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VI Direct Catalogue : Starburst : Starburst 1997

Starburst #232, December (20 Years, free CD) 1997 Starburst #232, December (20 Years, free CD) 1997
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20th Anniversary issue : two magazines + free audio and multimedia CD. Kate Mulgrew describes life at Voyager's helm. Cross channel lycanthropy with An American Werewolf in Paris. X-Files – Steven Williams returns as the mysterious X. Babylon 5's Tracy Scoggins reports for duty as Captain Elizabeth Lochley, and Neil Gaiman reflects on writing the Day of the Dead. Joss Whedon on Alien Resurrection, Paul Verhoeven on directing Starship Troopers, and Mark Hamill on life after Star Wars.


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Starburst #231, November 1997 Starburst #231, November 1997
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Star Trek: the Next Generation – ten years of voyaging! The cast recall their explorations. The Uninvited – paranoid science fiction on ITV with Leslie Grantham. Kevin Sorbo takes charge as Hercules and Kull the Conquerer, plus Michael Hurst on Iolaus. Action director John Woo ventures into science fiction with Face/Off. Behind the scenes at Jim Henson's Creature Shop. Mimic – Breakout the insecticide for the deadly bugs. Sneak peaks at Timecop, Sleepwalkers and Earth: Final Conflict in our TVSF preview.


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Starburst #230, October 1997 Starburst #230, October 1997
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Babylon 5 – 12 page pull out, featuring Bruce Boxleitner, Zaphras brother Tim Choate, and season four instant guide. The new season on American TV – we preview the return of the X-Files, Millennium and both Star Treks. Contact director Robert Zemeckis describes bringing Carl Sagan's novel to the big screen. Adapting the Avengers for the 1990s. Pierce Brosnan returns as James Bond in Tomorrow Never Dies.


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Starburst #229, September 1997 Starburst #229, September 1997
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Sci-Fi movie preview 1997/98 pull-out, including Ain't-It-Cool on the new releases, event horizon, Spawn and Contact. The Lost World – CGI dinosaurs enter a new dimension of reality. The Visitor – the creators of Independence Day turn their hands to TV SF. William Shatner on life before and after Kirk. Babylon 5, In the Beginning – Peter Jurasik on filming Londo's final hours. Walter Koenig returns as Bester, and J Michael Straczynski looks ahead to the unexpected fifth season.


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Starburst #228, August 1997 Starburst #228, August 1997
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Free – Men in Black Movie Idols poster mag! Lost World – 12 page pull-out, featuring Steven Spielberg and stars Julianne Moore and Vince Vaughn. Lost in Space writer Akiva Goldsman on scripting Batman and the Space Family Robinson. Designing Gotham City – the art of Batman and Robin, plus Batman redundant – Kim Newman on why the latest film failed. David Lynch's Lost Highway – star Bill Pullman. Millennium – Chris Carter's dark world explored. Plus Xena's sidekick Renee O'Connor.


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Starburst #227, July 1997 Starburst #227, July 1997
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Fifth Element – 16-page pull-out, explaining director Luc Besson's philosophy on the film. Alien Resurrection previewed. Babylon 5: J Michael Straczynski looks ahead to the final year, and Kosh actor Jeffrey Willerth steps out of his encounter suit. Jeff Goldblum returns to Jurassic Park for The Lost World. The X-Files and Millennium – fourth and first season episode guides.


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Starburst #226, June 1997 Starburst #226, June 1997
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The Dark Knight returns – 12-page Batman & Robin pull-out. Jean-Paul Gaultier describes costuming the Fifth Element. Star Trek guest star Tony Todd on playing the Candyman, Worf's brother Kurn and his role in classic episode The Visitor. More from Star Wars producer Rick McCallum. Anaconda – Monster movies are back. Anime classic Crying Freeman becomes live action.


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Starburst #225, May 1997 Starburst #225, May 1997
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The X-Files supplement, profiling the latest season and including an interview with writer Jeffrey Vlaming. Star Wars producer Rick McCallum looks ahead to Episode One. Crash – the controversy around Cronenberg's film of Ballard's auto-erotica novel analysed. Crime Traveller – creator Anthony Horowitz unveils BBC1's time travel drama. The Saint – reinventing Simon Templar for the 1990s; director Philip Noyce describes the origins. Russell Mulcahy, Tony Scott and Jake Scott discuss The Hunger. Terry Pratchett explores the Discworld as his best-selling novels come to Channel 4.


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Starburst #224, April 1997 Starburst #224, April 1997
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The X-Files – 12 pages pull-out special, also including details of Millennium's first season! Mars Attacks – Tim Burton chews over his bubblegum horror comedy. Dante's Peak and Asteroid – disaster strikes from Earth and space. Red Dwarf VII: Norman Lovett returns to his role as Holly, and the final instalment of the Starbug saga, Plus, Dalek creator Terry Nation remembered, vigilante from hell Spawn comes to the big screen, and killer viruses strike The Burning Zone.


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Starburst #223, March 1997 Starburst #223, March 1997
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The Relic pull-out, including interviews with stars Tom Sizemore and Penelope Ann Miller, writer Douglas Preston and director Peter Hyams. X-Files and Millennium creator Chris Carter interviewed as he begins work on the X-Files movie. George Lucas explains the reasoning behind the Star Wars special editions. The Starbug chronicles – the special effects of Red Dwarf VII revealed. Dark Skies stars Eric Close and Megan Ward interviewed


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Starburst #222, February 1997 Starburst #222, February 1997
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Red Dwarf VII supplement, chronicling the history of the show as it returns to TV. Dark Skies producers Bryce Zabel and Brent Friedman chart the course of secret history. Kevin Sorbo on Hercules and Kull the Conquerer. Star Trek First Contact – stars Brent Spiner (Data) and Neal McDonough (Hawk) interviewed. The starry cast of Mars Attacks profiled.


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Starburst #221, January 1997 Starburst #221, January 1997
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Star Trek: first Contact pull-out – the cast reflect on their big screen encounter with the Borg, plus Borg Queen Alice Krige, and co-star James Cromwell. Director Peter jackson interviewed as he unleashes The Frighteners. Red Dwarf returns after a three year gap. An American Werewolf in Paris steps into the moonlight. John deLancie flips into Voyager for another appearance as Q. More on Mars Attacks from Jonathan Gems. Alternate realities in The X-Files.


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