Posted by Dustin on January 10, 2006 at 06:32 PM CST
Rebelscum reader, and Lucasfilm approved Star Wars artist Adam Hughes, wrote in after seeing our initial post regarding the cover to Purge.

"Funny story about that Sia-Lan Wezz character being in the book.... I drew her on the cover as the dead Jedi as a gag; I figured I brought her into the world, I can take her out. Well, the minute I let that slip to my editor, they had to know her name and where she appeared and all that. That's how she ended up being written into the story!"

He also included the three sketches shown up top that lead to the final design also shown in all its naked glory (minus the text graphics).

Special thanks to AH! for the pics! Learn more about Adam and his stunning artwork at his website!
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