- SHOW BY ROCK!! OFFICIAL ART BOOK
- Anime “Kyousougiga” Visual Book
- Ken Sugimori Works
- Kamigami no Asobi Official Fan Book
- Cardcaptor Sakura 20th Anniversary Illustrations Collection
Art books! Art books! Today’s feature, mostly of the “I did not play this but was enticed to buy it either through the cover or seeing it around” variety:
Art books! Art books! Today’s feature:
Am I done talking about KLAP yet? No. Here’s a post about art books, along with some information I threw in from the staff blog.
In regards to the game itself, I wrote about it here!
Art books! Art books! I figured out that the easiest way for me to talk about my art books is to cover a bunch at once, so here we are! For today’s line-up:
…or art books, I guess! Geten no Hana doesn’t actually have any official art books released by themselves as far as I’m aware of (other than two guide books that function more as walkthroughs), but there were a bunch that were bundled along with the treasure/premium box editions of the game. I figured I might as well make an overview of them all in one place rather than splitting it up in separate posts, so, onwards! There’s a total of seven books:
I still have energy I want to get out for Cendrillon Palika, so I wrote up the limited edition booklet of the game. The main reason I wanted to write about it was largely due to the booklet sharing the reasons behind the characters’ names, which was something I was curious about for quite a while!
I bought this book a long time ago, but I was only able to look through it recently after having finished Future Blessings!
Or Psychedelica of the AA-nisus, but moving on. I couldn’t get a good look at the cover with all the colours blending together like with Black Butterfly’s art book until I got a physical copy. All the details are really neat.
I never know which name to use when the book’s title has both…well, might as well roll with it. I honestly couldn’t make out what the cover was like on shopping sites till I finally got a physical copy for myself. The colours blend together too well, but it’s pretty neat when you can finally see the visual for what it is.