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LEGO Star Wars Character Encyclopedia Hardcover – September 19, 2011
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Each page includes a large full-color image of the character, and also included details about the minifigure: number of pieces, year introduced, interesting facts, accessories and variants, etc. At the top of the page you can see which media (Epsiodes I-VI, Clone Wars, Rebels, or Legacy) corresponds to that particular character.
If you're one of those who is interested in collecting all the Star Wars LEGO sets, this book might be helpful. Some of these are quite rare, and the book will tell you exactly what set you will need to find to get the minifigure you're looking for. Or if like most people, you are a more casual fan, you will enjoy browsing the book. Kids will enjoy looking through he book and identifying the character minifigs they own - just be prepared for them to find some new ones that they'll want!
I stopped collecting Star Wars LEGOs some time ago. But I thought this would be a nice book to pick up anyway because I enjoy looking at the designs of the mini-figures; it's fun to see your favorite characters in LEGO form. It will surely be appreciated by anyone fascinated with LEGO Star Wars.
More info, including a photo gallery, on my blog: movieartbook.com/2015/04/lego-star-wars-character-encyclopedia.html
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This one updates and expands (for lack of a better phrase) the selection up to 2015. It doesn't contain any of the Force Awakens figures, but I imagine they'll be re-releasing it when Star Wars IX comes out, so we get as complete a collection as possible (with maybe the white Darth Vader this time, maybe?)
We bought this for him for a long car trip. He is getting into reading but I like that there are pictures to look at and he can read a page at a one without feeling daunted by multi page stories. DK is definitely one of our favorite publishers!
It outlines how many variants there are of it, what set they appeared in, details on why its unique and some fun facts.
This is really for collectors or coffee table, but my son loves Star Wars and LEGO so it was a double win.
Goes great with the LEGO Marvel or DC Encyclopedia
Even includes a exclusive LEGO Minifigure in the cover.
Can't really go wrong
His twin sister certainly was enjoying the time we spent looking through it, too.
If you have Lego and StarWars lovers at home, this is perfect for them... they have fun with it and as an added benefit, it gets them to spend time reading vs on a screen!