Star Wars Insider #117

May/June 2010

$7.99


COMMENTS
There are three cover variants for this issue. The first is the newsstand edition. The second was shipped exclusive to comic book stores through Diamond Distributors. The third is the subscriber edition which is identical to the newsstand edition, minus any extraneous cover text.


SYNOPSIS

Features
"Boba Fett is Back" by Jonathan Wilkins — Interview: Daniel Logan
"The Unusual Suspects" — Dave Filoni talks Bounty Hunters
"Sound Affects" by James Burns — Interview: David Accord
"The Dutchess and the Jedi" by Jonathan Wilkins — Interview: Anna Graves
"Confrontation Cloud City! The Fight Continues" by J.W. Rinzler — Empire Storyboards
"Boba Fett: A Bounty Hunter's Journey" by Leland Y. Chee — A brief history of the Fett
"Phantom Menaces" by Jonathan Wilkins — Interview: Alan Ruscoe
"The Magic Kingdom Strikes Back" by Chris Spitale — Marketing Star Wars Weekends with Brad Schoeneberg


Departments
"Editor’s Welcome" by Jonathan Wilkins
"Launch Pad" — George Lucas has Common Sense; Making of the cover
"Interrogation Droid" by Chris Spitale — Interview: Jeremy Bulloch
"My Star Wars!" by Jonathan Wilkins — Peter Serafinowicz
"Retro" by Gus Lopez — Jawa collectibles
"Jedi Archive" — Behinf the scenes with Zam Wesell
"Ask Lobot" by Leland Y. Chee
"Books" by Daniel Wallace — Fate of the Jedi: Allies
"Comics" by Daniel Wallace — Invasion–Refugees
"Incoming" — New Hasbro Transformers, Sideshow, Uncle Milton
"Bounty Hunters"
"Bantha Tracks" by Mary Franklin
"Classic Moments" — Episode VI: Enter the Jedi

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