Star Wars Galaxy Magazine #13

December 1997

66ppg, $4.95


COMMENTS
This issue features cover art by Joe Quesada, Jimmy Palmiotti and Atomic Paintbrush, and includes a Jedi history poster with full-color cover art by Quesada and Palmiotti on the reverse, a Star Wars Vehicles Card #47 (Sun Crusher), and a sample 5 pack Star Wars Trilogy Collection by Merlin Cards.

This is the last issue in this series, which continues with Star Wars Galaxy Collector #1.


SYNOPSIS

Features
"Star Wars Goes to washington" by Jane Paley — The Magic of Myth at the Smithsonian
"Ash Man" by Bob Woods — Profiling artist Joe Quesada
"Jedi Protector" by Peter Schweighofer & Brian Durfee — West End Games adventure
"So You Want To Be A Jedi" by Kevin J. Anderson — Profiling the guardians of peace and justice
"The Jabba Tape part 1" by John Wagner & Kilian Plunkett — 8 page comic from Dark Horse


Departments
"Rebel Report" by Bob Woods
"Communiqués"
"Around the Galaxy" — Lucas Interview, Prequel Update, Mccallum Interview
"ComicScan" by Daniel Wallace — Telling Tales; Interview with Tales of the Jedi scribe Tom Veitch
"Star FX" by Mark Cotta Vaz — Masters of Movie Magic: Part 2 The Creative Force; the history of Special Effects
"Game Room" by Tom Byron — Game Knights; Jedi in the video games
"Star Wars Stuff" by Steve Sansweet — Special Effects; Star Wars event collectibles
"Special-ized Price List" by Josh Ling
"Collector's Comlink" by Steve Sansweet
"Fantastic Fans" by Shane Morrissey — The Fine Art of Collecting; profiling collector Catherine Scholtz

Related Issues
Star Wars Galaxy Collector #1 February 1998Star Wars Galaxy Collector #2 May 1998Star Wars Galaxy Collector #3 August 1998The Jabba Tape #1

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