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Sci-Fi Magazine from Los Angeles ,United States
Ceased publication

- First issue: 2003
- Frederick S. Clarke's Cinefantastique after ''the next generation has assumed the editorial reigns.''
- ''Well-researched stories, exclusive photography and intelligent critique - an antidote to the crass gossip and innuendo of the internet fan sites.''
- Publishers: Mark Gottwald, Mark Altman (of Sci-Fi Universe.)
- Bimonthly, 90 color pages in A4 format.
- See also: CFQ Spotlite
- Published by CFQ Media
- Website: cinefantastiqueonline.com/

Special thanks for this page goes to:
Garry Malvern

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CONTENTS: 2003 2004 2005 2006 2012 All GALLERIES: 2003 2004 2005 2006 2012 All

Issue 24
Vol 38 #4 2006
Preview for San Diego Comic Con International 2006
-A complete catalog of 36 years of CFQ and Femme Fatales
- Power of the Dark Crystal
- Battlestar Galactica / Batman / DOA: Dead or Alive / Spider-Man / The Darkness / Lost / Star Wars / Emily the Strange / 300 / A Scanner Darkly / Heroes / Phonogram / Stargate / The Covenant / Living in Infamy

Issue 23
Vol 38 #3 2006
Featuring Superman Returns, X-Men: The Last Stand and much more.

Issue 22
Vol 38 #2 2006
We go behind-the-scenes on Battlestar Galactica for an in-depth look at the show's second season, including a Season 2.0 episode guide. Plus... James Gunn VS Nathan Fillion on Slither. Wes Craven discusses 30+ years of horror movies, including Pulse and The Hills Have Eyes. V for Vendetta... Lady Vengeance... Zombie Honeymoon... Final Destination 3... Ellen Datlow... Shirley Walker... Doctor Who... And much more!

Issue 21
Vol 38 #1 2006
Everything you wanted to know about Peter Jackson's King Kong. Plus... Underworld: Evolution... Battlestar Galactica... Aquaman... Chronicles of Narnia... Ghosts of Albion... Marebito... When a Stranger Calls... Aeon Flux... All Souls Day.... The Thirst... BloodRayne... Hostel... Wolf

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