Star Wars Insider #93

May/June 2007

82ppg, $5.99


COMMENTS
This is the first issue published through Titan Magazines.

Issues now come in plastic bags (again) and this issue features a one sheet piece of paper that explains the changes for the Insider and Hyperspace.

The magazine is now published 8 times a year (Jan/Feb. Mar, Apr, May/Jun, Jul/Aug, Sep, Oct/Nov, Dec)



Fan Club Hyperspace members can view exclusive content for this issue online with the Insider #93 Online Supplement. Content includes Star Wars-isms in the Real World, Alliance Intelligence Reports: TIE Fighters, More Star Wars Sheet Crafts, Pirates of the Boards: A Closer Look Part III, and One Click Away.

SYNOPSIS

Features
"May the Facts Be With You! Part One: #1-50" by Dan Wallace — The first 50 things (out of 100) that you didn’t know about Star Wars
"Unleash Your Inner Sith: Inside the Force Unleashed" by Frank Parisi — Inside the new Next Gen video game
"Pirates of the Boards: Part Three" by J.W. Rinzler — Part 3 of 6; Death Star Escape dogfight
"Part of the Language" by Karen Traviss — How embedded have phrases from Star Wars become?


Departments
"Com-Scan" — ILM Oscars, CGI Yoda, Costume auctions; Indy IV
"Celebration IV"
"Best of StarWars.com" by Pete Vilmur & Bonnie Burton
"Editor’s Welcome" by Brian J. Robb
"Books" by Jason Fry — Sacrifice: The new Legacy of the Force novel by Karen Traviss
"Comics" by Daniel Wallace — Rebellion The Ahakista Gambit
"Toys: Toy Invasion" by Frank Parisi — Hasbro 30th Anniversary
"Star Wars Q&A" by Pablo Hidalgo
"Scouting the Galaxy" by Steve Sansweet
"International Collecting" by Gus Lopez — Turkey
"Set Piece" by Chris Trevas — Imperial TIE Fighter
"Bantha Tracks" by Mary Franklin
"The Indy Vault" by J.W. Rinzler
"Comlink Letters"

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