Synopses & Reviews
Designed as a naturalist's sketch book (with a genuine dewback hide cover) and featuring the meticulous illustrations of Star Wars' artist Terryl Whitlatch, The Wildlife of Star Wars is truly the definitive guide to the creatures of George Lucas's mega creation. With simple pen and ink, the artist captures the unusual anatomy, the extraordinary behavior, and the rainbow hues of the most interesting wildlife on Naboo, Hoth, Endor, and the other planets of Star Wars. Detailed field notes scrawled in the margins describe the mysterious graveyard of the banthas, the mating patterns of the prolific female shaaks, the skittish nature of the rontos, and how the eopies spit stomach contents when irritated. Thorough, precise, and totally entertaining, The Wildlife of Star Wars is the reference book to the nonsentient inhabitants of this galaxy. While the reader can't hear the booming thunder of the bantha stampede or smell the rancid breath of the bellowing falumpaset, he or she can observe these creatures as they exist in their strange and wonderful homes, in a galaxy far, far away.
With "Star Wars Episode II: Attack of the Clones" hitting theaters next year, here's the perfect gift
Designed as a naturalist's sketch book and featuring the meticulous illustrations of Star Wars' artist Terryl Whitlatch, "The Wildlife of Star Wars" is truly the definitive guide to the creatures of George Lucas's mega creation. 70 illustrations.
About the Author
Bob Carrau is a San Francisco-based screenwriter and author. He has written and continues to write films, television shows, computer games, and books. His association with Lucasfilm goes back twenty years.
Terryl Whitlatch was the principal creature designer for Star Wars: Episode One. She has also designed characters and creatures for many other feature films, and is currently Senior Art Director at Vis-a-vis, Inc., a content creation company. She lives in