Dredd: The Illustrated Movie Script and Visuals
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Dredd: The Illustrated Movie Script and Visuals

By (author) Alex Garland , By (author) Jock

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PRE-PRODUCTION SCREENPLAY, COMPLETE GRAPHIC NOVEL ADAPTATION AND CONCEPT VISUALS BEHIND THE #1 FILM. This amazing book also includes an introduction and notes from concept and comics artist Jock and an exclusive introduction from screenwriter Alex Garland: "Part of [Jock's] huge contribution was a full-length comic book version of the script, that we distributed to everyone from financiers to crew. His paintings and sketches were one of the quickest and most effective way of conveying the look and tone of the project. When - a very long time later - the picture was locked, I could see his input had pervaded the film at all levels." This is the never-before-seen complete comics adaptation from the movie pre-production and is markedly different from the finished film, it also includes the full pre-production screenplay and accompanying concept art. Available in a beautifully designed edition, produced in conjunction with Jock, this will be sought after by fans the world over.

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  • Paperback | 240 pages
  • 210 x 274 x 14mm | 759.99g
  • 17 Jul 2014
  • Rebellion
  • 2000 AD Graphic Novels
  • Oxford
  • English
  • Illustrated
  • Illustrated
  • illustrations (black and white, and colour)
  • 178108291X
  • 9781781082911
  • 136,458

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Jock is one of comtemporary comics' most popular artists. Having received his first break at 2000 AD, Jock went on to work for DC on the celebrated The Losers and Batman. He was the concept artist for DREDD 3D and is a passionate lifelong Dredd fan. Alex Garland became famous as a young man for his bestseller The Beach. He has subsequently gone on to forge a successful career as a screenwriter, scripting 28 Days Later, Sunshine, and adapting Never Let Me Go.

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