RockMan EXE Official Complete Work

RockMan EXE Official Complete Work


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Original Name  ロックマンエグゼ オフィシャルコンプリートワークス
Official Release Date Dec 21, 2009
Version  Japan
Pages 176
Format A4
PAX-Code PAX0002886124
Item Code  9784862332448

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Total votes:12

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poompk (1) on 01, Mar. 2012 08:04 (HKT)
AWESOME
This book is so awesome and covers completely absolutely EVERYTHING (game related. there are some draftworks for anime in there too but it is not complete for anime by any means, since this is meant for the game series). I am a big fan of the series and I am sooo happy.
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DragonDream88 (3) on 15, Jul. 2011 10:19 (HKT)
Truly one for the Megaman/Rockman fan.
I'll start by saying the BattleNetwork series really intrigued me from its first appearance. It was a combination of the various styles Megaman had gone through, the old cartoony look, the newer cooler X look, the Legends look. It went streamlined and took some ideas from Tron. The cyberworld is cool, but not coller than the battle chips, and the many forms the boss characters appear in. Megaman have many looks that aren't lazy colour pallette changes. Some thought has gone into his designs (especially the earlier games in the series before it goes all "Digimon overkill evolution").


It is true that some sketches were a bit small (the concept development or early pencil scratches). But the book is jam packed full of art, I spent a full half hour flicking through it on my first sitting.
I also own the Rockman Zero artbook. The two are totally different styles, but I rank them both with full marks. Worth it, get it before they sell out like everything on Play-Asia!
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mega_xz891 (3) on 25, Feb. 2011 12:12 (HKT)
Truely Worth it
I bought this before I knew about the English version but I love this and it really is everything I wanted, I prefer this over the English version as I compared both. Worth EVERY PENNY
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JoyS (45) on 28, Aug. 2010 11:55 (HKT)
Must-have item
I love the size of book; this book is much bigger than the previous "Rockman EXE no Himitsu" artbook. I already have seen most of (maybe 90%?) artworks from that previous artbook (in very small size), but this book still contains some new EXE illustrations I have never seen before. There are a lot of "egakioroshi" (special artworks) from amazing artists.
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rockman.exe (21) on 28, Aug. 2010 06:12 (HKT)
A must-have for any Rockman fan
This book features not only all the official work, but also a lot of sketches and notes from the authors (in japanese) which no Mega Man fan can let pass
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