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SFX: The Sci-Fi and Fantasy Magazine - - Letters -

Keith Tu­dor ( happy to have Un­der The Dome back, but won­der­ing if bud­gets will ever al­low it to be fin­ished – we hope so, Keith); Ilona Kos­mowsky ( whole­heart­edly agree­ing with our one- star drub­bing of Howard Ja­cob­son’s oth­er­wise- beloved J – “this will give me the strength to find some­thing more in­ter­est­ing to read”); Peter El­liot ( whole­heart­edly dis­agree­ing with our two- and- ahalf star as­sess­ment of Luc Bes­son’s Lucy – “Scar­lett Jo­hans­son cer­tainly was not a ‘ blank slate au­tom­a­ton’ for the majority of the film”); Jessica Fyn­boh ( ex­cit­edly call­ing Colin Baker’s Doc­tor “sassy Sixie” and mak­ing us all feel a bit wrong in the process); Matt Bel­lamy ( curs­ing us for us­ing the term showrun­ner – “Are cam­era­men soon to be­come ‘ ac­tion­cap­tur­ers?’” We might start us­ing that one just for you, Matt); Llama God ( re­turn­ing to WAHF to sug­gest that Groot’s touch­ing gift of a self- grown flower was in fact him giv­ing a lit­tle girl “a hand­ful of his seed” – be­have your­self!); Mary Bick­nell ( faith­fully in­doc­tri­nat­ing her lit­tle one – the awe­somely named Jack Flash Gor­don – into the ways of sci- fi via the pages of SFX; start ’ em young!); Neil Hick­man ( loving Rocket from Guardians, but not nec­es­sar­ily the man be­hind him; “If Bradley Cooper played a space rac­coon in all his films, I might like him more…”); John P Dunker­ley ( mak­ing a con­vinc­ing case for Guardians in fact be­ing a Farscape re­union movie, which it ’s not, but we can all dream);

Clive Seymour ( sug­gest­ing that we cover more ra­dio and au­dio­book con­tent, which cer­tainly isn’t out­side the realm of pos­si­bil­ity – Mr Berriman has been suit­ably ha­rangued); Si­mon Brown ( who was sad to see Dave Bradley’s sign- off last is­sue, but rest as­sured Si­mon, we’re not ac­tu­ally rid of him yet. He doesn’t seem to want to leave the of­fice); and many more…

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