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Special Issue #23 • ships from Sep 12 2002
News-stand Price UK £4.99 / US $9.99

Apparently they're the best days of your life. Cult Times collects together 16 of the best and brightest TV places of learning and rates them.

• Sunnydale, Smallville and Roswell High
• Springfield and South Park Elementary
• Wonder Woman's Paradise Island
• and many more!

Plus all these features…

• Star of the show Tom Welling talks about his first year of playing the young Clark Kent, the relationship between Clark, Lex Luthor and Lana Lang, and how much he's enjoying it all so far.

School love is in the air…Roswell
• With the series now over, we tracked down executive producer Jason Katims to take a look back on three years of alien antics and consider what he achieved.

Happy witch daysSabrina the Teenage Witch
• Executive producer Paula Hart provides the lowdown on the upcoming seventh season, which thankfully still features Salem, our favourite convincing talking cat.

Graduating smilesBuffy The Vampire Slayer
Cult Times takes a look back at Buffy's school days and considers what might be in store for her sister Dawn as she starts her first year at the rebuilt Sunnydale High.

a selection of chart hits as some of the acts who've played at Buffy nightspot The Bronze join a battle of the bands!

• We take on a tricky interview with D'Argo's alter ego Anthony Simcoe, as we desperately try to prise information on Season Four out of him, learn what he thinks of his fellow cast members and hear of his desire to join Home and Away.

• She's not quite her former self, but she's bigger, tougher and stronger! Laura Bertram talks us through the changes in the character of Trance Gemini and looks ahead to further surprises in the third season.

Mutant X
• The lovely and gorgeous Lauren Lee Smith, aka Emma deLauro, talks about her first year of work on the genetic mutant action-drama and remembers some of her favourite moments, incuding the scene where she beat people up with a handbag.

Wolf Lake
• Visit the unusual town where many of the locals have a dark secret: they're shapeshifters with the ability to transform into wolves. Executive producer Alex Gansa and star Lou Diamond Phillips talk about the short-lived but critically-acclaimed drama show.

Cleopatra 2525
• The series may be over, but Cleopatra herself, Jennifer Sky, is as enthusiastic about it as ever! We look back on fighting, running, screaming and stripping in the year 2525.

Images taken from this issue are copyright or courtesy of: UPN, Warner Bros

All other contents © Visual Imagination 2002. Not for reproduction

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