Dark Horse Insider, Volume 2 #16
March 1993
"Ulic Qel-Droma and the Beast-Wars of Onderon" part two, 32ppg, $0.00

Writer: Tom Veitch
Penciller: Chris Gossett
Inker: Mike Barreiro
Cover Artist: Will Simpson
Design & Production: Egon Selby
Proofreader: Suzanne Taylor
Editor: Kris Young



COMMENTS
Dark Horse Insider was a free preview of upcoming Dark Horse titles. It was printed in black and white, and featured single pages with a few panels, and a short description of the an upcoming title, along with credits, price and scheduled shipping date. Occasionally they would publish two pages from an upcoming issue or interviews with different creators.

This issue contains black and white previews of pages 3 & 4 of Tales of the Jedi #1.

Issues #15-20 of Dark Horse Insider each contain two black & white pages of a continuing preview of the Tales of the Jedi comic book series. These 12 pages later became the first 12 pages (re-lettered and with color panels) of issue #1.

Other items of note in this issue include Collection: The Whole Story (by Kij Johnson-Collections Editor), a 3-page sneak preview of Accident Man, plus the Horse's Mouth letter column.

The cover indicates this was the April issue.
SYNOPSIS
Arca tells his students about Onderon, a newly discovered world.

Its half civilized inhabitants are just discovering space travel, but have much greater obstacles to overcome. One of the planets four moons, Dxun, is inhabited by monstrous flying beasts that were able to migrate to Onderon eons ago when the two atmospheres touched during the summer months.


Related Issues
Dark Horse Insider, Volume 2 #15 Dark Horse Insider, Volume 2 #17 Dark Horse Insider, Volume 2 #18 Dark Horse Insider, Volume 2 #19 Dark Horse Insider, Volume 2 #20 Tales of the Jedi #1





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