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Fallen Superheroes Paperback – May 2, 2012
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"....we get a strong sense of this world, where some incredibly powerful beings do battle in mundane housing develops, while other cultivate eccentric hobbies; some don't bother to take off the suit before doing their chores while others enjoy the finer things in life." io9.com
"When we took a look at the new Eric Curtis photography book, Fallen Superheroes, we were nearly in tears we laughed so hard!! If you are a comic book lover, you will surely enjoy the misfit Superheroes created by the LA-based photographer, with text by Adam Mock and Scott Allen Perry." - trendland.com
About the Author
A new universe through the lens of Eric Curtis: Originally from Albuquerque, New Mexico, Eric moved to California after college and lives in LA where he has photographed such Hollywood notables as David Lynch, Danny Glover, rocker Tommy Lee, the bands My Chemical Romance and Linkin Park, and rapper Method Man. Eric's unique approach to photography emphasizes bringing studio lighting to the outside world, which allows him to dictate the terms of the world he's shooting. Fallen Superheroes is Eric's vision brought to life through his lens and the unique storytelling of authors Scott Allen Perry and Adam Mock, whom he collaborated with on Mime Very Own Book.
Scott Allen Perry is an actor, independent filmmaker and writer who produced, wrote and directed segments for all 3 seasons of FuelTV's sketch comedy show Stupidface. He has directed and written episodes of the hit YouTube series Retarded Policeman which has garnered over 100 million views and is still growing and he wrote & directed the hilarious documentary The Outdoorsmen: Blood, Sweat & Beers which premiered on SpikeTV and IFC. Scott previously teamed up with Adam Mock and Eric Curtis for the hilarious Mime Very Own Book.
Adam Mock has been with Medallion Press since 2004. He began his publishing career as art director for Medallion and currently serves as the president and creative director for the newly formed Medallion Media Group. He's mad with ADD and uses his mind-forever-voyaging to bring himself hours of amusement . . . usually at the expense of others.
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Top Customer Reviews
Uncanny work, gentlemen. When can we expect the sequel?
there are over 300 pages for under $30.00 and each page is unique, well shot and the back stories make me wish there were 300 more pages to delve through.
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The photos were stunning with tongue in cheek humor thrown in. The words on the pages went from the bizarre (may seem nonsensical but re-read and find the heart in it) to heart wrenching.
Classic humor from these men who have a great group of friends to share the passion for quirky fun. My favorites are the pics featuring Maya and Spiral. (The passing of the torch was especially touching)
I nearly fell out of my chair when I saw Doug with his BIG FEET!
I love this one and it is right next to My own... my precious... copy of Mime Very Own Book!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
The book book is super out there!! A good conversation piece, as well a the photography really tells a story.Published on January 26, 2014 by eric curtis
I don't know what the print edition of the work looks like, but in the Kindle edition (I have the Kindle Fire HD 8.9) the images were about the size of a large postage stamp. Read morePublished on June 7, 2013 by Lester Eversen
What happens when you take a photographer whose unaltered photos already look like they've been professionally Photoshopped and add a few friends, a sex suit, and a serious dollop... Read morePublished on June 5, 2013 by JeffShultz
While every successful superhero's story has a sad aspect to it, whether it's powers that isolate him or her from the rest of humanity, the pressure of leading a dual life, or a... Read morePublished on May 17, 2013 by Kindle Customer
I thought the images coupled with the story line made for an interesting short read. I actually liked this book!Published on April 28, 2013 by gothicdreamers69
Every child has created their own superhero. Some have the ability to fly, others teleport, and some have super strength. Read morePublished on April 27, 2013 by Andrew Keyser
If you like superheroes and have a sense of humor, this is the book for you. It's great for any coffee table and will always put a smile on your face. Read morePublished on April 4, 2013 by Livittodalimit
This book manages to be artistic, poetic, profound, and gut-bustingly hilarious at the same time. Stories of pain and transformation are told with such vivid detail that you start... Read morePublished on February 4, 2013 by joythomas
When I reviewed Mime Very Own Book from the same publisher--from the same creative team, in fact--a year ago, I was a little harsh. Read morePublished on January 12, 2013 by Jason Kirkfield