Looking Forward To 2021: Non-Fiction Books
21 January 2021
There is much to look forward to in 2021.
Today we are checking out the ten non-fiction books that we are really looking forward to.
Don’t agree? Then use the comments box below to let us know which titles YOU are waiting for!
The Art & Soul Of Dune
We are waiting for so many movies....
This exploration of the filmmaking process documents the story of capturing director Denis Villeneuve’s vision for Dune, from its stunning environmental and creature designs to intricate costume concepts and landmark digital effects.
The Art Of The Mass Effect Trilogy: Expanded Edition
Expanded with hundreds of never-before-seen artworks, this new edition delves deeper than ever into the sci-fi saga that changed video games forever.
Marvel Portfolio: Peach Momoko
Japanese sensation Peach Momoko has wowed comic book collectors with beautifully rendered variant covers that leap off the shelves! Momoko’s work includes incredible portraits of many of Marvel’s most powerful heroes, including Captain Marvel, Spider-Gwen, the Black Cat, Spider-Woman, Doctor Strange and Venom!
Black Widow: Secrets Of A Super-Spy
More from Marvel - and another movie we are desperate to see!
Expertly written, lavishly illustrated, and boasting a stunning new cover artwork by Jen Bartel, the book traces Natasha’s extraordinary journey from Soviet assassin to Super Hero.
Pokemon Crochet: Bring Your Favourite Pokemon To Life
If you are a Pokemon fan looking for a lockdown hobby, we have got you covered!
Fraggle Rock: The Ultimate Visual History
This boo and Featuring a wealth of rare concept art and behind-the-scenes photographs from the archives of The Jim Henson Company follows the show’s creation, from early concepts to the incredible puppetry that brought the unforgettable characters, such as Gobo, Red, and Mokey, to life and features a wealth of rare concept art and behind-the-scenes photographs.
Kklak: The Doctor Who Art Of Chris Achilleos
In his five decades as an illustrator, painter and conceptual artist, Chris Achilléos has worked with the likes of George Lucas, as well as producing the iconic promotional art for the cult film Heavy Metal. But it is probably his work for Doctor Who that is the most enduringly popular.
His covers for the official Target novelisations, which began in the early ‘70s, defined a generation’s image of the Doctor and his adventures – particularly after the show disappeared from British screens in the late ‘80s.
Star Wars: The Mandalorian: The Ultimate Visual Guide
All you need to know about the smash hit series from Disney +.
How To Draw Star Wars
Draw Yoda, Darth Vader, R2-D2, and more, with this fun and easy-to-follow illustration guide! Featuring all your favorite characters in a variety of styles and poses, these step-by-step instructions will have you drawing like a pro in no time!
Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back: 40th Anniversary Special
A 40th anniversary special edition celebrating Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back. This deluxe collector’s edition presents interviews, features and unseen images from the fan favourite movie.
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