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Cover Date: April 2000
Cover Price: Free
Issue Tagline: None.
Format: Color; Webcomic; 37 pages
This is a version of the following issue:
Jawa Force (1997) #3 - Manifesto
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Letters Column: Caught in the tentacles of Q-T1P!
This issue, quite apart from its predecessor, gives rather more detailed credits. Most listed below are taken directly from the issue. However, as no colorist credit is given, it is assumed to be that given at the fancomics section of theforce.net, where the whole run was housed as of February 2006. Stephanie Chan's credit, there, is actually that of "flatter", which is a part of the coloring process.
Additionally, this issue gives a credit that is not easily housed within our database. Buck Matheson joins the title as the "postwork" artist, and Morgan Purdie supplies additional help in this area. The "postwork", or SFX, was quite important to this issue, as layout artist Dave Myatt relied heavily on the "rack focus" effect to achieve a more "filmic" look to the issue.
According to file creation dates, the pages were delivered April 2000.
This issue is quite a departure from the earlier two, and would set the tone for the remainder of the issue. Starting here, the book has a glossier, more professional look, and the plotting frees itself from Episode IV, which had been the spine of issues 1 and 2. From this point forward, the book really starts to examine the lives of the Jawas and the Tatooine Imperial garrison, with much fewer references to characters from the films. To be sure, the idea of tying the events on Tatooine to the foci of the Star Wars myth is not over after this issue, but just as the Episode IV moves off Tatooine, so, too, do the major characters, leaving the Jawas more firmly in the spotlight.
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