Titan Books


While the year isn’t even half over yet, it’s going to be a hard climb for anyone to topple the summer Joss Whedon is having. If The Avengers box office wasn’t enough to give him the best summer ever (it is), his co-writing and producing on The Cabin in the Woods might be the nudge to put him over the top with most fans. Whedon has a few projects in the pipeline (he wrote the upcoming In Your Eyes and is directing his take on Shakespeare’s Much Ado About Nothing), but what if you need more Whedon right now!? Turn your eyes to the page, dear friend. Titan Books currently has three Joss-related offerings ready for your perusal. We took a look at them to give you the straight dope on whether they’re just for super-fans or if everyone can enjoy. After all, not everyone is a huge fan of Whedon. Indeed, personally, I’m at best 50/50 on the guy, finding serious flaws within some his work, absolutely loving some of it, and having not ever watched a good chunk of it. The following contains spoilers for The Cabin in the Woods and Joss Whedon’s career.



If, like me, you love the satisfaction of reading a book but don’t like all the words involved, you should really look into coffee table photo books. They’ve got enough words in them to qualify as as something you have to read, but the vast majority of the pages are taken up by big, beautiful photographs.  Titan Books and Marcus Hearn, who brought us the nice Art of Hammer poster book we already told you about have teamed up again to release The Avengers: A Celebration. Like the other coffee table photo books in their collection, this book is lavishly illustrated with a wonderful mixture of episodic and behind the scenes photos.



Titan Books is releasing a very special companion book called Kick-Ass: Creating the Comic, Making the Movie. It features never-before-seen art, script excerpts and commentary from Mark Millar. I had a chance to leaf through one this week, and it’s awesome. An anthology of badassery, if I may. And lucky for you, we’ve got a few to give away.



Just before the weekend hit, we received an awesome little package here at Reject HQ: several copies of the latest release from the folks at Titan Books, Star Trek: The Art of the Film. But before we get to giving some of them away, we’d like to show you what’s inside.

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published: 01.28.2015
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