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morjana
February 13th, 2006, 11:36 AM
From the SFX Magazine February e-mail newsletter:


http://www.sfx.co.uk/

(SFX is a UK based scifi magazine. In the US, you may order
online from the URL above. Or, check with your local Borders or
Barnes and Noble Bookstores for the magazine. Allow time for the
magazine to be shipped across the pond.)


SFX NEWSLETTER, 13 February 2006

SFX141 - in the shops from Wednesday 15 February


FREE GIFT!
Every issue comes with a free pack of playing cards, to tie-in with
the PC game X3: Reunion.

THIS ISSUE'S CONTENTS:
V FOR VENDETTA
Alan Moore's classic comic book about a terrorist in a totalitarian
Britain is finally about to reach the big screen. We talk to producer
Joel Silver, star Natalie Portman, and David Lloyd (artist on the
original comic).

SUPERMAN RETURNS
We visit the set in Sydney, talk to the producers of the new Supes
movie, and look back at the origins of the Man of Steel.

CHARMED
SFX goes on set for the eighth season of the witchy TV show, and
interviews all three of the stars.

NATHAN FILLION
You voted the star of Serenity the actor of the year, and the sexiest
man in sci-fi; we quiz the man who is Mal. Plus: your chance to win
priceless props from the movie!

DAVID CRONENBERG
The king of "body horror" looks back at a career encompassing such
gruesome gorefests as The Fly and Scanners.

COUCH POTATO
The team gathers on the sofa for a night of viewing with a shrinking
theme... The Incredible Shrinking Man! Fantastic Voyage! Get the idea?

TIME MACHINE
In our regular retrospective slot, SF author Stephen Baxter looks
back at 1956 classic Forbidden Planet.

SPOILER ZONE
All the latest American TV episodes reviewed in our special sealed
section: Alias, Battlestar Galactica, Charmed, Invasion, Lost,
Smallville, Stargate Atlantis, Supernatural and Surface.

PLUS!
Interviews with Smallville's Tom Welling, fantasy author Naomi Novik,
and Rachel Luttrell from Stargate Atlantis.
Writer Mark Gatiss discusses his new Doctor Who story.
David Goyer spills the beans on the forthcoming Blade TV series.
On set on the new Highlander movie.
Reviews of all the latest movies, DVDS, books, comics and
miscellaneous gubbins!

Please note: the Munsters item on page 18 went to press before we
could report the sad news of the passing of actor Al Lewis, who
played Grandpa Munster.



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Morjana