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SFX

September 2020

SFX is the world's leading sci-fi, horror and fantasy magazine. Covering all areas of the genre across TV, movies, books, games, collectables and comics, every month SFX delivers news, features, exclusive Q&As, behind-the-scenes stories, star profiles and TV episode guides. Recently redesigned to reflect the growing mainstream popularity of sci-fi, now you can read our Hollywood news, TV celebrity interviews and top columnists on your computer or mobile device, thanks to Zinio.

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United Kingdom
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English
Editor:
Future Publishing Ltd
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Monthly
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2 min.
rants & raves

DARREN SCOTT EDITOR RAVES I’ve finally watched every episode of the Walking Dead franchises. Roll on the season 10 finale! Delighted to have new, physical comic books back in my hands. RANTS It’s looking increasingly unlikely that flights to the US will happen anytime soon – and my annual pilgrimage to Halloween Horror Nights has been cancelled. Booo! IAN BERRIMAN DEPUTY EDITOR RAVES Finally caught up with Watchmen! Particularly liked how Cal’s matter-of-factness about death later made perfect sense. Delighted that the Beeb’s 1981 version of The Day Of The Triffids is getting a Blu-ray release (7 September). Been going through BFI Player’s free collections: the Gothic (bit.ly/gothicbfi) and sci-fi (bit.ly/scifibfi) ones are worth a look. JONATHAN COATES ART EDITOR RAVES Finally watched the fantastic first season of The Umbrella Academy. Here’s to season two and (hopefully) lots more dance numbers! RANTS Was excited about…

1 min.
captain’s log

The Boys are back, and it’s about f*ckin’ time. No, we couldn’t put that on the cover. I don’t know about you, but with each new launch that arrives now – be it streaming or print – I’m more grateful than I’ve ever been. Maybe I didn’t realise how much I took for granted a new batch of comics arriving every Wednesday, new films opening every Friday… So I’m very excited to get an all-new second season of The Boys and be able to lose myself in a different “what if” world. Thinking about The Boys always reminds me of my first trip to San Diego Comic-Con last year – where I should’ve been in the last days of us putting this issue together. Genuinely, it was one of the best…

2 min.
first contact

ROSWELL? NOT BAD, THANKS Russell Guppy, email Just wanted to write in and say what a great watch Roswell, New Mexico has been [now on ITV2!]. It is such a great adaptation of the books/reimagining of the ’90s TV show (depending on your previous exposure). For those familiar with the ’90s TV iteration it’s a fun retelling and trying to work out familiarities and differences with characters is a fun part of watching it. We have heard the name Tess a few times but are still waiting for her to appear (nothing as of season two, episode six). Musical themes are great too, from Counting Crows to Oasis and even the actual ’90s Roswell theme at one point. As for the season two guest star surprise… truly brilliant! The plots and characters are…

2 min.
red alert

Time On Your Hands Thom Whalen has adapted his 50th anniversary art of the USS Enterprise for the first Star Trek x Vannen watch collection. Strictly limited to 200 pieces – in grey and white – each watch has artwork on the straps, dial and crystal (not dilithium), as well as custom Star Trek etchings on casing and crown. Random watches have had packaging signed by the artist too. $65, vannenwatches.com/collections/star-trek What The Schlock?! The creator of 2000 AD, Pat Mills, is back with a brand new sci-fi comic – 2020 just keeps coming up with the twists. A love letter to the past, with one foot firmly in the future, Spacewarp contains six “DNA-warping stories”. The 70-page publication is available now digitally, with a print edition planned for the autumn. Should you like…

4 min.
flame on!

SCI-FACT! Negan Lives! includes the cryptic teaser “PS Clementine Lives!”, suggesting a return for the Telltale Games character. JUST AS HE DREW ON CLASSIC ZOMBIE films for The Walking Dead, Robert Kirkman has tapped into his favourite martial arts movies for Fire Power, his new Image/Skybound series with former Daredevil artist Chris Samnee. “I wanted to take everything I love about the genre, find some nooks and crannies that hadn’t been explored yet and add some weird, unexpected elements to it,” Kirkman tells Red Alert. “And Chris is so great with his action choreography that I knew this would be a spectacular comic book.” Despite the main character resembling a fireball-tossing version of Iron Fist, Kirkman was determined not to emulate the outdated tropes embodied by Danny Rand and the likes of Doctor…

1 min.
aerial assault

Matt Reeves’s The Batman to get prequel series on HBO Max, inspired by DC’s Gotham Central. Lucasfilm creating Star Wars: The Bad Batch for Disney+, showcasing the mercenary squad seen in The Clone Wars. Netflix placing a death hex on The Chilling Adventures Of Sabrina. Javicia Leslie is the new star of Batwoman for The CW, playing Ryan Wilder. Blumhouse teaming with Netflix on feature adaptation of Stephen King’s “Mr Harrigan’s Phone”. Groundhog Day TV series rumoured to be in development (imagine binge-watching that…). Marvel’s WandaVision pushed to spring 2021. Netflix adapting Usagi Yojimbo comic as CG animation Samurai Rabbit: The Usagi Chronicles. Kelly Marie Tran and Mike Colter to star in Hulu anthology Monsterland. Sean Bean boarding season two of Snowpiercer, playing the train’s creator Mr Wilford. Sequel to Bird Box in the works at Netflix…