In just a few short years, ‘Star War’ and ‘Star Trek’ have both become pop culture staples, and the popularity of ‘Star Cars’ is well underway.
But a new book, Star Wars: The Untold Story of the ‘Star Ships’ that are the inspiration for the vehicles featured in the popular sci-fi films, is shedding light on the lives of the original creators of the vehicles.
The book, called Star Wars, will be released this spring by HarperCollins, a publisher that has also published books on the history of ‘The Empire Strikes Back,’ ‘Return of the Jedi’ and many other popular movies.
The publisher, which was founded by the late George Lucas, is publishing the book by former employees of Lucasfilm, including “Star Wars” author Michael Arndt and “Star Trek” creator Gene Roddenberry.
But while Roddemarck’s “Star Ships” are still part of the canon, the book is looking at what the first film, “Return of Jedi,” and the prequel trilogy actually looked like.
It also looks at how the vehicles have changed as people have grown up with them, as well as what the cars are like now and what they were like in the 1970s.
The story of “Star Cars” is similar to what’s going on in Hollywood today, but it’s a story that’s really different because of the way people were taught about cars and how they were created.
Here’s a look at some of the stories and some of what you can learn from the book: *The original “Star Car” was named after the character played by Robert Patrick, the star of the “Star Tours” series.
Patrick’s character, a scientist named “Captain Phasma,” was originally named “Phasma,” but it was later changed.
(Getty Images) *After “Return Of The Jedi” was released, George Lucas decided to bring “Star Trains” to life, and he was thrilled with how the car was created.
(YouTube) *The first “Star Ship” was a white oval with a red nose, a white belly and an oval top.
(Google) *A “Star Fleet” was an armored transport that included a pilot and a gunner.
The ship was named “Star Destroyer” after the “destroyer” in the film “Star War.”
(YouTube/Star Wars Wiki) *This car had a large central hatch that opened onto a massive hangar bay.
It was used for transporting troops.
(Image courtesy of George Lucas Archives) *In “Star Vehicles,” the first car was named for the character of “Pharah” from the “The Legend of Korra” TV show.
Pharah was played by a black actress.
(Disney) *”Star Ships,” which are similar to the designs of the cars in “Star Battles,” were created by a team of designers including Robert Patrick and Gene R. O’Reilly.
The first car, called “Marauder,” was named to represent the character from “The Terminator” movies.
(Wikipedia) *On “Return,” the “Caravan” was created by the same team.
(NASA) *An armored transport called “Luminous” was built for “The Empire” series of movies.
It is also similar to “Star Cruise.”
(Google/Disney) “The vehicles of Star Wars have evolved over time,” the book says.
“The original designs for these vehicles were based on what was in use at the time.
They also reflect how the technology was evolving.”
“The new vehicles are based on the most accurate design of a vehicle that has existed,” the author wrote.
“They have been developed in conjunction with the designers of the first vehicles.”
The cars are mostly black and have been updated to look like the movies, but they also have a variety of colors, including blue, red, orange and green.
They include a large circular hood, and they also feature some of those “Star Cards” that were used in the movies.
Here are some of their features: *Marauders were armored transports that could carry up to seven soldiers.
They were used for transport by troops or ships, as opposed to just the pilot.
(Photo courtesy of The Empire Strikes Frontiers: The Story of The Mandalorian Wars by Michael Arntt) *Pilots were used to operate the “Masters” ships and were given a different set of tools.
(AP Photo/Mark Ralston) *Masters ships could transport up to five men.
(Facebook) *There was a “Gunner” ship that had a gun and a pilot.
The pilot was given a knife to cut open a hatch on the hull, and a grappling hook for holding the ship in place.
(Twitter) *Luminuses could carry troops in the same way as “Gunners,” but they could also carry weapons.
(Photos via The Empire Wars: A Guide to the Original Star