ancestors, descendants and aliases for every major character from the film trilogy An episode guide to Back to the Future's entire expanded universe A gallery featuring more than 150 covers from the films' home-video releases, novels, comics and more
Back to the Future: Continuum ConundrumIDW Publishing. 2016
Spring, 1986. Marty McFly, depressed because life without Doc Brown is just plain boring, receives an alarming letter from Clara in 1893: Doc has disappeared in the time stream and Marty is the only one who can find him! The first ongoing BTTF storyline from IDW starts here! Collects issues #6_11.
Quentin TarantinoUniv. Press of Mississippi. 1998
Not since Martin Scorsese in the mid-1970s has a young American filmmaker made such an instant impact on international cinema as Quentin Tarantino, whose PULP FICTION won the Cannes Film Festival's Grand Prix Award. A manic talker, Tarantino obsesses about American pop culture and his favorite movies and movie makers.
Infinite TuesdayCrown Archetype. 2017
Michael Nesmith’s eclectic, electric life spans his star-making role on The Monkees, his invention of the music video, and his critical contributions to movies, comedy, and the world of virtual reality. Above all, his is a seeker’s story, a pilgrimage in search of a set of principles to live by. That search took Nesmith from a childhood in Dallas, where his single mother Bette invented Liquid Paper, to the set of The Monkees in Los Angeles; to the heart of swinging London with John Lennon and Jimi Hendrix; and to an unexpected oasis of brilliance in the Santa Fe desert, where his friendships with Douglas Adams and Los Alamos scientists would point him toward the power of the infinite and the endless possibilities of human connection. This funny, thoughtful, self-aware book is a window onto an unexpected life, inflected at every turn by the surprising candor and absurdist humor of an American original. Opening Infinite Tuesday is like stepping into the world of Michael Nesmith, where something curious is always unfolding, and where riffs on everything from bands to dogs to the nature of reality make for an endlessly engaging journey.
The Walking Dead
This spectacular pop-up book from paper engineers David Hawcock and Becca Zerkin forms the perfect guide to the world of AMC's The Walking Dead. Filled with eye-catchingly gory pops, the book takes the reader through some of the most iconic moments from the hugely popular series. The book features five spreads, each with its own central pop that depicts a key element from the show, such as the prison where the survivors found refuge before being attacked by the Governor or the Walker known as "Bicycle Girl" reaching out at the reader. Each spread also includes several smaller pops depicting other memorable elements from The Walking Dead, such as the Governor’s "man cave" (including his unique aquarium complete with severed heads), the Well Walker, and much, much more.
The Marvel VaultRunning PressBook Pub. 2017
A collector's guide to Marvel Comics chronicles the history of the company from 1939 to the present day in a series of historic, rare, and never-before-seen memorabilia and ephemera, in a volume complemented by more than thirty plastic-encased archival gems that include holiday cards, a program for the first comics convention, early sketches, and more. 75,000 first printing.
The Art of The Jungle BookInsight Editions. 2016
The ultimate behind-the-scenes look at Disney’s 2016 live-action/CG adaptation of The Jungle Book. Beautifully designed and packed with behind-the-scenes details, The Art of The Jungle Book provides an in-depth look at Disney’s latest film. In this finely crafted book, dazzling concept art, behind-the-scenes photography, CG designs, and more come together to highlight the visual spectacle of the film. Delving into the film’s interpretation of iconic Jungle Book elements, from beloved characters such as Baloo and Bagheera to the jungle itself, the book features full-color images and gorgeous double-page spreads to illustrate the magic behind the art of the film. Exclusive interviews with key cast and crew provide context for the incredible imagery, resulting in a truly immersive experience. Colorful and comprehensive, this essential movie companion also provides a fascinating look at how director Jon Favreau and his team used state-of-the-art CG and motion-capture technology to create the film’s realistic and stunning visuals, providing an enthralling experience for fans of all ages.
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