The superhero genre has exploded, with comic book heroes conquering the big screen and making massive inroads on the small. Whether well known brand names like Batman and Spider-Man, or lesser recognized characters such as Daredevil and Hellboy, the superheroes are here to stay. Superhero Confidential is the first in a series of books to go behind the scenes on the making of these filmed adventures. Volume I includes qSpider-Man: From Cannon to Cameron, q which explores the numerous aborted attempts at bringing Spidey to movie screens in the '80s and '90s; the making of the two Hellboy films with director Guillermo del Toro and Ron Perlman; a comprehensive exploration of Ben Affleck's Daredevil; director Christopher Nolan and writer David S. Goyer chronicling the challenges of Batman Begins and much more. From comic books to feature films, Superhero Confidential is your ultimate guide. About the Author: Edward Gross is a veteran entertainment journalist who has been on the editorial staff of a wide variety of magazines, among them Geek, Cinescape, SFX, Starlog, CFQ, Movie Magic and Sci-Fi Now. He is the author of such non-fiction books as Above a Below: A 25th Anniversary Beauty and the Beast Companion, Captains' Logs: The Complete Trek Voyages and Planet of the Apes Revisited.aCareful planning, a they suggested, aand mixing of these techniques will make Ock incredibly frightening, plausible and not ... These robots arena#39;t terrifically versatile, but during a swing, Spider-Man doesna#39;t move much anyway a perhaps little more than a ... aBlue-screen shots are obvious for Spidey swinging on webs through town. Combine ... Kubrick also used this technique in 2001, and ita#39;s a real treat.
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