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Godzilla 2000 Dengeki Tokusatsu Tsushin 8 Magazine book
This is a GREAT quarterly magazine published by DenGeki Mook. The Autumn 1999 edition contains 130 pages lots of color photos from GODZILLA MILLENIUM 2000 including Special Effects and behind the scenes. This is a quarterly magazine published by DenGeki Mook. The Autumn 1999 edition contains lots of color photos from Godzilla Millennium including SPFX and behind the scenes. It has interviews (Japanese) with many staff and some design sketches. It has several pages of Godzilla toys including Marmit and some models. It has B&W photos of all the different Godzilla suits 1954-1999. There are photos of recent Ultraman movie stars and a full page color fold-out poster of Ultraman Agul. Best of all a full page of color photos from G-FEST 99 with a report (Japanese). It contains lots of other interviews and photos with current Japanese super hero and heroine stars. Book dimensions 8 ½ by 11, soft cover.
Mothra Movie Anniversary Chronicles New By Mook
NEW FROM MOOK PUBLISHING. MOTHRA ANNIVERSARY CHRONICLES BOOK. With 157 pages of color and black & white photos, this wonderful book contains great shots of the movies, casts, superweapons and sets for the various MOTHRA movies. From the ORIGINAL MOVE "MOTHRA" UP TO TOKYO SOS this new book covers ALL MOTHRA MOVIES! We have seen many books over the years, but this book contains rare photos and even some that have not been seen before! Measuring approx. 12 inches by 8 inches, this AWESOME book even includes a two page fold out of original POSTER ART! The book contains quite a bit of Japanese text, but the photos are REALLY IMPRESSIVE!
Godzilla VS Mechagodzilla 2003 Fantastic Book Collection
This book is FANTASTIC! It is a Godzilla vs MechaGodzilla book by the publishers of “Mook” with 82 pages of outstanding color and black and white photos of the 2003 movie GODZILLA vs MECHAGODZILLA, cast, crew and some of the best behind the scenes photos ever taken of any Godzilla movie Production. Several pages are devoted to interviews of the staff and cast (in Japanese of course). Several other pages are devoted to conceptual drawings of MechaGodzilla. Some of the drawings are very different from how MechaGodzilla turned out in the film! This is a MUST HAVE for you serious collectors. The book measures 9 by 12 inches.