Joe Corroney's Clone Wars Widevision Step-By-Step

Bespin refugee - November 15, 2009
On his website, illustrator Joe Corroney leads you through the steps involved in the creation of two of his sketch cards for Topps' The Clone wars Widevision Trading Card set.

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Topps Star Wars: The Clone Wars - Widevision Trading Cards
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Rollo Tomassi - 2008-08-23 @ 1:34 am

Did you see the dimensions on the pasteboard Foot Locker? 6" x 2" x 3". To fit all 100 toys in a size that small they would HAVE to be miniscule. And for $1.98? Even back in the day, common sense would have to prevail.

But it would be interesting to see pics if someone had actually bought one and kept it all these years.

pogoman - 2008-08-05 @ 8:46 pm

damn I always wondered about that too.

Cyberscream - 2008-07-16 @ 12:59 am

I remember seeing that in some old comics I have as an advertisement. Hmm... Hehe. Well anyhow I never had that same army soldier pack.

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