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This is a Japanese-language book or magazine about science-fiction subjects related to anime and/or modeling.
General supervisor: Hideaki Anno, editor: Tomoo Haraguchi.
Radon, the Great Monster of the Sky" is a milestone in the Japanese special effects film world.
This gorgeous book brings together its three archives in one volume.
Japan's first full-length color monster movie "Radon, the Great Monster of the Sky," was released in 1956.
Along with the "Godzilla" series, this work has long been a favorite of tokusatsu fans, and we have compiled "three archives" on this theme into a single volume.
A reproduction of the main body of the "Iwataya Set" produced for the "Special Effects Art Director Yasuyuki Inoue Exhibition" held in Koga, Fukuoka, in 2014, and a peripheral set produced for the 2022 exhibition at the Museum of Contemporary Art Tokyo.
From the design drawings written by the author, Toshio Miike, to the completion of the project, the powerful large photographs unique to "Piece of a Dream" will be shown.
The "4K remastering" recreates the production process at the Tokyo Development Studio.
And the digital remastering of treasured photographs from the collection of special effects art director Akira Watanabe, which was conducted as a project of the Agency for Cultural Affairs, is presented for the first time in a book.
The author is Toshio Miike, special effects director and art designer who also participated in "Shin Godzilla.
The book is supervised by Hideaki Anno, co-supervised by Shinji Higuchi and Yuji Nishimura, and edited by Tomoo Haraguchi, author of the "Piece of a Dream" series.
We hope you will enjoy the world of the special effects archive.
Supervision: Toho Co.
Cooperation: Animation and Special Effects Archive Corporation (ATAC)
Yume no Kakera Extra The Art of "Radon, the Great Monster of the Sky
Format: A4 size, flat bound
The images are for reference only.