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The Essential Guide to Characters, Revised Edition: Star Wars: The New Essential Guide to Characters (Englisch) Taschenbuch – 23. April 2002


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  • Taschenbuch: 224 Seiten
  • Verlag: LucasBooks; Auflage: Rev. (23. April 2002)
  • Sprache: Englisch
  • ISBN-10: 0345449002
  • ISBN-13: 978-0345449009
  • Größe und/oder Gewicht: 21,7 x 1,3 x 27,6 cm
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  • Amazon Bestseller-Rang: Nr. 33.630 in Fremdsprachige Bücher (Siehe Top 100 in Fremdsprachige Bücher)

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A who's who of the popular series provides profiles of the most important characters from the Star Wars movies, books, comics, TV specials, and games, and spotlights individuals from the films of episodes I and II.

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5 von 6 Kunden fanden die folgende Rezension hilfreich Von Athelendar am 23. Juni 2004
Format: Taschenbuch
Wer kennt es nicht, diese Situation, wenn man mitten aus einem Star Wars Buch aufsieht und sich bei dem Character der das letzte halbe Kapitel bestritten hat, fragt: Wer war das eigentlich? Und das Gefühl bleibt, der hat eine bereits eine Geschichte im Star Wars Expanded Universe. Hier ist die Antwort darauf: Der Ultimative Guide für die Charactere! Frisch überarbeitet und sehr gründlich, wird in diesem Buch auf alle Charaktere eingegangen die jemals im Star Wars Universum aufgetreten sind. Dabei versteht der Text noch auf Werke die man nicht kennt neugierig zu machen. Für jeden der sich in der komplizierten Flut von Büchern und Comics, die ja immer noch einen Handlungsstrang ergeben, nicht mehr zurechtfinded, oder der einfach noch mal schnell nachsehen möchte wer Alema Ra, Kir Kanos oder Tycho Celchu gleich waren, ist dieses Werk ein muss.
Und all jenen die nur einen Teil der Bücher gelesen haben, sich aber trotzdem dem Spaß nicht verderben lassen und alles verstehen wollen, kann man nur wärmsten raten, das Buch sofort zu bestellen. Die Überarbeitete Version garantiert dass man auf allen Handlungssträngen (Filme, Klon Wars, New Jedi Order) auf dem neusten Stand ist.
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9 von 9 Kunden fanden die folgende Rezension hilfreich
An excellent expansion! 4. Mai 2002
Von "kandladin" - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch
Truly essential! Doubtless any Star Wars fan will find this book as fun, informative and entertaining as I did. I have the earlier edition as well, and while it was good in it's time, it became hideousely out of date quickly, and a new edition was definitely needed. I'd definitely say that this fantastic book is the best of the Essential Guides period; the author's clear, straightford, and unbiased tone are what really gives the book it's charm. Many of the minor inconsistensies between the novels are easily explained away here as well. And of course the illustrations. WOW!!! They certainly picked the right guy for this job; everyone is perfect, just how I imagined them. Among my favorites were Mara (deadly yet beautiful), Jacen (Wow, who ever guessed he'd be that cute), and Tsavong Lah (delightfully hideous). My only minor gripe is that a few characters, such as Callista for example, who hasn't even been MENTIONED in eight or nine years, kept a spot in the actual book, whereas a key character in the New Jedi Order such as Tenel Ka, or Jagged Fel were reduced to the "other persons of note" section in the back. Being that I despise Callista (always have always will) and adore Tenel Ka this irritated me enough that I took off a star for it. Desipite this however, I definitely recommend this book for any Star Wars fan, young or old. It would probably help if you have a fairly well read backround in the Expanded Universe, but this one promises to be entertaining even to amateur fans. Oh, also worthy of note, major AOTC spoilers in this one.
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Its good, but a little off. 1. Juni 2002
Von Puppy - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch
I'll keep it short and simple, the book tells you a lot about the Star Wars characters, but doesn't explain in great detail. For someone to really understand the book, you will have to be a fan into the books. Another aspect that makes the book hard to understand is the formality of it. The author uses the phrases "later, this happend. Next this happened" instead of tellin a story. One more thing made me take yet another star off. Some of the illustrations are a bit "rounded" and mis shaped. Especially some of the aliens. Some of the pictures have life, while others look like prison photos. This wouldn't be so bad, but you get the feeling some of them look very similar. On a personal note, Dash Rendars picture was made without consulting any source other than his height and hair color.
But, with that said, it is a good source book due to its vast amount of characters. I do recommend the book to Star Wars fans, but BEWARE. Don't take the pictures at "face" value if they look strange.
4 von 4 Kunden fanden die folgende Rezension hilfreich
just what was needed!!! 25. April 2002
Von Ein Kunde - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch
After the 1st essential guide to characters, I was happy with the outcome. However, in the years since the book came out, it has become clear that another guide was needed. And does this one deliver. It gives us information on all that were needed, from Corran Horn to Kyle Katarn to Maxmillian Veers. If you need background information, pick this book up!
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Please enter a title for your review 18. August 2004
Von José Fernandez - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch
Excellent! I have no doubt that, until The New Essential Chronology comes out, this will remain the best of the Essential Guides. This book is truly a must-have for Star Wars fans (and mild enthusiasts). It contains extremely detailed biographies of most of the major Star Wars characters that existed at its printing. It also does an extremely good job of clearing of apparent continuity errors in the characters' histories.

Only three faults I can find. One: Those incredibly minute character descriptions at the back of the book (and in the Jedi Council, the Podraces, and the Battle-of-Geonosis Jedi entries) really annoy me. Some of those characters are infinitely more important than several of those who received full-length bios. Do we really need an entire page on Ric "Captain Obvious" Oliè? I think not. When the next Essential Guide to Characters comes out, I hope they've removed those small character descriptions and given everyone a full-length biography.

Two: Several major characters were not included in this edition. I understand the decision to omit those who hadn't done much since the original Essential Guide to Characters, but I'm still disappointed by it. You'll have to check out the original for those guys.

Three: It's out of date! Hurry, LFL guys, we need another one! Almost as badly as we need The New Essential Chronology. Make it so!
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Hits away! They did it again! 21. Juli 2002
Von Mark Hills - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch
I have known about this book for just over a year now, and despite it just being one on characters, Star Wars fans I know who hang out in the TF.N literature forums have been really excited about it. First, it's been seven years since the last Essential Guide to characters and a small part of me was hoping it would be twice as thick as the old one as if they were going update all the old characters then add in the new ones. Sadly, this was not to be the case.
While all major characters got huge updates that brought them up Troy Denning's Star by Star, it adds to the list with a bunch of Expanded Universe characters. Sadly, two of my favorites, Nomi Sunrider and Tionne Solusar, have been removed. Don't get me wrong, this is a great book, Dan Wallace really outdid himself with the breadth of his research and Michael Sutfin's beautiful color art is, well, nothing short of spectacular. Plus characters that we know little about, like Darth Bane who started the new Sith, has his own bio as does Shira Brie- the original red haired, green eyed Emperor's Hand from Marvel Comics, circa 1982. The updates are wonderful, because a lot of people may not have read all of the Expanded Universe novels for one reason or another, so it's nice to get up to date histories to fill in the blanks.
All of the important move characters are here- from Anakin Skywalker to Zam Wessel, from Chewbacca to Luke Skywalker, the latter of which gets the single largest entry. However, I must question the logic of sacrificing pages for minor characters like Owen and Beru Lars, Lobot, and Nien Nunb- yes, they were in the films, but who cares? They're minor characters at best when their pages could have been used to include more characters from the Tales of the Jedi series of comics, or the current Star Wars Ongoing series. I mean really, do we need pages devoted to Captain Obvious himself, Ric Olie? Not likely. Despite a few questionable choices for characters, the New Essential Guide is still a first rate publication.
Michael Sutfin's art is truly wonderful in most cases. There are a few illustrations where it seems a little flat or an unconvincing representation, such as Anakin Solo's picture- Sutfin made him too young looking. I didn't care for Dash Render, Isaard or Daala's pictures much, but that's peanuts compared to the other really great pictures in the book. Wallace's text is clear, concise and a breeze to read. He said he had a blast writing it and I only wish I had been able to come through for him and find a copy of the Japanese version that he wanted before LFL did.
The first of the New Essential Guides, it's completely in color and if the rumors I have heard are true, the following books will also be in the same format and Del Rey plans to release a book or so a year until they are all up to date. Given these books such great sources of data, well written and researched, bringing them up to date with the current films, novels and the New Jedi Order seems to be about the wisest decision they can make.
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