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Star Trek Fact File Issues 151 - 200

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Star Trek Fact File Issues 1 - 50

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Epi-Log Journal Issue 6

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January-February 1993 Issue. Gene Roddenberry Tribute Issue! A4 sized 100 page magazine with full colour front and back covers. Contains episode guides and articles about: Star Trek Animated, Star Trek: The Next Generation, Tarzan, Questor, Magnus 1, Battleground Earth, Spectre, Genesis II, Strange New World, Planet Earth, The Nine, plus exclusive Voyagers! coverage.
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Andersonic Issue Thirteen

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A superb 40-page A5-size fanzine from Richard Farrell and Vincent Law in black and white but now sporting colour covers ! Articles include:

A 9-page interview with Space: 1999 director Ray Austin in which he discusses his time on the series, including his favourite episodes, his style of direction and working with Martin Landau.

Jan King Interview - Jan discusses his time working on Captain Scarlet, Joe 90 and Terrahawks, including burning hotel rooms, puppet eunochs and old Ninestein himself.

Specsavers TV Advert - a photo feature on the making of the recent Thunderbirds Specsavers TV advert. Thunderhawks - the aborted concept that later evolved into Terrahawks with loads of photos, some even in colour.

Pat Silver - a short Q&A with the co-writer of Space:1999/ Full Circle.

The Bringers of Wonder - a review/script to screen feature of this Space:1999 two-parter.

Recollections of a Floor Puppeteer - John Last recalls his brief time working on Joe 90

Not so much a technical tome, more a personal critique of each subject matter written in a highly entertaining (and humourous) style. Recommended !


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Andersonic Issue Five

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STOCK NOW VERY LIMITED A superb new 40-page A5-size fanzine from Richard Farrell and Vincent Law in black and white but now sporting colour covers ! Articles include The Art of "UFO", "The Investigator" little-seen pilot episode, the "Trapped in The Sky" episode of "Thunderbirds", "The Man Who Came Back" and "A Question of Priorities" from "UFO" and "Dorzak" from "Space: 1999" all reviewed, an appraisal of "Star Maidens", a "UFO" location tour and the "2001: A Space Odyssey" concept plus a great deal more ! Not so much a technical tome, more a personal critique of each subject matter written in a highly entertaining (and humourous) style. Recommended !
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Andersonic Issue Four

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A superb 40-page A5-size fanzine from Richard Farrell and Vincent Law in black and white but now sporting colour covers ! Articles include "Thunderbirds" artists in "TV21", the "Timelash" episode of "UFO", "Guardian of Piri" from "Space: 1999" and "Attack on Cloudbase" from "Captain Scarlet" all reviewed, an appraisal of "Joe 90" and the "Starcruiser" concept plus a great deal more ! Not so much a technical tome, more a personal critique of each subject matter written in a highly entertaining (and humourous) style. Recommended !
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Issue Ten

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Sadly, the final issue. Publisher David Nightingale said: "TV21 meant so much to me in my childhood that bringing it back, albeit under a slightly different name, was probably the biggest thrill of my publishing career. Tribute must be paid to artist Graham Bleathman and writer Graeme Bassett who brought the whole package together and also to the 1960s originators such as artists Frank Bellamy, Ron Embleton, Mike Noble and writers Alan Fennell and Dennis Hooper (amongst many others). I hope we captured a little bit of the magic in our ten issue run."
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Issue Nine

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Issue Three

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Issue One

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Engale Marketing's attempt to re-create the magic of "TV21" only this time in 1988, not 1965 ! Brand new editorial combined wih reprints of classic comic strips saw, for the first time, most of the various Gerry Anderson puppet series woven into a cohesive and 'logical' future. All your favourites are here - "Stingray", "Captain Scarlet", "Fireball XL5", "Lady Penelope", "Zero X" and, of course, "Thunderbirds" drawn by the legendary Frank Bellamy.
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