TAKE A PEEK INSIDE THE FIRST AMAZING STORIES OF THE TWENTY-FIRST CENTURY! YOU’LL FIND:
Redoing the Dark Knight
by Joel Meadows
Screenwriter David Goyer talks about sending Batman back to his noir origins in the upcoming Batman Begins.
Saving the Superhero
by Kevin Dilmore
Blockbusters like X2: X-Men United and Spider-Man 2 prove that superhero movies can triumph, so why do so many others go wrong?
A Dimenson of Sound
by Jeff Berkwits
Rod Serling’s brainchild returns, only this time it’s what you can’t see that thrills you in the radio-play version of The Twilight Zone.
by Dave Gross
Adapting fantasy author George R.R. Martin’s The Hedge Knight might be the key to success for an up-and-coming comics company.
The Phases of Robert Silverberg
by Dorman Shindler
The award-winnning author of Lord Valentine’s Castle reflects on fifty years of writing science fiction.
by John Pelan & James J.J. Wilson
A look back at some influential movies, magazines, books, comic books, and TV from the first half of the twentieth century.
Q&A: Larry Niven
by Darrell Schweitzer
A brief chat with the creator of the Ringworld and Known Space stories.
PLUS, FOUR ALL-NEW SHORT STORIES!
by TIMOTHY ZAHN
The Spider’s Amazement
by BRUCE STERLING
by RAY VUKCEVICH
by GENE WOLF
AND “1,000 WORDS”
Loose Cannon, Or, Rubber Duckies from Space
by HARLAN ELLISON®
A Thrilling Two-Part Serial of Exactly 100 Words Each;
With an 800-Word Introduction by NEIL GAIMAN
Artwork by Jim DeBartolo
Back in the days of Hugo Gernsback, writers often created stories based on illustrations rather than the other way around. In that grand tradition, we’ve showed some of our favorite authors a picture, and they’ve showed us just which thousand words it paints.
AND THAT’S NOT ALL!
- More than 50 reviews of the latest books, movies, DVDs, and comics!
- News and previews from the world of SF, fantasy, and supernatural horror!
- Comic strips, crossword, and your letters!
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