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August 7th, 2008, 07:44 PM
From Imagine Publishing (http://www.scifinow.co.uk/latest_back_issues.html):


SciFi Now Magazine Issue # 18 (http://www.scifinow.co.uk/forum/viewtopic.php?t=1904&highlight=issue)


Officially on sale 7th August, SciFi Now Issue 18 is the latest issue of the UK's fastest growing and biggest science fiction magazine. Here's a small taster of what's in store in our huge 148 page issue.


• Brave New Worlds - Exclusive interviews with Amanda Tapping and Chris Judge for the release of Stargate Continuum.

• Our news this month brings you the latest on cinema trends, the lowdown on the best films coming your way soon, and a look at the newest developments in genre TV.

• We take a look at how the internet has changed both studio perception of and interaction with fans.

• An exclusive set access and cast interviews feature in our big red feature on Big Red - Hellboy II: The Golden Army.

• Chewing the fat with two of the most high profile writers in Hollywood today - Roberto Orci and Alex Kurtzman.

• SciFiNow does Auto Trader - in the way that only we can, by profiling the best cars of the genre.

• A Force-powered mega-feature on one of the most divisive films this year - The Clone Wars.

• Unleaded is for wimps! Our own preview of Vin Diesel's return to science fiction with Babylon AD.

• The most trustworthy reviews of the latest film and DVD releases.

• One on one with the master of sci-fi pilots, David Nutter.

• A wealth of book, comic and graphic novel reviews.

• It's all very Freudian, really: The year of 1956, Doomwatch, The Ring and a suitably complete tribute to Stan Winston head up this month's Timewarp.

• The Fanboys section continues to cover all the hottest convention and memorabilia news, including a guide to the novels of Star Trek Voyager.

• We nitpick our way through Santa Carla with The Lost Boys.

• Our history of literary sci-fi this month has an in depth look at a master of the genre - William Gibson.

• Also included, our indispensable guide to this month's essential sci-fi viewing.

• And all you could want from the UK's premiere science fiction, horror, fantasy and cult magazine.

Chevron seven is locked, and issue 18 goes through the wormhole into all good newsagents on 7th August!

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August 8th, 2008, 11:01 AM
Just got my copy - Thanks for the heads up.