Star Wars Insider #79

January/February 2005

$5.99


COMMENTS
This issue has two covers: Subscribers received the cover with two wookiees, while the newsstand version was a close-up of Tarful.

Fan Club Hyperspace members can view exclusive content for this issue online with the Insider #79 Online Supplement. Content includes "Wookiees: No Trivia Too Small", Episode III photo gallery "Kashyyyk Art Gallery Revisited", "Ralph McQuarrie Feature - The Artist Strikes Back" part two of three parts, and further info from the Departments including Drawn By The Force, Jedi Library, Jabba's Collection and Anchorhead Arcade.


SYNOPSIS

Features
"Prequel Update" by Brett Rector
"The Wookiees Walk Amongst Us" by Brett Rector — Peter Meyhew and Axel Dench share their experiences
"Kashyyyk Realized" by Brett Rector — Ryan Church Concept Designer interviewed
"A Visionary's Legacy" by Ron Magid — McQuarrie talks on Return of the Jedi
"Death in the Catacombs" by Mike W. Barr


Departments
"Comlink"
"Skywalking: News from Around the Galaxy"
"Jedi Library" by Jane Irene Kelly — The Cinema of George Lucas
"Drawn by the Force" by Daniel Wallace — Star Wars: Obsession
"Technical Readout" by Christopher Trevas — Theed Palace
"Ask the Master" by Pablo Hidalgo
"Scouting the Galaxy" by Steve Sansweet
"Anchorhead Arcade" by Aki Sugawara — Galaxies: Jump to Lightspeed
"Jabba's Collection" by starwars.hasbro.com
"The Best of Hyperspace" by Pablo Hidalgo & Bonnie Burton
"Bantha Tracks" by Mary Franklin
"Laugh It Up, Fuzzball" by Randy Martinez — Wookiee Karaoke

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