I was just going through all my old issues of the Fan Club magazines (in their various incarnations) and discovered a few things.
First, I am missing issue #12 of the original Bantha Tracks! I remember that this one had Boba Fett on the front cover. If anyone is ready to depart with their collection, or just that one , please let me know. I also have only the 1-4 compilation issue and not the original 1-4, so that would be a plus too.
So except for issue #12, I have 1-33. 33 was listed as "Summer 1986." To anyone's knowledge, was that the last official "Bantha Tracks" before the club changed? Is there a #34 and beyond?
I have issues 5-11. Clearly, I'm missing 1-4 so again, I'd like to get ahold of them someday. But was there a #12 and beyond?
STAR WARS KIDS
I have the Sampler Issue dated Sept/Oct 98 and the Nov/Dec issue dated 1998 and the Winter 2000. Were there anymore?
I have the Premier issue dated April 2000 as well as #2 and #3. Were there more?
STAR WARS INSIDER (version 1)
I have #24-#29. Were there issues #1-#23 or did the Fanclub merely pickup where they left off from the LucasFilm Fan Club magazine? I ask because I thought that I joined the new FanClub with this magazine right away, so missing 23 issues seems unlikely.
And was there an issue #30? I ask because VERSION 2 of the magazine (new layout) begins with issue #31 in my collection. It's possible of course that I just got screwed and they didn't send me an issue #30 during the changeover, but I just don't know.
STAR WARS INSIDER (version 2)
Begins in my collection with issue #31 and currently goes to issue #77. Issue #44 is labeled wrong on the cover of the magazine as issue #39, which caused a bit of confusion on my part until I found the truth on the inside credits. I am also missing issue #59. Was there an issue #59 or did they again screw me out of an issue?
I have issue #0 which was given away for the AOTC IMAX edition. I didn't go back to check, but I think that this was the lead in for the "dual magazine" thing they did with BT on the back and upside down of the Insider.