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June 2011

Impact magazine June 2011 edition.

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Contents

Impact Magazine June 2011 Covera pirate’s life for me

Yo Ho Ho... everyone’s favourite swash-buckler returns. Can Jack Sparrow and this fourth ‘Caribbean’ film live up to expectations?

fiends, romans, countrymen...

Peter Briggs takes us behind the scenes as he moves forward with plans for both Panzer 88 and Mortis Rex...

unholy orders

Heaven’s above... can Priest’s futuristic heroes win against the vampiric forces of darkness?

defying convention

Impact was out on the road over the last month or so and attended the ground-breaking Kapow! event co-created by comics wunderkind Mark Millar and bringing comics back to centre-stage...

human writes

During the Kapow! event, Impact editor John Mosby hosted a panel with Being Human creator and Doctor Who writer Toby Whithouse. here we present the highlights as he talks about upping the stakes for his heroes...

[asian extreme] paranormal activity & i saw the devil

This month the poltergeists pack their bags for a trip to Japan with an Oriental spin on the hit fear franchise Paranormal Activity and I Saw the Devil proves that there might just be some life left in the ol’ torture-porn cycle…

hk filmart round-up

March 2011 saw the Asian Film Awards, the Hong Kong International Film Festival and the 15th Hong Kong Filmart in full effect. Impact’s roving reporter Ricky Morris looks at what was on offer...

a-list in wonderland

Wonder Woman should be voluptuous cat-nip for the movies and television… but seems eternally doomed to Development Hell. So why didn’t the latest proposed series go forward?

captain america

This summer Marvel unleashes its big budget Captain America movie. But 20 years ago, the hero hit the screen (at least in certain territories) with Albert Pyun at the helm. Mike Leeder takes a look back at Albert Pyun’s take on the first avenger...

[japanime] drawer hobs

In a city still recovering from the recent trials and tribulations, Andrez Bergen looks on the brightside and works on a top-drawer quirky anime outing called Drawer Hobs...

[anime attack] akira

Impact celebrates twenty years of the acclaimed Akira and two decades of Manga Entertainment...

tia carrere

From action star to Grammy winner, we meet Tia Carrere, a lady of note(s)...

terry gilliam is not dead

John Mosby talks to the legendary director, actor and illustrator about a career less ordinary...

jeff speakman

He was a ‘mover and shaker’ of Nineties action releases and now he’s on his way back. Mike Leeder catches up with Jeff Speakman...

billy chong

Billy Chong was once hailed as the next Jackie Chan or the ‘Bruce Lee of the ‘80s!’ And it’s easy to see why, he had the looks, the moves, the charisma - but he faded from the spotlight. Impact takes a look back at the films of the man known variously as Willy Dozen or Billy Chong...

goodbye, sarah-jane

The unexpected death of Elisabeth Sladen caused a lot of fans to fondly remember her significant contribution to the success of Doctor Who and beyond. We remember her...

dylan dog

It might not get the fanfare of the other comic-inspired movies of the summer, but is Dylan Dog: Dead of Night about to have its day or is its bark worse than its bite?

[far from fragile] taking the direct approach

Beau Smith takes his regular look at the world of comics and their place in a multimedia, big-business marketplace...

multimedia

A round-up of the latest books, DVDs and games that should be on your shopping list

next month

We go behind the scenes on the upcoming War of the Worlds: Goliath, talk to Noel Clarke and assess the end of another TV season...

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