Issue 135ships from 9 Jan 2001 UK £3.25 / US $5.99 FEATURE NEWS REVIEWS

In this issue of TV Zone:

Buffy the Vampire Slayer
• Spike, the toothy nemesis of Buffy, is back for the fifth season - but with a change of heart. Star James Marsters talks about his sharpest moments. Plus in this seven-page feature, we delve into the character of William the Bloody and get some juicy secrets about the new season...

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E:FC 's Robert LeeshockEarth: Final Conflict
• "I'm quite pleased with the evolution of my character..." Robert Leeshock returns for the fourth year of the show, and lets us into a couple of exciting secrets about the season…

Andromeda's Rev BemAndromeda
• "He's a gentle soul who comes from a race of people that can spit venom". Brent Stait tells us about his hindering nails and his friendly cannibal, Rev Bem

• The worm returns! We talk to the writer and producer about bringing Frank Herbert’s classic novel anew to television. Plus, the evil Baron Harkonnan (Ian McNiece) flies in for a chat!

"I like pushing D'Argo out of the bounds of gruff-talking, straight-shooting bad ass". Anthony Simcoe explains about D’Argo’s quest and what he thinks of Season 2

Invisible Man
• Sidekick to a see-through agent, Paul Ben-Victor explains why he sees the Invisible Man as the success it is

• From sinner to saviour, we look at the character of Xena and see how far she’s come since her first appearance

Fantasy Flashback
• Science-fiction and crime meet in the 1987 BBC series Star Cops: the episode covered being An Instinct for Murder

  • PLUS!
    Reviews • Look at them! They glitter! They excite! including the latest Doctor Who DVD, books and audios, the Buffy board game and script books, the Star Trek – Dark Matters novel and reviews of Angel, Buffy, Charmed, Farscape, Stargate SG-1 and Voyager episodes
  • Our acclaimed News digests events in and around the TV Zone. Plus, we take a look at Ed, where bowling and lawyers first meet, in this issue’s Primetime!
  • Memory Alpha • answers more of your posed queries about Cult Television of the past and present. This issue, examining Space: Above and Beyond, and logging on to the Wizz Kids
  • Letters Page • It’s all gone a bit strange! Under the yoke of an alien invasion, the staff of the Towers take drastic action. And answer your letters.

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