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VI DIRECT Catalog : Starburst : Starburst 1998

Starburst #244, December 1998 Starburst #244, December 1998
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Star Trek: Insurrection – Director / star Jonathan Frakes and writer Michael Piller talk in 12 photo-packed pages. Star Wars Episode 1 – Liam Neeson and Ewan McGregor on becoming Jedi Knights. Seven Days – 1998's best newcomer? Executive Producer Chris Crowe on his time-travel series. Vampires are hip again: Sarah Michelle Gellar on stardom as Buffy The Vampire Slayer and Stephen Dorff on Blade villainy. Plus Babylon 5's finale Sleeping in Light previewed.
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Starburst #243, November 1998 Starburst #243, November 1998
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Babylon 5 – behind the scenes on River of Souls. Star Trek: Insurrection – production designer Herman Zimmermann's greatest challenge? New season SFTV: The Crow, Mercy Point, and Lance Henriksen on Millennium. Lisa Howard previews Earth: Final Conflict's second year. Darren McGavin on Kolchak, The X-Files and Millennium, plus Lone Gunman Bruce Harwood. Small Soldiers – FX secrets from Joe Dante's toy fantasy. Peter Weir on The Truman Show.
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Starburst #242, October 1998 Starburst #242, October 1998
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Star Trek: Voyager – 10-pages previewing Season 5 with producer Brannon Braga, Jeri Ryan, Robert Picardo and Tim Russ. Plus first photo-feature on Star Trek 9: Insurrection. New Season TV SF: Total Recall 2070, Highlander: The Raven and more. Bruce Boxleitner on the end of Babylon 5. Martin Landau on his X-Files movie role. Directors Walter Hill on 1999's Supernova, and Jeremiah Chechik on The Avengers.
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Starburst #241, September 1998 Starburst #241, September 1998
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Armageddon – 12-page feature, interviewing star Bruce Willis, director Michael Bay, plus Asteroid FX. Ralph Fiennes and Uma Thurman on becoming Steed and Peel in The Avengers. Frank Spotnitz on transforming The X-Files for moviegoers. Natasha Henstridge on Species II. Colm Meaney anticipates Deep Space Nine's final season, and Carrie Dobro embarks on a Crusade.
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Starburst #240, August 1998 Starburst #240, August 1998
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Godzilla – 12-page in-depth report, interviewing cast, writers, director and effects team. Plus Jeri Taylor on producing Star Trek: Voyager, Steve Buscemi on Armageddon, Lost in Space's amazing FX, Nic Cage on City of Angels, Rob Bowman on helming the X-Files movie, Babylon 5: Crusade update and exclusive pics from A Call to Arms.
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Starburst #239, July 1998 Starburst #239, July 1998
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Orchestrating Armageddon with Michael Bay's blockbuster, plus the effects crew of Deep Impact. Monster-hunting with Matthew Broderick, Godzilla's human co-star. Douglas Adams sets sail on the Starship Titanic. Avengers movie producer Jerry Weintraub previews the film. J Michael Straczynski and Andreas Katsulas on the end of Babylon 5 and the beginning of Crusade. Ed Harris takes us into the mind of Christof, creator of The Truman Show. Deep Space Nine producer Ira Steven Behr previews the series' final year.
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Starburst #238, June 1998 Starburst #238, June 1998
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Chris Owens prepares his first report as X-Files' newcomer Jeffrey Spender. Michael Shanks takes over as Stargate's Daniel Jackson. William Hurt on being Lost in Space's Professor Robinson. Mimic star Mira Sorvino on the genetics of her horror debut. 12 page Babylon 5 feature, with Peter Jurasik on the Long Night of Londo Mollari, Fabiana Udenio on playing the Centauri ambassador's lover, and the view from maintenance men Raymond O'Connor and Lawrence LeJohn. Plus, new BBC sci-fi with Invasion: Earth, and Morgan Freeman prepares for the end of the world in Deep Impact.
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Starburst #237, May 1998 Starburst #237, May 1998
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Summer sci-fi preview! New releases, from The Avengers to Godzilla. Behind the scenes on Babylon 5's 100th episode, and a medical report from Richard Biggs, alias Dr Franklin. Leonard Nimoy returns to sci-fi with a new version of Huxley's Brave New World; plus an interview with Borg Queen Alice Krige. The X-Files on tour with the travelling Expo display. Plus, Crow director Alex Proyas unveils the surreal Dark City, Deep Rising star Kevin J O'Connor and Jerry O'Connell on Sliders' fourth season.
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Starburst #236, April 1998 Starburst #236, April 1998
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Star Trek producer Rick Berman reveals plans for the ninth film. The X-Files moves to the big screen – we reveal the first leaks from the set. How Buffy The Vampire Slayer's move from cinema to tv succeeded. Writer-turned-director Stephen Gallagher brings his thriller Oktober to tv. Sphere star Samuel L Jackson interviewed. Mira Furlan on Babylon 5's last minute reprieve for a fifth season, and Robin Atkin Downes on rebel telepath Byron. Plus, the future of genetics in Gattaca, and the animated Spawn.
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Starburst #235, March 1998 Starburst #235, March 1998
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Reinventing Lost in Space: Gary Oldman and writer Akiva Goldsman reveal the 1990's shape of the space family Robinson. Lisa Howard debates the loyalties of Earth: Final Conflict's Lili Marquette. Kevin Costner delivers epic tale The Postman, and Godzilla comes to New York. Casper Van Dien: From life as a Starship Trooper to the latest Tarzan. Millennium star Megan Gallagher, hoping for a more active role in season 2. Star trek producer Herb Solow recalls the struggle to establish the original series.


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Starburst #234, February 1998 Starburst #234, February 1998
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Peek inside the mechanics of the Star Trek Experience – the closest thing to Starfleet in our time. Nicholas Lea delves into the treacherous activities of the X-Files' agent Krycek. Babylon 5 director David J Eagle on season 4 opener Hour of the Wolf. Part 2 of Ed Neumeier's glimpse behind the scenes on Starship Troopers. Giving the Xenomorph a CGI make-over for Alien: Resurrection. Realistic sci-fi from the Isle of Man with British series Space Island One. Kevin Sorbo and Lucy Lawless on the new directions of Xena and Hercules.


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Starburst #233, January 1998 Starburst #233, January 1998
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Starship Troopers writer Ed Neumeier on the perils of adapting Heinlein's classic novel. Joss Whedon reveals how he resurrected Ripley for the fourth Alien movie, and brought Buffy to the small screen. Director Peter Hewitt cuts the Borrowers down to size. Majel Barrett Roddenberry introduces her late husband's creation – Earth: Final Conflict. Plus, the origins of Star Trek: The Next Generation, directing Babylon 5, and the return of Blake's 7 in radio play the Sevenfold Crown.


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VI DIRECT Catalog : Starburst : Starburst 1998

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