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Special Issue #53 • ships from Oct 16 2003
News-stand Price UK £4.99 / US $9.99

Still to come in 2003…

Our 16-page look at the returning hits and hottest new shows


Captain ArcherStar Trek: Enterprise
• Scott Bakula reveals why Captain Archer is going to bend the rules as the show reaches a major turning point in its third season, we ask if the series can be saved…

• Executive producer Brad Kern looks ahead to new powers, dragons, and a series of temp jobs. as the Halliwell sisters, and half-sister Paige, are back for a sixth run.

Growing painsSmallville
• Exec producer Alfred Gough on his plans for the new season as Clark rebels against his destiny, and we discuss the challenges of re-creating a superhero icon in a teenage body.

• Following the departure of Buffy, creator Joss Whedon can now concentrate on its spin-off. We take a look at some of the major changes being made to the fifth season as Angel’s team takes on a new assignment and a blonde ghost by the name of Spike. We ask if this is a new beginning for the show, or a final flourish.

• Costume designer Toni Rutter talks to us about how she brings her designs to life and what inspires her to start drawing. Also discover what she means by a ‘G-rated, classy bondage look’…

Battlestar Galactica
• After 25 years the series returns to the small screen. We discover that the blow-waves are out and Cylons with sex appeal are in for the update of a Sci-Fi classic.

• How would you feel if inanimate objects began speaking to you? That’s the dilemma that confronts Jaye Tyler, a twentysomething underachiever working at a souvenir store in Niagara Falls. We take a look at this intriguing new series.

Jake 2.0
• An ordinary guy, given superhuman abilities by microscopic machines... Creator Silvio Horta explains how the premature end of another show meant he got the actor he wanted to play Jake…

Joan of Arcadia
• Amber Tamblyn stars as a young woman on a mission from God, who receives divine guidance as she tries to save others...

• The Lord of the Jungle swings into the big city, and there’s an NYPD cop called Jane who’s waiting to meet him...

Doctor Who
• As the rumour mill kicks into action, we look at what could be in store for the new series and who exactly is in the running to play the Time Lord himself…

Blake’s 7
• Original series co-star Paul Darrow tells why the classic British Sci-Fi show should return

In Conclusion…
• Can Enterprise recover from its slump by adding a few words to its title? Will Jack Bauer have a heart attack? And many more questions as we look ahead to the new seasons…

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All other contents © Visual Imagination Ltd 2003. Not for reproduction

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