Star Wars: Attack of the Clones Incredible Cross-Sections is a Legends reference book written by Curtis Saxton and illustrated by Hans Jenssen and Richard Chasemore. It is the third Incredible Cross-Sections book, and it provides in-depth cross-sections and illustrations of over a dozen starships and vehicles from the film Star Wars: Episode II Attack of the Clones. The book was first published by DK Publishing on April 23, 2002, and its material was later reprinted in Star Wars: Complete Cross-Sections (2007) and Star Wars: Incredible Cross-Sections: The Prequel Trilogy (2012).
Discover the inner workings of the key vehicles in Star Wars: Attack of the Clones. This extraordinary guide reveals some of the biggest technical secrets in the galaxy, through stunning and intricate cross-section artworks, laden with fascinating detail.
The unique illustrations in this book were created after many weeks of research at Skywalker Ranch, Lucasfilm headquarters in California. The DK team were granted privileged access to primary material—original blueprints, scale drawings, artists' maquettes, production paintings, and computer animatics—and worked closely with Star Wars Concept Designer Doug Chiang.
Author and theoretical astrophysicist Dr. Curtis Saxton provides fascinating in-depth commentary and annotation to explain the intricate details and background history of each craft. The result is a work of impeccable authority and a must-have reference book for all serious Star Wars fans.
- Naboo Cruiser
- Zam's Airspeeder
- Anakin's Airspeeder
- Jedi Starfighter
- Slave I
- Owen Lars' Swoop Bike
- Padmé's Starship
- Trade Federation Core Ship
- Geonosian Fighter
- Republic Assault Ship
- Republic Gunship
- Solar Sailer
- ISBN 9788071867265; 2002; EGMONT ČR; Czech-language hardcover
- ISBN 9788845128783, 2002; Fabbri Editore; Italian-language hardcover
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