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VI DIRECT Catalog : Starburst : Starburst 2002

Starburst #293, December 2002 Starburst #293, December 2002
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The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers: The start of Starburst's extensive coverage, with an interview with star Elijah Wood and a look at the battle of Helm's Deep.
Star Trek: Nemesis: Marina Sirtis on the film and the crew's future…
Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets: Director Chris Columbus and the young stars see how they’re set for the years ahead.
Ghost Ship: Star Julianna Margulies talks about her ship-side Horror outing.
Buffy The Vampire Slayer: Danny Strong has moved from playing a 'nerdy guy' to series regular Jonathan.
Bond: 007: Actress Rosamund Pike talks about 007’s cool reception from new Bond girl Miranda Frost.
Plus
Alan Jones takes a look at new cinema releases, with Die Another Day, Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets, 28 Days Later and Death Watch
And
Our usual detailed look at all the new Sci-Fi and Fantasy novels, film and TV releases both new and old on DVD, and we check out the best new computer games, soundtracks and toys…

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Starburst #292A, November - 25 YEARS! (Data) 2002 Starburst #292A, November - 25 YEARS! (Data) 2002
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Happy birthday to us! Starburst is 25 years old!
Star Trek: Brent Spiner: The man behind Data’s pale visage; why he co-wrote the story for the new Star Trek movie Nemesis!
The Matrix Reloaded: With two sequels hitting the screens, the cast tells us what’s to come…
Joss Whedon: Buffy’s writer-producer-director-creator-insomniac Joss Whedon fills us in on future plans, and the effects of behind-the-scenes changes on Angel.
James Bond: This month’s Retrospective feature goes back to the year of Starburst’s birth, 1977, to recall the film that saved 007, The Spy Who Loved Me.
Enterprise: Anthony Montgomery discusses life as helmsman Travis Mayweather.
Time travel: ...in Star Trek.
Plus
Alan Jones takes a look at new UK cinema releases, with Red Dragon, Donnie Darko, Simone, Halloween Resurrection
And
Our usual detailed look at all the new Sci-Fi and Fantasy novels, film and TV releases both new and old on DVD, and we check out the best new computer games, soundtracks and toys…

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Starburst #292, November - 25 YEARS! (Buffy) 2002 Starburst #292, November - 25 YEARS! (Buffy) 2002
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Happy birthday to us! Starburst is 25 years old!
Star Trek: Brent Spiner: The man behind Data’s pale visage; why he co-wrote the story for the new Star Trek movie Nemesis!
The Matrix Reloaded: With two sequels hitting the screens, the cast tells us what’s to come…
Joss Whedon: Buffy’s writer-producer-director-creator-insomniac Joss Whedon fills us in on future plans, and the effects of behind-the-scenes changes on Angel.
James Bond: This month’s Retrospective feature goes back to the year of Starburst’s birth, 1977, to recall the film that saved 007, The Spy Who Loved Me.
Enterprise: Anthony Montgomery discusses life as helmsman Travis Mayweather.
Time travel: ...in Star Trek.
Plus
Alan Jones takes a look at new UK cinema releases, with Red Dragon, Donnie Darko, Simone, Halloween Resurrection
And
Our usual detailed look at all the new Sci-Fi and Fantasy novels, film and TV releases both new and old on DVD, and we check out the best new computer games, soundtracks and toys…

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Starburst #291, New Season 2002 Starburst #291, New Season 2002
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Enterprise: The latest season photos, plus interviews with Scott Bakula and Jolene Blalock
28 Days Later: Director Danny Boyle discusses his violent new Sci-Fi movie
Birds of Prey: Meet the girls who will be the new saviours of the streets for decent, ordinary folk of New Gotham
Firefly: Joss Whedon’s new space adventure launches this month. Our handy guide to the whole team at the helm of the good ship Serenity.
An American Werewolf in London: This month’s Retrospective looks at John Landis’s 1981 comedy shocker
The Dead Zone: Star Anthony Michael Hall talks frankly about the strengths and weaknesses of the show.
Plus
Alan Jones takes a look at new UK cinema releases, with My Little Eye, Lilo and Stitch, Clockstoppers, Insomnia, The Adventures of Pluto Nash
And
Our usual detailed look at all the new Sci-Fi and Fantasy novels, film and TV releases both new and old on DVD, and we check out the best new computer games, soundtracks and toys…

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Starburst #290, October 2002 Starburst #290, October 2002
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James Bond 007 in
Die Another Day
Bond is back, and Starburst visited the Pinewood Studios to tour the set to meet designer Peter Lamont, director Lee Tamahori and stars Pierce Brosnan and Halle Berry.
Harry Potter
Take a look ahead to one of the most eagerly-awaited movies of the autumn as we reveal the latest images from The Chamber of Secrets.
Stephen Baxter and Alastair Reynolds
Two top Science Fiction writers with a passion for the Space programme, Stephen Baxter and Alastair Reynolds, ask, ‘Where are the aliens?'
From Strip to Screen
Concluding part of our definitive history of comic strip adaptations looks ahead to the big superhero films in the pipeline!
Angel’s J August Richards
He came up from the streets and won the heart of the librarian from Pylea. J August Richards discusses his role as Charles Gunn.
Jason and the Argonauts
This month’s Retrospective looks at the epic journey through the stop-motion animation world of Ray Harryhausen made by Jason and the Argonauts.
Plus
Alan Jones, reviewer to the stars, takes a look at new UK cinema releases, with Signs, Spy Kids 2, Frailty, The Eye, The Bunker
And
Our usual detailed look at all the new Sci-Fi and Fantasy novels, film and TV releases both new and old on DVD, and we check out the best new computer games, soundtracks and toys…

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Starburst #289, September 2002 Starburst #289, September 2002
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New 2002/2003 season TV preview
Inside a black sealed-section are all the secrets of the season’s shows, from the latest developments for Buffy and Angel, to the first glimpses of Dina Meyer as Batgirl, one of the Birds of Prey.
Daredevil
Marvel chief Avi Arad, director Mark Steven Johnson and stars Ben Affleck and Jennifer Garner discuss Daredevil!
Reign of Fire
The world faces destruction by dragons in this new movie from X-Files director Rob Bowman starring Christian Bale, who reveal how they’ve set the world alight…
Michelle Trachtenberg
Dawn joins Buffy’s Alma Mater. Michelle Trachtenberg talks monsters, mayhem and maths homework…
Chitty Chitty Bang Bang
This month’s retrospective looks at the all-singing all-dancing Fantasy spectacular of 1966.
Angel
We reunite the Host, Andy Hallett, and the Groosalugg, Mark Lutz to look back at a year with Angel Investigations, and ahead to Season Four
Plus
Alan Jones, reviewer extraordinaire, takes a look at new UK cinema releases, with Men in Black II, Eight Legged Freaks, Scooby-Doo, Stuart Little 2
And
Our usual detailed look at all the new Sci-Fi and Fantasy novels, film and TV releases both new and old on DVD, and we check out the best new computer games, soundtracks and toys…

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Starburst #288, August 2002 Starburst #288, August 2002
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Minority Report – Tom Cruise and Steven Spielberg on crime and punishment in their action-packed futuristic fable. Men in Black 2 – Back to battle a sexy alien menace: we hear from Will Smith, Tommy Lee Jones, Lara Flynn Boyle, director Barry Sonnenfeld… Scooby-Doo – Sarah Michelle Gellar and Matthew Lillard on bringing Daphne and Shaggy to life, as the Mystery Inc team hit the big-screen. The SF movie World Cup – The greatest Sci-Fi movies ever made battle for victory in a unique knock-out tournament. The Saturn Awards – backstage with Ben Browder, Steven Spielberg, Joss Whedon and many more… Krull The bold and imaginative 1983 story of a prince and his battle with is this month’s Retrospective. Plus Alan Jones reviews Minority Report, Imposter, and Jason X; Ian Spelling reviews premieres of The Dead Zone, Odyssey 5 and Farscape season 4, and all our regulars.
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Starburst #287, July 2002 Starburst #287, July 2002
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Spider-Man – we ask the producers how they engineered such enormous success, and track down the webbed wonder’s genius creator, Stan Lee. The Star Wars story – part 3 of our saga history as Lucas prepares the special editions and second trilogy. From Strip to Screen – the best and worst animated adventures of Superman, Batman, Wonder Woman, etc. Farscape – Gigi Edgley (aka the Uncharted Territories’ tart with a heart) looks ahead to Season 4, plus Lani Tupu, Farscape’s Pilot, shares a few hints on the future for Moya and her crew. The Abyss – the watery epic from James Cameron which we prefer to Titanic is this month’s Retrospective. Reviews include Alan Jones on Attack of the Clones & Spider-Man, and Ian Spelling on The X-Files & Roswell's series finales. Plus: first pictures from The Matrix Reloaded, Daredevil, and the new seasons of Farscape and Stargate!
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Starburst #286, June 2002 Starburst #286, June 2002
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Cover: a Jedi trio from Star Wars – Attack of the Clones. The inside story on Episode II from stars Hayden Christensen, Natalie Portman and Ewan McGregor plus George Lucas. Plus The Star Wars story – part 2 of our saga history covers 1980-92. Spider-Man – Tobey Maguire, Kirsten Dunst, Willem Dafoe and director Sam Raimi reveal all about the wallcrawler’s movie debut. Angel – as Season 3 winds down, we catch up with all the regulars, including David Boreanaz, Alexis Denisof and Charisma Carpenter. Moonraker – Our retrospective reveals the facts behind the most outlandish James Bond mission of all… Stargate SG-1 – Michael Shanks tells his side of the story behind his departure from the show. Plus Alan Jones on The Scorpion King, Blade 2, Dragonfly, Resident Evil and Rollerball.
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Starburst #285, May 2002 Starburst #285, May 2002
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Very Short Supply

Spider-Man – we detail the greatest (and less great) moments of the wallcrawler’s 40-year history. Plus! In our first preview of the movie, a few words with the cast and crew… Men in Black 2 – As the boys return to protect us from that scum of the Universe, we tour the set with director Barry Sonnenfeld. Star Wars – counting down the days until Episode II, we look back with Part 1 of a guide to the entire history of the saga. New realities – Authors Jon Courtenay Grimwood (Effendi) and Kim Stanley Robinson (Years of Rice and Salt) on creating alternate histories. The Time Tunnel – Operation Tic-Toc revealed: all the facts on Irwin Allen’s classic Time Travel TV show in our ‘By Numbers’ feature. Flash Gordon – Retrospective on the madcap production of this 1980’s high-camp movie extravaganza… Plus Alan Jones on Queen of the Damned, Ian Spelling on The X-Files, Buffy and Alias, and all our regular sections.
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Starburst #284, April 2002 Starburst #284, April 2002
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SORRY SOLD OUT

Buffy The Vampire Slayer – James Marsters on raunchy on-screen relations with Ms Summers as former small town terror Spike. Blade 2 – as the vampire-hunter returns, we speak to director Guillermo del Toro, writer David Goyer and co-star Ron Perlman. Stargate SG-1 – Amanda Tapping reflects on Michael Shanks' departure, and Major Sam's short-lived lust in space. Superheroes: From Script to Screen – Part 3 of Steve Lyons and Chris Howarth's series covers the colonisation of TV. The Scorpion King – Dwayne Johnson, aka the Rock, and Sherri Howard on this first Pharoah spin-off from The Mummy saga. Retrospective on: V: the 1983 series – The Visitors are our Friends, they say. Plus Alan Jones on The One, K-PAX and Jimmy Neutron: Boy Genius, Ian Spelling on the latest Enterprise, Roswell and Buffy, and all our regular sections.
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Starburst #283, March 2002 Starburst #283, March 2002
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Angel Season 3 – Tour the City of Angel with Jim Smith's assessment of the series with soul, plus its best and worst episodes so far… Monsters, Inc. – Pixar triumph again! Hear from John Lasseter, director Pete Docter, voice stars Billy Crystal, Steve Buscemi etc. Mothman Prophecies – Supernatural disaster warnings investigated with Richard Gere, Laura Linney, and Will Patton. Mutant X – meet Victoria Pratt, Forbes March, Lauren Lee Smith & Victor Webster from the genetically enhanced team. Red Dwarf by numbers – Catch up on events in our often contradictory guide to the crew's comedy adventures. Batman – Party like it's 1989 in our Retrospective on Tim Burton's return of the caped crusader to his roots. Plus all our regular sections including Alan Jones on Hearts in Atlantis and 13 Ghosts, Ian Spelling on Smallville, Buffy, and Enterprise.
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Starburst #282, February 2002 Starburst #282, February 2002
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HG Wells and The Time Machine: before the 2002 movie arrives, we survey Wells' screen history. Lord of the Rings – More Middle-earth talk with Ian McKellen, Liv Tyler, and director Peter Jackson. 8 pages, with new pics! The X-Files – Robert Patrick and Annabeth Gish take a mission debriefing. Andromeda – gentle flesh-eater Rev Bem, alias Brent Stait, on his own departure. Farscape – A special Q&A with Ben Browder, Gigi Edgley, Anthony Simcoe, Lani Tupu, Claudia Black, Wayne Pygrum plus Brian Henson and producer David Kemper. Superhero serials – part 2 of From Strip to Screen: How newspaper cartoons spawned screen heroes in the 1930s and 40s. Reviews include Alan Jones on The Fellowship of the Ring, The Mothman Prophecies, Monsters Inc. and Dog Soldiers, plus Ian Spelling on The X-Files, Angel, and Enterprise episodes.
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Starburst #281, January 2002 Starburst #281, January 2002
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SORRY SOLD OUT
Lord of the Rings – As the trilogy gets underway in cinemas, get the inside word from six of the Fellowship, plus Ian Holm, Christopher Lee, director Peter Jackson and more. Farscape – In an exclusive interview, Ben Browder discusses life as Crichton and, er, Crichton. The Prisoner – a definitive, by-numbers guide to this silly, sophisticated, pompous, profound Sixties TV hit. The One – James Wong on directing his high-energy action fantasy, and working with a million Jet Lis. Better read than dead – top novelists China Miéville and Ken MacLeod discuss life, the universe and socialism. Alien 3 – our Retro feature asks: with such a tortuous production, how did David Fincher's film ever get finished? Q & A – Enterprise's comms officer Linda Park opens a hailing frequency for our back-page questionnaire. Reviews include Alan Jones on From Hell and Harry Potter & the Philosopher's Stone; Ian Spelling on episodes of Angel, Buffy, The Tick & The X-Files. Plus Bookshelf, Videofile etc…
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