|X-Wing: A Pocket Manual|
David West Reynolds (real-wrold author)
Miniature Hardback, Pop-Up
7 x 8.5 x 1.5 cm
X-wing: A Pocket Manual is a 38-page miniature pop-up book about the T-65 X-wing starfighter. It is written from an in-universe perspective in the form of a brief overview report on the craft by a member of the Rebel Alliance. It describes the various components of the ship and its advantages. The X-wing is compared to the Y-wing and the TIE fighter.
Join the Rebel crusade against the forces of Darth Vader and the evil Empire!
This pocket manual is an introduction to the T-65 X-wing, the Alliance's most advanced starfighter. Inside you'll find out all about the craft that Luke Skywalker used to destroy the Death Star—its origins and design, flight-handling and weapons systems, and unique history in battle.
Inside are three pop-up tactical diagrams of the X-wing in action—including an amazing three-dimensional fold-out of the craft in flight—and more than 20 photographic stills from the Star Wars Trilogy Special Edition movies.
Get ready for intergalactic adventure—and may the Force be with you!
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