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Stargate SG-1 The Illustrated Companion Seasons 3 and 4 Paperback – November 1, 2002
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' ...a refreshing change from those franchise books that hit bookstores without acknowledging the audience that makes such spin-offs possible." -- Dreamwatch (UK) May 2002
About the Author
Thomasina Gibson has been covering Stargate SG-1 for the genre press since her first visit to the set of the show in Vancouver, during the filming of the pilot episode five years ago. Since then, she's been back many times, and has unrivalled access to the production.
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If, like me, you expect a lot more information and detail from an episode guide, I'd recommend "Beyond the Gate" by Keith Topping. Much less official with much more thought put into it.
The final chapters of the book contain actor profiles (each actor spoke with the author), character quotes and pictures. There are also sections on costume/set design, location work and a fan bit at the end. It's a lot of fun but not really informative if you want detailed information.
The episode guide is extremely informative. It lets you know what the episode was about without giving away everything about the story. The information given from behind-the-scenes for every episode is amazingly informative and reveals things even I - a news, spoiler and info hound - had never heard before.
The cast and crew additions are not to be missed. My favorite is the bit written by Teryl Rothery.
All the photos are black and white, but that can be forgiven. These books are well worth the price you pay!