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Nov 2001, #74 • ships from Oct 23 • UK £3.25, US $5.99 FEATURE GUIDE BEST TV

• In this issue of Cult Times, not only:

LEXX
• We get the vaguely human crew (Michael McManus, Xenia Seeberg and Brian Downey) into a room and question them about the final Earth-set season of the off-centre Sci-Fi show. How will it all end? And why would watching it backwards help? Read an extract

Zh'aan and D'Argo, Farscape S3Farscape
• Producer/writers Richard Manning and David Kemper on their third season plans. Why have they shaken up the cast, and why should this season's finale be even more shocking?

Mutant X featuring John Shea (right) Mutant X
• John Shea, formerly Lex Luthor of Lois & Clark fame, turns his hand to heroing in Sky One's latest new addition, an entirely non-X-Men-related group of protected superheroes

Vic Mortimer and Dervla Kirwan from Gareth Roberts' Pain KillersRandall & Hopkirk (Deceased)
• The second series has seen some new penslingers in town. Gareth Roberts reveals how he made the transition from writing Doctor Who novels to undead entertainment

Urban Gothic
• Channel 5's bloodthirsty Horror show returns for nine new nightmarish visions and we were on set to talk to the team behind it!

But also -
  • Instant Guide
    ... to Now and Again, the everyday story of a man who is killed by a train and has his brain transplanted into a genetically-engineered body to work as a secret agent. But really just wants his family back. Read the guide here
  • Times Past
    We take a second look at Andromeda to see how far it has come since its Season One beginnings
  • Out of the Box
    In print: all the programme information for November, plus highlights, what's out to buy and our reviews telling what to get and what to avoid
  • File Under...
    • We put the latest version of The Invisible Man under the microscope and discover that it has plenty to see in its pilot episode
  • On The Guest List…
    Michele Morand makes pregnancy work for her in Andromeda and Kari Matchett hides herself under Taelon make-up in Earth: Final Conflict
  • News - behind the screens
    Enterprise makes a big splash, Michael Shanks leaves Stargate SG-1, Roswell runs into ratings trouble again and Channel 4 compiles a list of top Sci-Fi shows....
  • Your Letters: Burning questions you need an answer to? Something you have to get off your chest? Then write to us!
    [email protected].

Please note: Pictures taken from this issue are copyright: Sci-Fi, Salter St. Films, Universal/WTTV, The Henson Company, Tribune Entertainment, CBS , Bravo

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