Star Wars Insider #116

April 2010

$7.99


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
"Tales of a Sound Droid" — Interview: Matthew Wood
"The Art of Mandalore" — Interview: Dave Filoni talks Mandalorians
"Sculpting the Sith" by Jonathan Wilkins — Interview: Brian Muir, Darth Vader sculptor
"Attack of the Clone" — Interview: Dee Bradley Baker
"Dark Horse into the Future" by Daniel Wallace — History of Dark Horse part 3
"Exploring the Dark Side" — Michael Rakowitz's art exhibit
"Confrontation Cloud City!" by J.W. Rinzler — Empire Storyboards
"The Perils of Padmé" by James Burns — Interview: Catherine Taber
"May the Sports Be With You" by Chris Spitale — Adidas Star Wars


Departments
"Editor’s Welcome" by Jonathan Wilkins
"Launch Pad" — Upcoming Clone Wars episodes; Hasbro's Big AT-AT; Adidas; LEGO Star Wars III
"Interrogation Droid" by Chris Spitale — Interview: Debbie Carrington
"Retro" by Gus Lopez — Chewbacca collectibles
"Ask Lobot" by Leland Y. Chee
"Jedi Archive" — Behind the scenes: Empire Strikes Back
"Books" — Fate of the Jedi: Backlash
"Comics" — The Old Republic comic; Jedi (aka Knight Errant)
"Incoming" by Chris Spitale — New Hasbro, Galactic Heroes, Gentle Giant, SideshowF-Toys, & Mimoco
"Bantha Tracks" by Mary Franklin
"Bounty Hunters"
"Classic Moments" — Enter Cad Bane: The Clone Wars "Hostage Crisis"

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