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Starburst Special Issue 51 – TV 2002
out 21 Feb • UK £4.99 / US $9.99

Big screen to small… and back again
Big screen and small screen BuffyWe look at the often difficult journey a hit TV series takes to movie screens, and vice versa. What sets apart Buffy The Vampire Slayer from a Total Recall 2020? Or an X-Files from a Wild Wild West?

Gates McFadden: Nemesis
Star Trek's Gates McFadden
• Having filmed her part in new movie Star Trek: Nemesis, Gates McFadden chats exclusively to Starburst about life as Enterprise doctor Beverly Crusher, and the future of the film series

Farscape's Aeryn Sun • We chat to creator Rockne S O'Bannon about rumours of a Farscape film; and after the shattering events of Season Three, we discover the shape of life for Crichton, Aeryn and the crew of Moya in years to come

Use it up, wear it out
Buffy's Anthony Head, a few years after his Manchild phase• 2005: Alexis Denisof to star in James Bond TV series… 2007: Filming in progress on the new Buffy movie… 2013: Tim Burton's Captain Scarlet movie gets a mixed response… Now: Starburst turns a crystal ball on future crossover hits!

Annette O'Toole as Martha Kent• Annette O'Toole played Clark Kent's first Love, Lana Lang, in Superman III. Now, in an Oedipal twist, she's in the hit TV series Smallville – as his mother, Martha. Here she talks about life with the Man of Steel

Jonathan Frakes exclusive
Jonathan FrakesStar Trek: TNG helped actor Jonathan Frakes to find a second career, behind the camera. In this interview he discusses his work on Star Trek, Roswell, and his new Sci-Fi film, Clockstoppers

Also with…

  • Mid season report
    From Angel to The X-Files, how have our favourite TV shows survived the first months of their new series?
  • Twin Peaks
    Laura Palmer died on TV, but found new life on the big screen in Fire Walk With Me
  • Don S Davis's uniform roles
    The popular actor ranks his work on Stargate SG-1, Twin Peaks and The X-Files
  • The Young Indiana Jones Chronicles
    Loved on film, shunned on TV, we chart the early years of Professor Henry Jones Jr
  • Scooby-Doo – where are you now?
    Don’t know the surnames of Daphne, Fred, Velma and Shaggy? Time you brushed up with our chronicle of the doggy detective's history
  • Star Trek
    Poorly received on release, is it finally time we learnt to love Star Trek: The Motion Picture?
  • Planet of the Apes
    After five movies, Planet of the Apes found a new home on TV. We re-live the crazy time paradoxes of Ape world!


All this in 100 pages!

Pictures taken from this issue are copyright: Paramount Pictures, Henson Company / Sci-Fi, 20th Century Fox TV / UPN, The WB. Apologies to the spirit of Andy Warhol

All other contents © Visual Imagination 2002. Not for reproduction.