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    First issue:
    1991
       APE CHRONICLES Highslide JS

    - The fanzine of the Planet Of The Apes Fan Club.
    - Creator/Editor: Terry Hoknes
    - Published bi-monthly from 1991 to 1998 (issues 1-39).
    - Publishing began again in 2008 (issues 40-50).
    - 50 issues published.

    Last issue:
    2010
    First
    issue in
    1980
       CINEMA SPECTRUM Highslide JS

    - Editor: Harry Nadler.

    First
    issue in
    1980s?
       DARK HOUR Highslide JS

    - Mostly horror literature but some movie news and interviews too.
    - Started as a book reviewzine.
    - Editor: Martin Webb.

    First
    issue in
    2007
       DEATH RAY Highslide JS

    - The new science fiction and fantasy-related magazine from the UK.
    - Covers: Star Wars, Star Trek, Doctor Who, Lost, Harry Potter, Narnia, Lord of the Rings, Superman, Batman, Spider-Man, James Bond.
    - 'Interviews with the top authors, actors and directors, reviews of the latest SF & F releases across every conceivable media, round-ups and overviews of the best SF telly, plus tons of news and opinion'.
    - 148 pages.

    First
    issue in
    1997
       ECLIPSE Highslide JS

    - Covers films, tv, books and comics.
    - Editor: Simon Clarke.

    First
    issue in
    2009
       FANTASTIQUE Highslide JS

    - The English-language edition of L'Ecran Fantastique.
    - Only three issues were published.

    First
    issue in
    1989
       FANTASY ZONE Highslide JS

    First
    issue in
    1988
       FEAR Highslide JS

    - A mixture of horror literature and cinema.
    - Managing Editor: John Gilbert.
    - 84 black and white (some color) A4 pages.

    First
    issue in
    2009
       FILMSTAR Highslide JS

    - FILMSTAR is a new mainstream movie magazine from Blackfish Publishing, publishers of sci-fi magazine DEATHRAY.
    - Covers the mainstream blockbusters discussed by its rivals but with greater focus on independent and arthouse productions.
    - 180 glossy A4 pages.

    First
    issue in
    1990s?
       GHOST IN THE MACHINE Highslide JS

    - A5 format.

    First issue:
    2005
       GOREZONE UK Highslide JS

    - Editor: Bryn Hammond.

    Last issue:
    2011
    First
    issue in
    1987
       GRANDELINQUENCE Highslide JS

    - Editor: Nicholas Hayson.
    - A5 format.

    First
    issue in
    1987
       IMAGINATOR Highslide JS

    - Seven issues were published.
    - Editor: Ken Miller.
    - 36, A4, b&w pages.

    First
    issue in
    1996
       INFINITY Highslide JS

    - Five issues were published.
    - News, reviews, previews and interviews from the wide world of science-fiction entertainment.
    -Editor: Allan Bryce.
    - 64 colour pages in A4 format.

    First
    issue in
    1987
       INTO THE DARKNESS Highslide JS

    - Editor: Andrew Morris.
    - A5 format.

    First
    issue in
    1998
       LIGHTSPEED Highslide JS

    - General Sci-Fi publication, mostly film related.
    - Editor: Chris Martin.
    - 60 A4 pages.

    First issue:
    2001
       OFFICIAL STAR WARS FACT FILE | THE Highslide JS

    - Also published in Spain, Italy, Australia, New Zealand, South Africa, the Netherlands, Poland, Japan, Germany, France, Malta, Mexico, and Argentina.

    Last issue:
    2005
    First issue:
    2012
       SCI-FI FOCUS Highslide JS

    - A "bookazine" (it was sold on the magazine shelf, though it's hard to classify).
    - Editor: Piers Beckley.

    Last issue:
    2012
    First
    issue in
    1999
       SCIENCE FICTION (Highbury) Highslide JS

    - Published under licence from Starlog.

    First
    issue in
    2006
       SciFiNow Highslide JS

    - ''Written by fans for fans, SciFiNow is a sophisticated, accessible, fresh and authoritative look at science fiction, fantasy, horror and cult television.
    - Offering in-depth coverage of every aspect of sci-fi, the magazine breaks new ground with its cutting-edge approach to features, reviews and news.''

    First
    issue in
    1995
       SFX Highslide JS

    - A science fiction magazine
    - Editor: Dave Golder
    - 100 color A4 pages.
    - Changed size from 21.15cm X 29.7cm, to 22.15cm X 28.5cm (since issue # 208).

    First
    issue in
    2000?
       SFX COLLECTION Highslide JS

    - Comes from the SFX team.
    - Special editions focussing on sci-fi, horror and fantasy films with features, guides and interviews.

    First
    issue in
    2013
       SPACE MONSTERS Highslide JS

    - Editor: Cyberschizoid (Richard Gladman).

    First
    issue in
    1999
       SPACE WARS - STAR WARS SPECIAL Highslide JS

    - Editor: Mark Knowlton.

    First issue:
    1997
       STAR TREK FACT FILES Highslide JS

    - 304 issues were published.
    - Information on characters, events, ships, weapons etc. from the ST universe.
    - As this publication wasn't allowed to be sold in US, many of the articles were included in STAR TREK THE MAGAZINE.

    Last issue:
    2002
    First issue:
    1995
       STAR TREK MAGAZINE (UK) Highslide JS

    - Started in March 1995 as Star Trek Monthly.
    - An authorized, by CBS, magazine devoted to the Star Trek franchise.
    - Published bi-monthly by Titan and was distributed in UK and Europe only.
    - The US version appeard in August 2006. According to Titan 'The magazine is now printed in the United States rather than the UK.'

    Last issue:
    2006
    First
    issue in
    1997
       STAR VOYAGER Highslide JS

    - General sci-Fi, with film & tv coverage.
    - Editor: Chris Martin.

    First
    issue in
    2003
       STAR WARS AFICIONADO Highslide JS

    - ''A non profit making UK fanzine, written by Star Wars fans for Star Wars fans''
    - Editor: Scott Weller
    - 36 pages.

    First
    issue in
    1996
       STAR WARS: THE OFFICIAL MAGAZINE Highslide JS

    - Vitelloni reports:
    Titan Magazines which previously published Stars Wars (The Official) Magazine has taken over the US magazine Star Wars Insider from IDG Entertainment. So with the US issue #93 and the UK issue #69 both magazines become one in name, cover and content.

    First
    issue in
    1978
       STARBURST Highslide JS

    - Science Fiction movies.

    First
    issue in
    1977
       STARFORCE (UK) Highslide JS

    - Fold-out magazine, film & TV Sci-Fi/fantasy.
    - Copyrighted inside as "Starquest".

    First
    issue in
    1987
       VIDEO HORROR Highslide JS

    - Editor: Trevor Barley.
    - A5 format.

    First
    issue in
    1984
       VIDEO ZONE Highslide JS

    - Editor: John Reeves.
    - A5 format.

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