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

Paul Hill ( pay­ing af­fec­tion­ate trib­ute to Terry Pratch­ett and pon­der­ing the fu­ture of Discworld); English Tony ( stag­gered that it ’s been 20 years since that fa­mous Tank Girl cover); He­len Wil­liams ( re­mem­ber­ing the in­ter­nal de­bate on whether to slit open the Spoiler Zone pages or to leave them sealed!); Neil Howard ( chuffed that he made long- term pals through our old clas­si­fied col­umns); Claire Web­ber ( fond mem­o­ries of the first SFX event at the Nor­breck in Black­pool); Stacey Shaw ( re­mem­ber­ing the long since gone pen­pal pages); Liam Curry (“The SFX Week­ender in Prestatyn was fun while it lasted”); Jamie Warr ( misses the fo­rum); Steven Critcher ( re­call­ing the SFX event in Black­pool where he met James Marsters and then ap­peared in the mag); Neil Hick­man ( thank­ing us for keep­ing alive his in­ter­est in Su­per­nat­u­ral af­ter it dis­ap­peared from ITV, and also pay­ing trib­ute to Sir Terry); Pradeep Batura ( one of our read­ers in In­dia, lov­ing the mag but want­ing more cov­er­age of comics); Peter Low­don ( says our Se­cret Wars Time Ma­chine brought back some good mem­o­ries – check out our fea­ture on new Se­cret Wars on p78!); Daryl Smith (“So will you be cov­er­ing For­ti­tude now? If you’ve been watch­ing you know what I mean!” Er, maybe. Who saw that twist com­ing...); Gary Wat­son ( con­cerned by Marvel’s Se­cret Wars 2025 sto­ry­line, and mourn­ing Leonard Ni­moy’s loss); Daniel Smith ( agree­ing with Rus­sell that the last se­ries of Doc­tor Who was hugely un­der­whelm­ing); Harold Okafor- Withers ( again, laud­ing The 100 – “Well worth catch­ing up with it again if you’d lost faith in the show at the end”); Keith Tu­dor ( re­mind­ing us that new Who is now ten years old and how fab it was when it came back); and many, many more…

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