Star Wars: The Complete Vader
October 2011
192ppg

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Publisher: LucasBooks
Author: Pete Vilmur & Ryder Windham
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Cover Price: $60.00
Media: Hardcover
ISBN: 978-0-345-52297-9 - 2nd

NOTES
Initially announced at Celebration: Japan, July 20008. This book is similar to the Vault, but with Vader. Non fiction guide.

The initial print run from November 2009 was pulled due to faulty printing (pages were stuck together). This was then moved back on the schedule to the 2011 date.

SYNOPSIS
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.


Original Printing
Star Wars: The Complete Vader (hardcover)
October, 2009; ISBN: 978-0-345-51104-1 - 1st


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