SFX 237 On Sale Now
Hugh Jackman leads the charge in our massive movie preview featuring interviews with the stars of Elysium, Kick-Ass 2, Riddick and more. Snikt!
Check out the new issue of SFX, on shelves now (open in a new tab to view larger versions):
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Logan returns for the definitive X-Man story, based on the classic “Japan” comic arc by Frank Miller and Chris Claremont. Director James Mangold and stars Hugh Jackman, Rila Fukushima, Tao Okamoto and Will Yun Lee let us know what’s in store, while Chris Claremont talks about the comic that inspired the whole shebang.
Beyond The Summer Movie Preview
It’s not just about summer blockbuster season, you know. When you’re a science fiction fan the thrills keep coming all year round. Looking forward to the great SF and fantasy in store before 2013 is out, we spoke Elysium with Matt Damon, Riddick with Katee Sackhoff, Ender’s Game with Sir Ben Kingsley, Kick-Ass 2 with Christopher Mintz-Plasse, Carrie with Julianne Moore, The Hunger Games: Catching Fire with Stanley Tucci, The Conjuring with James Wan, The Hobbit: The Desolation Of Smaug with Andy Serkis, The Mortal Instruments: The City Of Bones with Cassandra Clare and Percy Jackson with Logan Lerman.
The World’s End
In the meantime there’s the small matter of the end of the world to contend with. Or, rather, the end of the world as envisioned by Edgar Wright and Simon Pegg, who chat to us about their Three Flavours Cornetto Trilogy closer.
The Summer Of SF Reading
The sun is finally (sort of) out, and you know what that means! No, not three months of complaining about the heat, three issues packed with top literary content. This month we tell you about Building The Ultimate Science Fiction Library, chat to Mitch Benn about his debut novel Terra, and take a look at The Independent Publishing Revolution.
The Quatermass Experiment
We take a ride in the Time Machine to 1953 to explore the roots Nigel Kneale’s influential SF tale.
The Couch crew subject themselves to an evening of “hilarious” sci-fi sitcoms, so you don’t have to.
Reviewed And Rated
The SFX hammer of justice comes down on Man Of Steel, Monsters University, Cloud Atlas, Oz The Great And Powerful, Doctor Who: Regeneration, Christopher Priest’s The Adjacent, Joe Casey’s controversial comic Sex and insta-classic videogame The Last Of Us.
PLUS! View Screen has some very nice things to say about Supernatural: Season Eight, Continuum: Season Two and Arrow’s debut year, and some not so nice things to say about Warehouse 13.
In our packed news section showrunner Remi Aubuchon teases Falling Skies’ third season, director Dan Scanlon goes old school for Monsters University, Stephanie Leonidas talks about her role as Irathient Irisa in Defiance and we pay tribute to the great Iain M Banks.
Bonus Digital Content
And don’t forget, if you pick up the iPad version from Newsstand or the Kindle Fire version from Amazon, you’ll get videos (including clips and trailers) plus extra picture slideshows. It’s the way of the future!
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