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SFX Issue 244 On Sale Now

We look ahead at Marvel’s plans for the future in the latest print and digital edition of SFX, on sale now! Look inside for previews of Avengers: Age of Ultron , Guardians of the Galaxy and Ant-Man

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RED ALERT

The world’s favourite toys are getting ready for their big screen debut. If you’re interested in how The Lego Movie was constructed, look no further than the insight provided by producer Dan Lin and co-director Chris McKay.

KEVIN FEIGE

Marvel head honcho Kevin Feige tells us how Guardians of the Galaxy takes the studio’s cinematic adventures deeper into space than ever before, how Ultron came to be picked as the villain for Avengers 2 and how pre-production for Ant-Man is progressing.

THE WALKING DEAD

We’re halfway through the fourth season of The Walking Dead and things have, unsurprisingly, taken a bleak turn. Executive producer Gale Anne Hurd is on hand to reflect on the devastating events of the midseason finale while comic series creator Robert Kirkman teases upcoming episodes.

FRANKENSTEIN

Frankenstein’s monster is an enduring horror icon. SFX looks back at the onscreen history of Mary Shelley’s creation before looking ahead to where the character will go in the future.

AARON ECKHART

The latest incarnation of Frankenstein’s monster will appear in I, Frankenstein . Its star talks about the look of the character, the appeal of the role and how this version of Frankenstein will differ to previous ones.

ALMOST HUMAN

We take a look at Almost Human , the futuristic buddy cop show that pairs a human cop (Karl Urban) with a robotic partner (Michael Ealy). SFX has an exclusive interview with creator and executive producer JH Wyman.

THE TOMORROW PEOPLE

The remake of the original ‘70s show is now airing on E4. We’ve got an in-depth look at how executive producers Greg Berlanti and Phil Klemmer were inspired to bring the show back - and why they think it has lasting appeal.

REVIEWS

We’ve got reviews of Peter Jackson’s latest trip back to Middle-earth in The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug and Spike Jonze’s unusual romantic drama Her . Plus, verdicts on Riddick , Upstream Colour and Insidious: Chapter 2 as they hit DVD and Blu-ray.

Bonus Digital Content
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SFX Magazine is the world's number one sci-fi, fantasy, and horror magazine published by Future PLC. Established in 1995, SFX Magazine prides itself on writing for its fans, welcoming geeks, collectors, and aficionados into its readership for over 25 years. Covering films, TV shows, books, comics, games, merch, and more, SFX Magazine is published every month. If you love it, chances are we do too and you'll find it in SFX.