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Amazing Stories Issue #607

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VOLUME 74
ISSUE 1

FEATURES

You Are on the Global Frequency
By Steve Fritz
Creator Warren Ellis talks about adapting his hit comic series into a potential TV series.

Festival del Toro
By John Strysik
Guillermo del Toro, director of The Devil’s Backbone, Mimic, Blade II, and Hellboy raises some hell.

The Weird, Weird West
By Therese Littleton
Author China Miéville explains how a diversity of influences led to The Iron Council.

You Are Not Alone
By Heidi Broadhead
Seattle’s new Science Fiction Museum and Hall of Fame shows just how strong a force fan power is.

Romancing the Zombie
By Resa Nelson
On the set of last fall’s hit zombie romance, Shaun of the Dead, director Edgar Wright and actor Simon Pegg knock ’em dead.

FICTION

Nowhere in Particular
By Mike Resnick

The Wisdom of Disaster
By Nina Kiriki Hoffman

Brainspace
By Robin D. Laws

Jimmy and Cat
By Gail Sproule

1,000 Words:
Wishful Thinking
By Greg Keyes

DEPARTMENTS

The Observatory
Reflections from Lisa Stevens, CEO of Paizo Publishing

Dispatches
Letters from readers; comics; humor; a puzzle; and what Eoin Colfer’s reading.

Things to Come
News and previews, passages, and more.

Reviews
Books, DVDs, comics, and movies—plus, we look at the most amazing films of 2004 and the most promising films of 2005.

Time Machine
January 1952: the Korean War, Communist witch hunts—what's not to like?

Q&A:
Eoin Colfer
The author of the beloved Artemis Fowl series and The Supernaturalist confesses his true love for comic books.

Reviewed in This Issue

Movies
2004 Vs. 2005 Smackdown: The Films of 2004 Face Off Against the Most Promising Ones of 2005

DVDs
Buffy the Vampire Slayer: The Complete Seventh Season
Cyber City DVD Collection
Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind
Incredibly Strange Creatures Who Stopped Living and Became Mixed-Up Zombies!!?
Judex
Santo y Blue Demon contra los Monstruos
Species III
Star Wars Trilogy
Twilight Zone: Season One

Books
Black Brillion
Bloody Crown of Conan
Conversations with Ray Bradbury
Dragon’s Treasure
Family Trade
Glory Road
Grand Tour
Hostile Takeover
In Lands That Never Were
Jonathan Strange and Mr. Norrell
Life of the World to Come
McSweeney’s Enchanted Chamber of Astonishing Stories
Stupidest Angel: A Heartwarming Tale of Christmas Terror
Thumbprints
Turn the Other Chick

Comics
Dr. Radium Battles Phill, King of the Pill Bugs!
New Invaders

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