The Art of How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World was released on March 5, 2019. It is written by Linda Sunshine.
|“|| The third installment in DreamWorks Animation’s How to Train Your Dragon series of animated movies arrives in theaters next March, and just days later, Dark Horse Books will release an in-depth look at the work behind the movie.|
The hardcover The Art of How To Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World will feature hundreds of pieces of exclusive, unseen artwork from the development and creation of the new movie, alongside commentary from director Dean DeBlois and artists who worked on the feature. The book will run 184 pages, and is currently available for pre-order ahead of its March 5, 2019 release. The book will retail for $39.99. [[src]]
|— The Hollywood Reporter|
|“|| In this brilliantly illustrated, full-color book, Dark Horse Books and DreamWorks Animation join forces to celebrate the climatic third film showcasing more adventures of Toothless and Hiccup. Featuring hundreds of pieces of original art and commentary from director Dean DeBlois and the many talented artists and filmmakers who have created this masterpiece of storytelling and animation.|
A beautifully designed hardcover volume featuring exclusive commentary and never-before-seen art from the creation of the animated motion picture masterpiece!
Don your winged Flight Suit, grab your Dragon Blade, hop on your obedient Night Fury, and get ready for the ride of a lifetime with your favorite dragons and Vikings in the latest installment in the How to Train Your Dragon trilogy! Fans will delight in the discovery of previously unknown dragons, the threat of a heartless villain, and the quest for sanctuary that propels the story to extraordinary new heights (and depths!). Venture into the Hidden World where dragons roam free under the watchful eye of their leader Toothless as, above ground, Hiccup struggles to assume leadership of his tribe. [[src]]
- In The Hollywood Reporter’s initial report, there was a typo which stated ‘Hiccup and Teacup’ instead of ‘Hiccup and Toothless’. It has since been fixed.