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SciFiNow
Sci-Fi Monthly Magazine from Bournemouth ,United Kingdom


- First issue: 2006
- ''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.''
- From 2018 #149 to #153, months are ignored as for example, #149 would have been dated November, but was issued on 22 August, so is rather silly to be dated so far ahead...any complaints ?...keep them to yourself !
- Published by Imagine Publishing, Kelsey Publishing
- Website: www.scifinow.co.uk

Last updated:
7 December 2019

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CONTENTS: 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020 All GALLERIES: 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020 All

Issue 39


Issue 38


Issue 37
- Lost - We head to Hawaii and bring you this set report from Lost's final season


- Forgotten Who - SciFiNow looks at the proposed Doctor Who film that never happened.


- The Wolfman - We bring you behind-the-scenes news and interviews on this monster movie remake.


- Sci-fi gaming - Our top 50 sci-fi games of all time.


- The greatest sci-fi film of all time is... - Don't miss the next phase of our ongoing forum experiment.


Also included:


- The Complete Guide to Dungeons & Dragons


- Retro Classic: The Texas Chain Saw Massacre


- Huge SF/F literary section with author interviews


- A brand new dedicated memorabilia section


- And much, much more!



Issue 36


Issue 35


Issue 34


Issue 33


Issue 32
- The big movie preview - Featuring exclusive news, interviews from Comic-Con and a host of must see movies, this preview has all you need on the blockbusters yet to hit cinema screens.
- True Blood - Blood lovers Anna Paquin and Stephen Moyer talk True Blood.
- Insider feature: Lost - We chat to Damon Lindelof and Carlton Cuse about Lost's final season.
- Interview: Dario Argento - The influential horror helmer discusses his bloody career.
- The greatest sci-fi film of all time is... - Don't miss the start of our ongoing forum experiment.
- Free inside! - Hitchhiker's Guide To The Galaxy stickers.
Also included:
- The complete guide to Red Dwarf
- Bluffers guide to... Sapphire & Steel
- Retro classic - The Avengers
- Huge SF/F literary section with author interviews
- A brand new dedicated memorabilia section
- And much, much more!


Issue 31
- The big TV season preview - Featuring interviews, predictions and a host of sci-fi talent this round-up of the upcoming TV season is a must read!
- Behind the scenes of G.I. Joe: Rise Of Cobra - We chat to the cast and crew of this explosive blockbuster.
- Exclusive feature: Jennifer's Body - We peel off and go behind the scenes of this revealing horror.
- Interview: Roger Corman - The influential director/producer discusses his career with SciFiNow.
- The greatest sci-fi film of all time is... - Don't miss the start of our ongoing forum experiment.
Also included:
- The complete guide to Blade Runner
- The Land Of The Giants revisited
- Al Gough on Smallville
- Huge SF/F literary section with author interviews
- A brand-new dedicated memorabilia section


Issue 30
- The definitive Harry Potter And The Half-Blood Prince preview with interviews from Daniel Radcliffe, Emma Watson, and Rupert Grint
- Behind the scenes of Land Of The Lost - We go prehistoric with this comedy blockbuster
- Exclusive interview f


Issue 29


Issue 28

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