Preview–First behind-the-scenes chronicle of the entire third trilogy arrives in Star Wars: Age of Resistance


You may have thought Age of Resistance was only the subtitle of The Dark Crystal television series, but no.  It’s a new identifier for the third Star Wars trilogy, and those films are part of a new behind-the-scenes book arriving in two weeks.  Star Wars: Age of Resistance–The Official Collector’s Edition, available in hardcover and trade paperback editions, the book for the first time chronicles all three films in the final Star Wars trilogy: The Force Awakens, The Last Jedi, and The Rise of Skywalker.  Beginning with a 17-page timeline of the entire nine-film Star Wars Skywalker saga, the book showcases photographs and behind the scenes concept artwork, schematics, costume designs, and close-up images of props.  Executive producer and director J.J. Abrams, key production personnel, art and effects department creators, and stars Daisy Ridley, Adam Driver, John Boyega, Oscar Isaac, and Joonas Suotamo–and more–dig into their characters, discussing key scenes, and the importance of each film to the entire Skywalker family story.

Here’s a first look inside the book, plus three variant edition covers, courtesy of publisher Titan:

With hundred of full-color photographs, interviews, and features highlighting key elements of the third Star Wars trilogy, Star Wars: Age of Resistance–The Official Collector’s Edition will be a must for anyone who loved the final films featuring Rey and the Skywalker legacy.  Although the Skywalker family and its legacy is done, Disney and Lucasfilm will be sure that Star Wars is very far from over.  At 144 pages and available in hardcover editions and a newsstand trade variant, readers will have a few options to choose from.  It’s scheduled for release March 9.  Pre-order the hardcover, poster-cover version now here at Amazon.  Check with Elite Comics or your local comics shop about ordering the exclusive comic shop X-Wing face-off edition.

C.J. Bunce / Editor / borg

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