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Star Wars: Complete Cross-Sections is a 2007 reference book written by David West Reynolds and Curtis Saxton, with illustrations by Hans Jenssen and Richard Chasemore. Covering the entire Star Wars film saga, it is the fifth installment in the Star Wars Incredible Cross-Sections series. It is a compilation of—and in some places, expansion on—the original four cross-section books.
Entries in bold denote new additions or updates to this version. Note that for this edition, some minor re-ordering was given to the Episodes III-VI ships to accommodate gate-folds.
- Foreword (p. 6) (by John Knoll)
- The Old Republic & The Galactic Empire (p. 8)
- Technology (p. 10)
- Episode I (p. 12) (originally published in Star Wars: Episode I Incredible Cross-Sections}
- Republic Cruiser (p. 14)
- Landing Ship (p. 16)
- MTT (Large Transport) (p. 18)
- Gungan Sub (p. 20)
- Naboo Queen's Royal Starship (p. 22)
- Podracers (p. 24)
- Anakin's & Sebulba's Podracers (p. 26)
- Sith Infiltrator (p. 28)
- Droid Starfighter (p. 30)
- Droid Control Ship (p. 32)
- Naboo N-1 Starfighter (p. 36)
- AAT (Battle Tank) (p. 38)
- Naboo Speeders & Coruscant Taxi (p. 40)
- Episode II (p. 42) (originally published in Star Wars: Attack of the Clones Incredible Cross-Sections)
- Naboo Cruiser (p. 44)
- Zam's Airspeeder (p. 46)
- Anakin's Airspeeder (p. 48)
- Jedi Starfighter (p. 50)
- Jango Fett's Slave I (p. 52)
- Owen Lars's Swoop Bike (p. 54)
- Padmé's Starship (p. 56)
- Trade Federation Core Ship (p. 58)
- Geonosian Fighter (p. 60)
- Republic Assault Ship (p. 62)
- Republic Gunship (p. 64)
- AT-TE (p. 68)
- Solar Sailer (p. 70)
- Episode III (p. 72) (originally published in Star Wars: Revenge of the Sith Incredible Cross-Sections}
- Star Destroyer—Venator Class (p. 74)
- ARC-170 Fighter (p. 76)
- Jedi Interceptor (p. 78)
- Tri-Fighter (p. 80)
- Droid Gunship (p. 83)
- Juggernaut (p. 84)
- Separatist Ships (p. 86)
- Invisible Hand (p. 88)
- Utapaun P-38 Fighter (p. 92)
- Grievous's Starfighter (pg.93)
- Grievous's Wheel Bike (p. 94)
- Wookiee Catamaran (p. 96)
- Palpatine's Shuttle (p. 98)
- Yoda's Escape Pods (p. 100)
- Episodes IV—VI (p. 102) (originally published in Star Wars: Incredible Cross-Sections}
- Blockade Runner (p. 104)
- Star Destroyer (p. 106)
- Millennium Falcon (p. 108)
- TIE Fighter (p. 110)
- Death Star (p. 112)
- Sandcrawler (p. 116)
- T-65 X-wing (p. 118)
- BTL-A4 Y-wing (p. 120) (minor change in title to correct misspelling from BLT to BTL)
- TIE Advanced x1 (p. 122)
- AT-AT (p. 124)
- Snowspeeder & AT-ST (p. 126)
- TIE Bomber & TIE Interceptor (p. 128)
- Slave I (p. 130)
- Imperial Shuttle (p. 132)
- Jabba's Sail Barge (p. 134)
- A-wing Fighter (p. 136)
- B-wing Fighter (p. 138)
- Data Files (p. 140)
- Hans Jenssen (p. 142)
- Richard Chasemore (p. 144)
- Glossary (p. 146)
- Index (p. 148)
- Acknowledgements (p. 152)
- On page 146, an Acclamator is incorrectly identified as a Venator.
- On the entry about the Sith Infiltrator, Sienar is spelled incorrectly 4 times.
- The turbolaser picture of the Venator is printed a bit off the background. This is not present in the Episode III book.
- It says that TIE Bombers are the only craft that have the folded-wing design.
- Some books still have the earlier cover design with the black Tri-fighter cover.
- The TIE Interceptor is labeled as being the most advanced TIE model, despite that title being held by the TIE Defender.
- A standard Lucrehulk-class battleship is labeled as the Droid Control Ship in the back terminology section.
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