Wednesday, February 18, 2009

Stargate: Universe - SciFi Now Magazine # 25 - Brad Wright/ Robert C. Cooper Interview

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Officially on sale 19 February, SciFiNow issue 25 is the latest issue of the UK's premier science fiction magazine. Here's a small taster of what's in store in our new issue, which includes a free Watchmen DVD loaded with behind-the-scenes content.


• It's a whole new galaxy out there...we talk to Brad Wright and Robert C Cooper in our world exclusive interview about the transition from Stargate Atlantis to Stargate Universe.

• Our news this month brings you the word on the state of genres shows hovering between renewal and cancellation, the lowdown on the best films coming your way soon, and a look at the latest developments in the world of the fantastic.

• Our additional Watchmen preview compliments our previous interview-packed feature by taking a look at the film's long and rocky road to the big screen.

• We talk to Dirk Benedict, of The A-Team and Battlestar Galactica, about Starbuck, his other work in film, and his somewhat...outspoken political viewpoints.

• We also talk to Craig Charles about the new Red Dwarf, the US adaptation, and the possibility of a big screen outing.

• We celebrate the genre SciFiNow style, with our pick of the top 100 moments in science fiction cinema.

• Ever wondered if...? We give our dream cast for a proposed remake of Automan.

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

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

• It was our last, best hope for failed. Our Complete Guide to Babylon 5, however, succeeds where the station itself didn't quite manage King Kong lead our signature Timewarp section.

• The Fanboys section continues to cover all the hottest convention and memorabilia news, including a collector's guide to Halloween.

• We have a field day nitpicking our way through Spider-Man 3.

• Our history of literary horror this month has an in depth look at one of the most controversial figures in literature, religion and modern society as a whole: L Ron Hubbard.

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

The ninth chevron is locked, and issue 25 gates into all good newsagents on 19 February 2009!

Those lucky enough to be subscribers will have made a huge 30% saving, so why not pop on over to our eShop and join them today.

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