How Many Star Wars Books Are There

how many books are there in the star wars series.

All six movies have had novelizations written.If you’re asking how many books have been published total under the Star Wars name, you’re looking at hundreds, counting full novels, children’s books, guides, and so on.

how many star wars books there are and how many stargate and charmed book there are.

there at least 150 star wars books Free amharic books

how many star wars films are there altogether.

i have watched episodes 1-6 but on wookipeedia i saw chewies son lumpy with han solo on a pic so i wonder if there are more films or remakes.

There are 6 live action movies and 1 animated full length feature movie that was basically the “pilot episode” for the Clone Wars animated series that is running on the Cartoon Network right now. There was also another animated series that ran on the Cartoon Network in late 2003 & early 2004. That series was the Clone Wars Micro Series.There is an Ewoks movie a Holiday Special movie and a couple other god awful little things that were so horrid that they really aren’t worth mentioning.What you saw on Wookipedia was in reference to the Star Wars EU (Expanded Universe of books). There are books and Dark Horse comic (don’t bother with the Marvel Comics titles as they were beyond forgettable for the most part) series that take the story about 140 years past the events of ep VI as it stands now and about 5000 years and more before the events of ep I.I’ve been getting yelled at for being “rude” to answers like the ones given by the other two so far so I won’t comment on them but I feel compelled to give a little history lesson on Star Wars to clear up any errors in their comments.When Lucas first wrote the story line for SW it was a 12 episode mega saga. He wanted to tell it in the same fashion as the old Flash Gordon series back in the day. He realized that wouldn’t work so after getting a little support from Fox he made what we now know as ep IV. Whether or not if it was supposed to actually be ep I or not is something that only Lucas knows and won’t tell but there is verifiable proof that the first working title for what we now know as ep V was “2 of 12” … in the end it is irrelevant anyways. A New Hope is different from the other movies in two ways. First it is the only one of them that can be seen as a stand alone movie. By that I mean it had a definite beginning and a definite end. If it had flopped as many, including Lucas to a certain extent, thought it would nobody would have had to know that there was more to the story. Second it is the only one of the movies that comes even remotely close to being told as the story line went. After that Lucas made two HUGE changes that led to the 6 movie epic saga that we have now. The first was to combine the characters of Darth Vader & Anakin Skywalker into one … originally they were two different characters. This change led to the fabled “9 episode” story. The first trilogy was to be about the rise and fall of Anakin Skywalker, the second trilogy was to be about the rise of Luke Skywalker and the redemption of Anakin Skywalker, the third trilogy was to be about the “other Skywalker” that Yoda talks about in ep V. While writing the final duel between Luke and Vader in ep VI Lucas got stumped on what he could have Vader say to Luke that would cause Luke to attack his father in a dark side fueled rage. To solve this problem he made Leia the “other Skywalker”. That change eliminated the third trilogy leaving us with the 6 movies … end of story.One thing to remember about Star Wars is that George Lucas owns EVERYTHING there is to do with Star Wars … all of it. He has total creative control of the story and nothing happens without his OK. He has said there will be no more movies and even though everyone knows he can change his mind with the direction of the wind sometimes he means it this time. He has left very specific instructions in his Will as to how the story will be handled and drastic measures to be taken if anybody else tries to “mess with his baby”.While there will be no more movies the story of Star Wars lives on in the books. The best example of them is The Thrawn Trilogy written by Timothy Zahn. The titles are “Heir To The Empire”, “Dark Force Rising”, & “The Last Command”. These books are set 5 years after the events of ep VI and continue the story in a great way. Some will tell you that these books are ep 7 – 9 … they are NOT. They do have the designation of “official continuation of the story of Star Wars” by Lucas but they are not and never will be ep 7 – 9. Anybody who says otherwise is so full of it that it is pouring out of their ears.I’m about the biggest SW fan that you will ever have the pleasure, or as some would say the displeasure, of meeting and I would love to see more movies telling the story of the Skywalker clan but it just isn’t going to happen.May The Force Be With You ….

star wars. i need to how many star war movies there are.

i need to how many star war movies there are

Episode IV: A New Hope (1977)Episode V: Empire Strikes Back (1980)Episode VI: Return of the Jedi (1983)Episode I: Phantom Menace (1999)Episode II: Attack of the Clones (2002)Episode III: Revenge of the Sith (2005)There are also a couple of tangentially related Ewok movies (such as The Battle For Endor), and there is an animated movie that Lucas is working on too.There are also a bunch of books (some great, some terrible) that follow the events of Episode 6.

How many Star Wars are there that haven’t been released.

How many star wars does it go up to? I know there is another one “7” “The force awakens” coming out next year…… how many more after that?Another question – Are there any books that tell the Star Wars 7 storyline or books for 8,9,10,11,12,13,14 etc? (I would just like to know when Star…

There is the Star Wars Expanded Universe, which includes books, TV series, and video games. These stories can either take place before or after the 6 Star Wars films.Disney announced there will be 3 main Star Wars films: Episodes 7,8, & 9.However, the new films will not be written by George Lucas and it will not be based on any previous works.

How many Star Wars novels are there and how long would it take to read them all.

How many?

There are A LOT of Star Wars novels. I’m not sure whether you also want the Star Wars comic books (aka graphic novels) and children’s Star Wars novels, but even with those taken out, there’s still a lot of Star Wars books out there.So it would take you maybe several months (at least a year or two, depending on how fast you read and how often you read) to finish them all.You can check out this site for a list of the Star Wars books so far (including the comic books):

how many star wars books are there and witch one come first…Q….

3 books “a new hope” came first

How many Star Wars novels are there.

I was walking through a bookstore the other day when I passed through the Sci-Fi aisle and noticed three shelves of books within the Star Wars canon. I’m curious, how many books are there in the Star Wars universe?

30… thats funny.there’s 21 just in one series alone…here’s a list of all the books probably well over a 100

How many Star Wars episodes are there.

Total? How many are there? It’s for school! Thanks!

Man, some people should remember the words of “Joe Friday” … “just the facts” … because they end up with a case of “foot in mouth” disease when they try to sound like they know what they are talking about.For the record there are 6 live action episodes in the Star Wars saga. The following list is them plus the newer animated stuff that has come out in the past few years:1999 – Episode I : The Phantom Menace2002 – Episode II : Attack Of The Clones2003 – Clone Wars Micro Series Vol 1: Chapters 1 – 202004 – Clone Wars Micro Series Vol 2: Chapter 212008 – Star Wars The Clone Wars – Animated Movie2008 – ???? : Star Wars The Clone Wars – Animated Series2004 – Clone Wars Micro Series Vol 2: Chapters 22 – 252005 – Episode III: Revenge Of The Sith1977 – Episode IV: A New Hope1980 – Episode V: The Empire Strikes Back1983 – Episode VI: Return Of The JediAs for the other answers … yes there have been other TV shows, Ewoks and Droids to name a couple, that were put out in the mid 80’s but for the most part they were horrid pieces of crap.When Lucas first started out with the story there were actually 12 episodes that he wanted to tell in the same fashion as the old Flash Gordon series. Seeing that it wouldn’t work that way Lucas cut it to 9 episodes and as Lucas made changes to and the story itself evolves the number of episodes were cut to 6. Episodes 7 – 9 were supposed to have been about “the other Skywalker” that Yoda talks about in ep V but that trilogy was eliminated when Lucas made Leia Luke’s sister. In 1991 Lucas gave the “official continuation of the story” tag to the book trilogy dubbed “The Thrawn Trilogy” that was written by Timothy Zahn. The titles of the books were “Heir To The Empire”, “Dark Force Rising”, & “The Last Command”. These books are set 5 years after the events of ep VI and are incredibly well written and are a must read for die hard fans. “Blue Harvest” and “Revenge of The Jedi” were not “hoax” titles of ep VI per say. “Blue Harvest” was the stage code name for the sets used in ep VI. Lucas was trying to keep people guessing as to where he was actually making the movies so that was how “Blue Harvest” was born. The “Revenge of the Jedi” thing was a staff member of LucasFilm not paying attention in class. When they were brain storming for the title of ep VI someone said how about “Revenge Of The Jedi”. Lucas said that wouldn’t work because a Jedi would never seek revenge but some people heard the “Revenge” title and ran with it until Lucas smashed them.May The Force Be With You …

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  1. There are six films each labeled “Episode IV,” “Episode V” etc.Star Wars Episode II: Attack of the Clones (2002)The Phantom Menace

  2. After that, there were a lot of books written over the next 30 years. Like, more than 40. These books were set both before and after the first three books. You can find an addreviated list on the Del Rey website.Star Wars Episode III: Revenge of the Sith (2005)Revenge of the Sith

  3. Six- The original trilogy: Star Wars (A New Hope) (1977), The Empire Strikes Back (1980), and Return of the Jedi (1983). The prequels: The Phantom Menace (1999), Attack of the Clones (2002), Revenge of the Sith (2005).

  4. Which are all set chronologically BEFORE the first three, but were written afterwoulds. Then, after these were written, heaps more were. If you want a full list of what happened when, Google ‘Star Wars Timeline Gold’ as it’s awesome, and lists it all.You do know there’s this thing called Google, right? Nobody should have to tell you to do the basics of a search first.

  5. Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope (1977)Yes, originally the series was to be 9 films—though I very much doubt we’ll see the final three produced. The three original films (which were later called parts 4-6) take place in what is known as “The Rebellion Era.” The later three films (prequels called parts 1-3) take place in what is known as “The Rise of The Empire Era.” The final three (which would have been parts 7-9) take place in “The New Jedi Order Era.” A lot of material has been written about what takes place after “Return of the Jedi,” most of it in novels. I’ve included a link where you can find all kinds of information about the ‘after the films’ events in the “Star Wars” universe.

  6. Lucas originally planned for a 3rd trilogy – episodes 7, 8, and 9. He never wrote them, but agreed that the “Heir to the Empire” trilogy written by Timothy Zahn is the best representation of the next trilogy. 3 very good books and a must read for any Star Wars fan.

  7. Okay, there are a LOT of Star Wars books. The original trilogy were written first, so the first book written wasReturn of the Jedi

  8. There are six movies. Phantom Menace, Attack of The Clones, Revenge of the Sith, A new Hope, Empire Strikes Back and Return of the Jedi

  9. 6 in the original series, then the Clone Wars animated movie.If you would like to know more about this new TV series, here’s an article about it:

  10. i believe there are 9 in the series all together. the 3 main ones that came out in the late 70s/80s were the middle three i.e. 4-6 the three modern ones which came out in the millenium were 1-3 when darth vader comes into being, but i don’t believe the final 3 (7-9) have been made into film, i think they are just in book form as far as i know.

  11. The Phantom MenaceThen, in the 90s/00s cameWell, the ones based on the movies would come first, in chronological order. Then after that, and even between some of the movie-based books, there are expanded universe books. There are a LOT of them. Some are in the form of comics, some are novels, and some are chapter books. The only place I could find a list of all of the Star Wars books was Wikipedia, unreliable as that is. The link for that is in the source box below. You can find the specific books on Amazon, etc. Hopefully this helps!

  12. 2. Attack of the Clones3. Revenge of the SithStar Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menance (1999)Six movies, the original trilogy and the new one. There is a new animated Clone Wars moving out this Autumn as well.

  13. There are six (6) episodes.There is also another TV series probably coming out in 2009. It’s supposed to be set in the nineteen years between Revenge of the Sith and A New Hope. Here’s an article on it for more information:

  14. 4. A New HopeThere is a new TV series coming out called The Clone Wars. It is set to be aired sometime in 2008, on Cartoon Network and TNT; also in theaters.Attack of the Clones

  15. 1. Phantom MenaceRevenge of the SithThere are over 30 last time I checked.##edit– jedi dude, so without going into another Star Wars “Organaism” (refer to the once hot Carrie Fisher’s character…she has since blown up like Jabba), your answer basically is the same as mine except yours takes much longer to read.

  16. There are 6 official films and 2 unofficial sequels. The latter were both made by Lucasfilm and featured the Ewoks of Return of the Jedi.

  17. they are only working on #7 right now. More are planned, but have not been started – 7 isn’t even ready for release yet – Lucas is not doing the main work on any of them anymore – scripts have probably not even been started for any after #7

  18. There are 6 episodes but there is also the clone wars film. So that really, would make 7. Hope this helps

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