DOOM DOOM DOOM: The Art of Invader Zim
Chris McDonnell, Jhonen Vasquez
Created by indie comics artist Jhonen Vasquez, Invader Zim tells the story of extraterrestrial outcast Zim, from the planet Irk.
With the assistance of his malfunctioning robot GIR, Zim repeatedly tries (and fails) to execute his dastardly plan to conquer Earth, all while masquerading as an average elementary school student. DOOM DOOM DOOM: The Art of Invader Zim is the definitive history of both the fan-favorite series and the upcoming Invader Zim television movie Enter the Florpus, airing in spring 2019.
A fully authorized, all-access compendium of never-before-published production art, storyboards, behind-the-scenes photos, and ephemera, the book will feature exclusive, interviews with Vasquez and other key crewmembers that reveal the origins, art, and imagination behind one of Nickelodeon’s most beloved turn-of-the-millennium series.
Chris McDonnell has designed books on Ralph Bakshi, Bill Plympton, the Joker, Wonder Woman, and more. McDonnell served as author and designer for Adventure Time: The Art of Ooo, Steven Universe: Art & Origins, and BoJack Horseman: The Art Before the Horse. He lives in Philadelphia.
Jhonen Vasquez is an American comic book writer, cartoonist, and music video director. He is best known for creating the comic book Johnny the Homicidal Maniac, with its spin-off comics Squee! and I Feel Sick, and the Nickelodeon animated series Invader Zim. He lives in Los Angeles.
|Publication Date||5 November 2019|
|Illustrations||300 colour illustrations|
|Rights||Europe, Africa, Middle East|