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STARLOG
Sci-Fi Monthly Magazine from United States
Ceased publication

- First and last issue: 1976-2009
- Science fiction movies
- More TV than cinema.
- Published by Starlog Group Inc.
- Monthly. 84 color A4 pages.
- A very interesting blog weimarworld.blogspot.com/.
- Published by Starlog Group

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CONTENTS: 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 All GALLERIES: 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 All

Issue 371
December 2008


Issue 370
November 2008


Issue 369
October 2008


Issue 368
August 2008


Issue 367
July 2008
FANTASY WORLDS.
MASTER OF THE GOLDEN ARMY: Guillermo del Toro marches into adventure.
FOREVER RED: Ron Perlman just loves being Hellboy.
ONE ELF, TWO ELF: Luke Goss & Anna Walton could be twins.
COMICS SCENE.
PORTRAIT IN GREEN: Marvel's Herb Trimpe drew the Hulk & Godzilla.
IT'S INCREDIBLE!: Louis Leterrier unveils a new kind of Hulk.
REVENGE OF THE ABOMINATION: Tim Roth powers up as the Hulk's strongest foe.
STARLOG.
THE 3-D UNDERGROUND EXPRESS: Take a Journey to the Center of the Earth.
WANTED: ACTION FILMMAKER: There's a bounty on Timur Bekmambetov.
BEHIND THE DARK KNIGHT: For his next trick, Christopher Nolan directs.
THE BATMAN UNMASKED: Christian Bale finds comfort under cape & cowl.
GOTHAM AT NIGHTTIME: Bruce Timm details the animated legends.
EXIT THE PANDA!: Po has fists of furry & paws of death.
RETURN TO NARNIA: Andrew Adamson directs the encore.
WOULDJA BELIEVE...: Steve Carell is Maxwell Smart, Agent 86?.
SHE GOT SMART!: As Agent 99, Anne Hathaway dares danger.
DAVID DUCHOVNY DEBRIEFS: Even now, he's still The X-Files' true believer.
SOCK IT TO ME!: As the Reaper's pal, Tyler Labine fights demons.
KAREN ALLEN SPEAKS: She's back in action alongside Indiana Jones.


Issue 366
June 2008
COMICS SCENE.
THE KING OF COMICS: See Jack Kirby's stunning artistry celebrated.
ASSISTANT OF IRON: Gwyneth Paltrow serves as superhero support.
IRON MAN UNMASKS: Inside the armor, Robert Downey Jr. looks out.
WARMING UP WAR MACHINE: Terrence Howard is really ready to armor up.
STARLOG.
INDIANA JONES RETURNS: Frank Marshall previews the new adventure.
DARK KNIGHT & MAD JOKER: Laughter echoes throughout Gotham City.
NO SECRETS REVEALED!: Gillian Anderson teases with X-Files film tales.
WOMAN ON FIRE: Selma Blair sizzles as Hellboy's lady love.
VIEWS OF WATCHMEN: Here's a look at five of the movie's heroes.
MEET PRINCE CASPIAN: It's Ben Barnes' destiny to reign in NARNIA.
ROBERT PICARDO SPEAKS!: He has things to say about Stargate & Star Trek: Voyager.
BLACK LAGOON MEMORIES: Ben Chapman walked as the Creature.
STATE OF THE BATTLESTAR: Mary McDonnell says a fond farewell to Galactica.
INSIDE TORCHWOOD: Aliens & humans have strange relations.
THE ANDROMEDA STRAIN STRIKES: That Michael Crichton plague haunts anew.
MISS MONEYPENNY'S MISSIONS: 007's pal had her own secret (agent) life.
TIME TO GET SMART: Wouldja believe Peter Segal is directing?
EVERYBODY WAS KUNG FU WRITING: Now, they know the Path of the Panda.


Issue 365
May 2008
THE PHIL TIPPETT CHRONICLES: He talks of FX from Star Wars to Spiderwick.
STILL THE HIGHLANDER: Adrian Paul reprises his immortal role.
MEMORIES OF A LAST STARFIGHTER: Lance Guest is proud of his star warfare.
OUR COWBOY HERO: Sam Elliott rides into fantasy worlds via balloon.
A FISH CALLED ABE: Again, Doug Jones unmasks as Hellboy's pal.
GRIFFIN'S STORY: Jumping around & about is Jamie Bell.
HORTON HEARS A WHO: Here's the what, where, when, why & how of it.
PRINCE CASPIAN OF NARNIA: Producer Mark Johnson previews the new epic.
ENGINEERING IRON MAN: Director Jon Favreau builds a Marvel of a movie.
YEARS OF THE PULPSMITH: John Nanovic edited Doc Savage & The Shadow.
NOW ENTERING DISCWORLD: Welcome to Terry Pratchett's mirthscape.
ONCE MORE UNTO THE STARGATE: The SG-1 team reunites to seek The Ark of Truth.
GALACTICA FAREWELL: Tahmoh Penikett bids Battlestar goodbye.
AGENT OF TORCHWOOD: This year, Eve Myles handles new missions.
DANCES WITH SPIDERS: Tandra Quinn speaks of Mesa of Lost Women.
HER ALIEN EYES: Michele Scarabelli looks back at an Alien Nation.
HELENA BONHAM CARTER BAKES!: She has a recipe for 'the worst pies in London'.


Issue 364
April 2008
IRON MAN, JUMPER, TERMINATOR: THE SARAH CONNOR CHRONICLES, SPIDERWICK CHRONICLES, 10,000 BC, SWEENEY TODD, TUROK, and more!


Issue 363
March 2008
TERMINATOR: THE SARAH CONNOR CHRONICLES, SWEENEY TODD, MOONLIGHT, AVPR, WATER HORSE, SPIDERWICK CHRONICLES, and more!


Issue 362
January/February 2008

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