Star Wars Insider #92

March/April 2007

80ppg, $5.95


COMMENTS
Fan Club Hyperspace members can view exclusive content for this issue online with the Insider #92 Online Supplement. Content includes Cédric Delsaux's Lens from the Dark Side, Looking for the Lost (French) Raiders Crew, Holy Grails: In Search of the Barbershop Wookiee, The Phantom Toys, From the EU: Battle of Cadinth, Ask the Master Audio Special, Pirates of the Boards: A Closer Look Part II, and One Click Away.

This is the last issue to be published by IDG Entertainment.

This issue features two covers, one of Darth Vader and the other with Indiana Jones. Subscribers received cover #2 of 2.


SYNOPSIS

Features
"The In-Between Theory" by Patrice Girod — Star Wars photos by French photographer Cédric Delsaux
"The Toys That Never Were" by Chris Fawcett — Vintage Kenner figures
"Unknown Origins" by J.W. Rinzler — Missing elements and plotlines from A New Hope
"Pirates of the Boards" by J.W. Rinzler — Part 2 of 6; the escape from Alderaan?
"Puzzle Planet: The Models of Revenge of the Sith, part 3" by Frank Parisi — Creating the sinkhole world of Utapau


Departments
"Comlink"
"Skywalking" by Pablo Hidalgo — Indiana Jones IV; Refresher Reading (Yavin Temples)
"Jedi Library" by Jason Fry — Making of Star Wars
"Drawn by the Force" by Daniel Wallace — 30th Anniversary Hardcovers, Rebellion
"Jabba's Collection" — Statues; Dejarik table; Comic Packs
"Technical Readout" by Chris Trevas — Rebel Snowspeeder
"Ask the Master" by Pablo Hidalgo
"Scouting the Galaxy" by Steve Sansweet
"Star Wars International" by Gus Lopez — Toys from Brazil
"Best of Hyperspace" by Gus Lopez — Unproduced Empire micro collection, plus art of the movies and Secrets of 07 previews
"Padawan Corner" by Amy Pronovost — How to draw Admiral Ackbar
"Bantha Tracks" by Mary Franklin — Tournament of Roses Special Edition

Alternate Covers

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