A retrospective exploration of the galaxy’s most lovable video game heroes Ratchet and Clank!

MILWAUKIE, Ore., (September 19, 2017) Dark Horse Books, Insomnia Games and Sony Interactive Entertainment proudly offer a look back at the history of the iconic Ratchet & Clank series in a Qwark-tastic collection of never-before-seen concept art. Behind-the-scenes commentary chronicles 11 amazing games and the brilliant studio that created them in The Art of Ratchet & Clank!

For 15 years the most unlikely heroes in the cosmos have been adventuring across the stars, kicking butt and taking names. Ratchet & Clank have rescued innocent civilizations, taken down evil corporations, defeated robot armies, incited space prison breakouts, and even colluded with interstellar pirates!

“It’s amazing that Ratchet & Clank is turning 15,” said Ted Price, CEO and Founder of Insomniac Games. “The whole team here has put a lot of love into the series. We’re thrilled to be able to share this collection of artwork with Ratchet & Clank‘s loyal fans.”



The Art of Ratchet & Clank is a fifteen-year anniversary retrospective of one of the most influential gaming series on PlayStation consoles and is the perfect addition to any gamer’s collection with never-before-seen concept art and commentary from the team that created the games!

The Art of Ratchet & Clank goes on sale February 21, 2018 and is available for pre-order at Amazon, Barnes & Noble, TFAW, and your local comic shop.

About The Author Nick Rowe

Nick has worked with comics for the last 15 years. From garbage disposal, to filing, to grading, he has become a disgruntled, weathered comic fan. A firm believer that comics are meant to be fun and be printed on paper, Nick seeks wacky, bizarre, and head-scratcher comics from every era. Introduced to Ranma ½ at a young age, his love for manga continues to grow, fueling his desire to learn Japanese and effectively avoiding the wait between publication and translation. His love for classic comics originated from a battle between Batroc the Leaper and Captain America, and he’s never turned back. Preferring “reader copies” over pristine comics, he yearns for comics to return to the fun days of the Silver Age buying up anything his bank account can sustain.