Star Wars Insider 60 is the sixtieth issue of Star Wars Insider magazine. It was released to newsstands on June 4, 2002. This issue came packaged with promotional trading cards for the Wizards of the Coast Attack of the Clones trading card game and the Topps Attack of the Clones silver foil-stamped movie card set, while the newsstand version was available in an exclusive polybag.
A picture's worth a thousand words, but nobody can read a movie that vast. Here's some of what you might have missed from the first dozen times you watched Attack of the Clones.
- "Return of the Jedi" Interview by Scott Chernoff
- "Forbidden Love" Interview by Scott Chernoff
- "Journey to the Dark Side" Interview by Scott Chernoff
- "The Plot Thickens" Interview by Scott Chernoff
Take a peek at the novelization, and feast your eyes on some fantastic images from the film.
Sneaky, faithful, or just plain deadly, the droids of Attack of the Clones come in all shapes and sizes.
- "Who's Who in Jabba's Palace" by Daniel Wallace
We take a look at what's in the cards for recent and upcoming Star Wars collecting.
Maybe you recognize him as Dr. Frederick Childon or Vice Principal Scott Guber, but Anthony Heald has more Star Wars acting credits than anyone who appeared in the movies.
Your praise, your corrections, your requests. Why does it always have to be about you, anyway?
Harry Potter, Monsters Inc., Ice Age . . . we know you saw them just for the Star Wars previews.
- "Jawa Trader Catalog"
Don't lose your place in line when the new toys arrive.
- "Action Figure Update"
The new figures have arrived, but they're only the first in a relentless assault on a store near you.
What they lack in accuracy they made up in sheer numbers. Learn how the wizards at Industrial Light & Magic created an army of battle droids.
Spin the wheel, roll the dice, and choose your destiny.
Read about Anakin Skywalker's life before Attack of the Clones, then follow Boba Fett's life afterward.
- "Comics Link" by Daniel Wallace
Not since Mommy Dearest has a hanger been this important to a movie. It's a hangar, you say? Now we get it!
Don't worry, we aren't going to touch your Episode II stuff, so put the lightsaber down, slowly. . . .
- "Crossword" by Michael Selinker
We think there's a hidden message in this one somewhere.
Walking brains and backward alphabets explained.
- "Last Page" by Drew Struzan
The poster. 'Nuff said?
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