Gus and Duncan's Guide to Star Wars Prototypes
Completist Publications(based on 3 ratings)
Gus and Duncan's Guide to Star Wars Prototypes is a behind-the-scenes look at the creation of the most successful movie toy license of all time: the Kenner Star Wars line. With hundreds of photographs of vintage toy prototypes, this book gives details on many one-of-a-kind items found nowhere else. The familiar toys that were loved by an entire generation are presented here in various stages of pre-production along with many never-released toys that few people even knew existed. Collectors and fans will marvel at the skill and artistry that went into producing their favorite Star Wars toys.
338-page hardcover with dust jacket.
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