A revised edition containing the complete script by George Lucas marking the re-released version in the 20th-anniversary year of the original film, 'Star Wars - The Special Edition', with new footage and special effects.
"ART of Star Wars IV: A New Hope is an obvious piece of collection. It has photographic material of the local settings and several unique concept drawings. It's a clear evidence - in comparison with all the other volumes of The Art of Star Wars - of the evolution in plastic, photographic, and even dramatic material from the first STAR WARS until today. Although its Art is quite rough and very preliminary-like drawn, we can still feel the shivers up our spine wile going trough this history testimony. Unfortunately the Scrip occupies almost all of the space for the explanatory text that in ART OF STAR WARS: EPISODE I and in ART OF STAR WARS: EPISODE II fulfils a written "making of". But it's always a thrill to go trough the original script which is accompanied by the Storyboard enhancing the evolution of the story. A second part of the book composed of almost fifty pages is dedicated to the extra material. A Section about Star Wars posters the original and the replicas, adaptations to other countries, and events such as concerts and celebrations. A section filled with cartoons and "spin-off" art were the Star Wars characters are involved in parallel adventures and even political sarcasm. A touching section about the young fans drawings, fans Who are now older than the STAR WARS SAGA, but that show in there unique pure way all they're favourite characters. And in the end a full detailed photographic and concept art section about the making of the new footage added to the STAR WARS: EPISODE IV - a New Hope - in its special edition. Concluding, its a "must-have" for a true STAR WARS lover. "
About This PublicationAuthor: George Lucas
Publisher: Titan Books
Published on: 14/03/1997
Genre: Science Fiction
Universe: Star Wars
Family: Episode Iv