The cover for the Star Wars: The Last Jedi Visual Dictionary has been revealed


As Force Friday came to a close Sunday night, we were given a glimpse of what the new visual dictionary for The Last Jedi will look like…

The book cover for The Last Jedi visual guide was released this past weekend, in what looks to be another must have to your Star Wars collection.

We weren’t shown a whole lot, but we did get to see a very good shot of the new armor of the Praetorian Guards, the protectors of  Supreme Leader Snoke. Also, we will get to see Luke’s newer looking cybernetic hand, maybe Rey’s personal lightsaber, and the First Order outfit that Finn unwillingly wears.

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The dictionary is, of course, written by the famous Pablo Hidalgo himself. Hidalgo has written visual guides for The Force Awakens and Rogue One, along with other extensive Star Wars encyclopedias.

Being the man in charge of story developments Lucasfilm Story Group, which includes heavy involvement with Star Wars Rebels, we have seen the dedication that Hidalgo brings to the table and his love for Star Wars.

With the list of dictionaries he has already written, we know we are in good hands whenever it comes to the info stored inside this insightful book.

With the addition of new characters and creatures, like the ever so cuddly Porgs, we will get to be able to finally see what lies beneath the surface of, well, everything.

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The date release of the visual guide is the same as the movie, December 15, meaning you can go into your first viewing of The Last Jedi spoiler free. You can pre-order the Star Wars: The Last Jedi Visual Guide here.