Andrew DeGraff creates a map guide for Star Wars, which is handy for your next adventure through the galaxies of the original trilogy. The original trilogy movies, which include A New Hope, The Empire Strikes Back and The Return of the Jedi has been converted into an easy to follow map.
Each map details where the characters travel and by which conveyance. I guess Andrew shares the popular geek opinion in that the latest trilogy is a letdown and is therefore not worthy of maps... or maybe he's just in the process of creating them.
Each guide for Star Wars will insure you're never left floating around lost in space, which is helpful because it's a dangerous universe out there.
Andrew Degraff Gives Fans an Illustrated Guide to Star Wars
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