This December's New Star Wars Books Include Some Galactically Gorgeous Art

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This December is going to be a crazy orgy of Star Wars obsession. And that’s going to include a dozen new tie-in books, besides the official novelization of Star Wars: The Force Awakens. The official Star Wars site just unveiled a dozen pretty insane looking book covers.

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Check them out below, and there are more details on each book, over at StarWars.com:

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