SFX Magazine Issue 220 Now On Sale

We’re back on board the Enterprise in our latest packed issue, as we look ahead and tell you everything you need to know about Star Trek 2

On Sale Now! (On newsstands until 4 April)

Star Trekkin’

Can Star Trek 2 top 2009′s magnificent reboot? Well, if anyone can do it, JJ Abrams can, and we’ve got faith. Find out everything you need to know about the next step in the Enterprise’s glorious re-birth right here.

Avenge Me!

The new trailer has hit, excitement is growing, and we’ve got the most comprehensive coverage going of the superhero movie everyone is waiting for.

Hungry? You Will Be

The Hunger Games is nearly upon us – can Jennifer Lawrence and co do Suzanne Collins’s wildly successful books justice? We take a look at Katniss Everdeen’s big-screen debut to find out…

The Write Stuff

Battlestar Galactica, Buffy, Dollhouse, Game Of Thrones – the common thread (apart from them all being ace, of course) is writer supreme Jane Espenson. We talk to one of SF’s greatest scribes and discuss her incredible CV.

Lost Boy

24 is dead and gone, but there’s plenty more to come from mega-star Kiefer Sutherland. We have a Close Encounter with the star of new TV fantasy Touch.

Don’t Miss!

  • Retro action! We look at Catwoman through the ages and dissect stone-cold classic Solaris.
  • One On One! We talk A Song Of Ice And Fire with fantasy’s finest, Mr George RR Martin, and discuss urban fantasy with Matthew Swift author Kate Griffin.
  • Spoiler Zone! Alcatraz, Being Human UK and Being Human USA, Fringe, Chuck, Supernatural, Grimm and many, many more are all rated for your pleasure…

Reviewed And Rated

Ghost Rider: Spirit Of Vengeance, Journey 2: The Mysterious Island, Underworld Awakening, Hugo, Twilight: Breaking Dawn, The Thing, Immortals, Contagion, In Time, Shada and much, much more!

SFX 220 is on sale Wednesday 7 March, in stores as well as through Newsstand and Zinio. You can also subscribe to the print version of SFX to save loads on the shop price. Hurrah!

Hey you, with that snazzy mobile device!

Got iOS5 for your shiny new iPhone/iPad/iPod touch? You do! Well, did you know you can download issue 219 of SFX direct from Newsstand (our US chums can use this link)? iDevice users still in the dark ages of iOS4.whatever can also download the SFX app direct from the app store, which acts as a portal for you to download (or subscribe) to your favourite science fiction and fantasy magazine. Android users have no reason to feel left out either as you can still pick up the latest issue from Zinio, which will also rock your PC.