Comic-Con: Episode IV - A Fan's Hope

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DK Pub., 2011 - Education - 192 pages
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A once-in-a-lifetime, insider look at the unique experience that is Comic-Con.

This BradyGamescompanion Comic-Con Epsiode IV- A Fan's Hopeprovides a broad takeon the experience of Comic-Con and how it became the quintessential centre of American pop culture. It offers an insider's look at the panels, exhibitions, workshops, awards ceremonies and parties; and the unique experience of attending one of the most important events in the entertainment industry.

Featuring photos and exclusive interviews from the San Diego Comic-Con 2010, the book highlights the Comic-Con experience for celebrities such as Seth Green, Kenneth Branagh, Seth Rogen and Matt Groening. Comic-Con Episode IV- A Fan's Hope is a must-have for anyone who is interested in the unique Comic-Con experience, or in pop culture as a whole.

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User Review  - Helcura - LibraryThing

Comic-con is one of the places I want to go, preferably with about $5,000 and a large dolly. This book of photographs with commentary increased my desire, while at the same time adding a bit of ... Read full review

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User Review  - bookwormteri - LibraryThing

Fun coffee table book. I would have enjoyed more words in the book though. Pictures were beautiful and my children enjoyed looking at this too. Read full review

About the author (2011)

Morgan Spurlock is an award-winning writer, producer and director. Originally from West Virginia, he graduated from New York University's Tisch School of the Arts in 1993. In 2004, Morgan's debut feature film, Super Size Me, became the third-highest-grossing documentary of all time. He won the best director prizes at both the Sundance and Edinburgh film festivals. The movie was named to more that thirty-five year-end top ten lists and was a National Board of Review and Critic's Choice best documentary nominee. New York Film Critics Online named it the best documentary of 2004. Don't Eat This Bookis Morgan's first book and picks up where the movie left off, diving even deeper into the psyche of a super-sized nation. He currently lives in the East Village in New York City with his vegan fiancee, Alexandra Jamieson, and their manly cat, Sue

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