Star Wars Insider #112

October/November 2009

$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.


SYNOPSIS

Features
"Wizard of the Desert" by Ryder Windham — History of Obi-Wan
"Alec Guiness as Obi-Wan" — Brief Quotes from Sir Alec Guniess
"The Voice Will Be With You, Always" by Scott Chernoff — Interview: James Arnold Taylor
"Ewan McGregor as Obi-Wan" — Brief Quotes from Ewan McGregor
"Treasure Trove" by James Burns — Interview: David Iskra (Star Wars In Concert)
"The Empire Strips Back" by Dan Wallace — History of the Daily Newspaper strip
"Where Science Meets Fun" by Chris Spitale — Uncle Milton Star Wars Science Toys
"Jedi Training" — Star Wars Trivia


Departments
"Editor’s Welcome" by Jonathan Wilkins
"Launch Pad" — Star Wars in Concert, Clone Wars DVD set, Force Unleashed Ultimate Sith Edition
"Interrogation Droid" by Chris Spitale — Interview: Matthew Wood
"Jedi Archive" — Behind the Scenes tills of Alec Guiness
"Versus" — Tusken Raider vs Geonosian Warrior
"Books" by Dan Wallace — Death Troopers, Art of the Clone Wars
"Comics" by Dan Wallace — Legacy (Rogue Squadron) and Knights of the Old Republic
"Incoming" by Chris Spitale — Hasbro's Empire Strikes Back figures, Gentle Giant mini bust, Star Wars Chess
"Ask Lobot" by Leland Y. Chee
"Retro" by Gus Lopez — X-Wing collectibles
"Bounty Hunters"
"Bantha Tracks" by Mary Franklin
"Classic Moments" — The Clone Wars: Lair of Grievous

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