Survivors feature in SciFiNow

By Rich Cross   Last updated on 30 January 2021, 18:46:34

New feature on Survivors in SciFiNow in March 2008


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A FOUR-PAGE FULL-COLOUR retrospective feature on Survivors was published in the April 2008 edition of SciFiNow magazine, authored by S:AWA editor Rich Cross.

In issue 13, which went on sale on 20 March 2008, the 'Modern classic show' slot of the magazine focuses on Terry Nation's classic post-apocalyptic TV drama.

The richly-illustrated feature includes: reasons why the series should be considered a 'classic'; a guide to the 'best' and 'worst' five episodes of the series; and a wide-ranging discussion of all three series of the programme.

Thumbnail images from the Survivors feature in Issue 13 of SciFiNow magazine
Thumbnail images from the Survivors feature in Issue 13 of SciFiNow magazine

When published, back in the spring of 2008, this issue of SciFiNow was available through all high-street newsagents, and had a cover price of £4.00.

The issue cannot currently be purchased through the back-issues services of the SciFiNow website (which does not offer copies from 2008), but copies do periodically appear on online auction sites.

The Covid-19 lockdown badly impacted on the sales of a range of magazines and journals, and during 2020 SciFiNow was forced to cease print publication.


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 Cross, R. (2021). 'Survivors feature in SciFiNow,' [online] Survivors: A World Away, 31 January. Available at: https://survivors-mad-dog.org.uk/a-world-away/Survivors_SciFiNow.php. Accessed on: 24 October 2021.

 
   

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