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2009-01-08 13:45

 

• tsukasa jun : original published works •

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Tsukasa Bullet Hana-Yaiba
¥1,000
Wani Magazine, 8/2003

A small booklet that was sold at Wani Magazine's booth at Comiket 64, Hana-Yaiba focuses on several of Tsukasa's original characters, specifically his female ninja. It includes color illustrations, line art, and photographs of garage kits based on Tsukasa's characters.

Sample
Tsukasa Jun Second Illustration Book Game Works "Previous"
15pp, ¥500
Wani Magazine, 8/9/2002

This booklet was distributed at Comiket 62 and describes itself on its inner front cover as being a preview of Tsukasa Jun's next book, "Tsukasa Bullet Game Works (tentative title)." The book is said to be planned for release in the winter of 2002, but its fate is a mystery, as it was never released. The booklet includes images from all of the Hot Gimmick games Tsukasa Jun has contributed to, as well as images of Sengoku Blade's Koyori and Junis.

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Tsukasa Bullet original illustration book (Deluxe Edition)
132pp, ¥3,990
Wani Magazine, 12/2001

This big, beautiful, heavy hardcover collects many of Tsukasa's contributions and self-published illustrations from throughout his career, as well as original works, with descriptive text in English and Japanese. Also included are contributions from friends of Tsukasa, including Range Murata and Tsukasa Kotobuki. This book received only a limited printing and is easily Tsukasa's most sought-after work.

Sample 1 Sample 2
Psikyo Illustrations: Pick Up In Tsukasa Jun (Gamest Mook vol. 155)
54pp, ¥1,200
Shinseisha, 1998

Features illustrations from the first Hot Gimmick game, including static character poses and all of the poses used to construct the oshioki scenes from the game. Also included are line-art concept sketches from Hot Gimmick and Sengoku Blade, a full-color illustration of SB's Kaen, and guest illustrations by artists OKAMA, Kotobuki Tsukasa, Takuya Inoue, and one other.

Sample 1 Sample 2
Gun Blue
Comic Gamest magazine, Shinseisha, ca. 1997

Gun Blue is a comic by Tsukasa that was serialized in Comic Gamest magazine. Each edition of the comic consists of a few pages that talk about a specific firearm, complete with Tsukasa's trademark detailed drawings (of both the firearms and of the characters who often model them). One of the sections in this book is a more traditional manga chapter that focuses on the Government M1911A1 and stars original character Yayoi and Tsukasa himself (in his usual daruma form). The pictured color illustration is a pin-up that was featured in the magazine.

Sample Pinup
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