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Issue #311 • ships from May 13 2004
News-stand Price UK £3.65 / US $6.99

The Chronicles of Riddick

• He only just managed to escape from the unpleasant aliens in Pitch Black, but Richard Riddick returns to the fray in the storming new sequel. If highly-polished eyes, rippling muscles and shaving your head with a knife are your thing, then you’re in the right place – but maybe you should get out more…

• Vin Diesel: He’s the tough guy with a twinkle in his eye, who played a spy and loves Sci-Fi! Mr Diesel gives us his views on what makes a great Sci-Fi movie and what Riddick does next…

• You can’t keep a good show down! We take an exclusive look at the new mini-series, Peacekeeper War, in the company of exec producer Brian Henson…

Bug alertStarship Troopers 2
• Arachnaphobes beware! The giant bugs of Starship Troopers are back. FX supremo, and now director, Phil Tippett reveals what got under his skin about movie-making…

• Blondes have more fun? That’s the case for the series' Harmony, otherwise known as Mercedes McNab. We take a look with her at her character's blonde’s roots…

• Executive Producer Mark Millar gives us a frank view of the show’s super Season Three, and looks forward to a new direction in Metropolis…

I, Robot
• One day in the near future, your vacuum cleaner will get a brain and take over the world. Until that day comes, relax and enjoy our preview of the new Will Smith actioner (but watch out that your microwave isn’t reading over your shoulder)

Best Animated Shows …Ever?
• Why the question mark? Because we play by our own rules of what makes a great animated show. Spidey or Jimmy Neutron? Batman or Battle of the Planets? Only we know the answer…

Dead End
• Fresh from the success of last year’s rib-tickling Horror movie, star Ray Wise goes into reverse gear for a look back. Step on the gas!!

  • Angel back for another bite?
  • Transylvannia TV (but no Cheeky Girls!)
  • Mutant X devolves
  • A new friend for Clark in Smallville
Reviews: Films
  • Van Helsing
  • Kill Bill II
  • Battle Royale II
Reviews: TV – Expanded Sealed! section
  • Two – count ‘em! – two sealed sections to tempt you with tantalizing TV text.
    If you don’t want to know what we’ve got, look away now:
  • Alias
  • Andromeda
  • Angel
  • Enterprise
  • Kingdom Hospital
  • Mutant X
  • Thunderbirds
Win! Win! Win!
  • A load of robot goodies with our great Transformers / Visionaries competition!
  • Trailer Park
    A skewed view of what’s appearing near you in the cinemas. Just don’t take it too seriously…
    This issue: Ginger Snaps 3

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