Mega Man 25th anniversary artbook hits San Diego Comic-Con

Udon Entertainment plans to release a limited edition artbook to commemorate the 25th anniversary of the Mega Man franchise exclusively at San Diego Comic-Con later this month, the publisher announced today.

The English localization of the MM25: Mega Man and Mega Man X Official Complete Works artbook will debut at Comic-Con and will be available for purchase for $100 at the Udon Entertainment booth, #4529.

The book features 400 pages of illustrations spanning the franchise's history, including concept art, sketches and new tribute artwork drawn for the 25th anniversary. The artbook also includes production notes and developer commentary, as well as three new interviews with the series' creators. The whole package is bound up in blue laser foil and a hardcover binding, and comes with a special Mega Man dust jacket.

San Diego Comic-Con will take place July 17 through 21 at the San Diego Convention Center in California. For more photos of the MM25 artbook, check out Udon's official Facebook page.

Polygon will be in attendance at the show providing coverage throughout the weekend.

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