Andersonic #23 is here

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Issue 23 of the hit fanzine Andersonic is now available, and it’s packed with a wide range of amazing features that will appeal to Anderson fans of all interests.

  • Ayshea Brough interview – Ayshea talks about her time working on UFO.
  • Archive – In 1993 Chris Drake interviewed Gerry Anderson for his book ‘UFO & Space: 1999′. In the third part of this interview Gerry talked candidly about the making of Captain Scarlet.
  • Alan Shubrook – Alan writes about the recent demolition of the Century 21 studios in Slough and also shares his thoughts on working on Captain Scarlet.
  • Captain Scarlet Comics of the 90s – Graeme Bassett writes about his work on Alan Fennell’s comic revival of the early 1990s .
  • The A-Z of Stingray – Essential marine facts for the aquanaut of tomorrow – today!
  • Space: 1999 – a critique of End of Eternity with the emphasis on Ray Austin’s direction.
  • The Protectors – Mike Coldwell casts an eye over Shadbolt
  • Watching the Watchers – A look at Granada’s Supermarionation transmission history of the 60s and 70s.
  • Captain Scarlet – ‘Point 783′ – two writers slug it out over this popular episode.
  • Merchandise Reviews – we review recent CDs and books. Plus ‘Things You Do (when you’re a fan)’, news of an upcoming UFO convention and some other stuff.

Take it from us – it’s 44 pages of Anderson heaven!

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Brian Johnson interviewed in latest Andersonic issue

Issue 20 - AndersonicIssue 20 of Andersonic is now available for all discerning fans of Gerry and Sylvia Anderson!

The latest issue of the hit Anderson fanzine includes:

Brian Johnson interview – covering his work on Space 1999, Stingray, Thunderbirds, 2001 and the Alien films

Mark Harrison Interview – CG director on New Captain Scarlet and leader of the Scarlet Team, Mark discusses his work on Gerry’s last series

Thunderbirds 1965 – set visit during the filming of ‘The Abominable Snowman’ episode

Anderson Dream Episodes – clever lateral thinking or a feeble cop-out?

Space: 1999 – Another Time, Another Place – Mark Braxton reviews one of the first series’s weirder episodes

Reviews – Alan Shubrook’s new book, CD21 interview CDs and  ’The Lost Worlds of Gerry Anderson’ DVD

Strip Story – the Andersonic time machine goes back to 1965 to dissect the first issue of TV Century 21

Featuring new art by Richard Smith, issue 20 comprises 44 pages with colour inner & outer covers, and is available to purchase from