Star Wars Insider #105
December 2008
$5.99




COMMENTS
There are three cover variants for this issue. The first two are the newsstand editions. The second was shipped exclusive to comic book stores through Diamond Distributors.

Fan Club Hyperspace members can view exclusive content for this issue online with the Insider #105 Online Supplement. Content includes TBD.
SYNOPSIS

Features
"Jumpin' Jedi" by Dan Wallace — 25 Years of Return of the Jedi
"Grievous Alarm" by Amos Wong — Interview: Matthew Wood
"Maris: A New Brood of Hero" by Paul Simpson — Interview: Adrienne Wilkinson
"Effects Maestros: Breaking the Mold" by Calum Waddell — Interview: Ken Ralston


Departments
"Editor’s Welcome" by Brian J. Robb
"Launch Pad" — Clone Wars in Theaters; New Encyclopedia; Force Unleashed Game
"Science of Star Wars" by David Hawksett — Ion Cannon, robotic hands, artificial gravity
"A Long Time Ago..." — 1996: Shadows of the Empire
"Versus" — Asajj Ventress vs Maris Brood
"Books" by Jason Fry — Millennium Falcon, Frames
"Ask Lobot" by Leland Y. Chee
"Comics" by Jason Fry — Legacy & Vector conclusion, Rebellion TPB
"Collecting" by Gus Lopez — Lunch Boxes
"Toys" by Jeremy Beckett — Sideshow figures; LEGO Clone Wars; Mimoco
"Bounty Hunters" — meeting Ian McDiarmid, Jeremy Bulloch, Julian Glover & Peter Mayhew
"Bantha Tracks" by Mary Franklin — Volume 36
"Classic Moments" — Obi-Wan shoots Grievous from Revenge of the Sith




Alternate Covers
Star Wars Insider 105 (cover 2) Star Wars Insider 105 (Diamond Distributors Exclusive cover)


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