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|Stargate SG-1/Atlantis/SG:U: The Official Magazine 35|
Stargate SG-1/Atlantis/SG:U: The Official Magazine 35 was released by Titan Magazines.
This issue, celebrate the return of Stargate Universe to television. Robert Carlyle tells us how it's a real ride for Rush! Ronan of Stargate: Atlantis becomes Robert E. Howard's Conan the Barbarian, and actor Jason Momoa discusses his big break. Plus, new fiction, pre-production artwork, and a mind-bending quiz!
- Chevron Engaged: The Editor's welcome to Stargate Magazine, plus a handy cut-out-and-keep guide to everyone who helps make your favorite magazine...
- Advanced Telemetry: All eyes may be on Stargate Universe as the newest addition to the Stargate family, but we're still following the latest developments in the worlds of Stargate SG-1 and Stargate: Atlantis.
- Stargazing: Alaina Huffman: Stargate Universe's First Lieutenant Tamara Johansen is tough, as is actress ALAINA HUFFMAN, who talks about her first season on the latest Stargate series.
- The Universe Interview: Patrick Gilmore: It seems to have been destiny that brought actor PATRICK GILMORE to Stargate Universe. "I was a huge Stargate movie fan," he says. "In fact, I saw it more than once and it was just as exciting each time."
- The Universe Interview: Peter Kelamis: Funeral salesman, school principal, bus driver and intergalactic casino thug—just a few of the characters that Australian-born PETER KELAMIS has played. Now he's one of the science guys on Stargate Universe.
- The Universe Interview: Jennifer Spence: Faced with weird, alien technology aboard an Ancient spaceship, actress JENNIFER SPENCE has endeavored to find a place for her character Dr. Lisa Park, the girl in the science gang.
- The Science Of Stargate: Stargate Magazine has an all-encompassing theme this issue: the portrayal of science across the three Stargate TV shows. From the actors who've played scientists, on Stargate Universe, Stargate SG-1 and Stargate: Atlantis, to the way alien technology (and its implications) have been depicted, we go behind-the-screen to look closely at how the shows fare.
- Wit & Wisdom: The Asgard: Our favorite little grey men may be gone, but they're not forgotten. The Asgard were the slightly sarcastic heart of Stargate. It's our pleasure to bring you their finest moments...
- The Atlantis Interview: Ben Cotton: His was a surprising role, but playing a scientist on Stargate: Atlantis allowed actor BEN COTTON to create a memorable character.
- Beyond The 'Gate: Wormholes!: We all know how the Stargates work on TV, but could we ever travel between two points in space via a wormhole for real?
- The Appliance Of Science: Stargate's Take On Science: From way-out concepts and magical gadgets to a series of flawed human scientists, science and scientific ideas have been central to all three Stargate TV shows.
- The Journal: Science Report On The Attero Device: Can Daniel Jackson and Rodney McKay work together to write a report on their discovery and activation of the Attero device, or will their egos get in the way? Well, what do you think?
- Stargazing: David Hewlett: Dr. Rodney McKay rapidly became a fan favorite thanks to DAVID HEWLETT's interpretation.
- Stargate Quiz: Our quizzical focus this issue is on the science of Stargate—so we hope you've been paying close attention at the back!
- Memorable Moment: 48 Hours: Rodney McKay, ever the gentleman, spends his inaugural SGC visit making friends and influencing people in his own inimitable style...
- Classic Episode: Ascension: When Carter attracts the attention of an Ascended being, it's the start of a beautiful, if slightly nerdy friendship. If hiding an alien in your basement makes you crazy, sign Carter up immediately!
- Stargate Magazine: Next Issue: A sneak-peek at next issue of Stargate Magazine, one you won't want to miss, no matter what galaxy you come from...