SFX Issue 221: On Sale Now

The latest print edition of SFX is in shops now, and if you’re in a newsagent then you won’t be able to miss the awesome shininess of our exclusive Spider-Man cover! Its enticing luminosity will ensnare you in a web of sci-fi goodness that’ll never let you go. Or until you’ve read it all. Whichever comes first. Order it here if it’s already sold out in your area.

Look what’s inside!

The Amazing Spider-Man

Behind the scenes on the upcoming movie, including exclusive interviews: stars Andrew Garfield (the new Peter Parker himself!) and Emma Stone and producer Matt Tolmach!

The Cabin In The Woods

The man himself, Joss Whedon, talks about his conundrum of a film (in cinemas now).

Battleship

Any board game franchise can be improved by the addition of aliens: discuss. Director Peter Berg and star Rhiana interviewed about the big screen adaptation.

America’s Got Powers

Jonathan Ross and artist Bryan Hitch talk about their new comics collaboration.

How To Make A Tim Burton Movie

Your seven-point guide to building a Burton-style blockbuster.

PLUS:

Couch Potato

A teens-in-supernatural-distress marathon!

Lockout

Preview of the new Luc Besson-produced sci-fi prison caper.

Also interviewed…

Game Of Thrones’ Alfie Allen, Babylon 5’s Peter Jurasik, Awake’s Jason Isaacs, Resident Evil 5 producer Jeremy Bolt, the showrunner of the Space: 2099 reboot Jace Hall, author Robert J Sawyer and more.

Reviewed

The Cabin In The Woods, Iron Sky, Dirk Gently, Doctor Who “The Daemons”, the new Stephen King novel The Wind Through The Keyhole, and loads more!

And Tony Blackburn

Yes, Tony Blackburn.

SFX 221 is on sale now, in shops as well as digitally (see below). 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 issues 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.