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Issue #317 • ships from Oct 21 2004
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132 pages

Star Trek: Enterprise
• Brent Spiner, better known as Data in The Next Generation, talks to us about his forthcoming appearance
Plus
Executive producer Manny Coto gives us an exciting glimpse into the future of the show in its fourth season

Look out!The Grudge
Buffy star Sarah Michelle Geller is bearing a personal Grudge. She talks to us about the new US version of the creepy Japanese Horror of the same name. Scared?

You will be. You will be…

Claudia BlackFarscape
• Claudia Black is back causing mayhem as Aeryn Sun in The Peacekeeper Wars, as the critically acclaimed Sci-Fi drama returns to our screens in the form of a two part epic

Dominic PurcellBlade: Trinity
• Dominic Purcell is in for the count as he gets his teeth stuck into playing the latest incarnation of Dracula alongside Vampire hunter Wesley Snipes in this latest Blade movie

Blake’s Junction 7
• Did the crew of the Liberator really die? Or did they end up trapped in Britain’s motorway system? The makers of the new Blake’s 7 spoof reveal all, including what The Office’s Mackenzie Crook is doing in drag…

Lost in Space
• Actor Bill Mumy reflects on his time as the Spaceboy every kid wanted to be in the classic 1960s show. He tells us how the character of little Will Robinson has never really left him after nearly 40 years

Doctor Who
• As filming continues on the new adventures of everyone’s favourite Time Lord, we enter the TARDIS and find ourselves in Victorian times as The Doctor and his companion tread the cobbled streets of Cardiff. Hopefully we won’t be assaulted by aliens.
Plus
We then look at the changing fortunes of the franchise since the end of the original series and ask the question ‘Who owns The Doctor?’

Godsend
• Director Nick Hamm tells us how his clone movie was a true original… and tells us in no uncertain terms that he’s a bit miffed with the critics who behaved like cloned sheep

Sky Captain and the World of Tomorrow
• Does this look familiar to you? We take a look at the movies and books that inspired and helped this movie to take flight

Star Trek: Voyager
• Find out how women have taken over the Bridge. It wouldn’t have happened in Kirk’s day that’s for sure.
PLUS!
Win Season Four boxsets!!!

Stargate Atlantis
• We go fishing, where actor Joe Flanigan tells us how he found the lost city as Major John Sheppard in this inspired spin-off series

News
  • Starburst reporter 'assaulted' on Doctor Who set
  • Superman Christopher Reeve dies
  • Arnie back for Terminator 4?
  • War of the Worlds enters the domain
  • Flame on for animated Fantastic Four
  • William Shatner’s Sci-Fi hoax
  • Sarah Michelle Gellar doubts return to Buffy

Reviews: Films
  • Sky Captain and the World of Tomorrow
  • The Manchurian Candidate
  • Saw
  • Anacondas
Reviews: TV – Sealed! section
  • Star Trek: Enterprise
  • Smallville
  • Stargate SG-1
  • Stargate Atlantis
  • Dead Like Me
  • Farscape: The Peacekeeper Wars
  • Battlestar Galactica 2004

Plus
  • Trailer Park
    Our witty caption writer has a laugh at the trailer for Resident Evil: Apocalypse

Images taken from this issue are copyright or courtesy of: UPN, Sci-Fi Channel, New Line Cinema

All other contents © Visual Imagination 2004. Not for reproduction

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