The Visual Dictionary of Star Wars Episodes IV V VI The Ultimate Guide to Star Wars Characters and Creatures The Visual Dictionary is the essential guide to Star Wars DK s renowned Eyewitness style brings the characters costumes droids and gadgetry of the Star Wars universe to life in astonishing visua

  • Title: The Visual Dictionary of Star Wars, Episodes IV, V, & VI: The Ultimate Guide to Star Wars Characters and Creatures
  • Author: David West Reynolds Alexander Ivanov
  • ISBN: 9780751370812
  • Page: 279
  • Format: Hardcover
  • The Visual Dictionary is the essential guide to Star Wars DK 39 s renowned Eyewitness style brings the characters, costumes, droids, and gadgetry of the Star Wars universe to life in astonishing visual detail Highly defined, annotated photography shows and explains the culture, background, and technology of the Star Wars trilogy Fans of all ages will enjoy detailed reveThe Visual Dictionary is the essential guide to Star Wars DK 39 s renowned Eyewitness style brings the characters, costumes, droids, and gadgetry of the Star Wars universe to life in astonishing visual detail Highly defined, annotated photography shows and explains the culture, background, and technology of the Star Wars trilogy Fans of all ages will enjoy detailed revelations of Star Wars secrets like how a Stormtrooper 39 s equipment works, what the insides of a light saber look like, and what Sand People keep in their bandoliers A visual glossary explains all the technical terms used in the trilogy Together with Star Wars Incredible Cross Sections, these books comprises the definitive classic Star Wars reference library.

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    1. David West Reynolds Alexander Ivanov says:

      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 culture from another time and place to explore Reynolds lives in Marin County, California.



    2 thoughts on “The Visual Dictionary of Star Wars, Episodes IV, V, & VI: The Ultimate Guide to Star Wars Characters and Creatures

    1. When I decided to rate the books I'm reading with my children this year I meant only those I had read cover to cover, so I would not have expected to include a book like this one. Well, like it or not, I will be reading or I will have read to me every shred of information in every book in this series. My son is working his way through the next in the series having pored over every fact in this one for several weeks. I was astounded with his knowledge when we watched the original Star Wars. He kn [...]

    2. A must be of course if you're a Star Wars geek like I used to be. But the descriptions in the book in the book for the pointed out items or features range from obvious to idiotic. Example (from the Episode II edition): (next to line pointing out Dooku's eyes) Count Dooku immobilizes enemies with his powerful gaze What?

    3. Title: Reynolds, D. W Bies, D Hall, N & Ivanov, A. (1998). Star wars: the visual dictionary. New York: DK PubName: Brittany HerreraType of Reference: DictionaryCall Number: 791.43Description: This book includes everything from the original Star Wars saga as well as the prequel trilogy. This would engage those male students that are often uninterested in reading. This dictionary is geared for fifth graders. It may be useful to teachers that are trying to connect with their students. Review:No [...]

    4. I read this in a fit of desperation, having neglected to pack an appropriate amount of reading material for the amount of travel we had to do this Christmas. My 4.5-year-old son got this as a gift and has been pouring over it ever since. I was "allowed" to read it in the car only because he could still see it from his seat. ;)Not being much of a Star Wars fan, it was pretty boring, but I do have an incredible amount of respect for the attention to detail and back story there is for seemingly eve [...]

    5. DK books are famous for trumping gorgeous pictoral layout over information. After considering all the Youtube fanvids and Wookipedia, a DK book on Star Wars is almost pointless. Star Wars is the only movie franchise in global film history that's been democratized fans write the stories! Since its legacy is everywhere in American pop culture, what value can DK possibly add? Still, as an avid Star Wars fan I had to read this. I shall blame this squarely on the Darth Vader covershot. You should hav [...]

    6. I thought it had some very interesting information like a Jedi's lightsabor depends on their history. For example, Luke's lightsabor is a lot like his teachers lightsabor and, Darth Vader is basically the same as Anakins but much darker. I loved reading about Luke because he is one of my favorite Jedi's. Did you know that Luke could of used his sky hopper to track R2 but his uncle grounded him for bad flying?

    7. Definitely antiquated since there are a plethora of editions that came out with the prequels, this being the first edition it is also quite streamlined considering it covers episodes 4, 5, and 6, however it is still enjoyable to see the detail put into each photo, adding another level to the SW experience. In short, buy it for nostalgia; seek out other editions for more current information.

    8. Perhaps this book was great when it was published but isn't very useful to a modern reader unless you are a child. It's mostly trivial and silly information. Also keep in mind that although the material all come from the OT, a lot of the information also comes from the old EU which isn't canon any more.

    9. Asher (9yo) read: "Had some pretty cool pictures. Told me some information that I've read before in The Complete Visual Dictionary, but added some things that weren't in The Complete Visual Dictionary."Dexter (7yo) read: "Very, very cool. Shows us what was inside of things we didn't know, like the helmet of the a storm trooper.

    10. Not being a big Star Wars fan necessarily I am surprised at my 4 star rating, but I have to admit the pictures from the movies are cool. Lots of good information. I have to admit I learned a lot about the movie and my 3 year old loved it. I love the Ewoks because I think they are cute so the pages on them were especially enjoyable.

    11. Visual Dictionaries are always fun reads, simply due to their level of detail. This one, focusing on Episodes IV - VI, details information on characters, ships, locales and more. The illustrations are vivid and just call out for you to explore them. The text teaches you a lot.

    12. Asher (9yo) read: "It had some pretty cool pictures of droids and some cool information. It showed you all the types of droids - like warfare droids, medical droids, technical droids (R2-D2), labor droids, and social droids."Dexter (7yo) read.

    13. Purchased for my son during his Star Wars craze. He read it daily for quite awhile then never picked it up again.

    14. In side is very funny peoples and intresing planes. The snowspeeder is intresing because it is killing AT-AT's.

    15. Great book that helps identify different objects, people, creatures, and weapons in the Star Wars universe.

    16. The Visual Dictionary of Star Wars, Episodes IV, V, & VI: The Ultimate Guide to Star Wars Characters and Creatures by David Reynolds (1998)

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