Star Wars Insider 78 is the seventy-eighth issue of Star Wars Insider magazine. It was released to newsstands on October 5, 2004. This issue came packaged with promotional card P1 from the Topps Star Wars Heritage trading card set.
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Features[edit | edit source]
- "Prequel Update" by Pablo Hidalgo
- "50 Factoids about the Original Star Wars Trilogy" by Daniel Wallace
- To celebrate the release of the Star Wars trilogy on DVD, Insider has gone to great lengths to unearth 50 factoids about the historic films. Use what you learn wisely.
- "The Restoration of Star Wars" by Insider Staff
- Before the films could be brought home on DVD, they had to go through quite a makeover—and it wasn't easy.
- "Star Wars Battlefront: See the Movies, Live the Battles" by Justin Lambros
- "Navigating the Galaxy: The Star Wars Trilogy Menus" by Brett Rector
- Insider interviews Van Ling to gain insight into the process of creating the DVD menus. Plus, we tell you what's in the boxed set.
- "The Artist Strikes Back" by Ron Magid
- "A Subject of the Divine" by Abel Peña
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- The readers have spoken, and we shall answer.
- "Skywalking: News from Around the Galaxy"
- Special report from Comic-Con International.
- "Jedi Library" by Jason Fry
- Peek around the corners of 20 locales from the original three films in Inside the World of Star Wars Trilogy.
- "Drawn By The Force" by Dan Wallace
- "Technical Readout" by Christopher Trevas
- "Ask the Master" by Pablo Hidalgo
- Han Solo is certainly one of the galaxy's most notorious smugglers. Who knew his vest was just as notorious?
- "Scouting the Galaxy" by Steve Sansweet
- Apparently, spelling matters not—even when referring to a Sith Lord.
- "Jabba's Collectibles" by starwars.Hasbro.com
- New Clone Wars animated figures, Darth Vader voice changer, and more!
- "Anchorhead Arcade" by Justin Lambros
- "The Best of Hyperspace" by Pablo Hidalgo and Bonnie Burton
- The return of everyone's favorite Wookiee—Chewbacca! Plus, George Lucas explains the meaning behind Revenge of the Sith.
- "Bantha Tracks" by Mary Franklin
- To celebrate Halloween, Bantha Tracks features Star Wars costumes from the past and present.
- "Laugh It Up, Fuzzball" by Insider Staff
- DO NOT DISTURB: Genius at work.
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