Star Wars: The Essential Guide to Characters

  • Title: Star Wars: The Essential Guide to Characters
  • Author: Andy Mangels
  • ISBN: 9780345395351
  • Page: 193
  • Format: Paperback
  • Star Wars The Essential Guide to Characters The Star Wars universe is expanding faster than ever before and Star Wars The Essential Guide to Characters has received an exciting new face lift with completely updated text and than a hundred bran
    The Star Wars universe is expanding faster than ever before, and Star Wars The Essential Guide to Characters has received an exciting new face lift with completely updated text and than a hundred brand new, full color illustrations by extraordinary new artist Michael Sutfin This all new Essential Guide features detailed profiles of than one hundred and thirty cThe Star Wars universe is expanding faster than ever before, and Star Wars The Essential Guide to Characters has received an exciting new face lift with completely updated text and than a hundred brand new, full color illustrations by extraordinary new artist Michael Sutfin This all new Essential Guide features detailed profiles of than one hundred and thirty characters from across the Star Wars galaxy, including all of your favorites such as Luke Skywalker, Han Solo, Princess Leia, Darth Vader, and Mara Jade as well as, from Episode II Jango Fett Count Dooku Anakin Skywalker Zam WesellAnd the key players from Star Wars Episode I The Phantom Menace Queen Amidala Qui Gon Jinn Mace Windu Darth MaulHere is complete, updated coverage of the novels from the incredible New Jedi Order and all of the classic movies, books, comics, TV specials, games, and the rest of the Star Wars universe.This must have book describes the essential history and personal data for each character with vital statistics, homeworlds, and political affiliations.More characters, information, brilliant artwork the Essential Guides are hotter than ever

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    About Andy Mangels


    1. Andy Mangels is an American science fiction author who has written novels, comics, and magazine articles, and produced DVD collections, mostly focusing on media in popular culture As an openly gay man, he has been a longtime advocate for greater visibility of gay and lesbian characters in various media, especially comics, including the coordination and moderation of the annual Gays in Comics panel for Comic Con International since it was begun in 1988 He is the founder of an annual Women of Wonder Day event, which raises funds for domestic violence shelters and related programs As of 2011 he has had books on the USA Today best selling books list three times.


    149 Comments


    1. Cool collector's item!LONG TIME AGOBuying Characters' Guides in Star Wars nowadays (2017) is always a costly gamble since Disney is producing a new movie each year, for not mentioning the current animated Rebels, since due thatose books tend to get outdated too soon.And, also, in the internet era, with sites like "Wookiepedia", you can check out any character you want to consult in an easy way and always updated.ThereforeThis book at hand, obviously is absurdly outdated, since not only it was pu [...]

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    2. Great fund a good bathroom read too! Regardless if some of these characters are not considered "canon", it's a great SW guide for any fan!

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    3. Back in 1995 when George Lucas announced he was creating the Shadows of the Empire story and later revealing that he was making Special Editions of his film, almost every store was abuzz with Star Wars merchandise. This book was a chronicle of all the characters of the epic story from the Original films to the Extended Universe. A bit outdated now with all the new Extended Universe stories, Prequels and pretty soon Sequels. Still a great read, especially when now we know the truth of how Anakin [...]

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    4. Don't pay attention to the description. That's for an entirely different book. This one doesn't have color photographs and came out in 1995 long before the prequel trilogy.It's a bit repetitive and horribly outdated, especially since the Expanded Universe has been thrown out the window, but I still enjoyed it. I liked reading the back stories of all the minor characters in the movies. I especially enjoyed all the intrigue swirling around in the Mos Eisley Cantina and Jabba's Palace.

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    5. I love to read more about characters I have seen or read about, but there simply could be more to this book. It's a good start, but it needs to be updated and expanded to cover the whole Star Wars universe.

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    6. Probably my alltime favorite book.I read it over and over and over and over.Then I got the Star Wars Encyclopedic.Then I lost that after Episode 1 came out.Now all I have is this. A completely (pre) episode I record of how cool star wars used to be to (everyone else).

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    7. this is an interesting, if "out-dated" book. Note that it was written before Episodes I, II, and III movies were created. Thus, there is some conflicting information in this book verses the more recent additions to the Star Wars saga. (Example: Boba Fett is NOT the product of cloning here)

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    8. Was reading this back in the mid 90's, really awesome, still have it.

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    9. good star wars book!

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    10. Good reference book when the EU was first taking off in the 90s. I used it a million times.

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    11. I have read this 10,000 times.

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    12. pictures and description with limited history of characters in the series

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    13. Old School Goodness! I don't even know half the characters, but this book made my 11 year-old self a very happy nerdill does.

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