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Clean, fashionable and authoritative, the award-winning SciFiNow is the last word per 30 days advisor science-fiction and delusion. supplying unique behind-the-scenes positive aspects, on-set stories, A-list interviews and extra, the journal supplies readers helpful perception into the ever-changing undefined. each factor additionally incorporates a designated unfashionable sci-fi part devoted to the easiest – and occasionally worst – movies and exhibits of sci-fi previous in addition to a bit dedicated fullyyt to the superior in SF literature making SciFiNow the best option for somebody who’s ever desired to wield a lightsaber.

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