Star Wars Insider 62 is the sixty-second issue of Star Wars Insider magazine. It was released to newsstands in October 2002. This marked the first Star Wars Insider issue published by Paizo Publishing as well as the start of the magazine being released eight times a year, an increase from Star Wars Insider's former bimonthly publication schedule, which began with issue 35 in September 1997. Issue 62 came packaged with an exclusive Topps trading card from the set 2002 Topps Star Wars: Attack of the Clones Widevision.
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Just when you thought summer was over, Insider takes you back to camp—the camp of the notorious Tusken Raiders!
- "Fight Saber" by David West Reynolds
Through the millennia, Jedi have rigorously trained in the seven forms of lightsaber combat. Examples from all five Star Wars movies illustrate these complex and ancient fighting styles.
Topps' latest Star Wars: Episode II Attack of the Clones Widevision movie card set focuses on the Battle of Geonosis, and it includes the first-ever widevision autograph cards.
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Imperial probe droids have detected the new location of the Insider headquarters somewhere in the Poizo sector.
Clones at home, Indiana Jones, rewarding experiences, and THX spinning off on its own. All this and Star Sightings, too.
- "Jawa Trader Catalog"
Here's your chance to get exclusive Attack of the Clones merchandise from the Star Wars Fan Club!
- "Behind the Magic" by Rob Coleman
Will computer-generated characters replace real, live actors any time soon? Judge for yourself.
The Clone Wars are coming to a console near you. Star Wars Galaxies hopes to deliver over a dozen worlds for MMOG players. The Arms & Equipment Guide gives Star Wars Roleplaying Game GMs and players metric tons of new equipment.
- "Bookshelf" by Jason Fry
- "Comics Link" by Daniel Wallace
"She may not look like much . . ." Take a guided tour of the forward hold of the Millennium Falcon.
- "Scouting the Galaxy" by Stephen J. Sansweet
Steve explains why you shouldn't believe the hype about "variant" figures, and readers dig up some real finds this time!
- "Crossword" by Michael Selinker
A crash-course in Shriiwook.
- "Star Wars Q&A" by Pablo Hidalgo
Did Attack of the clones raise more questions than it answered?
- "Last Page" by Tony Moseley
What yousa mean, "Yousa thinkin you already blasted dem!?"