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Special Issue #56 • ships from Feb 27 2003
News-stand Price UK £4.99 / US $9.99

James Marsters

• The actor reflects on Spike’s madness, muses on the possibility of a spin-off, and tantalizes us with news of the season’s end!

Kristine Sutherland
• The actress looks at her return to the show, her regrets over roads not taken, and the experience of being made-up as a corpse…

George Hertzenberg
• He drops in to chat about his role as a demonic Frankenstein, and his projects since Adam had his power supply pulled.

Robert Hall
• The make-up designer tells us how he made the move from Angel to Buffy for the musical episode Once More with Feeling

Great ScottTime Travel
• The past, present and future of Time travel assessed, a round-up of five great Time travel movies, and a retrospective on perhaps the best Time tale ever made.

Time problemsTwelve Monkeys
• We take our own time trip behind the scenes and chronicle the troubles which beset Terry Gilliam’s production of a journey through Time to save the future of Humanity…

• We present a sneak preview of this Time travel tale, based on the bestselling novel by Michael Crichton.

Star Trek: Deep Space Nine
• Armin Shimerman looks back on his time as Quark as the Space station saga comes to DVD. Plus he discusses his regular roles on Buffy and The Invisible Man

The Core
• Director Jon Amiel discusses his new ecological Science Fiction thriller.

Gloomy forecastThe Two Towers
• We conclude our fascinating series of taking you behind the scenes of Peter Jackson’s triumphant movie version of the second part of JRR Tolkien’s classic novel…

Designer Grant Major reveals the thinking behind the sets…

Veteran Tolkien artist John Howe explains what inspired his vision of Middle-earth.

Director Peter Jackson reveals the influence of Ray Harryhausen.

Effects supervisor Jim Rygiel on why he still uses old methods…

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