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Find out what The Falcon and the Winter Soldier has in store with the new SFX

The cover and some of the contents of SFX issue 337.
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The Falcon and the Winter Soldier's Anthony Mackie and Sebastian Stan are the cover stars of SFX magazine issue 337, which is now sitting in the shops, patiently waiting for you to take it home. 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.
Should you have any problem finding a copy – or are shielding or self-isolating – you can always buy a copy online and have it delivered to your door (while stocks list). In the UK, the price (including P&P) is the same as buying it in the shops.

The Falcon and the Winter Soldier

The Falcon and the Winter Soldier feature from SFX issue 337.

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What happened next after Captain America passed on his shield? That's what Disney+'s new MCU show explores. We speak to both stars, as well as head writer Malcolm Spellman and director Kari Skogland. 

Superman & Lois

The Superman & Lois feature from SFX issue 337.

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The Arrowverse's Superman show sees the married Lois and Clark facing their most daunting challenge yet: parenthood! Showrunner Todd Helbing and stars Tyler Hoechlin and Elizabeth Tulloch spill the Super-beans. 

The Irregulars

The feature on The Irregulars from SFX issue 337.

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This new Netflix show is the latest fantastical twist on Sherlock Holmes – though Holmes himself takes a bit of a backseat, with street kids the Baker Street Irregulars foregrounded, and different monsters featured every week. We speak to the show's creator Tom Bidwell and his thesps. 


The Invincible feature in SFX issue 337.

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You can expect some surprisingly gnarly violence in Amazon's animated superhero show Invincible, the brainchild of Robert Kirkman. The Walking Dead's creator tells us why he felt the need for all that neck-snapping and decapitation, the sick puppy. 

Raya and the Last Dragon 

The Raya and the Last Dragon feature from SFX issue 337.

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The latest Disney animation sees a young female warrior setting off on a quest to find… well, have a guess. Producer Osnat Shurer and writer Adele Lim tell us how they brought the Southeast Asia-inspired fantasy realm of Kumandra to life. 

Mr Benn

The Mr Benn feature from SFX issue 337.

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This month marks the 50th anniversary of the transmission of the first episode of children's TV classic Mr Benn. To celebrate this milestone, we chat with creator David McKee and find out about the real-life Festive Road, the show's links to Frank Sinatra and The Beatles, and  the follow-up series that never was. 

And that's not all, features-wise! We also speak to Sylvester McCoy about his role in British horror The Owners, get a preview of the next six instalments of The Walking Dead from showrunner Angela Kang, and profile new Batwoman Javicia Leslie and Hugo-winning author Arkady Martine. 

Red Alert

The Debris news story from SFX issue 337.

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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: alien-artefacts-falling-to-Earth show Debris, Doctor Who audio The Kairos Ring, Silence Of The Lambs sequel series Clarice, Marvel's new Alien comic, and season two of alt-universe space race drama For All Mankind. 


A review of Doctor Who season eight from SFX issue 337.

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The SFX verdict on the new Blu-ray box set of Doctor Who season eight kicks off 21 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!

The Falcon and the Winter Soldier on the cover of SFX issue 337.

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Buy this issue as a digital edition

Fancy having this issue on your iPad instead of as a print magazine? Here's how.

Apple users: search for "SFX magazine" in the App Store. Once you've found our page, install the SFX app and hit Open to be taken to the SFX storefront.

We're also available on Android via Pocket Mags and Zinio. Most digital formats give you a 30-day free trial, so you can try before you buy!

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