|An angle of the packed-in city of Jedha ultimately not seen in ROGUE ONE.|
A planet and populace rich in religion combined with mysticism, now on the brink of extinction, what with the loss fifteen years earlier of the esteemed Jedi of whom they dutifully worshipped. Instead of religion, Jedha has now become a hotbed for resistance and brutal street battle conflicts against the Imperial occupation force that has continued to molest, intimidate and plunder it, involving peoples and species from all corners of the universe.
Genuinely rich in atmosphere and diversity, whilst we hope that the STAR WARS franchise will one day manage to explore Jedha again in some form of storytelling media, fans can at least discover more about the planet, its realms and society, its mysterious visitors and its place in the Force via a special ROGUE ONE spread found inside the all-new and beautifully realized STAR WARS GALACTIC ATLAS from EGMONT BOOKS, the title also covering the seven previous film's key planets and history in exciting and worthy detail.
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