We also heard from
Chase Masterson (“SFX stood up for geekdom way before it was cool. Love and respect!”); Mary Bicknell (“Happy 20th birthday – the years may have zoomed by but here you are still looking great”); Tobias Sturt (“I remember sitting in the pub amazed at this mag that catered to my every nerd need with such panache”); Steven Ellis (“Thanks for all the friends your forum helped me find – I wouldn’t have a son if it wasn’t for you”); Danny (“SFX has been a constant reminder that I am not alone and other geeks existed in the world”); Verity Hayter (“Because of SFX, I’ve made some of the best friends I’ve ever had”); Daft_ Aider (“Still remember me and my schoolmate combining our lunch money for the first issue. Now I feel old!”); la_ jellybean (“For years you were my sole link to geekery, then you became my online home, and I met the love of my life there. Thank you”); CherryBomb (“I discovered conventions, cosplay and half the people I know online because of you!”); Clown Asylum (“Thanks for two decades of peerless SFF journalism, and the friends I made cos of your existence”); Allan Sansome (“Jeez that went quick, remember buying issue three – and having to search top shelves for the first few years!”); Stefan Mohamed (“May you still be produced and enjoyed within the sentient space- faring nanocloud that humanity eventually becomes”); Lisa Keenan (” SFX flung me headfirst into fandom, be it Buffy, Smallville, Supernatural or Being Human. Thank you!”); Saud Undre (“You guys keep me sane and proud of my geeky self and nerdy bones”); Ian (“The main thing I adore is that the magazine reads like you are with mates!”);
mars_ stu (“Thank you for 20 years of fun – and for making sci- fi fans feel wanted, loved, and respected”) and many many more. You guys are the best.
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