| Dawn: The Worlds of Final Fantasy Artbook (Hardcover) (Color) |
For the first time outside Japan, Amano and Square Enix, Inc., have permitted the artwork that inspired the designs of the Final Fantasy games to be published. In Dawn you will see the development of the first four games through Amano's paintings, detailed line art, and preliminary sketches. Plus, in a special afterword, you'll learn the genesis of this history-making collaboration.
| Final Fantasy Type-O Side Story Graphic Novel 1 |
| Final Fantasy Unlimited CD Soundtrack: Music Adventure Verse 1 |
| Final Fantasy VII: Advent Children Blu-ray (Hyb) |
Two years have passed since the events of Final Fantasy VII and the ruins of Midgar stand as a testament to the sacrifices made in order to bring peace. However, the world will soon face a new menace. A mysterious illness is spreading fast. Old enemies are astir. And Cloud, who walked away from the life of a hero to live in solitude, must step forward yet again...
| Final Fantasy VIII Figure: Squall Trading Arts Kai Mini (3 in) |
| Final Fantasy X HD Figure: Tidus Play Arts Kai (9 in) |
| Final Fantasy X HD Figure: Yuna Play Arts Kai (9 in) |
| Final Fantasy iPhone Gelaskin: The Swordsman (Yoshitaka Amano) |
| The Sky: The Art of Final Fantasy Book 1 (Hardcover) (Color) (FFI - FFIII) |
The legend begins here with The Sky Book One, containing Yoshitaka Amano's sketches and paintings for the first three Final Fantasy games; I (1987), II (1988) and III (1990). Introduced are characters such as Princess Sarah, Firion, Cid, Maria, Sara Altney, Alus Restor, Ricard Highwind, and many others, as well as the creatures that challenge them: beholders, hydrae, dragons, manticores, chimerae, and liches!
| The Sky: The Art of Final Fantasy Book 2 (Hardcover) (Color) (FFIV - FFVI) |
The Sky Book Two contains Yoshitaka Amano's sketches and paintings for Final Fantasy IV (1991), V (1992) and VI (1994), depicting characters such as Cecil Harvey, Rydia, Bartz Klauser, Lenna Charlotte Tycoon, Faris Scherwiz, Terra Branford, Locke Cole, Sabin Rene Figaro, Shadow, Setzer Gabbiani, Celes Chere, and, of course, Mog (among many others!).
| The Sky: The Art of Final Fantasy Book 3 (Hardcover) (Color) (FFVII - FFX) |
The Sky Book Three contains Yoshitaka Amano's sketches and paintings for Final Fantasy VII (1997), VIII (1999), IX (2000), and X (2001), depicting characters such as Zidane Tribal, Garnet Til Alexandros XVII, Adelbert Steiner, Vivi Orunitia, Amarant Coral, Queen Brahne, and many others.
| The Sky: The Art of Final Fantasy Box Set (Slipcase) (Color) |
The Sky I, II, and III showcase Amano's ethereal illustrations for the first ten Final Fantasy games! Each hardcover book in The Sky Slipcased Edition is 11 5/8" high by 10 5/8" wide, and printed on glossy stock. Volume 1 contains Amano's work for Final Fantasy I-III. Volume 2 contains his contributions for Final Fantasy IV-VI, and volume 3 features his art for Final Fantasy VII-X.
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