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Title The Art of Ralph Breaks the Internet Wreck It Ralph 2
Author Jessica Julius
Publisher Chronicle Books
Release 2018-11-27
Category Performing Arts
Total Pages 160
ISBN 1452164126
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Book Summary:

In the follow-up to the Oscar–nominated film Wreck-It Ralph, our hero leaves his arcade for the expansive universe of the Internet. Disney's artists have brought the world of the Inter¬net (a world you may think you know) to life in an all-new, imaginative way. Through never-before-seen concept art, character sketches, storyboards, and colorscripts, along with interviews with the production team, The Art of Ralph Breaks the Internet reveals the artistic process behind Disney's highly anticipated sequel. Copyright ©2018 Disney Enterprises, Inc. All Rights Reserved

The Art of VIVO by Ramin Zahed

Title The Art of VIVO
Author Ramin Zahed
Publisher Abrams
Release 2021-08-31
Category Art
Total Pages 224
ISBN 1647002915
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Book Summary:

The official behind–the–scenes companion book to VIVO, the first-ever musical from the Academy Award-winning studio Sony Pictures Animation, coming to Netflix this Summer. The Art of VIVO will give readers a behind-the-scenes look at VIVO, the first-ever musical from Sony Pictures Animation, including exclusive concept art, character designs, storyboards and commentary from the award-winning filmmaking team. VIVO will be released in over 190 countries on Netflix this summer. VIVO follows a one-of-kind kinkajou (aka a rainforest “honey bear”), who spends his days playing music to the crowds in a lively Havana square with his beloved owner Andrés. Though they may not speak the same language, Vivo and Andrés are the perfect duo through their common love of music. But when tragedy strikes shortly after Andrés receives a letter from the famous Marta Sandoval, inviting her old partner to her farewell concert in Miami with the hope of reconnecting, it’s up to Vivo to deliver a message that Andrés never could: A love letter to Marta, written long ago, in the form of a song. Yet in order to get to the distant shores of Miami, Vivo will need to accept the help of Gabi—an energetic tween who bounces to the beat of her own offbeat drum. VIVO is an exhilarating story about gathering your courage, finding family in unlikely friends, and the belief that music can open you to new worlds. The Art of VIVO offers readers insight into how this design aesthetic for the film was developed and how animators take inspiration from real-world locales to bring songs to animated life. This is an essential addition to any animation fan’s library.

Discussing Disney by Amy M. Davis

Title Discussing Disney
Author Amy M. Davis
Publisher John Libbey Publishing
Release 2019-12-01
Category Performing Arts
Total Pages
ISBN 0861969626
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Book Summary:

Discussing Disney has grown out of a conference of the same name, is a collection of 12 papers on topics which, though diverse in scope, all relate back to one another through their connection to Disney. As the field of Disney Studies continues to grow and evolve, those working within and contributing to it come from a range of backgrounds, including History, Myth Studies, Film Studies, Gender Studies, and Musicology (to name just a few), and therefore examine the outputs of the Disney company - and the company itself – in diverse ways. Discussing Disney seeks to continue the evolution of Disney Studies as an academic field that has now evolved beyond a discourse that merely, to quote Eric Smoodin (1994), "...[sought} to complicate the notions and uses of Disney discourse that currently make their way to the general public through the popular media". Though this was an important early step in Disney Studies, as it found it necessary to justify its legitimacy within the academy, in the intervening quarter-century, Disney Studies has established itself as a field of Animation Studies (which, simultaneously, has established itself as a branch of Film and Television Studies, as well as Cultural Studies), and is now recognized widely as a valid subject of academic enquiry in its own right. Film Studies as a whole - and Disney Studies as part of that - has also evolved in such a way that it has moved forward from insisting upon an overtly political (and therefore inherently biased) stance, and has taken up a more historically-based and/or cultural studies-based, politically-neutral approach that seeks to contextualize its subject in terms of the conditions in which the company's various outputs - animated shorts and films, theme park attractions, television shows, books, music, merchandising, and the like - have been produced, as well as understanding the audience for whom these were made initially. This is not to say that the field ignores politics - far from it - but rather that it uses political history and political theory as academic basis, rather than as a position from which to debate and opine. By looking at Disney from some of its many angles - the history and the persona of its founder, a selection of its films (from the blockbuster successes to the less than successful), its approaches to animation, its branding and fandom, and the ways that it has been understood and reinterpreted within popular culture - it is hoped that Discussing Disney offers its readers (and the field of Disney Studies) a more holistic understanding of a company that is arguably one of the most important forces within culture - popular or otherwise - within (so far) the Twentieth and Twenty-First Centuries.

Rick and Morty Book Two by Tom Fowler

Title Rick and Morty Book Two
Author Tom Fowler
Publisher Oni Press
Release 2017-11-07
Category Comics & Graphic Novels
Total Pages 288
ISBN 1620104393
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Book Summary:

"Special hardcover edition includes the first ten issues of the comic book series, over forty pages of cover art and an exclusive sound clip."--

Gossip by Christopher Bram

Title Gossip
Author Christopher Bram
Publisher E P Dutton
Release 1997
Category Fiction
Total Pages 337
ISBN
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Ralph breaks off an affair with Bill, a young Republican whose values clash with Ralph's own ideals and who is later found murdered, and as people talk, it becomes clear Ralph is under suspicion

Title The Advocate
Author
Publisher
Release 2001-08-14
Category
Total Pages 96
ISBN
Language English, Spanish, and French
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The Advocate is a lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender (LGBT) monthly newsmagazine. Established in 1967, it is the oldest continuing LGBT publication in the United States.

Title The Times Index
Author
Publisher
Release 2002
Category Indexes
Total Pages
ISBN
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Book Summary:

Indexes the Times and its supplements.

A Guide to Apocalyptic Cinema by Charles P. Mitchell

Title A Guide to Apocalyptic Cinema
Author Charles P. Mitchell
Publisher Greenwood Publishing Group
Release 2001
Category Performing Arts
Total Pages 310
ISBN 9780313315275
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Book Summary:

Studies fifty films that illustrate the variety, range, and different categories of the genre.

Ernest Haycox by Stephen L. Tanner

Title Ernest Haycox
Author Stephen L. Tanner
Publisher Macmillan Reference USA
Release 1996
Category Fiction
Total Pages 150
ISBN
Language English, Spanish, and French
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For most of the century "serious literature" has been sharply distinguished from "popular fiction," the former being characterized by its best examples, and the latter, unfortunately, by its worst. As a genre, westerns - dubbed "horse operas" by some critics - have been no exception to this overgeneralization, and Ernest Haycox, who authored dozens upon dozens of novels and stories true to the genre, has not managed to escape such reductive categorization. In this engaging, thought-provoking examination of Haycox's writing, Stephen L. Tanner broadens such a narrow critical perspective to address this long-standing literary dichotomy: How does one evaluate a first-rate author in an allegedly second-rate genre? Looking at Haycox's prolific, highly disciplined, and often anguished career, Tanner goes on to ask, Was Haycox a failed serious novelist or a masterful writer of romantic adventure? Tanner seeks to answer these questions by analyzing the westerns themselves, which Haycox wrote with a keen eye for detail and historical accuracy, but also by looking extensively at Haycox's correspondence with his editors and longtime friends. Haycox's best fiction, according to Tanner, breaks away from stereotypes and enters the realm of art, with its complexities of character and dramatic tension. Tanner argues that the Haycox hero rises above the commonplace western protagonist because his moral code is conflicted and imperfect: He displays a moral ambiguity that deepens our reading of him and saves him from absurdity. Haycox's characters, contends Tanner, have imaginative substance and are psychologically interesting, combining weaknesses with strengths. Because the Haycox story is grounded in the history of a specific time and evokes a vivid sense of place, the environment does not serve as a mere picturesque backdrop.

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