- Tapa dura: 92 páginas
- Editor: Viz Comics; Edición: 1 (1 de octubre de 2006)
- Colección: Fullmetal Alchemist
- Idioma: Inglés
- ISBN-10: 1421507668
- ISBN-13: 978-1421507668
- Valoración media de los clientes: Sé el primero en opinar sobre este producto
- Clasificación en los más vendidos de Amazon: nº1.362.813 en Libros en idiomas extranjeros (Ver el Top 100 en Libros en idiomas extranjeros)
The Art of Fullmetal Alchemist, the Anime (Inglés) Tapa dura – oct 2006
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Fullmetal Alchemist began as a manga series in Japan and quickly exploded into a world-wide anime hit. The cool and stylish artwork of the television program has now been compiled into a prestige format, hardcover book for both collectors and fans. Art inspired by the anime, along with initial character designs, cel art, and production notes--all this plus an interview with Yoshiyuki Itoh, the character designer for the anime. Face it true believers, it doesn't get better than this!
Biografía del autor
Born in Hokkaido (northern Japan), Hiromu Arakawa first attracted national attention in 1999 with her award-winning manga Stray Dog. Her series Fullmetal Alchemist debuted in 2001 in Square Enix's monthly manga anthology Shonen Gangan.
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Also, 75% of the book is poster like pages of a lot of anime art. I was hoping for more sketches, notes in English, and interview.
Don't get me wrong, I love Japanese, and I love the drawing style of FMA, but I can't really read Japanese, and I wanted to give the English version a try for once, instead of the ""perfect original version". Haha (it's not actually perfect)
Not too thrilled with the book, but ok.
1. The Art of Fullmetal Alchemist
2. The Art of Fullmetal Alchemist 2, and
3. The Art of Fullmetal Alchemist: The Anime
They're all the same publisher and size and look nice together on the shelf. The contents, as everyone here has noted, are 99.99% full color illustrations. However, for items 1 and 2, you also get small footnotes from Hiromu Arakawa. Her comments are very brief but revealing. I felt I learned something about what it's like to be a manga author after reading about her feelings about each piece. If you are a fan, an artist, or considering becoming a manga writer, you should read it! Item 2 has a hilarious afterword by her in the form of a comic strip. For Item 3, there is an interview with Yoshiyuki Ito, the character designer for the anime (which Arakawa worked on only minimally). Personally, I much prefer Arakawa's comments, she is just such a character! What must it be like to create the world's most loved boy and robot? She must be on cloud nine. Roll over, JK Rowling. I'd rather be Arakawa any day! Ahem. End of review.
Its a nice book if you enjoy just some of the main posters and wallpapers that are out for FMA. But remember, these are not poster sized pictures, they are just copies in a hardcover book. The interview was nice, but you can probably find it online somewhere.
So all in all, I give this book a 5 star because the quality of the pics and the book itself is very very nice, but I would have liked to see rough sketches and pictures of how they created the characters instead of just the final product/ artwork. So this book isnt what I would say a "must have" for FMA fans, but it is a nice addition to my collection.
This book has full color illustrations in the anime style. In other words, what you have seen on posters, wallscrolls and the like. There isn't anything like screenshots, but original art in the anime style.
What I HAD been expecting where character, background, and item reference art, such as what would have been used in the production of the anime. The closest to that is a small section with lineart from art in the book, as well as a 'how they do it' section on the steps they take to make the images.
This is a book every Fullmetal fan will love, but I was just expecting a little more from the production aspect of the show, not just images they use in calanders and such.