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Special Issue #31 • ships from Sep 9 2004
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Stargate

The show that launched under a cloud of scorn from the creators of the movie that inspired it is sitting pretty after eight years, with a possible movie of its own on the way and a spin-off, Atlantis, recently launched in the States. We pay tribute to the wonderful worlds of Stargate

…with these Stargate SG-1 features:

Richard Dean AndersonRichard Dean Anderson
• We asked star Richard Dean Anderson how he feels about the changes for his character and attempted to keep him in the room long enough to get a straight answer

Michael Shanks
• Still on the team, Michael Shanks is happier than ever to be part of SG-1 and exploring the galaxy. We find out where he's been off to so far this season and where he'd like to go before the year is out

Brad Wright
• The man who helped develop the series for television discusses what's afoot for the eighth season of Stargate SG-1 and talks us through the genesis of, and plan for, new spin-off Stargate Atlantis

Which leads neatly to…

Stargate Atlantis
• The cast and crew talk of their enthusiasm for the show, their hopes that it will perform as well as its parent, and the stories that are coming up in the early part of the opening season

Rainbow Sun Francks
• A strong, silent type on screen, the actor who plays Lt Aiden Ford couldn't be more different. Chirpy, cheeky and always laughing, he's happy to chat about his work on the series so far and his desire to be accepted by the show's fans

Special Effects
• Michele Comens and John Gadjecki reveal some of the secrets of making the Stargate series look so beautiful via the amazing technological magic of computer generated effects

The History of Atlantis
• We searched for the truth about the lost city...

Plus...

Roma MaffiaNip/Tuck
• Bumped up to a regular cast member for the second season, former Profiler star Roma Maffia gives her thoughts on the graphic drama series set in a Miami plastic surgery

WhatJeremiah
• Producer Scott Rosenberg whets our appetites for Season 2, which sees Jeremiah, Kurdy and newcomer Mister Smith dealing with Valhalla Sector and facing an even larger threat…

Andromeda
• Last season saw Captain Dylan Hunt wander off into another universe. Wondering why and what will happen next, we tracked down star and producer Kevin Sorbo to get the lowdown on what's coming up

Six Feet Under
• As the third series continues, executive producer/director Alan Poul hints at some big shocks to come for all of the Fisher family and their friends. But, he promises, there will be some lighter moments as well…

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