Star Wars and the History of Transmedia Storytelling

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(2017)
  • Publisher: Amsterdam university Press
  • Subject: transmedia | science fiction | popular culture | media franchising | JFD | star wars

The collection places Star Wars at the center of those studies’ projects by examining video games, novels and novelizations, comics, advertising practices, television shows, franchising models, aesthetic and economic decisions, fandom and cultural responses, and other a... View more
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