Star Wars Insider #80

March/April 2005

$5.99


COMMENTS
Fan Club Hyperspace members can view exclusive content for this issue online with the Insider #80 Online Supplement. Content includes "Hear the Force: Samuel L. Jackson & Christopher Lee", Episode III photo gallery, "Clone Wars Gallery Revisited", "Behind the Mandalorians", and further info from the Departments including Drawn By The Force, Jedi Library, and Jabba's Collection.


SYNOPSIS

Features
"Prequel Update" by Brett Rector
"The History of the Mandalorians" by Abel G. Peña
"The Art of Combat" by Brett Rector — Gendy Tartakovsky and the animated Clone Wars series
"Straight from the Hip" by Brett Rector — Samuel L. Jackson (Mace Windu) interview
"The Journey of Count Dooku" by Brett Rector — Christopher Lee interview
"The Unseen Planets of Episode II" by Daniel Wallace


Departments
"Comlink"
"Skywalking: News from Around the Galaxy"
"Jedi Library" by Jason Fry — Labyrinth of Evil
"Drawn by the Force" by Daniel Wallace — General Grievous mini series
"Technical Readout" by Chris Trevas — Jango Fett's Apartment
"Ask the Master" by Pablo Hidalgo
"Scouting the Galaxy" by Steve Sansweet
"Jabba's Collection" by starwars.hasbro.com
"Anchorhead Arcade" by Brett Rector — Republic Commando
"Best of Hyperspace" by Pablo Hidalgo & Bonnie Burton
"Bantha Tracks" by Mary Franklin

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