Nathan P. Butler owns a massive, extensive collection of Star Wars home video releases, mostly from the United States. After chronicling the evolultion of various Star Wars home video releases on YouTube for four years, he took his expertise to print with A Saga on Home Video in 2017.
A Saga on Home Video:
A Fan's Guide to U.S. Star Wars
Home Video Releases

A Saga on Home Video in the first-ever guidebook designed to be both an historical account and a collecting guide for American Star Wars home video releases. This paperback guide addresses the first 40 years of Star Wars home viewing media (May 1977 - May 2017). Along with a brief introduction, the book includes the following chapters:

  1. Glimmmers of Hope (1977 - 1980)
  2. The Great Format War (1982 - 1992)
  3. The Original... One Last Time (1993 - 1995)
  4. See It Again... For the First Time (1997)
  5. Rise of DVD, Demise of VHS (2000 - 2010)
  6. The Lucas Films in HD (2008 - 2015)
  7. Enter: Disney (2016 - 2017)
  8. Droids, Ewoks, and a Guy Named Genndy (1990 - 2005)
  9. Rewriting the Clone Wars (2008 - 2014)
  10. Joining the Rebellion (2014 - 2017)
  11. Brick by Brick (2005 - 2016)
  12. Behind-the-Scenes and Other Oddities (1979 - 2016)
  13. Tips for Star Wars Home Video Collecting
  14. Checklist of Items Discussed
(Yes, that last chapter is a massive checklist of every item from the first twelve chapters to aid collectors in collecting!)

The book also includes several types of sidebars:

  1. Meanwhile in... (interesting foreign releases)
  2. Forever Tinkering (opinion piecies on changes to the live action films)
  3. Changes for Better and/or Worse (detailed breakdowns of changes to animated programs over time)
  4. For a More Digital Age (focus on digital releases)
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