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The Sky: The Art of Final Fantasy unboxing video


6:00 AM on 07.10.2013





As promised a few days ago, we're unboxing Dark Horse's three-volume art book collection, The Sky. It celebrates Yoshitaka Amano's contributions to the Final Fantasy franchise by bringing together over 500 pages of concept art ranging from characters and scenery to monsters and more. And best of all? While the MSRP is $89.99, better deals can be found around the Internet.

The official street date has been moved up to July 17 to coincide with San Diego Comic Con. This set is truly something special, and I'm going to be pouring over it for a long time to come. My only gripe? Why is it that only the first volume uses a Roman numeral?

Let us know what you think. I'm already looking forward to what Dark Horse announces next! 






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