Star Wars Insider #88

July/August 2006

$5.95


COMMENTS
Four possible covers to this issue include #1 with Darth Vader, #2 with Count Dooku and Asajj Ventress, #3 with Darth Maul, and #4 with Darth Sidious. Subscribers apparently received cover #1.

Fan Club Hyperspace members can view exclusive content for this issue online with the Insider #88 Online Supplement. Content includes "Evil Never Dies: The Sith Dynasties", "Ray Par: Darth Maul—Uncut", "Morbid Visions", "Lumiya: Dark Star of the Empire", "From the Dark Side Compendium", "A Tale from the Dark Side", and "Celebration of the Sith".


SYNOPSIS

Features
"Morbid Visions" by Frank Parisi — Interview with ILM artists Aaron McBride and Christian Alzmann and the four covers for this issue
"Heritage of the Sith" by Drew Karpyshyn — Historical text of the Sith by the writer of the Darth Bane novel
"Lessons in Light and Darkness" by Frank Parisi — Ray Park interview
"Betrayal" by Jason Fry — Look at the Legacy of the Jedi book series
"Legacies if Future Orders" by Frank Parisi — Meet the Sith from the Legacy comic series
"Ghosts of the Sith" by Jude Watson — Original fiction story that falls between Last of the Jedi #2 and #3
"Virtual Sith" by Hugh Sterbakov — Sith Lords in video games


Departments
"Comlink"
"Skywalking" by Frank Parisi & Eugene Wang; Joe Nazarro; Bonnie Burton — Unaltered DVD trilogy; LEGO Star Wars II; Shepard Fairy; Dave Elsey interview; Andrew Wen Master Replicas interview
"Technical Readout" by Chris Trevas — Death Star II Main Hangar
"Ask the Master" by Pablo Hidalgo
"Scouting the Galaxy" by Steve Sansweet
"Jabba's Collection"
"Best of Hyperspace" by Bonnie Burton & Pablo Hidalgo
"Padawan Corner" by Bonnie Burton — DIY Vader Mural
"Bantha Tracks" by Mary Franklin
"Laugh It Up, Fuzzball" by Darth Mao — Sith Lords Summer Camp

Alternate Covers

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