Star Wars Insider Special Edition 2010

November 2009

144ppg, $14.99


COMMENTS
This square bound magazine contains new material plus material previously released in the pages of Star Wars: Insider.


SYNOPSIS

Special Edition
"Editor’s Welcome" by Jonathan Wilkins
"A Long Time Ago..." — 1977
"Luke & Leia" by Brian J. Robb, Jonathan Wilkins & Brigid Cherry — from Insider #97
"Han Solo: The Early Years" by Jonathan Wilkins — from Insider #106
"May the Facts Be With You! Part One: #1-100" by Dan Wallace — from Insider #93 & 95
"A Long Time Ago..." — 1980; from Insider #101
"Boba Begins" by Pete Vilmur — from Insider #99
"The Man Behind the Monsters!" by Jonathan Wilkins — from Insider #102
"Imperial Officer's Field Guide" by Jonathan Wilkins — from Insider #96
"A Long Time Ago..." — 1983
"Return to Endor: Visual Commentary" by Dan Wallace
"Set Piece" by Chris Trevas — Imperial TIE Fighter; from Insider #93
"A Long Time Ago..." — 1999; from Insider #102
"Character Building" by Jonathan Wilkins — from Insider #109
"Set Piece" by Chris Trevas — Watto's Shop; from Insider #100
"A Long Time Ago..." — 2002
"Into the Arena" by Dan Wallace — Arena Beasts from AOTC
"Set Piece" by Chris Trevas — Kamino Landing Platform; from Insider #97
"Classic Moments" — The Clone Army; from Insider #103
"A Long Time Ago..." — 2005; from Insider #103
"Set Piece" by Chris Trevas — The Invisible Hand; from Insider #99
"Sith Speak" — Lucas and Cast speak about Episode III in London, 2005
"Set Piece" by Chris Trevas — Palpatine's Office; from Insider #95
"A Long Time Ago..." — 2008
"Directing the Troops" by Jonathan Wilkins — from Insider #102
"Double Trouble" by Jonathan Wilkins — from Insider #108
"Artoo & Threepio's Greatest Hits" by Jason Fry
"50 Facts About the Expanded Universe" by Dan Wallace
"Jedi Archive"

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