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Robota af Doug Chiang
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Robota (udgave 2003)

af Doug Chiang

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"A captivating tale of action, romance, and betrayal, Robota features breathtaking illustrations that add a cinematic scope to every page. Orson Scott Card, author of the award-winning bestseller Ender's Game, collaborated with artist Doug Chiang on the story and wrote the narrative for this visionary work. This edition includes additional, never-before-seen art that Chiang developed for a prospective Robota film. Plus, Gareth Edwards, the director of both Godzilla (2014) and the upcoming Rogue One: A Star Wars Story, provides a new Foreword. An elaborate study in world-building that traces a human's journey through a preindustrial civilization, Robota explores the relationship between nature and technology. The hero, Caps, awakens with amnesia in a fantastic world of dinosaurs and talking animals -- a land of enchantment dominated by giant robots and their sadistic general, Kaantur-Set, who is bent on human genocide. With the help of Juomes, a yeti-like hunter-beast, Caps must battle the tyrannical robots and rediscover his true identity"--… (mere)
Medlem:rjcrompton
Titel:Robota
Forfattere:Doug Chiang
Info:Chronicle Books (2003), Hardcover
Samlinger:Dit bibliotek
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  Floratina | Dec 7, 2019 |
This was decent, not great. I was surprised to find out it was put out in 2003 because it really had a kind of early 90's feel to it (and not in a good way). I liked the art better than the writing. The story seemed "abridged", like it wanted to be something between a graphic novel and a regular novel. ( )
  ragwaine | Nov 5, 2018 |
Gorgeous art, so-so story. Kinda like the movie *Avatar* that way. I wouldn't recommend you pay too much for it. ( )
  Cheryl_in_CC_NV | Jun 6, 2016 |
Worth collecting

I have long been a fan of Card, and realize now (after looking again at my Star Wars art books) that I have also been a Chiang fan for many years. The book's foreword is useful in explaining the origins of the artwork as well as the writing. It also gives a sense of the almost whimsical boyhood reminiscence which underlies the artwork. Daydreams of tall ships, deserted city ruins, fantastical alien creatures, and robot warriors. This book may not have a lot of developmental depth characters-wise, but it really doesn't need that to serve its purpose. It is tastey eye candy, or maybe I should say brain candy with Card's input. ( )
  taylorh | Apr 11, 2008 |
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"A captivating tale of action, romance, and betrayal, Robota features breathtaking illustrations that add a cinematic scope to every page. Orson Scott Card, author of the award-winning bestseller Ender's Game, collaborated with artist Doug Chiang on the story and wrote the narrative for this visionary work. This edition includes additional, never-before-seen art that Chiang developed for a prospective Robota film. Plus, Gareth Edwards, the director of both Godzilla (2014) and the upcoming Rogue One: A Star Wars Story, provides a new Foreword. An elaborate study in world-building that traces a human's journey through a preindustrial civilization, Robota explores the relationship between nature and technology. The hero, Caps, awakens with amnesia in a fantastic world of dinosaurs and talking animals -- a land of enchantment dominated by giant robots and their sadistic general, Kaantur-Set, who is bent on human genocide. With the help of Juomes, a yeti-like hunter-beast, Caps must battle the tyrannical robots and rediscover his true identity"--

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