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Fantasy, Sci-Fi Bimonthly Magazine from United Kingdom

- First issue: 2000?
- Comes from the SFX team.
- Special editions focussing on sci-fi, horror and fantasy films with features, guides and interviews.
- Published by Future Publishing
- Website: www.sfx.co.uk

Last updated:
2 April 2019

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There are 67 issues listed in the database

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CONTENTS: 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 All GALLERIES: 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 All

Issue 59
December 2012
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Issue 58
October/November 2012
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A gory history of cannibal films
Masses of reviews and interviews centering around favourite franchises like Friday The 13th, Halloween, Hellraiser, Saw, Scream, Paranormal Activity and Final Destination
An in-depth interview with a top BBFC examiner
Piranha 3DD as you’ve never seen it before
Dario Argento interviewed about his new film and his old classics
Twilight‘s MyAnna Buring profiled
Mark Gatiss talks about his new BBC show on European horror; season three secrets of The Walking Dead
The nastiest movies ever (NOT the ones you think)
Anthology movies
The glory days of the X certificate

Book # 3
September 2012
Bookazine 3
(The Walking Dead).

Issue 57
August/September 2012
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SFX Special Edition: The Ultimate Guide to Anime reveals all readers need to know about the anime scene, including the hottest new shows, DVD reviews and interviews with stars of the anime world.
Featuring Dragon Ball Z on the cover, the special issue celebrates the exploits of the mighty Goku. Furthermore, SFX offers an in-depth look around Japan's largest anime studio, Toei Animation and a comprehensive look back at Hayao Miyazaki's first hit, Nausica.
In addition, the magazine comes packed with a host of free gifts including:
A DVD with two complete episodes of Baka & Test
Three art cards featuring Welcome to the Space Show artwork
A double-sided Fullmetal Alchemist poster.
David Bradley, Editor-in-Chief of SFX, says: "Whether you're a seasoned fan or completely new to the world of anime, this magazine is going to deliver fun and insight like you've never seen before. With reviews, interviews, cosplay features and language guides it really does tell you what to watch, what to wear and what to say! We're so happy to be working with Manga and the free DVD they've given us means you can sit down straight away and watch two complete episodes of a new show."

Issue 56
June/July 2012
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"SFX's latest special is one for those who know their movies as well as those hungry to find out more. The full title is The Top 100 Science Fiction, Fantasy and Horror Movies Of All Time (or The Top 100 Sci-Fi Movies Of All Time if you prefer the shorter version), and that's exactly what it is - as voted for by 10,000 visitors to the sfx.co.uk website.
Inside we count down from 100 to 1, courtesy of oodles of fantastic imagery from the films, along with detailed reviews which shed new light on and give new insights into these classic movies. Peppered with fascinating facts and exclusive interviews with the makers, the special has been created by the experts of SFX magazine, who as ever are anxious to share their passion and knowledge with the reader.
Coming on super-glossy paper, this is a special that will be a collectors' item for years to come. Also included in the package are three free gifts: an official SFX mouse mat, an original 2001 poster and a sticker sheet of classic sci-fi movies."

Issue 55
April/May 2012
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Issue 54
February/March 2012
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