UDON Releases Preview Shots of Monster Hunter Illustrations 2

Sunday, July 28th, 2013

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Monster Hunter Illustrations 2

Announced way back earlier this year, UDON released a nine-page preview for the second localized artbook for the Monster Hunter series, Monster Hunter Illustrations 2. Like the first one which, unlike the Japanese ones, will have both the black & white and color books combined into one giant artbook. Illustrations 2 covers the third generation of the series, Monster Hunter Portable 2nd/Freedom series with Unite, Portable 3rd, and Monster Hunter Tri and Tri G (Or Ultimate as known in the West). With over 400 pages, this behemoth-sized book costs $39.99, or lower depending on the store. You can check out the pictures below.

For those who missed out on the first Monster Hunter Illustrations, UDON reprinted it and is available at their online store and various outlets. The Monster Hunter Illustrations 2 artbook is looking at a Fall release, which you can pre-order at Amazon.


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