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Issue #152 • ships from Jun 13 2002
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Smallville interviews
• Michael Rosenbaum leapt at the chance to play comic book legend Lex Luthor. We talked to the neatly shaved star. Plus: We chat to Allison Mack about her character Chloe Sullivan, the hard-hitting investigative reporter with a special interest in Clark Kent.

Smallville’s star Tom Weller as ClarkSmallville debate
• Its first full season has achieved high viewing figures if not critical acclaim. So has 2001-02's biggest new teen drama lived up to its hype? We provide 'for' and 'against' views.

Look out - it’s Buffy vs. DarkWillow!Finale Fever
• It’s the end! We review the last episodes of the current series of your favourite Cult TV shows including Buffy, Angel and Enterprise, plus the very end of Roswell and The X-Files.

John Nathan-Turner with 3rd Doctor Jon PertweeDoctor Who
• We pay tribute to one of Doctor Who’s most influential and durable producers, John Nathan Turner, who died last month after reigning over the series' output in the 1980's.

Richard Dean Anderson reflects on Michael Jackson’s departureStargate SG-1
• Long serving director Martin Wood on his varied Season Five exploits, and what may or may not be happening without Michael Shanks in the final season of Stargate SG-1.

Flashback: Fawlty Towers
• The second part of our look at John Cleese and Connie Booth's classic BBC sitcom.

Roswell
• Part two of our full episode guide to the just-concluded series covers Season Two, from Skin and Bones to The Departure (departing from The WB, anyway).

Deep Thought
• Continuing our search into TV’s ultimate questions. This month we take a look at why so many of our favourite TV characters get killed off.

Primetime: The Gilmore Girls
• The US show about a single mother and her teenage daughter has become a credible hit.

News
  • Guide to what’s new and what’s axed for 2002-03
  • Buffy – is next year the end?
  • No more Dark Angel, ever?
  • Lost Doctor Who web fragments found in NZ
  • Daleks at the Queen’s Jubilee
  • Star Trek news
  • Sorbo on Andromeda producers
  • Plus much more…
TV Reviews: 52 episodes!
  • Andromeda Season Two
  • Angel Season Three
  • Buffy the Vampire Slayer Season Six
  • Charmed Season Four
  • Dark Angel Season Two
  • Earth: Final Conflict Season Five
  • Enterprise Season One
  • LEXX Season Four
  • Mutant X Season One
  • Roswell Season Three
  • Smallville Season One
  • The X-Files Season Nine
Merchandise Reviews
  • Angel The Case Files (book)
  • Buffy Season Four DVD Box set
  • Cleopatra 2525 volumes one and two DVD
  • Day After Tomorrow/Space Police Anderson DVDs
  • Doctor Who
    Combat Rock (novel)
    History 101 (novel)
    The Time of the Daleks (CD)
  • Farscape Season Three Companion (book)
  • Minder Season Four DVD Set
  • The Protectors volumes 1,2 and 3 DVDs
  • Star Trek novels:
    Strange New Worlds V
    The Eugenics Wars Volume II
  • Terrahawks Original soundtrack
  • The Transformers Volume 2 DVD
TV Focus
  • All your Cult TV needs in an easy to use guide to all UK channels (to 19 July)
Memory Alpha
  • Questions on Frasier, The Avengers and Secrets of Isis, compiled by Andrew Pixley.
Competitions
  • Win a DVD player with The X-Files Season 9 premiere on disc, or Brass Eye and Batman on DVD!
Letters
  • Your views, your say - including: the Smallville debate goes on!

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

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