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Celebrating 100 Episodes of Buffy
A follow-up (of sorts) to 1999's sell-out Buffy Special

The Buffy 100 – Ten Moments onlineBuffy from our Top 100
• After 100 episodes, it seemed like as good a time as any to choose 100 of the funniest, saddest, or just plain dramatic episodes from Buffy The Vampire Slayer. Broken down into character moments and stylistic ones, we run down a century of the best reasons to watch the ever-popular series.
• Plus fold-out poster (See below)

Farscape
Farscape
• After the upheavals of Season Two, what comes next for the crew of Moya? We examine their past, present and future and try to work out its chances of making it as far as 100 episodes

Roswell
Roswell's Max and Liz • Our Out of the Box-style episode guide this time takes a look at the opening two years of Roswell, with an overview looking at the series' genesis in the Roswell High books and its development

Dark Angel
• James Cameron's producing partner Charles Eglee takes us through the ups and downs of the series to date, aided by gorgeous pouting leading lady Jessica Alba

The Invisible Man
• Rapidly growing in popularity now it has reached UK shores, former Stargate man Jonathan Glassner discusses taking the helm of Darien Fawkes' adventures from the end of Season One and on into Season Two

The X-Files at 100
• Examining other hundredth episodes, we check out the aftermath of Mulder's faked death with an in-depth look at Season Five's Redux

Star Trek: The Next Generation at 100
As TNG reached its centennial, there was war afoot. Join us as we decide (with a bit of help from Picard) who should be the head of the Klingon High Council. It won't be pretty...

ALSO IN THIS ISSUE:

  • Fold-out poster of Sarah Michelle GellarPoster – A gigantic fold-out poster of Miss Buffy (Sarah Michelle Gellar) Summers to celebrate her century
  • Buffy & SG-1 music
    Celebrity son Joel Goldsmith talks about following in his father's footsteps as he carves a niche for himself in the world of incidental music for Stargate...
  • ... while Four Star Mary explain how they got involved with Buffy The Vampire Slayer, and why James Marsters is cooler than Seth Green. Sorry, Oz fans...
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