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|Title||:||Star Wars: The Last Jedi: Incredible Cross-Sections (Journey to Star Wars - The Last Jedi)|
|Number of Pages||:||47 pages|
January 02, 2018
Star Wars: The Last Jedi: Incredible Cross-Sections is more than just a look inside the ships and vehicles of the movie, it’s an all out guide to them inside and out. Much like the previous Incredible Cross-Sections for The Force Awakens, this book pulls double duty by providing cross-section art...
January 03, 2018
Excellent resource book for the ships of the Last Jedi. There seemed to be more information packed into this book over other "cross-section" books I've read in the past. I was in love with the bombers in TLJ and so I was glad to see them fully detailed here. So much detail!
Every ship you could th...
December 17, 2017
I’m more impressed with the vehicle design of The Last Jedi when compared to The Force Awakens. I particularly enjoy the Resistance MG-100 bomber. Feels like the iconic Boeing WWII bombers with ball turrets, bomb bay, and the same type of overlapping flight formation to defend against fighters. I...
January 04, 2018
Just as good as the cross section book for The Force Awakens, with just about the right level of detail on each of the vehicles included.
The couple of larger panoramic photographs were neat, but I'd rather have had even more cross section and technology breakdowns instead.
January 02, 2018
Este libro sufre en físico, casi todos los vehículos tienen un splash de ambas páginas, y por el encuadernado de pierdes de mucho.
Recomiendo guantes para leerlo, uno de látex para voltear las páginas y uno de Tels para mantenerlas planas.
Poco aporta, la nota es generosa.
January 12, 2018
I loved the ship size comparison in the back!
January 06, 2018
This edition is very interesting because of the many new designs for the movie. It even includes some of the landspeeders seen in Canto Bight. An excellent companion for the Visual Dictionary.
December 28, 2017
Cool pictures, but like the visual dictionary it’s kind of anemic on information