Star Wars Galaxy Collector #1

February 1998

48ppg, $4.95


COMMENTS
This series was originally title Star Wars Galaxy Magazine, and was published ina comic size format.

This issue includes a Drew Struzan poster, Topps #Di card #6, SWF Card #59, and SWGC card #SW2 (prequel card).


SYNOPSIS

Features
"Don't Leave Home Without It" by Daniel Wallace — On the Essential Guide to Planets and Moons
"Playing A Major Role" by Michael Kogge — Profiling West End Games
"The Creative Cosmos of Drew Struzan" by Gary Gerani — Profiling artist Drew Struzan
"The Man Who Shot Luke Skywalker" by Bob Woods — Profiling Ken Simmons, Kenner photographer
"The Jabba Tape part 2" by John Wagner & Kilian Plunkett — 8 page comic from dark Horse


Departments
"Rebel Report" by Bob Woods
"Back at the Ranch" by Steve Sansweet — Gavin Bocquet Production Designer
"Around the Galaxy" by David Pipgras & Martin Thurn
"Star Wars Stuff" by Steve Sansweet — Collectibles in Japan
"Japanese collectibles Price Guide" by Josh Ling
"Collector's Comlink" by Steve Sansweet
"Fantastic Fans" by Robert Clayton — Eimei Takeda: Star Wars Servant
"Use the Force" — Ship Pictures

Related Issues
Star Wars Galaxy Magazine #13 December 1997Star Wars Galaxy Collector #2 May 1998Star Wars Galaxy Collector #3 August 1998The Jabba Tape #1

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