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Issue 280 • ships from 02 Nov • UK £3.25 / US $5.99

FEATURE NEWS REVIEWS

IN THIS ISSUE OF STARBURST

Buffy The Vampire Slayer
• "Villains become saviours. Victims become heroes." Having now reached its sixth year, Buffy has grown from industry joke to perhaps the biggest Fantasy show on the planet. Starburst asks: What's the secret of that success? How do they make it look so simple? And what omens do the early tales in Season Six provide about Buffy, Willow and Spike's evolution?

From HellFrom Hell
• After more than a century, the identity of the Ripper is to be revealed. Well, maybe. Join Johnny Depp and directors the Hughes Brothers, tackling evil in 1880's London

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Petra goes after Jeff in Randall & HopkirkRandall & Hopkirk (Deceased)
• "It is, of course, wonderful to have Tom Baker saying your lines". Writer Gareth Roberts is our guide for a trip behind the scenes on his Avengers-esque R & H episode Painkillers...

Amy Acker joins AngelAngel
• "I'm hoping that Fred will bring another aspect to the show that it hasn't had yet..." New recruit Amy Acker on finding her feet in Angel's world after joining the gang as a regular character...

Captain Scarlet and the Mysterons
• Terrorism and torture... with puppets? The definitive by-numbers guide to Spectrum's secret war against the Mysterons from Mars, and their agent Captain Black

Quatermass and the Pit
• "2001: the fireside story version" is how Nigel Kneale described his take on the origins of mankind. Our Retrospective tells the story of the production of Hammer's film version of Kneale's classic third Quatermass tale

Q & A
Enterprise helmsman Anthony Montgomery steers a steady course through our quickfire questions

 Things to Come
News of extra scenes in Harry Potter and casting on Star Trek X. Early reports on Star Wars Episode II, Hulk, Daredevil and Austin Powers casting information. Ratings news for Buffy and Enterprise, and much much more!

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As ever we look at the best Sci-Fi and Fantasy literature in Bookshelf, examine a pick of programmes, films and extras in our DVD and Video files, and surf, rock and play our way through the web, soundtrack and toy reviews...

 In the best and most up-to-date movie reviews anywhere, Alan Jones checks out:

  • John Carpenter's Ghosts of Mars
  • David Lynch's Mulholland Drive
  • and HP Lovecraft's Dagon

 TV View:Ian Spelling reviews new episodes of Roswell, Enterprise, Buffy and Mutant X.

 It's Only A Movie
John Brosnan ponders a new life for those deadly Triffids and considers Christopher Reeve's memories of life as Superman.


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