Released earlier this year, Star Wars Complete Vehicles gathers gorgeous images from previous Incredible Cross-Sections books and updates & enhances with new vehicles and artwork to make one beautiful 200+ page hardcover book.
The detail of these illustrations and the excitement of seeing the insides of Star Wars places, ships and vehicles that aren't shown so clearly (or at all) in the movies makes this series stand out. There's so much going on inside each picture I can see spending a LOT of time with this! Then there's all the info to read to from some well known Star Wars names.
If you want to know how Sandcrawlers, Podracers & Star Destroyers work and how they look inside, this is the book for you!
From the publisher (DK):
For any fan who wants to explore the inner workings of the spaceships and vehicles of all six Star Wars™
movies comes this fascinating expanded edition of a fan favorite, now
with new cross-section artworks and a wealth of new photos.
Star Wars®: Complete Cross-Sections is packed with visual explorations of more than fifty essential Star Wars
spacecraft and landcraft, including the TIE bomber, Imperial shuttle,
A-wing, B-wing, and more. Full-color cross-section artwork presents
in-depth examinations of each craft's weapon systems, engines,
hyperdrives, cockpits, and construction secrets, providing a
never-before-seen glimpse at the vehicles that drive the Star Wars universe. Star Wars®: Complete Cross-Sections now features new and never-before-seen cross-sections!
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