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SciFiNow  |  Issue 128  


SciFiNow | Issue 128
Following on from the aftermath of the historic 'Invasion!' crossover, we speak to the cast and creators of Supergirl, The Flash, Arrow and Legends Of Tomorrow about how they plan to top this as The CW's flagship shows return from their mid-season slumber, as well as looking back at the series' greatest moments and how they forever transformed the superhero landscape. Also inside, we talk to the directors of upcoming cinema smashes The Great Wall, The Lego Batman and Resident Evil: The Final Chapter, catch up with American Gods showrunner Bryan Fuller about Starz' spectacular-looking take on Neil Gaiman's fantasy classic; venture down the yellow brick road with the creators of Wizard Of Oz reimagining Emerald City, and get to grips with X-Men-inspired Legion, which is being touted as TV's answer to Breaking Bad. Let us hope so.
Rewinding things a little, screenwriter Mick Garris reflects on Amblin classic *batteries not included on its 30th anniversary; we look back at anime game-changer Ghost In The Shell ahead of its upcoming Scarlett Johansson-fronted remake, and check in with Donnie Dark director Richard Kelly; look back at the brilliance of Douglas Adams, and find out from Sophie Aldred - the ultimate Doctor Who companion - about why we might not have seen the last of Ace just yet.

Inside this issue:
DC's TV Rebirth
- How Arrow, The Flash, Supergirl and Legends Of Tomorrow changed superhero TV forever, and what the future has in store
We are Legion!
- Inside Marvel's answer to Breaking Bad
Lego Batman
- The Dark Knight goes fun size
Cyberpunk Revisited
- Celebrating Ghost In The Shell's amazing legacy
Also Inside:
- The Great Wall
- Douglas Adams
- American Gods
- Kevin Smith
- Doctor Who
- Resident Evil: The Final Chapter
- Jumanji
- Donnie Darko
- Charlie Adlard
- Emerald City
- The OA
- Prevenge
- *batteries not included
- Fortitude
- Sleepy Hollow
- iBoy
- Voltron: Legendary Defender
- The White King
- Personal Shopper
and more!
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SciFiNow   |   Issue 128   


SciFiNow | Issue 128
Following on from the aftermath of the historic 'Invasion!' crossover, we speak to the cast and creators of Supergirl, The Flash, Arrow and Legends Of Tomorrow about how they plan to top this as The CW's flagship shows return from their mid-season slumber, as well as looking back at the series' greatest moments and how they forever transformed the superhero landscape. Also inside, we talk to the directors of upcoming cinema smashes The Great Wall, The Lego Batman and Resident Evil: The Final Chapter, catch up with American Gods showrunner Bryan Fuller about Starz' spectacular-looking take on Neil Gaiman's fantasy classic; venture down the yellow brick road with the creators of Wizard Of Oz reimagining Emerald City, and get to grips with X-Men-inspired Legion, which is being touted as TV's answer to Breaking Bad. Let us hope so.
Rewinding things a little, screenwriter Mick Garris reflects on Amblin classic *batteries not included on its 30th anniversary; we look back at anime game-changer Ghost In The Shell ahead of its upcoming Scarlett Johansson-fronted remake, and check in with Donnie Dark director Richard Kelly; look back at the brilliance of Douglas Adams, and find out from Sophie Aldred - the ultimate Doctor Who companion - about why we might not have seen the last of Ace just yet.

Inside this issue:
DC's TV Rebirth
- How Arrow, The Flash, Supergirl and Legends Of Tomorrow changed superhero TV forever, and what the future has in store
We are Legion!
- Inside Marvel's answer to Breaking Bad
Lego Batman
- The Dark Knight goes fun size
Cyberpunk Revisited
- Celebrating Ghost In The Shell's amazing legacy
Also Inside:
- The Great Wall
- Douglas Adams
- American Gods
- Kevin Smith
- Doctor Who
- Resident Evil: The Final Chapter
- Jumanji
- Donnie Darko
- Charlie Adlard
- Emerald City
- The OA
- Prevenge
- *batteries not included
- Fortitude
- Sleepy Hollow
- iBoy
- Voltron: Legendary Defender
- The White King
- Personal Shopper
and more!
As a subscriber you'll receive the following benefits:

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  You'll never miss an issue
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You'll receive 13 issues during a 1 year SciFiNow magazine print subscription.
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