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Sneak Peek: ‘Marvel Studios’ Thor: The Art of The Movie’

On 2nd April 2024, we will be publishing Marvel Studios’ Thor: The Art of the Movie – the 3rd of the 24 official Marvel Cinematic Universe Infinity Saga film titles reissued as a resized matching set! These 24 volumes are guaranteed to be the highlight of any Marvel fan’s collection – without breaking their budget or their bookshelf.

Packed with exclusive content, this fully illustrated tome is a comprehensive behind-the-scenes look at the creative process of bringing a god and his worlds to life on the big screen. Follow the film’s complete artistic evolution, from casting and costume design, to the forging of Mjolnir, bringing Asgard, Jotunheim and their denizens to life, plus the Destroyer and small-town America, and on to the final rendering seen on screen.

Here is everything you need to know about the making of the movie from the key players, including Marvel Studios President and Thor Producer Kevin Feige, Director Kenneth Branagh, Production Designer Bo Welch, and Costume Designer Alexandra Byrne. Lavishly illustrated with concept art, visual and special effects and production stills.

Check out some exclusive images below.

Page designs for a Norse mythology book featured in the film / © 2023 Marvel

Preliminary concept art by Charles Wen / ©2023 Marvel

Concept art by Charles Wen / © 2023 Marvel

Concept art by Vance Kovacs / © 2023 Marvel

Visual effects stills by Whiskytree / © 2023 Marvel | | @TitanBooks

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