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The Art of Dead Space is the ultimate gallery of the Dead Space universe, with over 300 images including sketches and concept art by acclaimed artists from breathtaking spacescapes to terrifying necromorphs, character designs to creating a religion, plus commentary from the artists themselves. Includes art from Dead Space, Dead Space: Extraction, Dead Space: Ignition, and Dead Space 2.
About the Author
Martin Robinson is an award-winning journalist and author of Halo: The Art of Building Worlds for Titan Books.
"An incredible collection of art, with a good amount additional background information that gives you lots of perspective into the amount of work that went into this series." - Bricks of the Dead
"Titan put this book out and it looks goooooooood." - Ain’t It Cool Holiday Gift Guide
"As far as video game art books go, this has to be one of the best that I have seen. It is jam packed with beautiful content. Fans of the Dead Space franchise are going to love this book." –
"Hot Damn, this Dead Space concept art is stunning" – io9
"You don’t have to relive to horror to fully appreciate the design thanks to the gorgeous Art of Dead Space hardback, featuring over 300 images, sketches and concept art." – SFX Short Review
"Your backstage pass to the nightmare that is Dead Space, and fans of the series are sure to eat up every page." – Delta Attack
"Full of gruesome delight." – Goozer Nation
"This lavish hardcover is filled to the brim with never-before-seen concept art" – Destructoid
“As far as video game art books go, this has to be one of the best that I have seen. It is jam packed with beautiful content. Fans of the Dead Space franchise are going to love this book.” – Examiner
“The ultimate Dead Space resource.” – Wired.com
“Every bit the prestigious coffee table book we wanted.” “One of the nicest art books I’ve seen in awhile.” “Titan Books has created a gorgeous, old school offering which is sure to impress your gamer friends.” – Forbes.com
“Packed with just the right quotient of horror and science fiction to satisfy either fan base. Definitely worth checking out.” – Strange Kids Club
“A great collection of sci-fi/horror art.” – TG Daily
“The book provides amazingly detailed conceptual renderings of key characters, creatures, environments, and props while explaining the thought process that allowed the artists to arrive at the final product.” – 4 Player Network
“A phenomenal collection of art.” – Total Gaming Network
“A beautiful collection.” – Unwinnable
“The fresh ink smell and the stylish cover tell you to get ready to see some wonderful visuals. The book goes over every little detail from the series. How the universe was designed and conjured up. You get some glances at early designs. You also get some lengthy info on each piece of art be it plasma cutter to just doors in the game. It's more than just tidbits, it more like a cultural guide book to the Dead Space universe.” – Things To Do In LA
“Very few companies are putting out art books of this quality these days – my hat is off to Titan for making a book worth owning. It is an amazing peek behind the curtain.” – Gaming Trend
"Titan Books has done its usual stellar job on this volume, from the embossed, glossy black covers to the Rorschach-like endpapers to the stunning amount of work between them.
“Take it from a guy totally unfamiliar with Dead Space – liking the videogame is not a prerequisite for enjoying this book." – The October Country
“From carnage-filled hallways to desolate planetscapes, this book will transport you into the Dead Space universe and immerse you in its depth.” “This book is epic in its scope and lavishly illustrated.” – Shattered Ravings
“The artwork is also positively stunning.” – Horror News
“For anyone interested in the art behind the video games, this is an amazing glimpse
into the detail, the creativity and the effort that comes before we get to sit and play.” “This is a great addition to anyone addicted to the Dead Space trilogy, as well as a very interesting look at the inner workings of a video game from an art perspective.” – Hearts on Fire Review