Star Wars Insider #211 is going on a tour of Galactic Britain

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Star Wars Insider issue 211 lands Tuesday, June 7 in the US and brings with it a jam-packed edition of the official magazine that includes dives into Obi-Wan Kenobi, the Special Editions, Roger Christian, The High Republic, Dexter Jettster fiction by George Mann, my interview with Simon Paisley-Day and my look at filming locations in Great Britain.

This Insider issue celebrates the 25th anniversary of the release of Star Wars Special Editions, it was a lot of work for those involved, and we celebrate their dedication to the task with an in-depth discussion with some of the creatives who made it possible. Plus, take a tour of Star Wars filming locations in Britain, retrace the turning points in the life of Obi-Wan Kenobi, and discover an all-new and exclusive short story from acclaimed Star Wars author George Mann featuring the Everyone’s favorite galactic leader, Dexter Jettster.

KNOW OBI-WAN KENOBI
As the Jedi Knight-turned-hermit and protector embarks on a new adventure in the Disney+ Obi-Wan Kenobi series, we look back on the character’s life and times to better understand his place in the history of the Star Wars galaxy.

THE SAGA OF SPECIAL EDITIONS
Star Wars Insider is celebrating 25 years since the original trilogy returned to theaters with some special changes.

GALACTIC BRITAIN
Join Insider Tours for a starspeeder journey around the UK mainland and its Star Wars filming locations.

EXCLUSIVE FICTION: “HERITAGE”
Dexter Jettster takes control in a new Star Wars short story from George Mann.

INTERVIEW WITH ROGER CHRISTIAN
The Oscar-winning decorator of A New Hope reveals how a galaxy was built from old scraps and spare parts.

INTERVIEW WITH SIMON PAISLEY-DAY
The Rise of Skywalker actor on his memorable on-screen death at the hands of Supreme Leader Kylo Ren.

THE UPPER REPUBLIC: PHASE I
Insider revisits the first phase of the Lucasfilm Publishing initiative, with insights from Claudia Gray, Justina Ireland, George Mann, Daniel José Older, Cavan Scott and Charles Soule.

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