Infinity Magazine Bundle 1 thru 15 New and Unread. First Collectors Issue contains a host of great articles on everything from the maddest Italian sci-fi movies to Blade Runner, the first series of Star Trek, Flash Gordon and the weird life of Philip K. Second Collectors Issue contains a exhaustive look at the career of puppet master Gerry Anderson, a great episode guide to the first series of Star Trek, some madcap Italian Apocalypse movies, a trip to The Land of the Giants and a chat with Jar Jar Binks! Theres also Peter Cushing as Doctor Who and Confessions of a Star Wars fan. No Longer in print Extremely Rare Copy no longer available from publisher.Third Collectors Issue contains The Man From U. And get into some swinging 60s spy-fi. Then we blast off into outer space for some fun with The Catwomen of the Moon and try to avert a crisis on Moonbase Alpha in Space 1999. John Carpenters creations take centre stage in another fine feature and we also enjoy his hippies in space saga Dark Star. Fourth Collectors Issue contains a candid interview with Aliens Veronica Cartwright, a look at New Doctor Who vs Old Doctor Who, a chat with Terminator 2 star Robert Patrick, big screen Superspies of the 60s, The Cathy Gale years of The Avengers, Supermachines of the 80s and even Kate Bush! Fifth Collectors Issue contains a look at the history of the Planet of the Apes TV series we bring you great features on The Invaders, The Incredible Huk and Sapphire and Steel. And as if that wasnt enough you can read all about the 1950s monsters of Bert I. Gordon and join us in celebrating Captain Scarlets 50th anniversary. Sixth Collectors Issue contains a obvious choice to celebrate 50 years of The Prisoner, Patrick McGoohans groundbreaking 1967 show.
Also in this packed issue you will find features on The Time Tunnel, Saturday Morning Cartoons of the 60s, Doctor Who cliffhangers, Iain M. Banks, 2000AD, RoboCop, Star Wars Conventions No Longer in print Extremely Rare Copy no longer available from publisher. Seventh Collectors Issue contains a talk of Time Lords and Time Ladies and new female WHO Jodie Whittaker makes for a striking cover girl.
This issue is packed with retro delights as usual including looks back at favourite shows such as UFO, Randall and Hopkirk (Deceased) and Man In A Suitcase. All that and Captain Scarlet too. Eighth Collectors Issue contains Blakes 7 is 40 years old now? Celebrate the BBCs hugely popular sci-fi opus, a show that looks better as the years go by. Other delights in store for fans include a fond look back at the best episodes of Lost in Space, some amazing schoolgirl sic-fi, the legendary Ray Harryhausen, lost episodes of Dr Who and Battlestar Galactica.Ninth Collectors Issue contains The Six Million Dollar Man, Dan Dare, Dave Prowse, Vintage Serials and so much more. Tenth Collectors Issue contains Buck Rogers in the 25th Century well be blasting off with Kubricks 2001 astronauts on the classic films 50th anniversary, checking out season 2 of Blakes 7, interviewing Boba Fett, enjoying vintage radio sci-fi, the monsters of Marvel and the art of Roger Dean.
Oh and we have got The Clangers too. Eleventh Collectors Issue contains John Steed and Emma Peel, The Avengers in one of Britains most eccentric and colourful spy-fi shows. Weve also got monsters from Voyage To The Bottom of the Sea, The Time Machine, The Thing From Another World, Harry Harrison sci-fi and Australias answer to Star Trek plus lots more.Twelfth Collectors Issue contains Those lying lizards of the epic TV miniseries V are as popular now as they always were, and in fact they run the government nowadays. We also have The New Avengers, Doctor Who doing battle with Mary Whitehouse and George Orwells 1984. The the chilling kiddies sci-fi favourite, Sky and Logans Run, alongside a fun feature on the banned Topps Mars Attacks trading cards which inspired the Tim Burton movie. Thirteenth Collectors Issue contains a spectacular coverage of the Wonder Woman TV series, Then theres a Forbidden Planet feature that is out of this world and an interview with Randall and Hopkirk star Annette Andre for those who still dream of Jeanie.
Weve also got Doctor Who and Blakes 7 special effects, The Tomorrow People, The Tripods and so much more. Fourteenth Collectors Issue bring you features on such great old TV shows as Space Patrol, Sentimental Agent and Joe 90?We also celebrate one of the best sci-fi blockbusters of the 1950s with a superb feature on This Island Earth, and take readers on a trip to The Outer Limits. Fifteenth Collectors Issue contains a Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea and take a trip to The Land Unknown in this fabulously diverse and entertaining issue of Britains most exciting magazine for fans of classic sci-fi and cult TV. You can also read about the story of comics and check out the obscure but fascinating Avengers wannabe, The Corridor People. All the Magazines Pages have never been turned or even Read, no creases or marks, come with free Dust Covers. Will be packed securely so no damage will come to this great collection. The item "INFINITY Magazine Bundle 1-15, Thunderbirds, Dr Who, Space 1999, Planet of the Apes" is in sale since Sunday, January 6, 2019. This item is in the category "Books, Comics & Magazines\Magazines\Film & TV". The seller is "nicemoments66" and is located in Slough. This item can be shipped to United Kingdom, Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Australia, United States, Canada, Brazil, Japan, New Zealand, China, Israel, Hong Kong, Norway, Indonesia, Malaysia, Mexico, Singapore, South Korea, Switzerland, Taiwan, Thailand, Saudi arabia, South africa, United arab emirates, Ukraine, Chile.