SFX magazine issue 319 is now in the shops, and comes with a choice of two covers! Pick either the grinning skull of a Terminator from the forthcoming Dark Fate or Ruby Rose as Batwoman. Below we run down just a few highlights of the issue; alternatively, you can get a feel for the contents by skimming through this digital preview.
Batman's skedaddled, but don't fret: Gotham City has a new protector, as Kate Kane dons a Bat-mask (and, er, a big red wig). We talk to showrunner Caroline Dries and stars Ruby Rose and Dougray Scott.
Terminator: Dark Fate
Arnie, Linda Hamilton and producer James Cameron are all back, for a sequel which quietly pretends the last three films didn't happen (frankly we were already doing that for at least two of them). We quiz the cast.
How do you adapt Stephen King's sequel to The Shining and keep both the Kubrick Estate and the author (who hated the movie) happy? Tricky. Writer/director Mike Flanagan tells us about the resulting stress ulcer.
The Walking Dead
Did you bail on the zombie saga a while back? Well maybe you should reconsider, cause season nine marked a bit of a resurgence. We ask cast and crew how they'll keep it up for season ten.
Read more: The Walking Dead season 10 premiere review: "A bold, cinematic re-introduction to the series"
Zombieland: Double Tap
Ten years on from laying out the rules for surviving the zombie apocalypse, Tallahassee, Columbus, Wichita and Little Rock are kicking undead ass again. Director Ruben Fleischer and star Jesse Eisenberg tell us all about the horror-comedy sequel.
With a new TV series about the walking, talking scarecrow set to arrive very soon, we look back at the classic '70s show starring Jon Pertwee for our regular retrospective slot, Time Machine.
And the big features are just the tip of the iceberg! As ever, our news section, Red Alert, is crammed with insights into yet more movies, TV shows, comics and books. In the spotlight this month: Shaun the Sheep movie Farmageddon, Arrow's final season, School's Out Forever, Yeti movie Abominable, and the new spin on Nancy Drew.
The SFX verdict on Joker kicks off 22 pages of searing critical analysis, as we inform you which of the latest films, TV shows, books, comics, audio plays, and video games are worth splashing your hard-earned cash on!
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