SFX 228 On Sale Now!
The latest SFX is on sale now with features on all the upcoming films based on Marvel characters, The Walking Dead, Misfits and more!
Check out the new issue of SFX, on shelves now:
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Massive Marvel Preview!
Everything you need to know about Marvel’s biggest superhero films, whatever studio they’re made by. This month, true believers, SFX checks out what to expect from the raccoon-tastic Guardians Of The Galaxy, Tony Stark’s new armour in Iron Man 3, Captain America’s date to face The Winter Soldier, Loki getting grounded in Thor sequel The Dark World, and the latest mutant outings in X-Men: Days Of Future Past and The Wolverine – including an exclusive interview with Mark Millar on his new role as Fox’s superhero movie mastermind.
The Walking Dead returns
Exclusive interviews with the showrunner and cast of season three, which starts on FX in the UK on Friday 19 October. What can we expect from Rick, Michonne and The Governor this year?
The new Misfits
The new series brings with it new characters, but they’re certainly not like-for-like replacements for the old Misfits. Check out community service newcomers Finn, Jess and Alex, talking about their characters, powers, and crimes!
Collecting Star Wars figures!
Star Wars memorabilia magus Steve Sansweet discusses the best, the rarest, the coolest and the weirdest action figures from that galaxy far, far away. Bet you can’t name every single character we showcase in these four pages!
Twilight’s finally closing in
It’s the end of the era as Breaking Dawn Part 2 promises to take the Twilight franchise from melodramatic romance fantasy to action blockbuster, um, fantasy. We quiz director, screenwriter and cast.
What’s the secret of Crickley Hall?
Joe “Ultraviolet” Ahearne is adapting a haunted house tale from the pen of James Herbert. We face fear squarely in the face and find out as much as we can before night falls.
John Noble talks the end of Fringe
The amazing Walter Bishop on his favourite lines, bringing the story to an end, and seeing co-star Anna Torv naked…
Reviewed and rated!
This month brings enough reviews to fill the TARDIS including Frankenweenie, Prometheus, Grimm, American Horror Story, Joe Abercrombie’s Red Country, Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter, Star Trek: The Next Generation 365, DC’s The Judas Coin, Hotel Transylvania, Cockneys Vs Zombies and loads more.
Twin Peaks fans look no further – there are four pages of retro joy. There’s also hot news on Halo 4 and Being Human series five, an early look at what Hansel And Gretel: Witch Hunters has in store, an interview with the director of The Shining documentary Room 237 and us getting our teeth into James Cameron’s Piranha II. Not to mention all your usual columnists, your letters and more…
Bonus digital content
If you pick up the iPad version from Newsstand, you’ll get videos (including a personal introduction from our editor-in-chief and Prometheus clips featuring Ridley Scott), trailers and extra picture slideshows.
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Tags: Being Human, Comics, Guardians Of The Galaxy, Iron Man, Iron Man 3, Mad Max, Marvel Avengers Assemble, Misfits, Star Wars, The Walking Dead, Twilight, Twin Peaks, Wolverine, X-Men: Days Of Future Past