I received the latest coffee table book from Disney Editions. It's very thin on text - there's only an introduction from John Lasseter, but it's jam-packed - 224 pages - full of storyboard art from Steamboat Willie 1928 to Lilo and Stitch 2002.
As I've stated before, I'm a sucker for any type of concept art. Whether it's early designs for theme park attractions or character development sketches from the latest animated film. Animation fans will truly enjoy flipping thru this book. There's an amazing amount of detail in some of these drawings.
I only have one or two small nitpicks. I would have liked to have seen more sketches that occurred early in the development process. The pictures that are included in the book are almost identical from the scenes that made it into the movie. Although, the Alice In Wonderland sketches are completely different from the final product. Also, all the films details (animator, director, etc.) are listed in the back of the book. I realize this allows for a cleaner layout, but I found myself flipping back and forth to find out more about each film.