- 出版社: DK (2018年9月25日)
- 精装: 200页
- 语种： 英语
- ISBN: 9781465476371
- 条形码: 9781465476371
- 商品尺寸: 25.9 x 2.1 x 31 cm
- 商品重量: 544 g
- ASIN: 1465476377
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Marvel Studios Visual Dictionary (英语) 精装 – 2018年9月25日
Adam Bray is a frequent contributor to DK Star Wars(TM) and Marvel books, including Ultimate Marvel and Marvel Absolutely Everything You Need to Know. Visit him online at https://twitter.com/authoradambray.
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So this book does deliver on giving you entries for all of the movies from the first Iron Man all the way up to Ant Man and the Wasp. You get lots of really nice full color photos of the characters and gear for all of the movies. What I find troubling is the lack of NEW information. I would say at least half the text in this book refers to information already available when watching the movie. That's a lot of wasted space.
Why not spend more time on the origins of the Red Skull? Tony Stark's direction of his company, Stark Industries (past and present)? What about Thor's exploits off-screen? What happened to Hawkeye during the events of Captain America: The Winter Soldier. There is a lot of really useful background information we could be getting here.
One of the reasons I love getting books like these is to get a chance to delve into the world building they do and get to learn about the vehicles, weapons and technology created for them. While this book shows you a lot of lovely pictures of all this cool tech you don't get a whole lot of information on them. Don't get me wrong. You will find some really interesting information here that you may not be able to find anywhere else, but it's sparse overall. For instance Captain America's shield (after you go through the stuff the movie already tells you) only gets maybe two sentences describing it. Two; for such an iconic item. The information you do get is lopsided. You may only get as much as a name for a gun on one page, a quick list of features on a suit in another, then some deep detail on the rare occasion.
In the end I do not regret getting this book, but I am disappointed that its potential was never realized. If you are a big fan of the movies, and don't mind some rehashing of information, then this is a great book to have. If you really wanted a sort of tech book or something with a lot of previously unknown background information you will get a little bit of that. I guess for me it's just enough to recommend it, but I'm pouting about it.