Star Wars: TIE Fighter Owners' Workshop Manual

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The TIE Fighter gets the Haynes treatment! This is a Haynes Manual based on the Sienar Fleet Systems TIE Fighter, the iconic space superiority fighter which has long been the mainstay of Imperial and First Order forces, customized variants of which were piloted by Sith Lord Darth Vader in the original Star WarsTM trilogy, and Kylo Ren during the First Order’s war with the Resistance. Using brand-new cutaway illustrations, together with other art and photographs sourced from the Lucasfilm archives, this manual provides the most thorough technical description and operating guide available for the various TIE Fighter variants, making it essential reading for all Star Wars fans.

About the Author

Chris Trevas, Artist: Chris Trevas has been creating Star Wars artwork for over 15 years. He's worked with numerous licensees to create art for books, games, trading cards and packaging. His books include Jedi vs. Sith: The Essential Guide to the Force, The Essential Atlas, Star Wars Blueprints: The Ultimate Collection, and Millennium Falcon - A 3-D Owner's Guide. Chris works from his home studio in Michigan where he lives with his wife and daughter.

Chris Reiff, Artist: Chris Reiff is an illustrator, toy designer, and inventor with more than 17 years experience working on official Star Wars projects and with licenses from companies like Marvel & Disney. His illustration work includes Haynes' Star Wars Millennium Falcon Owner's Workshop Manual, The Bounty Hunter Code, and Star Wars Lightsaber Thumb Wrestling. He lives in Cincinnati, Ohio with his dog named Dog and the full-size R2-D2 replica he built himself.


Ryder Windham, Author: Ryder Windham has written over 80 books, including titles for LEGO Bionicle, Star Wars, Indiana Jones, and Transformers. An avid blood donor, he has worked with members of the Star Wars costumer clubs—the 501st Legion, Rebel Legion, and Mandalorian Mercs—to help promote voluntary blood donations all over the world.