This First Printing was signed exclusively for Stuart Ng Books by the following crew members at Disney Animation Studios in Burbank, California, on December 12th, 2018.
Artwork by Cory Loftis, Ami Thompson, Matthias Lechner, Mingjue Helen Chen, Jeff Merghart, Paul Felix, Jim Martin, Kevin Nelson, Mike Yamada, Scott Watanabe, Meg Park, and others.
Foreword by Rich Moore and Phil Johnston
From the Publisher:
In the follow-up to the Oscar-nominated film Wreck-It Ralph, our hero leaves his arcade for the expansive universe of the Internet. Disney's artists have brought the world of the Internet (a world you may think you know) to life in an all-new, imaginative way. Through never-before-seen concept art, character sketches, storyboards, and colorscripts, along with interviews with the production team, The Art of Ralph Breaks the Internet reveals the artistic process behind Disney's box office smash sequel.
Jessica Julius is director, creative affairs, at Walt Disney Animation Studios and author of The Art of Zootopia.
Rich Moore is the director of Ralph Breaks the Internet, the Oscar-winning Zootopia, and Wreck-it Ralph.
Phil Johnston is the director and screenwriter of Ralph Breaks the Internet. He co-wrote Zootopia and Wreck-it Ralph.
The film opened November 21 and has not only gathered excellent reviews but has also been number one at the box office for three straight weeks!
A New York Times Critics Pick
Like in Incredibles 2, Ralph Breaks the Internet illustrates just how far computer animation can advance between one movie and its sequel....Co-directed by Phil Johnson and Rich Moore, Ralph Breaks the Internet looks great. But it's the script (co-written by Johnston and Pamela Ribon) that gives it its heart.
--The Washington Post
...Ralph Breaks the Internet, a Wreck-It Ralph 2 rose by any other name and a sequel that doubles as a treatise on our ongoing online nightmare.... directors Phil Johnston and Rich Moore, armed with a screenplay cowritten by Johnston and Pamela Ribon, find a common ground between family-friendly entertainment and sharp social satire.
Sharp and knowing, it's also a triumph of animation and characterisation.