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Ray Harryhausen An Animated Life SC (2003 Aurum) comic books

  • Issue #1-1ST
    Ray Harryhausen An Animated Life SC (2003 Aurum) 1-1ST

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    1st printing. Written by Ray Harryhausen and Tony Dalton. Throughout his long and storied career, Ray Harryhausen took the art and skill of stop-motion animation to new heights, weaving his magic on dinosaurs, aliens, and mythological creatures alike. In this enthralling autobiography, the last great animator before the introduction of CGI explains the pleasures and pitfalls of 60 years of bringing inanimate objects to life. Ray explains the basics of special effects and stop-motion animation and details what it like working with some of the biggest film stars of the day. Anecdotal, insightful, and honest, this essential autobiography also features hundreds of photographs from Ray's personal archive. Softcover, 10-in. x 11-in., 304 pages, full color. Cover price $33.00.

  • Issue #1-REP
    Ray Harryhausen An Animated Life SC (2003 Aurum) 1-REP

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    Second (2009) or later (2013) printing. Written by Ray Harryhausen and Tony Dalton. Throughout his long and storied career, Ray Harryhausen took the art and skill of stop-motion animation to new heights, weaving his magic on dinosaurs, aliens, and mythological creatures alike. In this enthralling autobiography, the last great animator before the introduction of CGI explains the pleasures and pitfalls of 60 years of bringing inanimate objects to life. Ray explains the basics of special effects and stop-motion animation and details what it like working with some of the biggest film stars of the day. Anecdotal, insightful, and honest, this essential autobiography also features hundreds of photographs from Ray's personal archive. Softcover, 10-in. x 11-in., 304 pages, full color. Cover price $33.00.