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    Batmobile Cutaways: The Movie Vehicles 1989-2012 Plus Collectible Alan Cowsill, James Hill, Richard Jackson, Ed Giddings
    9781858755427 Novelty book COMICS & GRAPHIC NOVELS / Superheroes On Sale Date:April 23, 2019
    $54.95 CAD 9.04 x 11.8 x 3.28 in | 1.81 lb | 72 pages Carton Quantity:6 Canadian Rights: Y Hero Collector
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      One of a kind custom cutaway book of vehicles from all the Batman movies! Packaged with die-cast model of the Batmobile from Tim Burton's Batman!

      A behind the scenes look at the design and construction of the iconic vehicles featured in the Batman motion pictures. Featuring Batmobiles from the Tim Burton and Christopher Nolan blockbusters!

      This 72-page book comes packaged with a 1/43 scale die-cast metal replica of the Anton Furst designed Batmobile featured in Tim Burton's 1989 film Batman. Now you can discover what lies inside this and many other machines with extraordinary cutaway art: see under the hood and behind the controls as weapons systems and construction secrets are revealed.

      Featuring vehicles from Batman (1989), Batman Returns (1992), Batman Forever (1995), Batman & Robin (1997), Batman Begins (2005), The Dark Knight (2008), and The Dark Knight Rises (2012), this lavishly illustrated series comprises the most comprehensive visual collection of Batmobiles ever produced.
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      Alan Cowsill is a writer and editor who has worked extensively for Marvel UK/Panini and Eaglemoss. He created the award-winning Classic Marvel Figurine Collection and DC Super Hero Collection for Eaglemoss Publications and presently edits the Marvel Movie Collection for them. His books include DC Comics: A Year by Year Visual Chronicle (DK), The Spider-Man Chronicle (DK), Marvel Avengers Character Encyclopedia (DK), Colin the Goblin, Punch Drunk Kisses, Zombie 18, and the award-winning graphic novel World War One (Campfire). He was also one of the writers of Revolutionary War (Marvel).
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      Director Tim Burton’s groundbreaking movies Batman (1989) and Batman Returns (1992) unleashed a new kind of Batmobile on the moviegoing public – one that combined futuristic design with a whole arrary of hidden weapons and gadgets.

      Now you can discover what lies inside this and many other machines with extraordinary cutaway art: see under the hood and behind the controls as weapons systems and construction secrets are revealed. Featuring vehicles from Batman (1989), Batman Returns (1992), Batman Forever (1995), Batman & Robin (1997), Batman Begins (2005), The Dark Knight (2008), and The Dark Knight Rises (2012), this lavishly illustrated series comprises the most comprehensive visual collection of Batmobiles ever produced.
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    Batman and The Joker Plus Collectibles Nick Abadzis, Neal Bailey, Alan Cowsill, Glenn Dakin
    9781858755434 Novelty book COMICS & GRAPHIC NOVELS / Superheroes On Sale Date:March 12, 2019
    $65.95 CAD 9.1 x 11.74 x 3.2 in | 1.51 lb | 72 pages Carton Quantity:6 Canadian Rights: Y Hero Collector
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      BATMAN together with his ultimate archenemy, the JOKER! Includes special edition guide book and TWO collectible 5.5" VINYL FIGURINES!

      Explore the twisted and tangled relationship between Batman and the Joker through character profiles, tales from Gotham City, examine their greatest stories and the publishing history of these best-of-enemies through 75 years of history - from the Golden Age of comics to the Modern Age. Included with this set are two masterfully sculpted 1:14 scale vinyl figurines of the Dark Knight and the Joker!

      Batman and The Joker - two eternal opposites, the savior of Gotham City and its tormentor. One seeks to protect the innocent, the other wants to prove to them that life is all one sick joke. This guide celebrates the greatest tales from over 75 years of conflict, including the stories of Grant Morrison and Scott Snyder. Spectacular visuals include the work of Frank Miller and Greg Capullo. This essential companion also takes you behind- the-scenes to discover the secrets of Gotham City, from the Batcave to the Gotham City Police Department files on The Joker. Taking you right up to the present day, these pages will help you decide who really has the last laugh...


      A glimpse into the twisted and tangled relationship between Batman and the Joker, packaged with special vinyl figurines of Batman and The Joker.
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      Nick Abadzis has been creating books, magazines, comics and stories for both adults and children for nearly thirty years. As both cartoonist and writer, he's been honored with various international storytelling awards including an Eisner in 2008 for his graphic novel Laika. He has collaborated with clients such as EY, KPMG, Accenture, Coca-Cola, Hewlett Packard Enterprise, IBM, General Electric, WOBI and many others.

      Nick's been published in the USA by Condé Nast, First Second, Marvel Comics, Titan Comics, DC Comics; in the UK by the BBC, various national newspapers including The Guardian, The Times, and The Independent, and many other periodicals too numerous to mention; elsewhere in Europe by the likes of Dargaud and Glénat; and in Japan by Kodansha. He is also known to Doctor Who fandom as the writer of a great many tenth Doctor (David Tennant) adventures on an acclaimed run of stories for Titan Comics. He is British but based in and around New York City where he lives with his wife and daughter.
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      Batman and The Joker – two eternal opposites, the savior of Gotham City and its tormentor. One seeks to protect the innocent, the other wants to prove to them that life is all one sick joke. This guide celebrates the greatest tales from over 75 years of conflict, including the stories of Grant Morrison and Scott Snyder. Spectacular visuals include the work of Frank Miller and Greg Capullo. This essential companion also takes you behind- the-scenes to discover the secrets of Gotham City, from the Batcave to the Gotham City Police Department files on The Joker. Taking you right up to the present day, these pages will help you decide who really has the last laugh…
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    9781858755380 Hardcover PERFORMING ARTS / Film On Sale Date:April 30, 2019
    $39.95 CAD 8.9 x 11.5 x 0.8 in | 2.34 lb | 184 pages Carton Quantity:12 Canadian Rights: Y Hero Collector
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      The third volume in this acclaimed series focuses on the J.J. Abram's Star Trek films - featuring nearly 20 ships, including the new Enterprise!

      Explore the process behind the creation of the ships features in the Star Trek, Star Trek: Into Darkness and Star Trek: Beyond films. This is the story of how some of the most talented designers in Hollywood created STAR TREK's starships from the first sketches to the finished models that appeared on screen.

      This book covers nearly 20 new ships from the modern STAR TREK movies, from the new Enterprise to a fleet of Federation ships that was barely seen. Along the way it covers the thinking behind Klingon and Romulan ships and the heavily-armed U.S.S. Vengeance.

      This third volume in the Designing the Starships series collects the profiles and design history from the rebooted Star Trek "Kelvin Timeline" film universe. The "Kelvin Timeline" is an alternate reality timeline in which the current Star Trek film universe operates. It is named after the ship captained by Captain Kirks father in the first of J.J. Abrams' Star Trek films, the U.S.S. Kelvin.

      Ships included: U.S.S. Enterprise, U.S.S. Enterprise-A, Narada, U.S.S. Kelvin, Spock's Jellyfish, U.S.S. Yorktown Space Station, and many more. Includes 6 ships that were designed for the final sequence of Star Trek: Beyond which were not used and have never been seen before.
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      Ben Robinson is best known as the man behind Eaglemoss's Official Star Trek Starships collection, which in the last three years has become the largest and best-regarded collections of model Star Trek ships ever produced.

      He has been involved with Star Trek for 20 years. Ben was the launch editor of the huge Star Trek Fact Files reference work, which sold over 50 million units. Then he went on to edit the US Star Trek: The Magazine, which ran between 1999 and 2003. He has co-written two Haynes Manuals, the first featuring all seven Enterprises, and the second focusing on the Klingon Bird-of-Prey. Ben is particularly passionate about the writing, design, and visual effects behind the series. In the last two decades he has conducted extensive interviews with many of the most significant figures in the history of Star Trek from Dorothy Fontana and Matt Jefferies to Michael Piller, Ira Steven Behr, Ron D. Moore, and Bryan Fuller.
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      “ For fans of Star Trek starships and for fans of the Kelvin Timeline (and certainly for fans of both!), this reference book is a must have.” – Trek Core

      “… the Designing Starships series is hard to beat as a complete set of coffee table books. Each book is a manageable size to thumb through, without being so big that they become unwieldy.” – Trek Core

      From the inside flap

      This book features the ships from the movies STAR TREK (2009), STAR TREK INTO DARKNESS (2013), and STAR TREK BEYOND (2016). It begins with the Enterprise: Director J.J. Abrams took on the challenge of redesigning the iconic starship for the 21st Century, working with production designer Scott Chambliss to create a ship that would be similar but noticeably different to the Enterprises of the past. Chamblis also worked to create the look of three different cultures: human, Vulcan and Romulan, developing their worlds to represent each civilizations’ character. Alongside the Enterprise is the Jellyfish: Spock’s organic Vulcan ship modelled on a gyroscope; the multi-bladed Romulan mining ship the Narada; and the vast 23rd Century city-station Yorktown, plus the U.S.S. Kelvin, the Altamid Swarm Ship and more.

      The chapters tell the stories of how the designers’ visions made it to screen, from first concept to finished model, and examine their inspirations, from JFK Airport to the backbone of a humpback whale.

      DESIGNING STARSHIPS is a series of lavishly illustrated art books that detail the design process behind the most memorable ships in STAR TREK’s history. Each book showcases original production artwork, and features in-depth interviews with the concept artists who created the ships, exploring exactly how each ship was created and offering a fascinating glimpse of what could have been.
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    Star Trek Shipyards: The Klingon Fleet Ben Robinson, Marcus Riley
    9781858755397 Hardcover PERFORMING ARTS / Film On Sale Date:June 04, 2019
    $39.95 CAD 8.9 x 11.5 x 0.8 in | 2.44 lb | 152 pages Carton Quantity:12 Canadian Rights: Y Hero Collector
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      Featuring the ships of the Klingon fleet from their first appearance in the original TV series through the hit new series Star Trek: Discovery!

      THIRTY KLINGON SHIPS INCLUDING FOURTEEN SHIPS FROM STAR TREK: DISCOVERY

      This volume features ships of the Klingon Fleet, from the 22nd to the 24th Century. Opening with the Klingon Defense Force bird-of-prey - an essential part of the fleet since the Empire first achieved space flight - the book features thirty ships, including the D7-Class Battle Cruiser, the Sarcophagus, the Raptor and the late 24th Century I.K.S. Negh'Var.

      With technical details, operational histories and annotated plan views, the book shows the evolution and development of the fleet in sumptuous CG renders, and is the most comprehensive collection of Klingon ships ever produced.

      The Star Trek Shipyards Encyclopedia series provides Star Trek fans with the first ever chronological history of the starships from the television and film series. In this third volume, the ships of the Klingon fleet are explored from their first appearances in all the Star Trek television series through their most recent appearances in the hit new series Star Trek: Discovery.
      Bio
      Ben Robinson is best known as the man behind Eaglemoss's Official Star Trek Starships collection, which in the last three years has become the largest and best-regarded collections of model Star Trek ships ever produced.

      He has been involved with Star Trek for 20 years. Ben was the launch editor of the huge Star Trek Fact Files reference work, which sold over 50 million units. Then he went on to edit the US Star Trek: The Magazine, which ran between 1999 and 2003. He has co-written two Haynes Manuals, the first featuring all seven Enterprises, and the second focusing on the Klingon Bird-of-Prey. Ben is particularly passionate about the writing, design, and visual effects behind the series. In the last two decades he has conducted extensive interviews with many of the most significant figures in the history of Star Trek from Dorothy Fontana and Matt Jefferies to Michael Piller, Ira Steven Behr, Ron D. Moore, and Bryan Fuller.
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      This third volume in the series profiles ships of the Klingon Fleet. Including several bird-of-prey warships and the ships from STAR TREK: DISCOVERY, detailed CG renders are accompanied by technical details and the ships’ operational history.

      Featuring thirty ships, it shows the full might and long history of the Klingon warships, and reveals their artistry in closeup. With technical details, operational histories and annotated plan views, the chapters trace the evolution and development of the fleet in sumptuous CG renders.

      STAR TREK SHIPYARDS is a series of lavishly illustrated books that provide in-universe profiles of STAR TREK ships, building into the ultimate illustrated encyclopedia of STAR TREK vessels. Each ship is profiled with technical information, operational history and plan view CG renders – wherever possible using the original VFX models that were used on the TV shows and movies.
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    9781858755403 Hardcover PERFORMING ARTS / Film On Sale Date:July 09, 2019
    $39.95 CAD 8.87 x 11.45 x 0.9 in | 2.91 lb | 184 pages Carton Quantity:10 Canadian Rights: Y Hero Collector
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      For the first time ever! The definitive illustrated guide of Captain Picard's Enterprise-D from Star Trek: The Next Generation!

      The Galaxy-class U.S.S. Enterprise NCC-1701-D, presented in more detail than ever before. This deluxe hardcover of Captain Picard's Enterprise features the ship's operational history, illustrations of all the key locations including the bridge, main engineering and sickbay, equipment and auxiliary vehicles, plus explanations of the science and technology.

      With isometric illustrations and technical information from official sources, this book provides an extraordinary reference guide.

      STAR TREK ILLUSTRATED HANDBOOKS is a series of books that provide in-depth profiles of the STAR TREK universe, covering a wide range of topics from individual starships to races such as the Klingons. Each full-color, heavily illustrated reference work is packed with isometric illustrations, artwork, photographs and CG renders, and features detailed technical information from official sources.
      Bio
      Ben Robinson is best known as the man behind Eaglemoss's Official Star Trek Starships collection, which in the last three years has become the largest and best-regarded collections of model Star Trek ships ever produced.

      He has been involved with Star Trek for 20 years. Ben was the launch editor of the huge Star Trek Fact Files reference work, which sold over 50 million units. Then he went on to edit the US Star Trek: The Magazine, which ran between 1999 and 2003. He has co-written two Haynes Manuals, the first featuring all seven Enterprises, and the second focusing on the Klingon Bird-of-Prey. Ben is particularly passionate about the writing, design, and visual effects behind the series. In the last two decades he has conducted extensive interviews with many of the most significant figures in the history of Star Trek from Dorothy Fontana and Matt Jefferies to Michael Piller, Ira Steven Behr, Ron D. Moore, and Bryan Fuller.
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      This volume, featuring the U.S.S. Enterprise NCC–1701–D, is a detailed, illustrated account of Captain Picard’s ship. It shows the Enterprise-D in detail, inside and out, with illustrations of all the key locations – with special features on the bridge, the transporter room and crew quarters, plus technical features on the warp drive, the holodeck and weapons and defensive systems. Technology – including phasers, tricorders and replicators – is analyzed and explained, together with auxiliary vehicles such as shuttles and the captain’s yacht.

      STAR TREK ILLUSTRATED HANDBOOKS is a series of books that provide in-depth profiles of the STAR TREK universe, covering a wide range of topics from individual starships to races such as the Klingons. Each full-color, heavily illustrated reference work is packed with isometric illustrations, artwork, photographs and CG renders, and features detailed technical information from official sources.
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    9781858755410 Novelty book PERFORMING ARTS / Film On Sale Date:July 09, 2019
    $65.95 CAD 9.14 x 11.71 x 3.12 in | 3.83 lb | 184 pages Carton Quantity:6 Canadian Rights: Y Hero Collector
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      Specially packaged with a DIE-CAST METAL COLLECTIBLE STARSHIP, the definitive illustrated guide of Captain Picard's USS Enterprise-D from Star Trek: The Next Generation!

      Includes a die-cast metal collectible model of the iconic USS Enterprise-D from the Star Trek: The Next Generation TV series!

      The Galaxy-class U.S.S. Enterprise NCC-1701-D, presented in more detail than ever before. This deluxe hardcover of Captain Picard's Enterprise features the ship's operational history, illustrations of all the key locations including the bridge, main engineering and sickbay, equipment and auxiliary vehicles, plus explanations of the science and technology.

      With isometric illustrations and technical information from official sources, this book provides an extraordinary reference guide.

      STAR TREK ILLUSTRATED HANDBOOKS is a series of books that provide in-depth profiles of the STAR TREK universe, covering a wide range of topics from individual starships to races such as the Klingons. Each full-color, heavily illustrated reference work is packed with isometric illustrations, artwork, photographs and CG renders, and features detailed technical information from official sources.
      Bio
      Ben Robinson is best known as the man behind Eaglemoss's Official Star Trek Starships collection, which in the last three years has become the largest and best-regarded collections of model Star Trek ships ever produced.

      He has been involved with Star Trek for 20 years. Ben was the launch editor of the huge Star Trek Fact Files reference work, which sold over 50 million units. Then he went on to edit the US Star Trek: The Magazine, which ran between 1999 and 2003. He has co-written two Haynes Manuals, the first featuring all seven Enterprises, and the second focusing on the Klingon Bird-of-Prey. Ben is particularly passionate about the writing, design, and visual effects behind the series. In the last two decades he has conducted extensive interviews with many of the most significant figures in the history of Star Trek from Dorothy Fontana and Matt Jefferies to Michael Piller, Ira Steven Behr, Ron D. Moore, and Bryan Fuller.
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      This volume, featuring the U.S.S. Enterprise NCC–1701–D, is a detailed, illustrated account of Captain Picard’s ship. It shows the Enterprise-D in detail, inside and out, with illustrations of all the key locations – with special features on the bridge, the transporter room and crew quarters, plus technical features on the warp drive, the holodeck and weapons and defensive systems. Technology – including phasers, tricorders and replicators – is analyzed and explained, together with auxiliary vehicles such as shuttles and the captain’s yacht.

      STAR TREK ILLUSTRATED HANDBOOKS is a series of books that provide in-depth profiles of the STAR TREK universe, covering a wide range of topics from individual starships to races such as the Klingons. Each full-color, heavily illustrated reference work is packed with isometric illustrations, artwork, photographs and CG renders, and features detailed technical information from official sources.

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