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VI Direct Catalogue : Starburst : Starburst 1996
VI Direct Catalogue : Starburst : Starburst 1996
| ||Starburst #220, December 1996|
Mars Attacks! pull-out 12 pages of Martian mayhem with writer Jonathan Gems. Star Trek's Jonathan Frakes makes his directorial debut with First Contact, plus more from Next Generation and First Contact designer Herman Zimmerman. Space Truckers: director Stuart Gordon on putting real people into orbit. Plus, the insane horror of Killer Tongue and Simon Ings' SF shorts Rose red and Butcher's Hook!
| ||Starburst #219, November 1996|
Star Trek pull-out, featuring George Takei's reflections on Captain Sulu's return in Voyager's Flashback, and interviews with designer Herman Zimmerman and Q actor John De Lancie. Comics creator James O'Barr and writer David S Goyer on resurrecting The Crow for City of Angels. Plus, Neil Gaiman reveals the secrets of Neverwhere, Babylon 5's schemig Lord Refa, William Forward, and David Cronenberg on filming JG Ballard's Crash.
| ||Starburst #218, October 1996|
Babylon 5 pull-out, including interviews with Bill Mumy and effects designer Ron Thornton, and the comprehensive third season guide. Visit London Below courtesy of Neil Gaiman's Neverwhere. Plus, SFX chief Bart Mixon on creating Peter Benchley's Beast,. John D'Aquino discusses returning to seaQuest DSV after three years away and Brian Blessed reflects on his roles in Space 1999, The Avengers and Doctor Who.
| ||Starburst #217, September 1996|
Star Trek: First Contact Supplement the rumours and history of the latest movie. Director John Carpenter, producer Debra Hill and star Kurt Russell discuss Escape from LA. Jeff Goldblum celebrates iIndependence Day and looks ahead to Jurassic Park 2. Babylon 5 director Jim Johnston recalls making episodes from Babylon Squared to Point of No Return. Plus, the special effects of Independence Day, and X-files writer Howard Gordon interviewed.
| ||Starburst #216, August 1996|
The X-Files Report: the final 16-page pulll-out supplement, including the comments of writer Howard Gordon. Babylon 5's Louis Turenne discusses his spiritual roles as Brother Theo and the Minbari Draal, plus second season instant guide. Award-winning writer Harlan Ellison discusses his new anthology series Dream Corridor. Plus, Independence Day previewed, and new movie The Arrival.
| ||Starburst #215, July 1996|
Babylon 5 supplement, including creative consultant Harlan Ellison's thoughts on the last best hope for TVSF, producer JohN Copeland and director John Copeland interviewed, and season one instant guide. X-Files story editor Frank Spotnitz discusses his episodes Nisei and Piper Maru, plus directors David Nutter and Kim Manners comment. Looking forward to x the summer's most eagerly awaited blockbuster, Independence Day, and The Phantom, and more from Voyager's Robert Beltran.
| ||Starburst #214, June 1996|
New Doctor Who Supplement, including eighth Doctor Paul McGann, companions Yee Jee Tso and Daphne Ashbrook, and set designers Peter Ware and Richard Hudolin. Babylon 5 creator J Michael Straczynski discusses his inspirations. Plus, actor Stephen Collins discusses Star Trek: The Motion Picture, From Dusk to Dawn director Robert Rodriguez on his vampire western, and quirky X-Files writer Darin Morgan interviewed.
| ||Starburst #213, May 1996|
X-Files Special Supplement part 3. Exclusive on-set report from the new Doctor Who in Vancouver, plus the Master's new face, Eric Roberts, interviewed. More from Voyager writer Kenneth Biller, and Star Wars designer Les Dilley opens his portfolio
| ||Starburst #212, April 1996|
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X-Files Special Supplement part 2, focusing on the Scully-lite second season. Director Terry Gilliam unveils his time travel conundrum Twelve Monkeys. Doctor Who's new producer Phiip Segal reveals how he's reinvented the wandering Time Lord for the new TV movie. Voyager writer Kenneth Biller charts the lost starshiip's journies. Ted Danson discusses his starring role in Gulliver's travels.
| ||Starburst #211, March 1996|
The X-Files Report: beginning a four-part series of pull-out supplements chronicling the series' four year history from its earliest days. Behind the scenes on Lawnmower Man 2 and director Brett Leonard's latest project Virtuosity. Plus, Voyager star Jennifer Lien discusses Kes' brief life and times, and Babylon 5 writer Christy Marx on her quest for the Holy Grail.
| ||Starburst #210, February 1996|
Doctor Who returns! The past and present of the world's longest-runing SF show revealed, as the Doctor returns to television and radio. Mira Furlan reflects on war and diplomacy in reality and on Babylon 5, plus stunt director Kerry Rossall and costume designer Ann Bruice interviewed. Star Trek and Outer Limits writer Melinda Snodgrass reveals her new project, Star Command.
| ||Starburst #209, January 1996|
William Gibson explains why cyberpunk's becoming passe as he brings Johnny Mnemonic to the big screen. Goldeneye director Martin Campbell discusses 007's latest mission, plus Kathryn Bigelow on helming Strange Days. Star Trek writer Ron Moore discusses the final days of the Next Generation. X-Files agents Skinner and Krycek, alias Mitch Pileggi and Nicholas Lea, interviewed, and Doctor Who star Lalla ward recalls her years as Time Lord Romana.
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