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Star Wars Insider 58
Publication information
Released

March/April 2002

General information
Issue number(s)

58

Series

Star Wars Insider

Star Wars Insider 58 was the fifty-eighth issue released of Star Wars Insider.

Contents

Contents

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Features

Joel Edgerton shows us what Uncle Owen was like before he became a grumpy old man.

  • "Micro Beru" Interview by Scott Chernoff

Bonnie Piesse talks about inhabiting the role of Luke Skywalker's Aunt Beru and how visiting Tatooine is far more daunting than working at the circus.

  • "An Eclectic Career" Interview by Helen Keir with Allen Varney

Most fans know Billy Dee Williams as the smooth Lando Calrissian, but there's far more to the creative talents of this veteran actor.

  • "Art Wars" by Michael G. Ryan

The new Star Wars trading card game includes an early look at images from Attack of the Clones.

  • "The Fighting 501st" by Michael G. Ryan

A legion of fans prefer the glorious Empire to the scrappy Rebellion, at least when it comes to making a fashion statement.

Departments

Counting blue ghosts, defending sneaky Jedi, and championing heroic handmaidens. Don't you people have jobs?

From the trailers to pick-up shots, Producer Rick McCallum reports on the final phases of Attack of the Clones.

Jedi as a religion, trailer mania, star sightings, and more.

How a Toydarian junk dealer came to life in The Phantom Menace.

The Star Wars Roleplaying Game gets more than a facelift in a revised and expanded edition.

After the tragic events of Star By Star, Elaine Cunningham takes Jaina Solo on a Dark Journey.

  • "Comics Link"

Jango Fett and Zam Wessell, together again for the first time.

The dirtiest jobs the Rebellion ever faced.

How much is George's autograph really worth?

  • "Crossword" by Michael Selinker

Test your knowledge of the Mos Eisley cantina.

New innovations in magazine technology provide actual answers to your Star Wars questions.

External links


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