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VI Direct Catalogue : TV Zone : TV Zone Specials 40 - 49

TV Zone Special #49, Winter 2003 TV Zone Special #49, Winter 2003
(Reference #TS49)

Keeping you warm in the Winter nights… In this packed issue we have:
Buffy The Vampire Slayer and Angel The work of make-up genius Rob Hall, responsible for all the demons and monsters on Buffy and Angel.
And… James Leary on playing the loveable Clem, best friend to Spike and babysitter to the Slayer’s sister, Dawn.
Andromeda Lexa Doig as the three-in-one artificial intelligence, and we also have Laura Bertram, playing the woman-from-the-Future, Trance Gemini.
Futurama The man behind the voice of Bender, John DiMaggio.
Enterprise Make-up artist Michael Westmore chats about his latest work, on Enterprise and Star Trek: Nemesis.
Stargate SG-1 Director Andy Mikita on his latest episodes.
The Dead Zone Star Anthony Michael Hall as Johnny Smith, and John L Adams who plays Bruce Lewis, Johnny's best friend.
The X-Files With the series now a fond memory, we tie it all up for you, starting with our episode guide to Seasons 1 to 3.
BeastMaster We've conjured up the villainous Sorceress, alias Monika Schnarre.
Dark Angel Martin Cummings talks about the complexities his character, Ames White, faces.
LEXX Ellen Dubin has held portrayed three very different characters, but all deadly.
The Chronicle Reno Wilson plays Wes Freewald photographer for a magazine where stories about aliens and the Supernatural are true…
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TV Zone Special #4E, Yearbook (2002-03) Enterprise TV Zone Special #4E, Yearbook (2002-03) Enterprise
(Reference #TS4E)

Cover 1 of 2 – Enterprise, with free coverdisc on Region 2 copies (Same contents listed with Andromeda cover, TS48).
Free VCD PAL coverdisc features a complete episode from the BBC DVD release of Doctor Who: Resurrection of the Daleks with examples of the DVD's extras. This VCD PAL disc is available from VI Direct with the Enterprise cover.
Features
A Look Back at 2002 With 2002 almost over, we take a look back at the last year in Cult Television and TV Zone with a month-by-month guide.
Enterprise Dominic Keating is the cool , calm and softly spoken British weapons officer Malcolm Reed on board the latest Star Trek series Enterprise.
Andromeda Producer and star Kevin Sorbo on playing Captain Dylan Hunt.
24 Leslie Hope recalls the ground-breaking series.
Jeremiah Co-star Malcolm-Jamal Warner, with Luke Perry and Peter Stebbings.
Odyssey 5 Leslie Silva talks about her role as anchor-woman turned Human race saviour Sarah Forbes.
Stargate SG-1 Damian Kindler, now writing for the series.
Dark Angel Michael Weathely on his role as Logan.
A Year in TV Zone Our complete list of our articles, features and reviews in the last year.
Doctor Who A photo feature on the story Resurrection of the Daleks.

Season Reviews
24 Season 1
Alias Season 1
Andromeda Season 2
Angel Season 3
Buffy Season 6
Enterprise Season 1
Roswell Season 3
Smallville Season 1
Stargate SG-1 Season 5
The X-Files Season 9
Doctor Who CDs books and DVDs.
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TV Zone Special #48, Yearbook (2002-03) Andromeda TV Zone Special #48, Yearbook (2002-03) Andromeda
(Reference #TS48)
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Cover 2 of 2 – Andromeda (Same contents listed with Enterprisea cover, TS4E).
Features
A Look Back at 2002 With 2002 almost over, we take a look back at the last year in Cult Television and TV Zone with a month-by-month guide.
Enterprise Dominic Keating is the cool , calm and softly spoken British weapons officer Malcolm Reed on board the latest Star Trek series Enterprise.
Andromeda Producer and star Kevin Sorbo on playing Captain Dylan Hunt.
24 Leslie Hope recalls the ground-breaking series.
Jeremiah Co-star Malcolm-Jamal Warner, with Luke Perry and Peter Stebbings.
Odyssey 5 Leslie Silva talks about her role as anchor-woman turned Human race saviour Sarah Forbes.
Stargate SG-1 Damian Kindler, now writing for the series.
Dark Angel Michael Weathely on his role as Logan.
A Year in TV Zone Our complete list of our articles, features and reviews in the last year.
Doctor Who A photo feature on the story Resurrection of the Daleks.

Season Reviews
24 Season 1
Alias Season 1
Andromeda Season 2
Angel Season 3
Buffy Season 6
Enterprise Season 1
Roswell Season 3
Smallville Season 1
Stargate SG-1 Season 5
The X-Files Season 9
Doctor Who CDs books and DVDs.
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TV Zone Special #47, New Season 2002 TV Zone Special #47, New Season 2002
(Reference #TS47)

TV Zone’s New Season Special is our guide to Cult Television's 2002–2003 season. Packed full of interviews and shots from all the best shows, this issue is one giant exclusive.
New Season Preview A comprehensive guide to all the new seasons of your favourite shows returning or starting this year, with the like of Buffy, Angel and Enterprise. We also have the latest news on new shows John Doe, Firefly and Birds of Prey.
Farscape Exclusive interviews with Ben Browder and Claudia Black
Andromeda Executive producer Allan Eastman on the changes in Season Three, and Lisa Ryder talks about her character Valentine
Angel Is Wesley a traitor? The future of the Englishman doesn’t look bright. We spoke to actor Alexis Denisof to find out more
Enterprise Executive producer Brannon Braga on his rapid rise through the ranks of Star Trek to become the man responsible for the franchise’s fifth series, and Linda Park, Ensign Hoshi Sato, on her time on board the Enterprise and some of the adventures that lie ahead
Charmed Producer Bard Kern
Smallville Jonathan Kent, played by John Schneider, talks to TV Zone about Season Two
Buffy Anthony Stewart Head (Rupert Giles) spoke to TV Zone about his role in the series as well as the potential Buffy spin off Ripper
Firefly Joss Whedon’s new Sci-Fi epic, Firefly, and ask the man just what is it all about...
Haunted A private detective solving some lethal crimes with his otherworldy ability
Adventures Inc Finding lost riches is not all glamour as we speak to star Michael Biehn
Mutant X Back for a second series. Executive producer Peter Mohan reveals some of the secrets of the new breed of Human
The Future of Sci-Fi Television With only a handful of shows with aliens, Spaceships and rayguns, it looks like the end is in sight for our beloved Science Fiction. We take a closer look at the changing face of TV Sci-Fi.
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TV Zone Special #46, Stargate SG-1 III 2002 TV Zone Special #46, Stargate SG-1 III 2002
(Reference #TS46)
SORRY SOLD OUT
Another celebration of Stargate SG-1 – now in its sixth and final year – with exclusive pictures, artwork, a Season Six preview and 11 interview features, fresh from the set… Interviews are with: stars Richard Dean Anderson, Amanda Tapping, Don S. Davis, newcomer Corin Nemec, Chris Judge & Teryl Rothery. Plus behind-the-scenes features with Brenda McGuire's production design team (14 pages), Jan Newman on series make-up, and stunt double/co-ordinator Dan Shea. Also interviewed: Tony Amendola (Bra'tac), Carmen Argenziano (Selmak) and Season 6 Tokra Peter Stebbings. Plus a 12-page illustrated preview to Season 6, and episode guide to Season 5. Altogether, over 70 pages devoted to Stargate SG-1! Other features in this issue: Beastmaster star Daniel Goddard, Roswell's Adan Rodriguez and man-under-many-prosthetics Bill Blair.
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TV Zone Special #45, TV Heroes 2002 TV Zone Special #45, TV Heroes 2002
(Reference #TS45)
Celebrating our 150th issue, this 100-page collector’s edition asks: What is it that makes some TV programmes seem so magical? We've hunted far and wide for some personal stories of shows that are special to many of Cult TV’s biggest names, and our own writers. Among the eye-opening results… J Michael Straczyinski on The Twilight Zone; Stephen Gallagher on The Avengers; Colin Baker on Twin Peaks; Tom Baker on Dad's Army; Sophie Aldred on Ally McBeal; Jane Heitmeyer on Seinfeld; Louise Jameson on Tenko; Gary Gillatt on Doctor Who; Thomasina Gibson on Captain Scarlet; Keith Topping on the original Randall & Hopkirk (Deceased); Jim Smith on Robin of Sherwood; Andrew Cartmel on The Outer Limits; Gary Russell on Batman: The Animated Adventures; Steve Eramo on Space: 1999; John Ainsworth on Ace of Wands; Mike Fillis on Thunderbirds; Paul Spragg on Danger Mouse and many, many more.
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TV Zone Special #44, Greatest Villains 2002 TV Zone Special #44, Greatest Villains 2002
(Reference #TS44)
Uncovering the most despicable villains in Cult TV History, guest editor Sutekh the Destroyer counts down our 20 most evil, horrible characters. Includes profiles of villains from Buffy The Vampire Slayer, Angel, Doctor Who, Star Trek (DSN, Voyager and Next Gen), Farscape, Earth: Final Conflict, Xena / Hercules, Lois & Clark / Smallville, The X-Files, LEXX, Stargate SG-1, He-Man & Masters of the Universe, Babylon 5 and Blake's 7. But who, and in what order? New interviews with Martha Hackett (Seska), Peter Williams (Apophis), Alan Oppenheimer (Skeletor), Ed Wasser (Morden), Davros (Terry Molloy), Alice Krige (Borg Queen), John de Lancie (Q), Anita La Selva (Zo'or) and Walter Koenig (Bester) reveal some of the rogues' parade. There's no finer way to know your enemies…
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TV Zone Special #43, Yearbook (2001-02) TV Zone Special #43, Yearbook (2001-02)
(Reference #TS43)
Review of 2001 – The verdict on what was most worthwhile in Cult TV. Season overviews: Buffy, Angel, Andromeda, Farscape, Stargate, Voyager, The X-Files and Doctor Who in 2001. Past Forgetting – The gems of TV past, languishing in archives. First Wave – Sebastian Spence on 3 years as Cade Foster. Stargate SG-1 – Guide to Season 4 & our ‘Design a Monster’ winners. LEXX – Ellen Dubin on returning in Season 4. Invisible Man – Jonathan Glassner & Craig Silverstein on writing unseen. Witchblade – Will Yun Lee on aiding Sara Pezzini as a ghost. Voyager – Checklist and guide to Season 7. Randall & Hopkirk (Deceased) – Mark Gatiss on writing for half-dead detectives. Doctor Who – what releases are the BBC planning for 2002? Plus our Magazine Index of 12 months' TV Zone coverage, and a 2001 TV Poll.
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TV Zone Special #42, Stargate SG-1 II 2001 TV Zone Special #42, Stargate SG-1 II 2001
(Reference #TS42)
SORRY SOLD OUT
This 100-page issue features interviews with stars Richard Dean Anderson, Michael Shanks, Don S Davis, Amanda Tapping, Chris Judge and Teryl Rothery – plus some hitherto unseen profiles of their characters by the Asgard. TV Zone also went behind the scenes with location manager Lynn Smith, effects producer James Tichenor and director Martin Wood. Plus an illustrated preview of Season 5 – including 100th episode Wormhole X-Treme – SG-1's story so far, a run-down of alien encounters and some golden moments analysed. Over 60 pages of Stargate features, plus: Steve Bacic on his recurring Andromeda role and other genre parts; Jon Polito on being editor of The Chronicle, Sci-Fi's paranormal drama; and 5 years on, production of ITV's spy pastiche The Preventers recalled.
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TV Zone Special #41, Farewell to Voyager 2001 TV Zone Special #41, Farewell to Voyager 2001
(Reference #TS41)
Seven years since the USS Voyager began its long journey home from the Delta Quadrant, this May's final episode marks the end of Star Trek set in the 24th Century. This 100-page issue has over 50 pages on Voyager. Contains exclusive interviews with six Voyager stars: Kate Mulgrew, Robert Duncan McNeill, Robert Picardo, Tim Russ, Robert Beltran and Garrett Wang. Plus: Six of Seven – our critics spotlight a choice half-dozen episodes from the entire run; Voyager's Log – a trip down memory lane for a few older perspectives; A light-hearted look at some of the aliens, anomalies and crew members in Voyager A-Z, and Everything I learned, I learned from Star Trek: Voyager. Also includes features on many other Fantasy shows; Babylon 5 legend Claudia Christian in an exclusive interview. Xena: Warrior Princess: producer RJ Stewart surveys the last few episodes. Sheena – Margot Moorer on Kali, the mentor, tutor and surrogate mother to the sexy female Tarzan. Special Unit 2 – Alexondra Lee, the star of UPN's new monster-busting crime show. Plus Star Trek – the Future: with Enterprise confirmed, does it have anything new to offer us?
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TV Zone Special #40, Sword & Sorcery 2001 TV Zone Special #40, Sword & Sorcery 2001
(Reference #TS40)
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Cover: Xena, Buffy and Prue Halliwell. Be completely bewitched as we celebrate magic, mysticism and swordplay. Conjuring up the magic in tv shows of all kinds, we show you which witch is which and examine why the genre remains so popular, This enchanting 100-page Special includes interviews with cutting-edge people like Xena's production team producer Brad Kern on Charmed, Phil Rose tucking into Robin of Sherwood, David Paterson and Marjean Holden on Beastmaster, Peter Wingfield and Valentine Pelka on Queen of Swords, John Allen Nelson on Sheena, and a Fantasy Flashback to Doctor Who: Battlefield, with Andrew Cartmel and Ben Aaronovitch. There are overviews of the history of magic in both US and UK-produced TV shows, plus features or episode guides on Buffy, Xena, Hercules, Charmed, Highlander and many more sharply mystical matters!
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VI Direct Catalogue : TV Zone : TV Zone Specials 40 - 49

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