Behold the new issue!
The Force reawakens in the new issue of SFX magazine as we bring you unbeatable, Jabba-sized coverage of Star Wars: The Last Jedi. Plus: the return of Black Mirror, a cast-packed Game of Thrones celebration and all the latest news and reviews. Turn to the cool side with us.
Grant Morrison's Happy! comes to TV while The Twilight Zone materialises on stage. Plus: 5 things you need to know about new supershow Krypton. All the latest news from the far corners of the geek universe, delivered direct to your cerebral cortex, no messin'.
Star Wars: The Last Jedi
From an audience with Jedi master Mark Hamill to a natter with new star Kelly Marie Tran, here's our Force-fuelled celebration of the movie event of the year. Includes your guide to living like a Jedi (disclaimer: we are not responsible for turnings to the Dark Side).
Stardate: WTF? We're on set for the new series of Black Mirror as Charlie Brooker unleashes another bout of creeping techno-paranoia. Full disclosure: nano-cameras embedded in this page are watching you. Behave.
Game of Thrones
What's it really like to live the Westeros lifestyle? The cast of TV's most brutal death-fest get together with SFX to share warm memories of escaping a bloody fate - for now - as we look back at seven seasons of Game of Thrones.
Batman Vs Two-Face
Holy clash of pop-culture icons! We speak to William Shatner as he menaces Gotham City in new animated caper Batman Vs Two-Face, Adam West's final performance as the Bright Knight. Atomic batteries to power! Turbines to speed!
The Comic Strips Present
Long before comics became films and TV shows, TV shows became comics. Weird, huh? In the first part of a major new series, we take a deep dive into four-colour nostalgia, revisiting the trippy comic strip tie-ins of the swinging '60s.
Thor: Ragnarok and Blade Runner 2049 at the cinema, Stranger Things 2 and Spider-Man: Homecoming on the small screen, Adrian Tchaikovsky's Dogs of War in books and DC's Dark Nights: Metal in comics. It's the SFX reviews section, sho' nuff.
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