- Characters: Jyn Erso, Saw Gerrera, K2-SO, Director Krennic, Darth Vader, etc
- Rebel and Empire forces, as well as their costumes
- Props such as weapons, survival kits, and other gear
- The various ships and transports such as the X-Wing, TIE Striker, and AT-ACT.
- The Death Star plans and the datatape cartridge that contains them.
- The various planets in the film and their environments, local populations, and landmarks.
The book includes a nice foreword from John Knoll, as well as a galactic map which includes the new planets in Rogue One, and a size comparison chart (so you can see the relative scale of the film's combat vessels in relation to each other). There are also a few pages at the end of the book that go behind the scenes with photographs of the film's production, a very welcome addition for those curious about the filmmaking process.
If you are more interested in conceptual artwork, then the book to get is The Art of Rogue One: A Star Wars Story. I'd highly recommend both books if you enjoyed the film.
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