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Star Wars: Episode I Incredible Cross-Sections

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Experience the Star Wars saga through the vision of DK's cross-section illustration techniques and the magic of the imagineers at Lucasfilm. All of the vehicles and space craft found in Star Wars: Episode I will be explored in precise detail. Cutaways are accompanied by informative text to not only reveal the armaments, defense capabilities, propulsion systems and all othe...more
Hardcover, 32 pages
Published May 10th 1999 by DK Publishing (Dorling Kindersley) (first published January 1st 1999)
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Even though the page count to these books are in the 30s you can spend hours looking at them and not seeing everything first time around - they are amazing books and the quality and detail of the art just makes me jealous of their skill. I know that a lot of the world of star wars is seen as fantasy but these books give a realism to their world - ok their machinery that for me at least makes it all a little more realistic
Stephen Heverin
Incredible Cross-sections of Star Wars, Episode I - The Phantom Menace: The Definitive Guide to the Craft by David Reynolds (1999)
These are incredibly detailed photos and information of the ships in Episode I
I didn't like it. It was kind of boring
large fold out pictures
Charlie Fischer
Loved this when I was a kid!
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Dr. David West Reynolds earned his Ph.D. in archeology at the University of Michigan. A lecturer, veteran of field expeditions on three continents and author of scientific archeological publications, Reynolds has also written X-Wing: A Pocket Manual, Tie Fighter: A Pocket Manual, and various Star Wars articles. He approaches the world of Star Wars like ancient Rome or Egypt, considering it a cultu...more
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