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STAR FORCE
Bimonthly Magazine from New York ,United States
Ceased publication


- First issue: 1980
- Published by S. J. Publications Inc

Last updated:
30 August 2015

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CONTENTS: 1980 1981 1982 GALLERIES: 1980 1981 1982 All

June 1982


April 1982


February 1982


Contents

Vol 2 No 5
October 1981


August 1981


April 1981


February 1981
Articles on Star Wars: "Revenge of the Jedi", starships/spaceships (which franchise has the best ideas-Star Wars, Star Trek, Battlestar Galactica, or?), Early SF TV serials (Flash Gordon, Buck Rogers, The Vanishing Shadow, The Lost City, Captain Video, The Undersea Kingdom, The Phantom Empire, Superman, etc.), apocalyptic visions in SF films (two articles treating this theme), "Star Trek's All-Time Flubs and Fluffs", comic book superheroes (mostly Superman and Wonder Woman) on the big screen, and more.


Issue 3
December 1980


Issue 2
Vol 1 # 2 - October 1980
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Contents
The Empire Strikes Back, Darth Vader vs. Luke Skywalker, The Secret Message Behind The Empire Strikes Back, Han Solo back again, Lando Calrissian, bonus pinups, From Star Wars to The Empire Strikes Back, Schlock sci-fi, The End is Near, Brains and Blobs, How to star in a sci-fi movie (68 pages).


Issue 1
August 1980
Articles on Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back, The Lord of the Rings animated movie, Horror Movies - An Illustrated History, the superhero in comics (mostly early Superman), the realities of warfare in space, history of comedic SF films (mainly ones that involve the moon...luna...lunacy...comedy...), Barbarella (Jane Fonda), and more.

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