The Video Game History Foundation conducted their "Secrets of Monkey Island" evening with Ron Gilbert to celebrate the game's 30th anniversary. A finished edited version of the event will be posted soon, but the raw streamed version is now available to rewatch for those who bought tickets and missed it.
The VGH Foundation unearthed previously unseen background artwork, sprites, cut-scenes and locations from Monkey Island and Monkey Island 2. They also demonstrated how a SCUMM programmer would have written code, and revealed the custom tools that they had to hand. It was wonderful stuff.
Oh, and Ron also casually revealed his original plans for Monkey Island 3, too. So there's that.
As soon as the public version has been made available, we'll share it here.
In the meantime, go give some love (or money) to The Video Game History Foundation for their incredible efforts and noble work.