Alita: Battle Angel – The Art and Making of the Movie (Alita Battle Angel Film Tie in)

August 16, 2019 - Comment

In a dystopian future where cyborgs and robots are commonplace, Zalem, the last of the great sky cities, dumps its trash onto the world below. In the scrapyard on the outskirts of the terrestrial Iron City a cyborg doctor, Ido, scavenging for extra parts, finds the still-living remains of a female cyborg. Delve into the

In a dystopian future where cyborgs and robots are commonplace, Zalem, the last of the great sky cities, dumps its trash onto the world below. In the scrapyard on the outskirts of the terrestrial Iron City a cyborg doctor, Ido, scavenging for extra parts, finds the still-living remains of a female cyborg. Delve into the world of Alita in this glossy hardback filled with concept art, stills and interviews with the creatives, including Rodriguez and Cameron.

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Anonymous says:

The best 3D cinematic experience I ever had This is an incredible book. Okay, with that outta the way here we go.Watched the film 3 times. Would go more but my wife would go nuts.So it’s up to China and Japan to help this awesome movie get a deserved sequel. At the time of writing it’s looking good with $65,000,000 made in China on the weekend.Over here in UK we are just above $10,000,000 which is not bad compared to other countries.Needs to make between 350-450 million dollars to profit…

Anonymous says:

“..AWESOME BOOK..” Alita battle angel is probably one of the most stunning and original Sci-Fi’s to come along in a few years and the book is equally as beautiful with 232 pages in a nice hard cover, the inside hard cover has a nice design to it too as well as the wrap around sleeve, all the pages have great colour concept art for the character Alita plus every other aspect of the movie, other human characters, set pieces, vehicles, all cyborg characters etc, well presented and mixed in with information about the…

Anonymous says:

Fascinating book a must buy for Alita Fans Seen it 5 times now and love it and never ever get bored, I ought the Making of Alita hard back book too it’s fabulous with great photos and info, I’ve also bought the soundtrack on cd which should be arriving tomorrow,? The thing for me is that the story is just perfection and has heart, I’ve watched the video Manga on utube and the film follows it very well and with improvements like finding the berserker body in the URM wreckage is Awsome, I am waiting for the Japanese and Chinese viewing…

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