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Star Wars: The Ultimate Action Figure Collection, the definitive guide

Star Wars: The Ultimate Action Figure Collection, the definitive guide

Christmas approaches and for more fans have found the perfect gift, the book Star Wars: The Ultimate Action Figure Collection of Stephen Sansweet . It is a collection and cataloging of over 2,500 action figures in the saga of George Lucas that have occurred in the last 35 years, designed and written by a renowned collector. The book can be pre-ordered on the web from Chronicle Books and Amazon. Publication is scheduled for November 28.

We may be at the most comprehensive collection of Star Wars figures, a catalog that follows the evolution of each character through his toy from his first appearance to modern figures scoring and specifying each change or new addition. A detailed study made with love, and that only a true fan of Star Wars would be able to carry out such work, 352 pages illustrated with high quality photographs. Figures appear in the directory of all movie characters, also the occasional oddity, characters who came to the big screen, prototypes that were not approved … an amazing collection and most detailed.

Stephen J. Sansweet, author, owns the largest private collection of Star Wars. His love for the saga began when in 1976 and has since accumulated more and more items. Eventually his extensive collection became a museum (Rancho Obi-Wan). Steve was known journalist in the newspaper The Wall Street Journal, eventually ended up working for almost 15 years, Lucasfilm Director of Marketing Specialist. This is not the first book on collecting and publishing issues galactic saga, his first literary contribution dates from 1992 with Star Wars: From Concept to Screen To Collectible.

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