Read SFX On Your iPad And Computer

Shiny Digi-versions of SFX now available to read on Computer, iPad and iPhone

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SFX frequently deals in worlds and technologies of the future so it’s only right that we move with the times as well, which is why you can now read SFX without fear of lethal paper cuts or causing further damage to the rainforests by purchasing a digital version from digital publishers Zinio (opens in new tab) .

Subscriptions and single issues (going all the way back to September 2009) are available now for a tasty discount on the cover cost, including 27% off annual subscriptions and 100% less walking to your local newsagent for single issues. You can check out a preview of the latest issue on your Mac or PC to see what the fuss is all about here (opens in new tab) , but best of all you can now read SFX on the move without looking like a weirdo on your iPhone or iPad thanks to the handy Zinio app.

It’s the future folks (though it definitely won’t be replacing the print version anytime soon, at least not until we get that cool holo-paper from Caprica / Minority Report ) and another great way to enjoy the galaxy’s greatest science fiction magazine. Direct links to subscriptions (opens in new tab) and available single issues (opens in new tab) can be found by clicking on the funny orange text.

Jordan Farley

I'm the News Editor at Total Film magazine, running the opening pages of every issue where you can read exclusive interviews and see first-look images from the biggest films. I was previously the Community Editor at sci-fi, fantasy and horror movie bible SFX. You'll find my name on news, reviews, and interviews covering every type of movie, from the latest French arthouse release to the biggest Hollywood blockbuster. My work has also featured in Official PlayStation Magazine and Edge. Outside of my day job, I'm a FromSoft fanatic (proudest achievement: beating Malenia solo) and a TV connoisseur (translation: I'll watch anything).