Killer Kaiju Monsters

Killer Kaiju Monsters : Strange Beasts of Japanese Film

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Killer Kaiju Monsters is the ultimate ode to the legendary monsters of the Japanese golden era of special effects movies and television shows, beginning with the granddaddy of them all-Godzilla. Featuring graphic full-color illustrations of the most notable kaiju along with descriptions of their strengths, weaknesses, and special powers, as well as information on the heroes and heroines who prevented kaiju attacks, and the creators who designed these magnificent monsters, Killer Kaiju Monsters is the definitive guide to these strange beasts of Japanese cinema.
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Product details

  • Hardback | 144 pages
  • 180.34 x 251.46 x 20.32mm | 657.71g
  • HarperCollins Publishers Inc
  • Harper Design International
  • New York, United States
  • English, Japanese
  • 100
  • 0061655791
  • 9780061655791
  • 647,986

About Ivan Vartanian

Ivan Vartanian is an author, editor and the founder of Goliga Books, Inc., a book-packaging company specializing in art, photography, and design. His publications on art include: Full Vinyl: The Subversive Art of Designer Toys, an overview of hundreds of the world's most popular miniature collectible figures and the inspired creators behind them, Andy Warhol: Drawings and Illustrations of the 1950s, which traces the artist's ten years of work as a commercial illustrator before his re-invention as a pop artist and impresario, Egon Schiele: Drawings and Watercolors, a comprehensive chronology of the artist's rapid development as a master of human expression before his death at the age of 28, and Drop Dead Cute: The New Generation of Women Artists in Japan, a survey of contemporary drawing in Japan. His design books include: Now Loading ... : The Aesthetics of Web Graphics, a survey of cutting-edge web design, Graphiscape: New York City and Graphiscape: Tokyo, a series of books about "found graphics" that define the graphic sense of major cities, and TypoGraphics, a look at the overlap between graphics and type. His photography books include the monographs Studio Portrait: A Documentary of Yoshitomo Nara, Kamaitachi: Photographs by Eikoh Hosoe, and the anthology Setting Sun: Writings by Japanese Photographers. Ivan Vartanian lives in Tokyo, Japan.
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