Another Star Wars Book to spend your money on

Jedi-72

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<div class='quotetop'>(Boba Frett @ May 18 2006, 04:19 AM) [snapback]1246079[/snapback]</div>
Why do the Star Wars books have to have crazy prices?

Still I will probably break down and get it :unsure
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That's why.
 

DaddyfromNaboo

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The DVD in the costume book was just web docs we've seen contained on the extras DVD's that came with the movies.
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Chris, not entirely.

THe webdocs must have been a bit shorter. I know b/c I saw details of some of the Naboo costumes that I hadn´t seen anywhere else before. I haven´t compared the total running time between the webdocs and the DaG dvd, though.

Michael
 

Darth Kahnt

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<div class='quotetop'>(Boba Frett @ May 18 2006, 04:19 AM) [snapback]1246079[/snapback]
Why do the Star Wars books have to have crazy prices?

Still I will probably break down and get it :unsure
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That's why.
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:lol

I'm in the same boat.
 

TFrosst

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Only difference between the two are the extras with the special one. I'm looking forward to see the pics of the extras once they're released
 

Sluis Van Shipyards

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This is what you get with the expensive one:
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Limited Edition features: deluxe clamshell box contains models & sculptures from all six films, “make your own” Millennium Falcon model kit, DVD of model shop documentaries, certificate of authenticity, additional material for the book includes paper model “pop-ups” and laser die-cut plans of the kits. [/b]
Now unless the Falcon model is the Fine Molds model, that's too expensive.
 

Scarecrow

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Doesn't look quite as good as Dressing a Galaxy. Pop-ups are the added feature of the $200 version? I gotta see this because it doesn't sound too impressive in print.
 

DrMaul

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If it's even half as good as Dressing a Galaxy for reference photos, I'll be going for the regular version. Sounds like a sweet idea to me, 'specially if they've re-photographed stuff from the archives.
 

Jack Bauer

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I gotta see one in person to make the final choice to buy it.

GREAT idea though. Im sure it is a true asset to the skilled scratch builder or model builder. I wish I could buy one for my firned slave1pilot. he is a model MASTER.
 
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