May/June 2005

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Editor(s):  Tom Hunter and Claire Weaver and Martin McGrath
Price:      2.25
Pages:      32, A4

Notes:      #173

    Welcome                             Claire Weaver
    On Building a Fantastical City      Jeff VanderMeer

    BSFA News: All Change Please        Tom Hunter
    Star Wars Generation                Tom Hunter

    News                                Claire Weaver and
                                        Martin McGrath and
                                        Tom Weaver
    World of Science                    Roderick Gladwish
    Flicker (Film/TV News)              Martin McGrath
    Foundation Favourites, Number 14: 
          Metropolis - Thea Von Harbou  Andy Sawyer
    Mediatations                        Martin McGrath
    Pulpitations: Mind the Gush (The 
          Infinite Matrix; The Martian 
          Wave; Star Wars Magazine)     Roderick Gladwish
    Resonances: Back from the Dead      Stephen Baxter
    Attack of the E-Clones, Revenge of 
          the Sites                     Martin Sketchley
    BSFA Awards: A Very Good Year       Claire Brialey
    Rage Against... readers!            Colin Brush
    Crossword 173; Use Your Force...    Martin McGrath

Film & Media Reviews
    Walk Down the Right Back Alley... 
          (Sin City)                    Martin McGrath
    Hell and Damnation (Constantine)    Martin McGrath
    Seven Days (The Ring Two)           Samantha Corvin
    Moving and Magical (Howl's Moving 
          Castle)                       Martin McGrath
    Wired or Tired? (Robots)            Martin McGrath
    Slap Up Chopsocky (Kung Fu Hustle)  Martin McGrath
    Go West (The Big Empty)             John Hunter
    Jolly Green Giant (Save the Green 
          Planet)                       Martin McGrath
    Cloning Around (The Clone Wars)     Martin McGrath

    Warning: Contains Language          Karen Traviss
        by Liz Williams

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