Star Wars Insider #118

July 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
"Striking Back!" by Brett Rector — Behind the Scenes of The Force Unleashed II
"The Voice of Reason" by Calum Waddell — Interview: James Earl Jones
"Captain Fantastic" by James Burns — Interview: Hugh Quarshie
"Rise of the Bounty Hunters" — The Clone Wars, Season Two Trivia
"Inside Cloud City" by J.W. Rinzler — Excerpt from the Making of The Empire Strikes Back
"Celebrating the Star Wars Celebration" by Scott Chernoff — Celebrating the Fan Convention


Departments
"Editor’s Welcome" by Jonathan Wilkins
"Launch Pad" — Her Universe debuts; Bacon AT-AT; Clone Wars Couture; Favreau at ILM
"Interrogation Droid" by Chris Spitale — Howie Weed (Wampa)
"My Star Wars!" by Jonathan Wilkins — Warwick Davis
"Retro" by Gus Lopez — Yoda collectibles
"Jedi Archive" — Anthony Daniels & C-3PO
"Classic Moments" — Arrest of A Sith (Episode III)
"Books" by Daniel Wallace — Fatal Alliance and the Clone Wars Character Encyclopedia
"Ask Lobot" by Leland Y. Chee
"Comics" by Daniel Wallace — The End of Legacy (and KOTOR)
"Incoming" by Chris Spitale — New ESB Hasbro Toys; Sideshow figures; Funko; Acme Archives; Uncle Milton; and the Super7 Stormtrooper
"Bounty Hunters"
"Bantha Tracks" by Mary Franklin
"Red Five" — Dave Filoni's Top 5 Animation Picks

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