Star Wars Insider #66

March/April 2003

$5.99


COMMENTS
HoloNet News features include:

14:3:22 - HNN
Ministry of Science reveals Bio-War vaccine
Palpatine Rewards Jedi Efforts

14:3:10 - CIS Shadowfeed
Republic Forces Shred Bassadroans
Confederate Credits Gaining Equity


SYNOPSIS

Features
"Prequel Update" by Dave Gross
"Inside Attack of the Clones" by David West Reynolds — Geonosian War Room
"War Factories" by Daniel Wallace — A look at Kamino and Geonosis
"Novel Approach" by Rich Handley — Behind the scenes with the Publication arm
"The Clone Wars: Elusion Illusion" by Michael A. Stackpole
"Who's Who: Imperial Grand Admirals" by Daniel Wallace & Abel Peña
"What You Don't See" by Ron Magid — Invisible effects of The Phantom Menace
"Star Wars at the Movies" by Francis K. Lalumière — Pop culture references
"Insider Interview: C-3PO" by Kevin Rubio


Departments
"Rebel Rumblings"
"Star News" by Benjamin Harper
"Behind the Magic" by Rob Coleman — Creating Tipoca City
"HoloNet News" by Pablo Hidalgo
"Gamescape" by Michael Mikaelian & Haden Blackman
"Bookshelf" by Jason Fry — Troy Denning's Tatooine Ghost
"Comics Link" by Daniel Wallace — Bigg's Darklighter story arc
"Set Piece" by Christopher Trevas — Jedi Council Chamber
"Scouting the Galaxy" by Steve Sansweet
"Crossword" by Michael Selinker
"Star Wars Q&A" by Pablo Hidalgo
"The Last Page" by Tony Moseley — Jedi Jar Jar

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