No More Heroes Art Exhibit Gallerynucleus

No More Heroes Gallerynucleus Art Exhibit to Appear Soon

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Gallerynucleus will be hosting a No More Heroes art exhibit from June 25 to July 10, 2022. Artwork by Kozaki Yusuke and Masanori Ushiki will be featured at the exhibit, including illustrations from the production of No More Heroes. Admission to the opening reception will be entirely free, while autographs from the artists will cost $10 for books and posters. Those looking to get their copies of No More Heroes signed will have signing fees waived. The No More Heroes art exhibit will be held at Gallerynucleus in Alhambra, California.

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Outside of displaying artwork from the No More Heroes series, consumers will also be able to obtain stickers, prints, and other exclusive pieces of artwork. Gallernyucleus will also host a livestream through Twitch which will include an hour-long interview segment featuring the artists. Additionally, viewers will have the opportunity to watch as the artists sketch out paid illustration slots.

Five illustration slots per artist will be available at the opening reception, with attendees needing to provide their own shikishi boards. Four additional slots will be available to those watching through Twitch. Only one slot can be purchased per attendee, with each one costing $20.

No More Heroes 3 is available for Nintendo Switch. It will release for PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X in Japan on October 6, 2022.

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