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Issue 271ships from 6 FebUK £3.25 / US $5.99 FEATURE NEWS REVIEWS

IN THIS ISSUE OF STARBURST:
12 FEATURES - IT'S FULL OF STARS!

Exclusive: The Lone Gunmen: here's looking at youThe Lone Gunmen
• Aiming for a different target audience this time? Chris Carter and the stars of The Lone Gunmen reveal why this spin-off is in a world far removed from that of The X-Files... Excerpts online

Gillian Anderson
• Now without Mulder at her side, Agent Scully faces the truth in prime position on The X-Files. Gillian Anderson shares her thoughts and feelings on Season 8, and her acclaimed role in The House of Mirth...

Plus The B-Team
• If Scully and Angel can do it... Starburst considers the rules for successful sci-fi sidekicks

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David Boreanaz, well-lit for onceDavid Boreanaz
Angel star David Boreanaz talks candidly to Starburst about moving out of Buffy's shadows and into the limelight of his own show - plus divorce, dogs and golf...

Jeri Ryan gets her teeth out in Dracula 2000Jeri Ryan
• From drawing in viewers to drawing out blood, our favourite Borg talks about her transition to a vampire in Dracula 2000, plus her hopes for life after Voyager

Claudia Black
• Warming the hearts of Farscape viewers worldwide, the once cold and ruthless Aeryn Sun faces an icier demise at the end of season 2. Has the flame gone out for good? Claudia Black speaks...

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Spider-Man
• Forget about the web, catch all the latest right here as we join the cast and crew of the eagerly-awaited Sam Raimi version, just before they started shooting their way onto the big screen

Earth: Final Conflict
• Facing constant challenges on both sides of the frontier, Da'an finds himself caught between two worlds, battling with his loyalties to his race and the people of Earth. Actress Leni Parker talks Taelon...

Blade Runner
• In this issue's retrospective, we take a look back at the production of an acclaimed SF classic, made by the celebrated Ridley Scott 20 years ago. Includes interviews with Sean Young and composer Vangelis

Shadow of the Vampire
• Teutonic genre favourite Udo Kier on his role in this Oscar-nominated vampire flick with a difference, plus Barb Wire, Herzog and Blade 2!

Dungeons & Dragons
• Jeremy Irons rolls the dice as despotic warlord Profion, and discusses dipping his toe into fantasy movies

Elizabeth Moon
• The fantasy and science-fiction author talks about her first love...

 Things to Come
Director Ang Lee is next on the list to transform The Hulk for the big screen; The Matrix sequels hit a glitch with very real consequences; Sam Raimi makes sure his Spider-Man is far from hairy; Angel and Farscape get a slap on the wrist from the Broadcasting Standards Commission and Annabeth Gish brings new appeal to the X-Files...


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In Starburst's regular 30-page section:

We take a pick of the latest SF titles from our Bookshelf, as well as recent additions to the Video and DVD File. Plus definitive selections in our Soundtrack, Cybertech and Toys sections.

Online reviews include the latest Larry Niven collaboration The Burning City on DVD and Candyman: Day of the Dead on VHS

 In this month's Movie Reviews, Alan Jones delivers the verdict on:

  • The Irrefutable Truth About Demons
  • Faust: Love of the Damned
  • Psycho Beach Party
  • Charlie's Angels

 TV View: Ian Spelling on Roswell's Christmas Carol, The X-Files' Redrum, Buffy's Triangle and Angel's Blood Money

 It's Only A Movie! John Brosnan gives us his gut instinct on Unbreakable and regales us with his nostalgic trip to the multiplex...

Pictures taken from this issue are copyright: Fox Television, The WB, Dimension Films / Buena Vista Int., Columbia Pictures, BBV, Mosaic Video, Orbit books

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