Slashfilm came across a
fan-made poster that spans the entire saga. I’m usually not a huge fan of the collage aesthetic, but I gotta admit this one is pretty nifty.
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TFN reports that the official prophet of Star Wars Steve Sansweet will be on CBS’s tomorrow (Friday) morning to discuss Early Show The Star Wars Vault. Here’s hoping he goes beyond SW past and talks a little about the future. In any case, set your DVRs now!
UPDATE: The interview tapes tomorrow,
but airs Monday.
I love the experience of opening up the year’s big Star Wars coffee table book. This one’s quite the experience.
The Star Wars Vault, by Stephen J. Sansweet and Peter Vilmur, is The Star Wars Scrapbook on steroids.
TOS has an interview with Jonathan Bresman, who collected and annotated the Mad about Star Wars book.
And to commemorate the release of The Star Wars Vault
HarperCollins is giving fans a chance to visit the ultimate : Steve Sansweet’s Star Wars vault Rancho Obi-Wan. (Via TOSblog, which also links a virtual book tour.)
I spotted The Star Wars Vault at Barnes & Noble today, though the TOS is listing it for October 30th release. Interesting.
Drew Karpyshyn talks about the recent EA buyout of Bioware, the and an event that happened… last Saturday. Whoops. Rule of Two manuscript
R.A. Salvatore talks a bit about his about halfway through his interview with Fantasy Book Critic. The SW bits handily start just about where you see the Star Wars novel experience Vector Prime book cover.
is a mega-scrapbook of reproduced script pages, tickets, stickers and other such swag due for release in the fall. Just the thing to impress (or terrify) your non-obsessive friends! The Star Wars Vault