With the Disney Plus spinoff “The Book of Boba Fett” just finished with the growth of the classic “Star Wars” action featured by Boba jockeying and Rancor and the reunion of Mando and Grogu, it’s time to started looking forward to “The Mandalorian” Season 3 coming sometime in December.
But before we jump into the fray in that far -flung galaxy, fans can now immerse themselves in the amazing creative work of the artists and photographers who remember In the first season.
Reprinted by Abrams Books, “The Art of Star Wars: The Mandalorian” (opens on new page) Season 2 is a real treasure trove of pre-production magic that features the costumes, creatures, aliens, weapons, spaceships, and lands that explain the exit of the second. of the sci-fi hit series.
Written by Phil Szostak and originally provided by Lucasfilm legend Doug Chiang, this 256 -page series contains thought -provoking images created by a talented team of artists, painters, designers, sculptors, designers, and engineers created the winning prize. filmmakers of the Lucasfilm film industry.
“The Art of Star Wars: The Mandalorian” Season Two teleports fans behind the scenes and into the minds of those whose dreams and aspirations have created the character of the smash series. Also included in this deluxe menu item illuminates interviews with key members and thought developers such as producer / showrunner / writer Jon Favreau (“Iron Man,” “The Lion King “) and founder / director Dave Filoni (” Star). Wars: The Clone Wars, “” Star Wars: Rebels “).
These eyewitnesses also provided many ways to shoot the envelope of the clever “Star Wars” story, including bringing Ahsoka Tano from his animated state to live action, as well as providing the famous animal hunter Boba Fett is a simple change this time around.
Lucasfilm creative art manager and bestselling author Phil Szostak has been the director of the “Star Wars” studios for 13 years and has also written “The Art of Star Wars: The Force Awakens “(Abrams, 2015),” The Art of Star Wars: The Force Awakens “Art of Star Wars: The Last Jedi” (Abrams, 2017), “The Art of Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker” (Abrams, 2020) , and “The Art of Star Wars: The Mandalorian” Season One (Abrams, 2020)).
“The Art of Star Wars: The Mandalorian” (opens on new page) Season 2 is now available in bookstores and major online stores. We’re big fans of The Mandalorian, which took the second slot in our lead on Star Wars TV shows, which is even better. If you haven’t seen it, we really want you to check it out on Disney Plus.