There's a choice of covers with the latest SFX: will you plump for Ms Marvel or The Orville: New Horizons? Either way, you'll find an eight-page feature on your preferred show inside.
Below we run down some of the highlights of the issue. Alternatively, you can get a quick idea of the contents by flicking through this digital preview.
The Orville: New Horizons
After what seems like forever, Seth McFarlane's outer-space show is finally back, with a more dramatically-focused third season. We speak to McFarlane, producer Brannon Braga, Scott Grimes (Lieutenant Malloy) and effects bod Brooke Noska – but still don't quite work up the courage to ask if they've ever heard of a singing green duck…
Kamala Khan, an Avengers fangirl who gains superpowers of her own, is the heroine of the latest MCU TV show. Star Iman Vellani, head writer Bisha K Ali and producer Sana Amanat tell us how they brought the misfit teen to the small screen. Hey, that rhymes!
Jurassic World Dominion
Colin Trevorrow is unleashing dinos on everyday human society in the concluding chapter of the Jurassic World series. This surely can't end well. We talk to the director, as well as returning stars Chris Pratt and Jeff Goldblum.
Ewan McGregor is putting on his best posh voice again to play the Jedi, in a six-part series set a decade after the events of Revenge Of The Sith. We speak to McGregor and Hayden Christensen about reviving the Master/Padawan conflict, and quiz director/producer Deborah Chow.
The Midwich Cuckoos
John Wyndham's classic 1957 novel (previously adapted for the big screen as Village Of The Damned) has now been turned into a seven-part TV series for Sky. We visit the set and try not to get mind-controlled by creepy kids as we speak to writer David Farr, star Max Beesley and producer Robert Cheek.
The boundary-pushing superhero show looks set to surpass itself in season three by taking on the "Herogasm" arc from the original comics. We chat orgies and toxic masculinity with showrunner Eric Kripke and new cast member Jensen Ackles.
And that's not all, features wise! We also chat with Angus MacLane, writer/director of Toy Story spinoff Lightyear; profile fantasy novelist JM Miro (aka Steven Price); and get Holly Black to fill in our author questionnaire.
And the big features are just the tip of the iceberg! As ever, our news section, Red Alert, has insights into yet more movies, TV shows, comics and books. In the spotlight this month: Alex Garland's intriguing horror film Men, Prime Video show Night Sky, and new Ant-Man, Blade Runner, Wild Cards and Gerry Anderson comics.
The SFX verdict on Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness kicks off 25 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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