Episode by episode, the locations and constructions of George Lucas's long ago, far away galaxy from planet profiles, Jedi temples, battlefields, armoury, cities and a huge array of craft.
Detailed, complex dimensional drawings by Hans Jenssen and Ricard Chasemore with hundreds of scene photographs incorporated into the layout.
From #I: The Phantom Menace to #VI: Return of the Jedi, this is the galaxy all Star Wars fans will want to occupy!
Ok so i'm a Star Wars Geek, and dammit i'm proud of it .
So what do you buy the Star Wars geek in your family? Well a really good start would be this book, whilist it does not cover every single location ever visited in all 6 movies (like Padme's house in the countryside for example) those it does visit are extrememly well detailed and expanded upon.
This book, in my mind, successfully expands upon the already huge Star Wars universe by detailing and describing in great detail some of the more memorable buildings, planets and craft in the Star Wars saga. The cut away drawings of each location/construction are very well done and just help add to the pseudo-realism of it all.
When I first looked at this book I thought I'd have a quick skim through and then write the review. Well 4 hours later I was still looking at it. And even now I still find myself going back to look at various items in the book just to see what more I can glean from this wonderful expansion of George Lucas's Star Wars Universe.
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