Renewed July 2, 2017.
Catalogued by Edgar Governo, Historian of Things That Never Were
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you can also check out the similar listings in my Canadian Library.
Think of this library as your source for further research into the varied continuities that have spawned the many timelines linked from my own site, if you wish to know more about those worlds and those histories.
The library is divided by medium, much the same way as the site that spawned it, with subdivisions here for a few series with a great deal of source material. As such, you can peruse the categories being offered:
You can, of course, jump straight to the Television Timelines.
You can, of course, jump straight to the Movie Timelines.
The Star Wars Store at Amazon.com is the place to start, of course, along with the specific Star Wars titles already listed below.
There is a plethora of books out there related to Star Wars, dealing with almost every conceivable aspect of the movie series and its various spinoffs. Here, I've tried to include those that are the best guides to the history and internal workings of the Star Wars universe.
You can, of course, jump straight to the Book Timelines.
J.R.R. Tolkien's Middle-earth has been expounded upon in so many ways, it is no surprise that any number of works relating to the inner workings of that realm have been written by Tolkien and his successors. Despite the relative lack of fictional timelines online, there is certainly no shortage of written material on the subject.
You can, of course, jump straight to the Game Timelines.
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You can, of course, jump straight to the Comics Timelines.
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