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Submitted by -Mezzo- 817d ago | opinion piece

The Art of Dead Space and Dead Space Graphic Novels

Gi - This grotesque collection of mutilated bodies and severed alien limbs makes for an excellent coffee table book. The Art of Dead Space begins with a touching forward by art director Ian Milham and leads over 300 images spanned across 150 pages of original and some never-before-seen Dead Space art. From initial concepts of Isaac Clarke to the evolution of the necromorph, the Art of Dead Space is a fantastic look into the creation of Dead Space. Commentary is constant throughout the book offering insight into different designs and explaining parts of the Dead Space story players and readers may have previously missed. With a glut of guts, gore, and interesting trivia this art book is an absolute must-have for Dead Space collectors. (Dead Space, PC, PS3, Xbox 360)

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