If you've seen Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2, you probably know what ships we mean. If you haven't, well, go see it and come back later.
Rocket Raccoon flying in Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2. Image: Disney
So in Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2, the team loses the Milano. Tragic, we know. However, by the end of the movie the Guardians are on a new ship, one called the Quadrant, which was originally a piece of the large Ravager ship the Eclector, which Yondu was the captain of. You get a few good looks at it in the film, but senior conceptual designer George Hull (who also worked on Star Wars: The Force Awakens, Blade Runner 2049 and currently Godzilla: King of Monsters) shared with us several examples of the amazing work he did not just on that ship, but also the laser drill ship, which Yondu and Peter fly in the third act.
We'll start with that one.
All Images: George Hull/courtesy of Marvel Studios.
These images are all part of the Marvel's Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2: The Art of the Movie book.
And here's the Quadrant, which seems like it could be the Guardians' primary ship in the upcoming movies. At least, it's the one they're in as Vol. 2 ends. In these images you see a bit of how it developed and how it changed, the final designs, and a better idea of what the interior looks like, as well as its scale.
I loved the Milano, but I have to say, this has much more potential and just makes more sense for a big family unit to be flying around the galaxy on.
Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 is now in theatres.