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Mega Man Battle Network: Official Complete Works Paperback – March 29, 2011
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There are four chapters in total that are broken up into promo/package art( chapter 1 ), characters( chapter 2 ), anime/real/cyber world/viruses designs( chapter 3 ) and extras( chapter 4 ). What is great is that various artist who have contributed run down the process of selected art pieces which are shown in rough/fully detailed/colored giving you the complete picture on how it came to be, some even mention what their bosses thought of it and what they did if they tweaked it. No art piece is cast aside as each page features three or more pictures on each page with the occasional drawing getting one page to itself which isn't a bad thing as the ones that got that honor are pretty damn good, in fact in chapter 4 where they go over the battle chips and various merchandise it's so jam packed yet everything on each page is still visible.
The glossy front and back covers compliment this thick book with it's smooth interior pages that clocks in at 137 pages in total with the last 4 being ads for other Udon localized art books( Mega Man Star Force: Official Complete Works is up next ), while it seems Udon no longer feels the need to publish original Street Fighter comics which I also liked they've been on a roll with the art books that have been worth the price and then some
I would recommend this to anyone reading this review. I also own almost all the other Udon Entertainment art books and I would like to take the time to recommend them all. In my opinion Udon is just the best of the best. I don't work for them. I don't get paid by them. I'm just a fan of their art books.