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VI DIRECT Catalog : Starburst : Starburst Specials 30 - 39

Starburst Special #39, Winter: Star Trek Insurrection 1999 Starburst Special #39, Winter: Star Trek Insurrection 1999
(Reference #S39)
Four Insurrection stars talk: Patrick Stewart, Brent Spiner, newcomer Donna Murphy and villainous F. Murray Abraham. Supremo Rick Berman on the past. present and future of Trek, and Voyager's Neelix (Ethan Phillips). 30+ pages of new Trek! Also: farewell Babylon 5 with Jerry Doyle and Richard Biggs, looking on to Crusade. Terry Pratchett talks. Buffy Season 1 guide & star comments. Classic Sci-Fi – Gil Gerard on Buck Rogers, Richard Hatch on Battlestar Galactica.
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Starburst Special #38, Yearbook (1998/99) Starburst Special #38, Yearbook (1998/99)
(Reference #S38)
Star Trek: Insurrection – LeVar Burton on Geordi's unique views, and directing Voyager's milestone Timeless (8-page feature). All 1998's major Sci-Fi films and TV in retrospect. Fantasticon 98 covered with DSN, Voyager and Babylon 5 stars. Inside Babylon 5 – a three-day on-set diary from the final season. 35 Reasons to celebrate Doctor Who at 35. Plus Blade and What Dream May Come's writers, Earth: Final Conflict's new leading man and our 1999 Movie Preview.
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Starburst Special #37, Star Trek 1998 Starburst Special #37, Star Trek 1998
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Interviews galore! Nicole de Boer on joining Deep Space Nine as the new Dax. DeForest Kelley reflects on Classic Trek. Plus Denise Crosby (Tasha Yar), John de Lancie (Q) and Robert Beltran (Voyager's Chakotay). Over 50 pages of Trek including DSN Season Six and Voyager Season Four guides. Plus: Planet of the Apes 30th Anniversary, Stephen King interviewed, Stephen Furst on Babylon 5's Vir, Sliders creator Tracy Tormι, Derek de Lint on Poltergeist: the Legacy, Vincenzo Natali on Cube...
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Starburst Special #36, Summer 1998 Starburst Special #36, Summer 1998
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Ben Affleck and Jerry Bruckheimer on Armageddon. Lost in Space gets cinematic: 26-page section, interviews with director Stephen Hopkins, stars Mimi Rogers and Heather Graham. Duchovny, Anderson and Carter reveal X-Files movie secrets. Plus Godzilla re-designed, 2001 thirty years on, exclusive Mimic artwork amd Guillermo del Toro interview.
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Starburst Special #35, Babylon 5 1998 Starburst Special #35, Babylon 5 1998
(Reference #S35)
On set for season five and and the TV movie Thirdspace. J Michael Straczynski looks to the future of the B5 universe as the series comes to an end. New recruit Tracy Scoggins, departing star Jason Carter and regular villain Walter Koenig report in. The spoof script – the full story how J Michael Straczynski conned the cast. Morden and Londo head-to-head. Producer John Copeland, and directors John Flinn and Jesus Trevino interviewed . Plus, Earth: Final Conflict's Leni Parker, Nightman creator Glen A Larson, Bond composer David Arnold, special effects supremo Doug Trumball and the first glimpse of Godzilla!
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Starburst Special #34, Yearbook (1997/98) Starburst Special #34, Yearbook (1997/98)
(Reference #S34)
X-Files producers Glen Morgan and James Wong look back on their contributions to Mulder and Scully's casebook. Babylon 5 star Jerry Doyle explains what happened to Mr Garibaldi in the fourth season. Star Trek: Voyager's sexy new star Jeri Ryan interviewed. Star Trek script co-ordinator Lolita Fatjo unveils the producers' plans for 1998. The 'history' of science fiction – a run down of events which should have happened by now, from the Cyberman invasion of 1986 to Judgement Day in 1997. Chloe Annett reflects on her roles in Red Dwarf and Crime Traveller, and Robert Llewellyn recalls writing for his mechanoid alter-ego Kryten. Sigourney Weaver discusses Ripley's resurrection. Plus, the year's film and TV recalled, the make-up of Men in Black and the mythology of Star Wars.


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Starburst Special #33, X-Files 1997 Starburst Special #33, X-Files 1997
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Digging deep into The X-Files. The Cigarette Smoking Man, William B Davis leaks some secrets. Leonard Betts talks about his 'cancer eating' monster. How to find the X-Files set. Howard Gordon on his contribution on the show. Shape shifting bad guy, Brian Thompson. Season Four episode guide. Lone Gunmen Langly. Tucker Smallwood on his Cult TV days in The X-Files and Space: Above and Beyond. James Wong and Glen Morgan talk about Season Two of Millennium. Also, A Martinez on Profiler. Frank Bach on Dark Skies. The future of Invasion. Ann Robinson looks at The Was of the Worlds. A look at the new-look Season Four with Jerry Ryan. Random extra, Cameron, on her Trek days. Report from Dragoncon '97. We talk to LEXX creators Lex Gigeroff and Jeffrey Hirschfield. Babylon 5 producer John Copeland on final ever episode, Sleeping in Light.


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Starburst Special #32, Star Trek 1997 Starburst Special #32, Star Trek 1997
(Reference #S32)
Walter Koenig, talks about his roles in Star Trek as Chekov and Babylon 5 as Bester. Deep Space Nine Season Five episode guide. Robert Duncan McNeill talks about his directing and why Voyager is so good. Michael Dorn, LeVar Burton, Marina Sirtis, James Cromwell, Alfre Woodard, Jonathan Frakes and Rick Berman all discuss the action blockbuster, First Contact. Chase Masterson on her role as Dabo girl Leeta. EMH Robert Picardo on his Voyager role. We visit Riverside, Iowa, birthplace of James T Kirk. Voyager Season Three episode guide. Also, Jeremy Bullock on Star Wars. The Shining mini-series. The X-Files and Dana Scully. Robert Davi on Profiler. Erin Gray on Buck Rogers. Discworld. Babylon 5. Toys and TV merchandise.


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Starburst Special #31, Outer Space 1997 Starburst Special #31, Outer Space 1997
(Reference #S31)
Outer Space Special. The 20th anniversary of Steven Spielberg's classic Close Encounters of the Third Kind. Let Peter Mayhew win, playing the Wookie in Star Wars. ILM's Tom Hutchinson on the Star Wars Special Edition. Kenny Baker talks about the pivotal role R2-D2 played in saving the galaxy. Gary Lockwood on the part he played in the Star Trek pilot, Where No Man Has Gone Before. Looking at the Mulder Scully relationship. Armin Shimerman on playing Quark. The Secrets of Space Jam. Eric Pierpoint on Alien Nation. The controversial film Crash. Ed Bishop on UFO. Chris Ross on his genre credits. Preview of Starship Troopers, 1996 Cult TV poll results. Doctor Who's K9. Patrica Tallman, Lyta Alexander, on Babylon 5.


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Starburst Special #30, Yearbook (1996/97) Starburst Special #30, Yearbook (1996/97)
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Can UK TV Sci-Fi stand up to its American counterparts? Also, we take a look at US TV for 1996. The best Sci-Fi films of 1996. The X-Files goes from strength to strength in 1996. Bruce Willis has a change of pace in Twelve Monkeys. Brannon Braga on First Contact. Claudia Christian on Babylon 5 and her cult status. Millennium, inspired TV or gratuitous fear-fest? Matt Frewer on Lawnmower Man 2. Director John Lasseter on Toy Story. Doctor Who in 1996. Escape from LA, cast and crew interviews. Independence Day, an epic movie.


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VI DIRECT Catalog : Starburst : Starburst Specials 30 - 39

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