The Star Wars saga has been a huge part of our society, and The New York Times is releasing a new book to celebrate the franchise’s cultural impact.
From the time A New Hope hit theaters back in 1977, Star Wars has had a grip on pop culture, evolving greatly over the years with additional movies, books, games, comics, cartoon series, and more. Each these additions to the beloved galaxy far, far away have greatly impacted society.
The New York Times is celebrating the huge effect Star Wars had on humanity with a brand new coffee table book. While there are loads of beautiful, informative coffee table books out there that delve deeper into the Star Wars universe as a whole, this new book will highlight the impact the franchise had on you and me.
This creative book features every New York Times piece that discusses the franchise. Whether it’s a review highlighting how fans reacted to a film, an article on the franchise as a whole, or diving in to the legacy of one of the films (or one of the film’s actors), this book is a cool and unique collectible to add to your memorabilia collection.
Of course, such a comprehensive piece of pop culture history is going to cost you. The book will run you about $70 with its leatherette slip cover, premium stock paper, and a magnifier to help you read the articles. There’s also an option to get the book personalized (for an extra ten bucks).
The book is for sale now at the New York Times website, so don’t wait to grab your own piece of Star Wars history!