Thanks to advance screenings, we're already getting reviews on Frank Miller's solo-directorial debut on "The Spirit," and like most films based on comics, this one looks like it's clearly gonna divide the fanboys out there into "love it" or "hate it" camps. Yet regardless of whether viewers take to "The Spirit," one thing we can all agree on is Miller has continued his tradition of giving moviegoers an utterly unique-looking film, and the fine folks at Titan Books have delivered a stunning new book celebrating Miller's vision, "The Spirit: The Movie Visual Companion," by Mark Cotta Vaz.
The book takes fans through each and every aspect of the filming process, from the comics to the final product, and features exclusive interviews with the cast and crew, tons of behind-the-scenes photos and art, as well as never-before-seen storyboards drawn by Miller himself.
And lucky for us, Titan has offered us a first glimpse at some of the costume designs featured in the book that's a must-have for an fan of "The Spirit" -- which you can check out after the jump!
© Spirit Films, LLC. All Rights Reserved.”The Spirit” name and character TM and © 2007 Will Eisner. All Rights Reserved.
What do you think of the look of "The Spirit?" Will you be checking out the movie when it opens next week? Talk it up in the comments.