X-Men : the art and making of the animated series / by Eric Lewald and Julia Lewald ; editor, Eric Klopfer ; designer, Liam Flanagan ; production manager, Larry Pekarek.
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|Morgan Co PL - Martinsville Main Library||791.4572 LEW (Text)||78551000550333||Non-Fiction||Available||-|
- ISBN: 9781419744686
- ISBN: 1419744682
- Physical Description: 287 pages : illustrations (some color) ; 26 x 31 cm
- Publisher: New York : Abrams, 2020.
- Copyright: ℗♭2020
Case credits, pencil roughs by Larry Houston, finishes and inks by Rick Hoberg, colors by Laura Martin.
|Formatted Contents Note:||
Introduction -- Season one, or just one season? Season one, episodes 1-12. The art of Jim Lee ; Title design -- Making an animated series. Days of future past -- Building on success! Season two, episodes 14-26 -- The deluge. Seasons three and four, episodes 27-66 -- The last season. Season five, episodes 67-76. Artists at play -- Legacy. 1963-2020, and beyond... -- Afterword -- Episode log lines -- Key creative and screen credits.
In late 1992, on small budgets and under tight schedules, the cast and crew of X-Men: The Animated Series crafted a television show that, despite an industry full of naysayers, immediately shot to #1. This "kids' show" often landed more than half the TV viewers across America, and a twenty-year gold rush of Marvel motion pictures and TV series followed. Previously on X-Men is Eric Lewald's personal, inside account of how the series got on the air, the many challenges that were overcome, and how the show prevailed.
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