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An incredible hardcover amassing art and creator commentary chronicling four seasons of adventure in a galaxy far, far away! In the early days of the rebellion, a tight-knit group of rebels from various backgrounds banded together against all odds to do their part in the larger mission of defeating the Galactic Empire, sparking hope across the galaxy. The award-winning team An incredible hardcover amassing art and creator commentary chronicling four seasons of adventure in a galaxy far, far away! In the early days of the rebellion, a tight-knit group of rebels from various backgrounds banded together against all odds to do their part in the larger mission of defeating the Galactic Empire, sparking hope across the galaxy. The award-winning team from Lucasfilm Animation brought the beloved occupants of the Ghost into our homes five years ago, now, take a step behind-the-scenes to witness the journey from paper to screen with The Art of Star Wars Rebels. Featuring never-before-seen concept art and process pieces along with exclusive commentary from the creative team behind the show, Dark Horse Books and Lucasfilm proudly present the official look inside one of the galaxy's most beloved shows.


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An incredible hardcover amassing art and creator commentary chronicling four seasons of adventure in a galaxy far, far away! In the early days of the rebellion, a tight-knit group of rebels from various backgrounds banded together against all odds to do their part in the larger mission of defeating the Galactic Empire, sparking hope across the galaxy. The award-winning team An incredible hardcover amassing art and creator commentary chronicling four seasons of adventure in a galaxy far, far away! In the early days of the rebellion, a tight-knit group of rebels from various backgrounds banded together against all odds to do their part in the larger mission of defeating the Galactic Empire, sparking hope across the galaxy. The award-winning team from Lucasfilm Animation brought the beloved occupants of the Ghost into our homes five years ago, now, take a step behind-the-scenes to witness the journey from paper to screen with The Art of Star Wars Rebels. Featuring never-before-seen concept art and process pieces along with exclusive commentary from the creative team behind the show, Dark Horse Books and Lucasfilm proudly present the official look inside one of the galaxy's most beloved shows.

30 review for The Art of Star Wars Rebels

  1. 5 out of 5

    Jennifer

    One star removed for egregious lack of loth cat art.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Joshua Lawson

    This bummed me out pretty hard, particularly after being excited for it for so long and springing for the limited edition. I was looking for more insight into the creative process, more concept art, more exploratory design work. This offers mostly finalized art for things as they appear in the show with little input for the creative team behind the show beyond quick inessential blurbs. I love this show so much as I love Star Wars art books so much and this several steps removed from what I’ve com This bummed me out pretty hard, particularly after being excited for it for so long and springing for the limited edition. I was looking for more insight into the creative process, more concept art, more exploratory design work. This offers mostly finalized art for things as they appear in the show with little input for the creative team behind the show beyond quick inessential blurbs. I love this show so much as I love Star Wars art books so much and this several steps removed from what I’ve come to expect from the Art of Star Wars books. Know going in that this is very nice art depicting what you see in Star Wars Rebels as you see it in Star Wars Rebels with largely in-universe expository information and thin quotes from the crew. If you are looking for something more in depth the free Rebels Recon YouTube show is a better source. I really hate being a drag this just bummed me out.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Stephen Simpson

    Ultimately disappointing. I love most of the Star Wars art books, but this one was lacking. There was minimal concept art and little in the way of developmental art. In other Star Wars art books you can see rejected ideas and how the chosen ideas evolved over time. Not here. Now, maybe there wasn't an elaborate design process and maybe they knew what they wanted all along, but it's a disappointment not to see more "behind the scenes art". What the book really is is basically a lot of still shots Ultimately disappointing. I love most of the Star Wars art books, but this one was lacking. There was minimal concept art and little in the way of developmental art. In other Star Wars art books you can see rejected ideas and how the chosen ideas evolved over time. Not here. Now, maybe there wasn't an elaborate design process and maybe they knew what they wanted all along, but it's a disappointment not to see more "behind the scenes art". What the book really is is basically a lot of still shots of what was actually in the series. So if you've seen the series, you've seen everything in the book. Which reduces the appeal to me. Also, there are some odd gaps - no loth cats, no loth wolves, and a few other gaps. What's there is well done. But I wish there was more depth and breadth.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Online Eccentric Librarian

    More reviews (and no fluff) on the blog http://surrealtalvi.wordpress.com/ The Art of Star Wars Rebels delivers exactly what you can imagine it would be - gorgeous renderings of the concept art for the series. As with all Star Wars art books, the art itself is amazing and the care taken into the layout of the book is top notch. Unfortunately, it's also 'just' an art book. I was hoping for more insight into the making of the series and additional tidbits. While there is plenty of concept art o More reviews (and no fluff) on the blog http://surrealtalvi.wordpress.com/ The Art of Star Wars Rebels delivers exactly what you can imagine it would be - gorgeous renderings of the concept art for the series. As with all Star Wars art books, the art itself is amazing and the care taken into the layout of the book is top notch. Unfortunately, it's also 'just' an art book. I was hoping for more insight into the making of the series and additional tidbits. While there is plenty of concept art of what characters were designed to look like, it's really nothing that provides an in depth view into the Rebels world. For a coffee table book this is great, as it is just for browsing the pictures. There just isn't all that much more to it. One slight irritation that actually has nothing to do with this book is that most of the concept art of locales and vehicles is really much better than what we got in the series. The series art style is more kid-cartoony with fairly plain and flat appearance. The concept art in turn is full of wonderful detail and depth and I found myself hoping that the series would have ended up looking like that. Still, it captures the imagination, even if at times you struggle to think if you've even ever seen this locale in the series. Overall, it's a solid book for looking at the beautiful art but not much beyond it. I browsed through the thing in an hour and enjoyed myself. Can't say I'm imagining myself doing so again in the near future though. Reviewed from an advance reader copy provided by the publisher.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Jack Levell

    B-E-A-U-T-I-F-U-L 😍

  6. 5 out of 5

    Tamara

    This book is heavy on backgrounds/layouts, props and ships/vehicles. As my interest is more character oriented, I wish there was more character art. A nice, hefty book that as a fan of the series I still enjoy, but it is definitely more for the world building enthusiast than the character designer.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Wesley Spears-Newsome

    I have all the "Art of" books they've released since TFA, so I definitely wanted to pick this one up. While it is overflowing with material and gorgeous art, I was disappointed it didn't feature more unused concept art. The copious amounts of ideas and concepts in the feature film art books are what make them so interesting and inspirational to me. The Rebels book has some of that in the development section at the beginning, but little else. Some of that is undoubtedly due to this being a book f I have all the "Art of" books they've released since TFA, so I definitely wanted to pick this one up. While it is overflowing with material and gorgeous art, I was disappointed it didn't feature more unused concept art. The copious amounts of ideas and concepts in the feature film art books are what make them so interesting and inspirational to me. The Rebels book has some of that in the development section at the beginning, but little else. Some of that is undoubtedly due to this being a book for a TV show on a more accelerated timeline, but it felt like the book was missing something nevertheless. The other flaw in the book is at least one pretty significant copy error where the Seventh Sister is misnamed repeatedly throughout her whole section in the book as the Second Sister (from the Fallen Order video game). A book at this level shouldn't have those kind of mistakes. Overall, though, the book is beautiful and contains wonderful art and is worth picking up if you like the other "Art Of Star Wars" books.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Paul Viebranz

    Full of beautiful pieces, The Art of Star Wars: Rebels is just what you might expect... and not much more. There isn't a lot in the way of exploratory concept designs, the commentary isn't as much insightful as summative or perfunctory, and there are some very curious omissions-- little in the way of Maul, Thrawn, Ahsoka, or the World Between Worlds, considering how popular the three characters and that trip of a location are; no season 4 Kallus; no AP-5 or Loth-cats at all! Again, if you want to Full of beautiful pieces, The Art of Star Wars: Rebels is just what you might expect... and not much more. There isn't a lot in the way of exploratory concept designs, the commentary isn't as much insightful as summative or perfunctory, and there are some very curious omissions-- little in the way of Maul, Thrawn, Ahsoka, or the World Between Worlds, considering how popular the three characters and that trip of a location are; no season 4 Kallus; no AP-5 or Loth-cats at all! Again, if you want to peruse a tome of gorgeous artwork from the show, this is your book. But especially with no complete series set on BluRay, I was hoping for a lot more behind-the-scenes information, and certainly a lot more preliminary design work.

  9. 4 out of 5

    C

    Listen, what is here is not bad at all. There's plenty of gorgeous art from a gorgeous show. But there just isn't much. Very little in the way of concepts that didn't make it into the show, very little behind the scenes info about the art or its design journey. There just isn't that much here. Despite how gorgeous the art is, it just feels a bit hollow without more meat to it. This one feels much more empty than most of the Star Wars art books. Listen, what is here is not bad at all. There's plenty of gorgeous art from a gorgeous show. But there just isn't much. Very little in the way of concepts that didn't make it into the show, very little behind the scenes info about the art or its design journey. There just isn't that much here. Despite how gorgeous the art is, it just feels a bit hollow without more meat to it. This one feels much more empty than most of the Star Wars art books.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Sarah

    Pros: -art -shape of book -Rebels!! Cons: -not enough development.....at all. While I love the art style and some of full page art in this book, I really feel like I was missing the design development and the quotes from artists and creators about how they got to that final design and why.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Alba Lozano

    faltan concept-art y algunos personajes (ejem jacen syndulla)

  12. 4 out of 5

    Kyle

    A beautiful art book for anyone who loved the Star Wars Rebels series. Has a lot of concept art and early drafts of characters. Missing some big parts of the show, but overall its a really nice addition for a fan's library. A beautiful art book for anyone who loved the Star Wars Rebels series. Has a lot of concept art and early drafts of characters. Missing some big parts of the show, but overall its a really nice addition for a fan's library.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Jessi

    I love Rebels so much. This was fun! I kept wanting to read more. I am also glad that they organized the book somewhat chronologically, by season. That was really helpful. Yay Rebels!

  14. 4 out of 5

    Jose F. Martin del Pozo

    Text is not the main thing in such books, but the art needs a little more explaining than this. Probably the Star Wars Art of... book I've enjoyed the least. Text is not the main thing in such books, but the art needs a little more explaining than this. Probably the Star Wars Art of... book I've enjoyed the least.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Timothy Guthrie

  16. 5 out of 5

    Frank Tagader

  17. 4 out of 5

    Christopher Cherry

  18. 4 out of 5

    Libby

  19. 4 out of 5

    Roel Veldhuyzen

  20. 4 out of 5

    Matt Lazorwitz

  21. 4 out of 5

    kathryn berkey

  22. 4 out of 5

    Elisha Dunham

  23. 4 out of 5

    Alyssa

  24. 5 out of 5

    Hasan Scarborough

  25. 4 out of 5

    Casey Winters

  26. 4 out of 5

    Steven McCullar

  27. 5 out of 5

    Emi

  28. 4 out of 5

    Ben

  29. 4 out of 5

    Sticks Phillips

  30. 5 out of 5

    Sara Cenkus

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