Star Wars Insider #75

May 2004

$5.99


COMMENTS
Subscribers edition has the alternate Bantha Tracks cover on the back, plus an extra 8 pages of Fan Club news.

HoloNet News features include:

15:3:02
Duro Falls to Grievous - Confederacy Now Controls Vital System
Corellians Fear Impending Attacks
Senate Admits Bungling of Trade Spine Defense


SYNOPSIS

Features
"Prequel Update" by Jane Irene Kelly
"Appearing Knightly (and the Women of Star Wars)" by Gabriela Tcharner-Patao with James Swallow, Mary Franklin, Peter Roberts — Keira Knightly and other prominent women of the Prequels
"Who's Who in the Outlander Club" by Daniel Wallace
"Special Modifications" by Ron Magid — The evolution of the Millennium Falcon
"They Might Be Giants" by Eric Moro — Gentle Giant and the Real Scan technology
"Grievous Era" by Dave Gross — General Grievous
"Or Die Trying" by Sean Williams with Shane Dix


Departments
"Rebel Rumblings"
"Star News" by Jenny Scott & Shane Turgeon
"Star Sightings" by Benjamin Harper & Jenny Scott
"The Best of Hyperspace" by Pablo Hidalgo & Paul Ens
"HoloNet News" by Pablo Hidalgo
"Set Piece" by Chris Trevas — Moon of Endor Imperial Bunker
"Bookshelf" by Jason Fry — Mara Jade's Greatest Hits
"Comics Link" by Daniel Wallace — Leia and Star Wars Empire
"Scouting the Galaxy" by Steve Sansweet
"Toy Box" by starwars.hasbro.com
"Action Figure Archive" by Vic Wertz & Dan Curto
"Topps Preview" by Vic Wertz — Clone Wars cards
"Crossword" by Michael Selinker
"Star Wars Q&A" by Pablo Hidalgo
"The Last Page" by Randy Martinez — Lil' Leia in the Snow
"Bantha Tracks" by Mary Franklin — Flip Book

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