Lost Encyclopedia

Lost Encyclopedia

Surely you didn't think that the series finale would mark the end of Lost posts on Uncrate? The Lost Encyclopedia ($27) is a must-have companion for anyone planning to re-watch the series, preferably via that fancy new Blu-ray box set. Clocking in at over 400 pages and sporting more than 1,500 images, this official guide is a comprehensive guide to the series — sort of a dead-tree version of Lostpedia — complete with a foreword by executive producers Damon Lindelof and Carlton Cuse.

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