- Paperback: 40 pages
- Publisher: Insights (29 April 2014)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 160887379X
- ISBN-13: 978-1608873791
- Product Dimensions: 30.5 x 1 x 40.6 cm
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- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #3,16,306 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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The Last of Us: The Poster Collection (Insights Poster Collections) Paperback – 29 Apr 2014
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"Page after page of incredible visuals straight from the game or concept artist's drafting table festoon the pages. They're all incredibly colorful, impeccably created, and printed on very high quality paper. Flipping through the pages brought me closer to a game that I already loved so much. It pulled me deeper into the lore and the psyche of each of the characters. In a sentence: This poster book is so good that I've torn out a number of the pages and had them framed."--"Geekadelphia" "Not only was The Last of Us one of the best games of last generation, it also had some of the best concept art. Insight Editions 12x16-inch poster book now lets you place much of that hauntingly beautiful imagery all over your walls or your coffee table."--"Game Informer Magazine" "There are some really jaw-droppingly stunning pictures in here, all serving to highlight the destroyed beauty of the world of "The Last of Us.""--"Gaming Trend" ..".striking selection of posters."--"Baby Pancakes" "One of the best games of this generation."--"The Telegraph" "A game that impresses in virtually every way."--"IGN" "Gaming's Citizen Kane moment--a masterpiece that will be looked back upon favorably for decades." --"Empire"
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which is good because, as others have said, they are printed on both sides (one of the few downsides), but because the quality is so good I don't think it'll be a problem to flip a poster to show the other side if I ever want to. the first poster is glued into the spine, unfortunately, but all it took was a bit of precision cutting with an exacto knife to make me happy.
as for the posters themselves, I love the game so I love them all. I did notice a small flaw on one of the posters where it looked like the image from the one beneath it somehow stuck to it, but it's not bad enough to bother me, still gonna put it up. also kinda bummed there's no poster of Henry at all, though Sam is included in one. love the Dawn of the Wolf posters (too funny), and the concept art is incredible.
all in all I'm a sucker for this game, so I admit I probably would've been happy with nearly anything, but I was very pleasantly surprised anyway.
This is a pretty great collection of concept art, in-game advertisements (i.e. movie posters, arcade games, etc.) and promotional CG renders covering not only The Last of Us, but the Left Behind DLC as well. If you have the Dark Horse art book, a number of these will be familiar to you.
Each poster is matte printed on pretty heavy card stock, though the prints are double-sided, so you may have to decide between one image or another if you decide to frame them. Fortunately they've made wise to put certain images (like two portraits of Joel and Ellie) on separate sheets, so it's unlikely you'll find yourself fretting on what side to choose.
Considering some gallery-quality prints of this art were selling for hundreds of dollars a while back, getting quite a few of those in frame-ready form for less than (at least when I bought this) $20 is a steal. For me, the inclusion Joel and Ellie campfire concept art poster alone was worth the price of this collection.
If you're a fan of this game, or I guess even post-apocalyptic art, I can't recommend this enough.