The Art of Star Trek: The Kelvin Timeline, available today from Titan Books, shines a spotlight on the behind-the-scenes production, costume and set designs, intricate concept art and on-set photography from Star Trek (2009), Star Trek Into Darkness (2013) and Star Trek Beyond (2016).
No matter how much you might loathe-hate-detest-abhor-despise-revile the JJ Abrams
abominations movies and regardless of if you believe they are lazy, half-hearted, poorly written, insulting, badly casted, sub-standard works that aren’t worthy enough to carry the name Star Trek…the artwork is still pretty good.
Written by Jeff Bond, author of The Music of Star Trek and many other books, The Art of Star Trek: The Kelvin Timeline runs 192 pages and serves as a nice companion to the most-recent trio of Trek
monstrosities movies. It’s priced at $39.95 in the U.S. and £29.99 in the UK. It’s available both from Titan’s site and Amazon.
For other Trek-related Christmas gift ideas, check out our Discovery gift guide.
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