WELCOME TO SCI-FI HEAVEN

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Welcome to Infinity, the brand new magazine for fans of science fiction and cult TV. On sale at all major newsagents and travel points in the UK as well as Barnes and Noble and other premium booksellers in the USA, the first issue goes on sale April 27th, 2017. New issues will be available every six weeks from then on, and there are good savings to be made if you subscribe. What’s different about Infinity that sets it apart from the other sci-fi mags out there? The main difference is we will not be confining ourselves to press release-type information on the new science fiction blockbusters and going over the same old ground about who should or should not be the next Doctor Who! We will be looking at the rich history of the genre, with the help of some of the best writers around. If you are already a fan of The Dark Side magazine then you will know exactly what kind of high quality to expect, and Infinity will be dazzling to look at too. The first issue contains many of your sci-fi favourites and we take a close-up look at Blade Runner on the eve of the long-awaited 2017 remake. Check it out and let us know what you think – we are certain you will not be disappointed!

 

8 COMMENTS

  1. Looking forward to this new sci-fi magazine lets hope theirs some great looking photos and posters and some great interviews and some retro planet of the apes and six million dollar man.
    All the best
    Lee nod rodgers

  2. Just received the first edition and it is fantastic. I’ve taken out a subscription. Can’t wait to read the Gerry Anderson feature in the next issue.

  3. Thanks for the great magazine. Its different emphasis on sci-fi is refreshing to see and a most welcome change from the standard magazines out there. As an avid reader of sci-fi it was good to see the Philip Dick article and the look at book covers. Please don’t forget this area in future issues as, at the end of the day, it is the source/inspiration for all of the visual material currently being produced. An article on Frank Herbert perhaps? Anyway, subscription taken out with pleasure.

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