Star Wars Insider #64

December/January 2002

$5.99


COMMENTS
First issue with the New Bantha Tracks as a flip issue. Subscribers edition has the alternate Bantha Tracks cover on the back, plus an extra 8 pages of Fan Club news.


SYNOPSIS

Features
"Prequel Update" by Dave Gross
"Clones to the IMAX" by David C. Fein — Attack of the Clones The IMAX Experience
"Inside Attack of the Clones" by David West Reynolds — Geonosian Prison
"Dream Weavers" by Dave Gross with Pablo Hidalgo — Interview with John Knoll, Paul Huston and Ben Snow
"Feedback Loop" by Francis K. Lalumière — Interview with Ben Burtt
"Vehicles of Episode II" by Daniel Wallace
"Emissary of the Void: Episode VI" by Greg Keyes — Part 6 and the conclusion to New Jedi Order fiction
"Insider's Holiday Gift Guide" by Michael Mikaelian


Departments
"Rebel Rumblings"
"Star News" by Benjamin Harper
"Comics Link" by Daniel Wallace — Star Wars: Jedi
"Bookshelf" by Jason Fry — Boba Fett's expanded universe stories
"Gamescape" by Haden Blackman & Daniel Wallace — Galaxies and Corsucant & The Core Worlds RPG
"Set Piece" by Christopher Trevas & Chris Reiff — Ewok Villiage
"Scouting the Galaxy" by Steve Sansweet
"Crossword" by Michael Selinker
"Star Wars Q&A" by Pablo Hidalgo
"The Last Page" by Tony Moseley — Air Yoda
"Bantha Tracks" by Mary Franklin — Flip Book

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