If you’ve been reading my blog a little longer, it’s no secret that I love the Dark Knight trilogy. When The Dark Knight Rises came into theatres I ordered tickets first thing when they where available. The first tickets in the completely sold out theatre! I loved that feeling! When I had seen the movie, somehow I came across some photo’s that were taken from The Art and Making of The Dark Knight Trilogy and I got so excited that I just needed to have the book. I NEED IT IN MY LIFE! *Okay creepy fantime is over again;) *
At first the book wasn’t available in Holland and I wanted to order it from Amazon, until I remembered I didn’t have a creditcard so doom and gloom took hold of me. And then *drumrolls…* a Dutch webstore started selling it and I was finally able to get my hands on it. I ordered and prepared myself for a long wait, however, the very next day, this next little package got dropped into the mailbox. Apparently the mailman was very curious because he rang the bell right after, to apologize for throwing the heavy book down the mailbox. He wanted to know if he damaged it in any way. Since I wasn’t expecting the package to be this glorious book, I opened the parcel and let out a giggle and started grinning like an idiot, I totally forgot the mailman until he cleared his throat, so I told him it was fine.
The Art and Making of The Dark Knight Trilogy is a very heavy book with lots and lots of (never before seen) high quality photographs, interviews, behind the scenes explorations and is well written in clear language. Explaining the unknown words of the industry for those who are not familiar with ‘Hollywood terms’ and really a must for every fan. This Hardcover book written by Jody Duncan Jesser and Janine Pourroy, contains 304 large pages of pure epicness!
Let’s take a look inside the book:
The quality of the pictures in real life is just so much better! I cannot tell you how much more awesome it is to hold this book. I treat it very carefully, therefore I haven’t read the whole book yet. I’m afraid to damage it, haha! I strongly recommend this book to every Batman fan or moviefreak out there!
Are you a big Batman fan? Do you prefer Nolanverse over Tim Burton? Or aren’t you big on superhero movies at all?