You haven’t yet seen the best of the concept artwork behind the Star Wars series The Mandalorian Fans of the series saw the first swath of those images in the eye candy-filled first season look at the artwork behind the series in The Art of Star Wars: The Mandalorian–Season One, which we reviewed here at borg.  Coming next month you’ll get to see the inspiration behind the return of Boba Fett and Luke Skywalker in the series, and the first live-action appearances of Ahsoka Tano and Bo-Katan, all found in the pages of Abrams Books’ The Art of Star Wars: The Mandalorian–Season TwoIt’s now available for pre-order here at Amazon.

The library of books, which feature the most thorough of the franchise’s chronicles of the films (in The Art of The Force AwakensThe Art of Rogue OneThe Art of The Last JediThe Art of SoloThe Art of The Rise of Skywalker, in The Art of The Mandalorian: Season One and even a look at the Earthbound destination in The Art of Galaxy’s Edge), repeatedly makes our end of year “Best of” lists.  Take a look inside the latest book in the series below.

Phil Szostak’s The Art of Star Wars: The Mandalorian–Season Two takes fans behind the scenes of the second season of the Emmy Award–winning Disney+ live-action Star Wars television seriesFilled with concept art, character, vehicle, weapon, and creature designs, and interviews with key crew and creatives, including executive producer/showrunner/ writer Jon Favreau (Iron ManThe Lion King) and executive producer/ director Dave Filoni (Star Wars: The Clone WarsStar Wars: Rebels), The Art of Star Wars: The Mandalorian–Season Two promises an exclusive look at the stunning art and design work that helped bring new and returning characters and locations to life.


Alongside regulars from the first season, Din Djarin (Pedro Pascal) and the Child Grogu encounter a cadre of new allies and forms tenuous alliances with former Jedi Padawan Ahsoka Tano (Rosario Dawson), frontier marshal Cobb Vanth (Timothy Olyphant), fellow Mandalorian Bo-Katan (Katee Sackhoff), and bounty hunter Boba Fett (Temuera Morrison).

Returning for The Mandalorian season two, executive creative director Doug Chiang (Star Wars: The Force AwakensRogue One: A Star Wars Story) and the artists and designers pushed the boundaries of Star Wars storytelling while also translating Ahsoka Tano from animation to live action and updating the look of the legendary Boba Fett.

Don’t miss this next volume in the Star Wars library of concept art.  The Art of Star Wars: The Mandalorian–Season Two is now available for pre-order here at Amazon.  Look for it February 15, 2022.

C.J. Bunce / Editor / borg