Star Wars Insider Issue #75
Star Wars Insider 75 takes an inside look at the development of the General of the Droid Army in a special feature entitled "Grievous Era." Lucasfilm Art Department members Iain McCaig, Ryan Church, Robert Barnes and Warren Fu talk about the creation of the General through sketches and maquettes, to the finished design approved by George Lucas. The article also features quotes from Genndy Tartakovsky and Paul Rudish, the lead artists behind the Star Wars: Clone Wars microseries, where Grievous made his debut.
Read up on General Grievous' latest Clone Wars conquests in a special edition of HoloNet News. A key world has fallen to the Separatists, and General Grievous is leading a terrifying push deeper into the heart of the Republic.
Beyond Episode III, this issue salutes the women of Star Wars, with a feature interview with the hottest new actress to emerge from the prequels, Keira Knightley. Read about her skyrocketing career from a humble handmaiden decoy to leading roles in Bend It Like Beckham, Pirates of the Carribean: The Curse of the Black Pearl and more.
There are many eye-catching women to be found in the shadows of the Outlander Club, but do you know their names? Find out in the latest installment of "Who's Who."
Also in this issue is a look at the early origins of the Millennium Falcon, the scanning and sculpting magic of Gentle Giant Studios, and a New Jedi Order short story featuring Jaina Solo entitled "Or Die Trying," written by Sean Williams and Shane Dix.
All the regular features like Star News, Set Piece, Toy Box, and Scouting the Galaxy are there too.
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