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Cult Times #76 • ships from Dec 20 UK £3.25, US $5.99
• In the January 2002 Cult Times - these kinds of things:

Enterprise
• Scott Bakula takes us on a journey through the wonderful world of the new Star Trek series - premiering in the UK this month - showing us all the points of interest along the way

Plus, on The Guest List…
• A Broken Bow Special! We speak to Gary Graham and Thomas Kopache about their Vulcan roles in the Enterprise pilot

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Angel's Amy AckerAngel
• Right said Fred... Newcomer Amy Acker explains the joys and traumas of joining Angel Investigations for Season Three, and looks back over her Horror-filled past

Buffy. You might actually know her.Buffy The Vampire Slayer
• As the new series kicks off on Sky, we take a spoiler-packed trip along the route to adulthood with the characters. What could their fates be by the end of Season Six?

Hitch-Hiker Simon JonesThe Hitch Hiker's Guide to the Galaxy
• The irrepressible Simon Jones looks back at his alter ego Arthur Dent's life on TV and radio and reminisces about the quirks of his old friend Douglas Adams

Dark AngelDark Angel
• Max is back on UK TV, and so is the only friend who knows her true nature: tough-talking flatmate Original Cindy. Find out how things change for Season Two from Valarie Rae Miller

Millennium
• Lance Henriksen talks about three seasons of Millennium, a silly X-Files follow-up episode and the wonderful world of his own hand-crafted pottery. Which you can even win, from us - or buy here! Hey, it's Christmas. We're feeling kind.
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plus these things and such -
  • Instant Guide
    ... to Dark Angel, a journey into a future where things aren't as good as we might hope, but where a fight is underway to make life better
  • Times Past
    Our regular reviewer looks forward to some hot girl-on-girl action in the last two-part story for Xena... and is sadly disappointed
  • Out of the Box
    All the lovely programmes for the new year, including newcomers Buffy, Angel, Alias, Enterprise, Smallville and the world premiere of the first two of Season Three's final four Farscapes! Are you with us so far?
  • File Under... Sliders
    Tying in with Sci-Fi's marathon screening of Season One, we look back to the pilot of the series and examine how the show changed over its five years
  • News - behind the screens
    Buffy gets edited, cameos are revealed for the new Star Trek movie, The X-Files gets a new mystery - where are its viewers going? - and Roswell looks likely to fall to the might of Superman
  • Your Letters: Determined to make Michael Shanks return for another year? Want to tell us we've omitted an entire programme? Keen to say how lovely we are? Then drop Cult Times a line!
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