Star Wars Insider 145 November/December 2013
Posted by Jay on October 17, 2013 at 12:00 AM CST
It's been over 35 years since Topps launched its first set of Star Wars trading cards… Now get ready for a special preview of their most innovative set of trading cards yet, only in the next issue of Star Wars Insider!

Star Wars Insider 145 comes with four exclusive trading cards to collect—one set of two cards with each issue. One card depicting the production of the legendary Star Wars Radio Drama and one sketch card comes in each set.

Here's an exclusive reveal of one of the cards!
Insider 145 Exclusive Topps Card (P3) Insider 145 Exclusive Topps Card (P3 Back Side)

Look out for the unmissable content this issue! Exclusive features include notable Star Wars authors pondering the question: Is Darth Vader a victim or villain? A previously unseen story conference between George Lucas and Alan Dean Foster as they shape the first Star Wars' sequel novel is revealed, and an exclusive tale featuring Princess Leia sheds new light on her role in the Rebel Alliance!

All this and much more, from October 22! To subscribe click here!
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