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THE LEGEND OF ZELDA: ART AND ARTIFACTS is a Gorgeous Tribute to the Series’ Art (Exclusive)

THE LEGEND OF ZELDA: ART AND ARTIFACTS is a Gorgeous Tribute to the Series’ Art (Exclusive)

On February 21, 2017, Dark Horse Comics will publish The Legend of Zelda: Art & Artifacts and holy crap we are excited. There are few things we love as much as The Legend of Zelda and this book is a tribute to that pure, rich love.

At over 400 pages, The Legend of Zelda: Art & Artifacts is jam-packed with art from the franchise’s thirty-year history. From The Wind Waker to A Link to the Past to Twilight Princess, this gorgeous hardcover covers it all in a visual feast for your eyeholes. We’ve actually held this beast in our hands and we can tell you that flipping through gold-gilded pages is an awesome experience. The attention to detail that has gone into this series over the years is absolutely stunning. Trust us when we say you want to own this bad boy. You want it in your life.

After the huge success of The Legend of Zelda: Hyrule Historia, it’s not surprising that Dark Horse Comics would want to take another trip to the world of Hyrule and beyond. That book was a beauty and a must-own for any Nintendo fan. Somehow, The Legend of Zelda: Art & Artifacts ups the ante and takes fans even further into the world of the series, although this time it’s more through visuals (obviously).

That’s not all, though. The book also features exclusive interviews with the design team behind the franchise, some of the official pixel art of the early series, and rare promotional art never before published in this format. Oh, and you get a sneak peek The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild. You need to buy this book and invite your friends over for a BBQ. When they arrive, you can casually gesture to the book and say something like “oh yeah, are you guys Zelda fans?” They’ll marvel at your fine taste and you’ll be a hero.

Maybe that’s overselling it, but it’s a really cool book. Take a look at some exclusive pages below and let us know what the best The Legend of Zelda game is the comments.

Image: Dark Horse Comics

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