Star Wars Insider #120

October 2010

$5.99


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
"Back witha Bang!" by Jonathan Wilkins — Interview: Joel Aron
"Juno and the Jedi" by Brett Rector — Interview: Cully Fredricksen and Nathalie Cox from The Force Unleashed 2
"A Long Time Ago, In A Toy Aisle Not So Far Away...." by Jason Fry with Dan Curto — Interview with Hasbro on the modern action figure line
"Third Wave!" by Jonathan Wilkins — Interview: Dave Filoni
"Four Color Hero" by Brian J. Robb — A Star Wars artist tribute to Al Williamson
"Ready, Set, Go!" by J.W. Rinzler — Empire models and how they became the sets for the film.


Departments
"Editor’s Welcome" by Jonathan Wilkins
"Launch Pad" — Preview of TCW Season 3; Comic-Con photos; The Saga on Blu-Ray; Drew Struzan's Art; Chewbacca on a Squirrel Artwork
"Interrogation Droid" by Chris Spitale — Jamie King (Auura Sing)
"My Star Wars!" — Adrianne Curry
"Jedi Archive" — Carrie Fisher on the Sets
"Retro" by Gus Lopez — Death Star collectibles
"Classic Moments" — Episode III: Anakin Betrayed
"Books" by Daniel Wallace — Force Unleashed 2, Jedi Path; Visions
"Ask Lobot" by Leland Y. Chee
"Comics" by Daniel Wallace — TCW Digests; A Long Time Ago Omnibus; Dark Empire Hardcover; Force Unleashed 2 TPB
"Incoming" — New Clone Wars figures; Sideshow busts; Funko Monster bobbleheads
"Bounty Hunters"
"Bantha Tracks" by Mary Franklin — Vol 51
"Red Five" — John Jackson Miller's top five comic series

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