Title: The Spirit: The Movie Visual Companion
Publisher: Titan Books, United Kingdom
Publication Date: 2008
Binding: Hard Cover
Book Condition: Fine
Illustrated boards. First edition. Signed by Frank Miller on the front cover. Fine. Bookseller Inventory # 09161
Synopsis: Will Eisner?s classic comics character makes the leap to the screen in this spectacular new live-action movie written and directed by Frank Miller ( Sin City, 300), and starring Gabriel Macht as The Spirit, Samuel L. Jackson as his psychotic arch-nemesis The Octopus, and Eva Mendes and Scarlett Johansson as alluring femmes fatales.
In Central City, one man fights crime using nothing but his wits and his fists. He wears a mask, a suit and a fedora, and he is known only as The Spirit...
This stunning volume, with director?s commentary, contains interviews with the cast and the crew, color photos & production art, and scores of Frank Miller sketches, plus excerpts from the screenplay.
About the Author: Mark Cotta Vaz is one of the world?s foremost author of movie ?making of? books. His informed, incisive, and highly entertaining writing has graced titles including Behind the Mask of Spider-Man, The Art of Finding Nemo, The Art of Batman Begins, and his acclaimed history of matte painting in movies, The Invisible Art.
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