Star Wars Insider #61

September/October 2002

$5.99



SYNOPSIS

Features
"Inside the Attack of the Clones" by David West Reynolds — Lars Homestead, Quartermaster Station on Kamino, Freighter-Liner Terminal
"Across the Stars" by Brian J. Robb — The music of John Williams
"Star Wars Celebration II" by Michael Mikaelian & Dave Gross
"A Rose By Any Other Name" by Michael G. Ryan — Rose Byrne as Dormé
"From Mexico to Naboo" by Dave Gross & Saul Arellano — Veronica Segura as Cordé
"Race Across the Dune Sea" by Michael G. Ryan — The Amazing Race
"The Beautiful Campaign" by Michelle Vuckovich — Episode II and the World Cup
"Sith Rising Card Encyclopedia" by Michael G. Ryan — About the trading card game


Departments
"Rebel Rumblings"
"Star News" by Benjamin Harper
"Behind the Magic" by Rob Coleman — Creating Yoda
"Gamescape" by Brian Campbell — The Power of the Jedi sourcebook
"Bookshelf" by Jason Fry — Matthew Woodring Stover's Traitor
"Comics Link" by Abel Peña — Marvel reprints
"Set Piece" by Christopher Trevas & Chris Reiff — Cloud City Carbon Freezing Chamber
"Scouting the Galaxy" by Steve Sansweet
"Crossword" by Michael Selinker
"Star Wars Q&A" by Pablo Hidalgo
"The Last Page" by Jay Stephens — Cute Jawas

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