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Issue #313 • ships from Jun 30 2004
News-stand Price UK £3.99 / US $6.99

Rise of the Robot

Welcome to the machine, organic friends! We put the pedal to the metal this issue to celebrate the longevity of Sci-Fi’s greatest creation: the robot.

We’ll be kicking off our chrome creations coverage with a look at Will Smith’s big screen take on the classic novel I, Robot to discover how much Asimov would recognize of his book…

Then we’re counting down the Top Ten Robots ever to appear in movies and on TV. We won’t spoil it for you, but let’s just say you shouldn’t bet on Metal Mickey taking the top spot…

SwingerSpider-Man 2
• We’ve cast our web wide and pulled in a huge collection of Spider-folks from this year’s hotly-anticipated movie just for you! Star Tobey Maguire swings in for a chat

Director Sam Raimi reveals his admiration for the Marvel-ous hero
We go behind the scenes to discover the secrets of the Doc Ock design, try on some costumes and dabble in production design.

It’s wall-to-wall Spidey…!!!

Phew! Made it…Star Trek: Enterprise
• It saw massive changes on and off-screen in Season Three and, despite the doom-laden predictions, will return. We take a voyage of discovery to find out what went right…

John L AdamsThe Dead Zone
• We reach a happy medium and talk to co-star John L Adams of the haunting TV series. Do you want to know what the new season holds for the spooky show? Knock once for ‘yes’…

Creating the Dalek
• Find out how we achieved the stunning cover image of one of the most famous creations ever for this month’s issue.

Lost in Space
• For Angela Cartwright, playing Penny Robinson in the hit show was an experience like no other. We find her back on Earth, but still looking at the stars…

Mutant X
• The show has been cancelled and confusion reigns. Why was the series finally pulled? What is the huge legal battle taking place over the characters? We investigate exactly what killed the Mutants

  • Hitch Hikers gets the thumbs up
  • All change at Star Trek
  • Andy Serkis monkeys around with Kong
  • Jurassic Park 4 evolves into script
Reviews: Films
  • Shrek 2
  • Thunderbirds
  • Harry Potter 3
  • Open Water
Reviews: TV – Expanded Sealed! section
  • And another two bite the dust… this month we say goodbye to Jake 2.0 and Mutant X . Quick! Somebody write a few new Sci-Fi shows! In the meantime, we’re reviewing:
  • Alias
  • Charmed
  • Andromeda
  • Mutant X
  • Star Trek: Enterprise
  • Trailer Park
    Our skewed view of what’s appearing near you in the cinemas. Just don’t take it too seriously… This time Catwoman meets our incredibly witty caption writer. Who will survive?

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All other contents © Visual Imagination 2004. Not for reproduction

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