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Special Issue #51 • ships from May 15 2003
News-stand Price UK £4.99 / US $9.99


We bid Farewell to Farscape
(as, like everyone else, we thought it was finishing...)

On opposite sides?The Interviews
We go to the top and speak to the creator of the show and to the cast members on what the series meant to them and how they feel about its abrupt cancellation

Creator Rockne O'Bannon looks at how the series lived up to expectations and intentions and where it began taking a different route

Ben Browder looks back at his character John Crichton, and at the fortunes of the show he put so much of his life into

Wayne Pygram – His villain, Scorpius, looked the part, and yet he managed to create a curious relationship with the crew of Moya, and particularly with the target of his schemes, Crichton…

Paul Goddard – The man behind the mask of Stark, the tortured individual who was only intended for one episode and ended up as a semi-regular character

Melissa Jaffer – The unlikely member of Moya’s crew had a past shrouded in mystery

Rebecca Riggs – There there was no more beautifully fatal and nasty villian as Commandant Grayza

With…
Dave Elsey and many examples of the amazing creations from the Henson Creature Shop

Season-by-season look at the series
• We examine its evolution over each of the four differently-themed seasons

Plus!

Weddings…Buffy The Vampire Slayer
• Director David Solomon, one of the show’s longest-serving contributors, having worked on all seven seasons, reveals the stories behind some of the most popular episodes

StrangeStrange
• Writer Andrew Marshall, best known for 2.4 Children and Whoops Apocalypse! talks about his latest creation, Strange, the new demon-hunting Fantasy from the BBC

The X-Files
• Continuing from our last Special, a full and comprehensive episode guide for the last three seasons

Images taken from this issue are copyright or courtesy of: Sci-Fi Channel/Hensons, Warner Bros, BBCtv

All other contents © Visual Imagination Ltd 2004. Not for reproduction

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