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issue 257

ships from 6 Dec 99

UK £3.25 / US $5.99

Arnie gets Satan behnd himEnd of Days
• Schwarzenegger is back! Triumphing over heart surgery and the critical mauling of Batman and Robin, Arnie's here to save the world from Satan’s marriage plans. Plus, director Peter Hyams and writer Andrew W Malone talk about freshening up the movie with an injection of emotion

FarscapeFarscape
• Producers Rockne S O’Bannen and David Kemper introduce the Moya’s mis-matched crew, and the course they’ll be charting in the bizarre Space Opera’s second season • More...

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Glenn Quinn, Angel's semi-demonAngel
As the mysterious half-demon Doyle, actor Glenn Quinn provides the tortured vampire with a sense of purpose. "He's definitely helping Angel to help himself..." says Quinn

Star Trek: Voyager
• After 12 years in the 24th Century, designer Richard James is still enthralled by the opportunities on offer as the starship Voyager explores strange new worlds

First Wave
• As the Gua invasion enters its second year, creator Chris Brancanto and star Sebastian Spence reveal how things are going to get more tricky for Cade Foster...

Seven Days
• The Back step project is relocating to Canada, explains actress Justina Vail, for a second season which will let the characters shine

Beastmaster
• Daniel Goddard talks to the animals - and Starburst - about his role as jungle protector Dar

Mystery Men
• Comedian Ben Stiller reveals his secret identity as Miracle City’s Mr Furious - and a closet Star Trek Fan

Dogma
• Kevin Smith opens the book of revelations on his Catholic thriller

PLUS!
 Things to Come The latest despatches from our world-spanning network of correspondents, including news of an Arnie-less return for the Terminator and an American relaunch for Ultraviolet

 In the latest Movie Reviews by Alan Jones:
  • Sleepy Hollow
  • The World is not Enough
  • Dogma
  • The Astronaut’s Wife
 TV View: Ian Spelling shares his views on the latest genre TV shows this winter: Now and Again, Star Trek: Voyager, The X-Files and the new season of Buffy

 Plus our regular Video, Bookshelf, Cybertech and Soundtrack review columns, the latest DVD releases, and John Brosnan’s views on the latest movie releases.

Pictures taken from this issue are copyright: Buena Vista, Sci-Fi Channel, Lion's Gate, Sue Schneider / Moonglow Photos, Visual Imagination

All other contents © Visual Imagination 2000. Not for reproduction.