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Star Wars: The Complete Vader

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by Ryder Windham
     
 
Star Wars: The Complete Vader is the definitive book on the history, myth, and cultural impact of Darth Vader. From his early development in the first Star Wars film by George Lucas, to the new legends created in comics, videogames, and novels, to his ongoing appearances on everything from television commercials to bedspreads, Vader

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Star Wars: The Complete Vader is the definitive book on the history, myth, and cultural impact of Darth Vader. From his early development in the first Star Wars film by George Lucas, to the new legends created in comics, videogames, and novels, to his ongoing appearances on everything from television commercials to bedspreads, Vader presents a complete view in all his incarnations as the Dark Lord of the Sith. Going beyond the films to cover his further adventures in the Star Wars Expanded Universe, the book combines new insight with exclusive interviews and photographs from the Lucasfilm Archives. Interactive reproductions of rare memorabilia fire the imagination, while pages packed with never-seen-before images explore the world’s endless fascination with the notorious Darth Vader.

Editorial Reviews

"You don't know the power of the Dark Side." Darth Vader has epitomized that power since he appeared in the very first draft of George Lucas' Star Wars. In this fittingly large scale interactive coffee table hardcover, the father of Luke Skywalker and Princess Leia emerges in hundreds of images of early concept sketches, rare collectibles, movie posters, script pages, and an uncut sheet of Darth Vader trading cards. In addition, Star Wars: The Complete Vader contains a generous selection of interactive artwork including lift-up flaps, envelopes, and cutouts. With its exclusive interviews and photographs from the LucasFilm archives, this is the Star Wars gift of the year.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780345522979
Publisher:
Random House Publishing Group
Publication date:
10/18/2011
Series:
Star Wars
Pages:
183
Sales rank:
604,712
Product dimensions:
9.32(w) x 13.16(h) x 1.17(d)

Meet the Author

Ryder Windham is a former editor of Star Wars comics and has written more then fifty Star Wars books, including Jedi vs. Sith: The Essential Guide to the Force and The Rise and Fall of Darth Vader. He is also and instructor and the Certificate Advisor for the Comic and Sequential Art Certificate Program at Rhode Island School of Design Continuing Education.

Peter Vilmur is the co-author of The Star Wars Vault and The Star Wars Poster Book, both written with Stephen J. Sansweet. He has written for Star Wars Insider magazine, StarWars.com, and IndianaJones.com, and is currently an editor at Lucas Online.

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Star Wars: The Complete Vader 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Skuldren More than 1 year ago
The Complete Vader is a great read for any Star Wars fan. Authors Ryder Windham and Pete Vilmur did a great job of keeping the book fun to read and avoiding a dry historical account. The book has lots of fun facts about Vader and Star Wars. Yet there is a lot more to the book than the story when you take into account the tons of beautiful artwork and photos that are included. From Ralph McQuarrie prints and sketches, to behind-the-scenes pictures of the actors and Vader promotional shoots, there is a lot to enjoy. For collectors, a lot of Vader merchandise is also covered. On top of it all, there's also a lot of fun interactive elements such as fold out pictures, hidden pockets with loose articles, and even copies of film cells. Definitely a book that's worth the money.