Star Wars Insider #95

September 2007

82ppg, $5.99


COMMENTS
There are two cover variants for this issue. The first is the newsstand edition. The second was shipped exclusive to comic book stores through Diamond Distributors on July 24, 2007.

This special Diamond cover is the right half of a diptych with the second half being available on issue #94.

Fan Club Hyperspace members can view exclusive content for this issue online with the Insider #95 Online Supplement. Content includes The Star Wars Effect: Schlock Wars, Part Deux, Celebration Europe: Audio Scrapbook, Pirates of the Board, and One Click Away.


SYNOPSIS

Features
"Celebration IV: Event Diary" by Jonathan Wilkins — What you saw, what you missed.
"May the Facts Be With You! Part One: #51-100" by Dan Wallace — The last 50 things (out of 100) that you didn’t know about Star Wars
"Pirates of the Boards: Part Four" by J.W. Rinzler — Death Star Attack and John D.
"Taylor Made: Special Edition" by Chris Gardner — Interview: Cinematographer Gil Taylor
"Star Wars: the Clone Wars" by Brian J. Robb & Jonathan Wilkins — Meet the Show's Creators


Departments
"Editor’s Welcome" by Brian J. Robb
"Com-Scan" — Clone Wars, Yoda Postage Stamp, exhibition in London
"Best of StarWars.com" by Pete Vilmur & Bonnie Burton — Diary: 30 Years, Visual Guides, Kaiser Chiefs
"Books" by Jason Fry — Inferno
"Comics" by Daniel Wallace — Dark Times
"Toys" by Frank Parisi — Obi-Wan Kenobi, plus new GG Busts
"Star Wars Q&A" by Leland Y. Chee
"Scouting the Galaxy" by Steve Sansweet
"International Collecting" by Gus Lopez — Canada
"Set Piece" by Chris Trevas — Supreme Chancellor Palpatine's Office
"Padawan Corner" by Cynthia Cummens — Drawing Amidala
"Bantha Tracks" by Mary Franklin — Celebration IV Photos
"The Indy Vault" by J.W. Rinzler
"Comlink Letters"

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Moving into our nineteenth year of shooting Star Wars collectibles, we pause for a moment to consider legacy. Our photography is obviously recognizable because of the blue background, but looking further back, especially after we published The Man Who Shot Luke Skywalker galleries last December, we've put our minds to offering more classic Kenner backgrounds to our galleries. Follow this link to have a look and then let us know if you'd like to continue to explore this train of thought.
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