It’s the summer of aliens: Prometheus , Men in Black 3 , Battleship , Avengers Assemble- they’re even in The Dark Knight Rises (not really. That’s the next reboot when Michael Bay takes over...). We love aliens here at SFX , and we’re throwing them an intergalactic celebration in SFX 222. Buy a copy and let it hug your face until you burst with joy! Order SFX right here (opens in new tab) if it's already sold out in your area...
Noomi Rapace, Michael Fassbender, and the great Ridley Scott discuss the Alien prequel and potential classic-in-the-making.
Men In Black 3
Ten years after the first sequel, SFX chats with MIB3 director Barry Sonnenfeld, as well as monster make-up legend Rick Baker.
Snow White And The Huntsman
From thirty seconds in Star Trek to a thunder god and leading man, “Big Hammer” Chris Hemsworth talks turning Snow White into an epic fantasy.
Game Of Thrones
Liam Cunningham, AKA Davos Seaworth, AKA the Onion Knight tells us what he thinks makes Game Of Thrones unmissable.
The War Of The Worlds
The strange tale of the HG Wells adaptation that never was.
Kim Stanley Robinson dishes out some tips on creating sci-fi future histories.
Lost In Space?
How does Prometheus fit into Alien’s universe? SFX plots the timeline.
China Miéville talks trains, confusing tales, and being haunted by his latest creation.
Fondly reminiscing over sci-fi classics Babylon 5 and A.I. Artificial Intelligence .
Avengers Assemble , The Hunger Games , Battleship , Juan Of The Dead , Silent House , Wrath Of The Titans, Mirror Mirror, The Darkest Hour, True Blood Season Four, Being Human Series Four, Clone, Strippers Versus Werewolves, 2312, Champion Of Mars, The Bloody Red Baron, America’s Got Powers, Crossed: Wish You Were Here and much, much more…
SFX 222 is on sale now, in shops as well as digitally (see below). You can also subscribe to the print version of SFX (opens in new tab) to save loads on the shop price. Hurrah!
Hey you, with that snazzy mobile device!
Got iOS5 for your shiny new iPhone/iPad/iPod touch? You do! Well, did you know you can download issues of SFX direct from Newsstand (opens in new tab) (our US chums can use this link (opens in new tab) )? iDevice users still in the dark ages of iOS4.whatever can also download the SFX app direct from the app store, which acts as a portal for you to download (or subscribe) to your favourite science fiction and fantasy magazine. Android users have no reason to feel left out either as you can still pick up the latest issue from Zinio , which will also rock your PC.