BTFB IN THE MEDIA - SCIFI NOW #25 NOW ON SALE!



Allow us to bring the latest campaign news to you, quite literally, hot off the press. The 25th edition of Britain's premiere science fiction magazine, SciFiNow is now available for purchase at all good news agents and has brought the campaign to the attention of its readers.

Written by fans for fans, SciFiNow is a sophisticated, accessible, fresh and authoritative look at science fiction, fantasy, horror and cult television. Offering in-depth coverage of every aspect of sci-fi, the magazine breaks new ground with its cutting-edge approach to features, reviews and news. As relevant to those who grew up under the influence of Glen Larson as it is to those who only know the genre through JJ Abrams, the magazine also includes a unique retro ‘Timewarp’ section offering unprecedented access to the classic shows and films that made sci-fi what it is.

We thank all the team at SciFiNow for being so receptive to our cause and a special mention too to campaign coordinator, James McLean for providing them with an interview about the campaign. The best way to return the support of the SciFiNow team is to buy a copy of the issue which will additionally support the cause by showing that Millennium is still newsworthy a decade since it left air.


To read more about the Magazine, the latest issue or to purchase the magazine online please visit the following website!

3 Responses to "BTFB IN THE MEDIA - SCIFI NOW #25 NOW ON SALE!"

flexnfx said... February 22, 2009 at 2:22 PM

Wow! This is so awesome! It appears all the principle players are in place...Lance Henricksen, Carter, Spotnitz and the fans....seems to me this could @ least warrant discussions for a Diret to DVD movie if nothing else. I even had this crazy idea of bring Frank Black into an XF3 with both franchises focused on a "Big Event" scenario...maybe I just think about this stuff too much, eh? :)

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Laurent. said... February 23, 2009 at 5:11 PM

Hey guys! The link to their website is broken, it should send us to http://www.scifinow.co.uk/ !

Mark Hayden said... February 25, 2009 at 6:02 AM

Thank you for your vigilance Laurent, much appreciated. The link has now been updated and works fine.

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