The Latest SFX Special Edition: The A-Z Of Sci-Fi TV

Tune in to 124 pages of televisual goodness

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The A-Z Of Sci-Fi TV , the latest SFX Special Edition, is on sale from Tuesday 27 November, and it’s a great big celebration of the small screen. Using the alphabet as our guide, we navigate 124 pages of the best TV from past, present and future, taking in some old classics, the hottest shows on TV right now, and some of the new series you’ll be watching in 2013.

Order your digital edition via Newsstand (opens in new tab) (iPad), or Zinio .

Order your print copy from My Favourite Magazines (opens in new tab) .

Here’s a little hint of what to expect…

Stand by for action!

Merlin stars Colin Morgan and Bradley James on creating TV’s number one double act.

Steven Moffat talking Doctor Who past present and future.

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A sneak peek at the hottest genre shows of early 2013.

The ten most important sci-fi and fantasy TV shows of all time The X-Files is in there; what else made the cut?

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The cast of Blake’s 7 reunited.

The men who designed the USS Enterprise (s) explaining how they created TV’s most iconic spaceship.

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How the creators of Arrow took DC’s archery legend to the small screen.

A look back at Ghostwatch , the BBC show that terrified a nation.

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What to expect from the third season of Game Of Thrones.

Writers from The Big Bang Theory and Community on telling jokes for a sci-fi literate audience.

Fringe showrunner JH Wyman’s season-by-season guide to the show.

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Gerry Anderson ‘s sci-fi CV.

The history of the universe according to TV.

PLUS! TV’s best intro sequences and cliffhangers, top screen deaths, the Hollywood of sci-fi (clue: it’s in Canada), lifting the lid on what a showrunner actually does, the zingiest telly insults, what we learned from ’80s cartoons and much, much more.

Not only do you get a kick-ass magazine, your package of televisual joy comes with:

Two official Doctor Who badges.

Three Merlin postcards.

A giant poster featuring Fringe and Arrow.

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It’s in the shops from Tuesday 27 November.

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