The Visual Dictionary of Star Wars, Episode III - Revenge of the Sith

The Visual Dictionary of Star Wars Episode III Revenge of the Sith The ultimate guide to the characters and creatures from Revenge of the Sith the third and final film in the Star Wars prequel trilogy

  • Title: The Visual Dictionary of Star Wars, Episode III - Revenge of the Sith
  • Author: James Luceno
  • ISBN: 9781405308274
  • Page: 200
  • Format: Hardcover
  • The ultimate guide to the characters and creatures from Revenge of the Sith , the third and final film in the Star Wars prequel trilogy.

    One thought on “The Visual Dictionary of Star Wars, Episode III - Revenge of the Sith”

    1. I probably shouldn't be putting a date finished on this because I'm going to be purchasing these and likely perusing them with my son for a good long time. This is yet another incredible resource that stimulates my child's creativity and imagination by giving him a detailed look at Episode III and all of it's amazing characters. This was his favorite book of the series.

    2. It says its a Star Wars book but it doesn't seem to have anything to do with star wars. Theres no Han solo, no Jawas, no TIE fighters. Nothing one would recognize from the Star Wars movies. Theres some guy dressed like Obi Wan Kenobi on the cover but he's a lot younger than Obi Wan. There are plenty of robots and critters all over the book though so if you like those definitely check this book out. I can't really reccomend it to a star wars fan though. Luckily I am a robot fan so I did enjoy the [...]

    3. I still own this book, to this day. I have so many wonderful memories with it. One of the things I remember best were obsessing over all of the information given about lightsabers, here (even though I could have gotten that out of EU novels). This was a piece of my childhood I'll never forget.

    4. I bought this as my Disney World present at Hollywood Studios in the Tattooine Traders gift shop right outside the Star Tours ride that I rode like fifty five million times. I love this book because it gives you a complete view of background things like you really don't see in the movies, only a teeny tiny bit. There are the natives of Utapau,instead of Pa'un.

    5. Well it only took me a little over 6 months to read a little over 60 pages, that's like 10 pages a month. This book is still 5.0 out 5.0 because of the picture and the huge amounts of information. I did find this book interesting although I did show it but I can say I took my time in order to enjoy this book.

    6. This book is a book that tells you what happens to the light side the force gets coverd in darkness when Anakin Skywalker turss to the dark side of the force with anger and hatred. I give this book 4 and a half stars.

    7. this is a book that is a descriptive resource of information about the people, characters, cultures, and creatures of the worlds of Star Wars.

    8. My 9 year old son loved this book. He seems to have developed somewhat of a fascination for everything star wars.

    9. This book shows the absolute genius imaginations of those involved in setting up these alternative world and reality films.

    10. this book tells about all the diffrent characters, robots, and places of star wars III. It shows, the different parts of the droids, the mechanics of Anakins fake hand and padme's gorgeous outfits.

    11. Not a star wars fan but the pictures and infos are pretty interesting and made me learn more about star wars. [oh my cousins, always making me read star wars books]

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