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Our annual salute to TV begins with part one of a three-part SPACE:1999 script-story that finds Koenig questioning the reason for their strange adventures, "The Devil's Sweets". Also: Sam Beckett leaps into a mental patient whose wife is conspiring to steal his land in the complete-in-this-issue QUANTUM LEAP story "Pardon My Insanity"; a SPACE:1999 "tech sheet" on Alpha as the "Hub Of Our Solar System: Lunar Transportation Node"; TWIN PEAKS' Agent Cooper tangles with a cantankerous stapler in the third "Tapes Withheld"; a FLASH filksong, "You Won't See Him"; FLASHBACK editor/publisher Steve Beverly reviews the Golden Age sci-fi classic series SCIENCE FICTION THEATER; part two of the FLASH story "Comes The Cheetah"; part three of the TWIN PEAKS script-story "Yin And Yang".

Issue 71--FAR-OUT FEBRUARY (Zip)

Primary story: The ENTERPRISE's crew (STAR TREK:THE NEXT GENERATION) questions a Deltan female suspected of murder in a take-off on BASIC INSTINCT's interrogation scene called "Raw Data". Also: A DRAGONRIDERS OF PERN short-short, "Lost And Found"; J. Calvin Smith provides a tongue-in-cheek preview of "DUNE: The Musical"; Shirla Turman sings a STAR TREK filksong about Spock's mating cycle, "I Think I Grock You"; a SOMETHING IS OUT THERE episode guide; a report on a national poll on Americans' impressions of extra-terrestrial life; part three of the PROJECT:U.F.O. story "Reunion: The Men In Black Incident".


Primary story: The struggle against the Visitors of V goes on with a new agent to take up the battle in the complete-in-this-issue story "Death Dreams". Also: The first ever JURASSIC PARK filksong, "Meat Eater"; Sam Beckett QUANTUM LEAPs into the life of INVISIBLE MAN Dr. Dan Weston in part one of a crossover adventure called "Leap In, Fade Out"; part two of the three-part GET SMART tale "The Almost, Absolutely, Positively Ultimate KAOS Kaper".


Primary story: Ben Horne's up to no good in the complete-in-this-issue story "Boys Night Out". Also: Cartoonist J. Calvin Smith turns out "A Musical Guide To TWIN PEAKS For The Very Young"; Cooper discovers the joy of temperature regulation in Federal buildings in the latest in the ongoing humor series "Tapes Withheld"; conclusion of the two-part Russ Tamblyn interview.


Primary story: Paul and Scott return to STARMAN's home world to save his people from a plague killing them in the conclusion of "Home For The Weekend". Also: The makeshift COUNTERSTRIKE team of Peter, Stone, and Monique Lamer must stop Strand from carrying out his evil plan and save Nikki--if they can--in the conclusion of "The Man Who Fell From The Sky"; SPIDERMAN Peter Parker collides with Kingpin Wilson Fisk in the conclusion of "All The Kingpin's Men".


Primary story: CAPTAIN SCARLET AND THE MYSTERONS face off over the world economy in the complete-in-this-issue story "The Gold Standard". Also: Act two of the three act SPACE:1999 script "The Devil's Sweets", in which the alien ship encountered at the end of act one is close enough so its gravitational forces threaten Alpha's existence; CAPTAIN SCARLET mulls over an important decision in the short-short "Moonlight Rhapsody"; reviews of Anderson productions TERRAHAWKS, STINGRAY, FIREBALL XL-5, THUNDERBIRDS, and UFO; universe guides to CAPTAIN SCARLET AND THE MYSTERONS and SPACE:1999.

Issue 76--I LOVE COMICS `94 (Zip)

Primary story: An overview of independent comics, reprinted from THE CLEVELAND PLAIN DEALER. Also: JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA tries to stop one of their own who's gone renegade in the complete-in-this-issue story "Blind Justice"; previews from independent comics FREEX, BECK & CAUL INVESTIGATIONS, U.N. FORCE, and WANDERING STAR; part four of "The Fantastic Four"; part three of the FLASH adventure "Comes The Cheetah".

Issue 77--STAR TREK SPECIAL `94 (Zip)

Primary story: Captain Kirk and the ENTERPRISE finds a ship containing a beautiful woman who enchants Chekov in the complete-in-this-issue story "Chekov's Wife". Also: STAR TREK and STAR TREK:THE NEXT GENERATION filksongs "Talk To Mr. Spock", "Identical Androids", and "You Belong To The Starship"; Kirk and company take the place of Wile E. Coyote in the humorous "STAR TREK Meets The Road-Runner"; a variation on the famous "Hi-Bob" bar room game called "STAR TREK:THE NEXT GENERATION--The Drinking Game"; reviews of THE FLINTSTONES and the Romulan-oriented newsletter CLOAKING DEVICE.


Primary story: CAPTAIN SCARLET AND THE MYSTERONS collide again as Spectrum tries to protect a World Navy exhibition in a "Time Warp Tales" reprint of the out-of-print "An Exercise In Hope". Also: A bank holdup in Spokane two days before Dale and Audrey's wedding draws Dale and Diane's attention away from TWIN PEAKS in the complete-in-this-issue story "New Lives"; an ALIEN NATION filksong, "We All Live In An Alien Nation"; QUANTUM LEAP filksongs "Bringin' On The Rain" and "Quantum Blues"; reviews of THE SHADOW and the 60's Japanese kids' series ULTRA 7.


Primary story: A woman and her boyfriend head to Camp Crystal Lake for a murderous encounter in the complete-in-this-issue FRIDAY THE 13TH story, "Just the Same". Also: Michael Myers is ready to leave the mental hospital--or is he?--in a complete-in-this-issue HALLOWEEN story "Love's First Kiss"; reviews of DEAD AT 21 and FOX's rebroadcast of THUNDERBIRDS; part two of the FOREVER KNIGHT tale "Rogue"; part three of the original piece "Night People: Night Of The Owl".


Primary story: Buster, Lisa, and Clarissa try to stop the monsters dominating a retirement home in act three of the six-act original script-story "NightSpeak". Also: Holiday etiquette for Klingons; a pilot in the near future receives an offer from her sensei she can't refuse in the complete-in-this-issue story "Earth Bound Misfit, I"; Picard and company encounter an odd spaceship in the ST:TNG short-short "Where No Man Has Gone Before?"; act six of the seven-act script story "Twisted Web 2: Resurrection".

Issue 81--HOLIDAY GRAB BAG (Zip)

Primary story: Fandom universes converge and only the Fictional Hero Protection Alliance can sort out the damage in J. Calvin Smith's sequel to the non-media-based tale "D.V.O." entitled "F.H.P.A." Also: L. Gray explores how Harry Truman and Dennis Bryson formulated their plan to rescue Agent Cooper from Jean Renault in an episode from the second season of TWIN PEAKS in this complete-in-this-issue "missing scene" tale, "Uniformity"; learn why Ben Kenobi stopped fighting evil in the complete-in-this-issue STAR WARS story "Fading Faith"; a STAR WARS satire, "DEC Wars"; from the internet, the BABYLON 5 frequently asked questions (FAQ) list.

Issue 82--HAPPY NEW YEAR (Zip)

Primary story: A grieving young man needs LOIS AND CLARK's help to find his missing girlfriend who's found out something about the notorious crime syndicate InterGang in part one of a five-part script-story, "Better Late Than Never". Also: The duality of man as personified by Spectrum agent Captain Scarlet and his ex-mentor, Spectrum agent-turned-Mysteron terrorist Captain Black, is explored in part one of a new multi-part CAPTAIN SCARLET AND THE MYSTERONS story, "Pawns Of Evil"; the aftermath of SLEEPING BEAUTY's life with Prince Charming is explored in the short-short "After Love's First Kiss"; a look at a designer who designs TNG clothes from an entirely different angle; episode guides to LOIS AND CLARK's first season and to the short-lived s-f/action series VIPER; a look at the internet's reaction to X-FILES; movie reviews of PUPPET MASTERS, STARGATE, and STAR TREK:GENERATIONS.


In the era of STAR TREK:THE NEXT GENERATION, a new starship with a new crew prepares to head off on a First Contact mission to the Tholian Assembly in part one of a multi-part story, "The SOLAR WIND Saga: First Impressions". Also: Q returns to haunt Picard and THE NEXT GENERATION crew in part one of a two-part tale, "Winner Take All".


Primary story: Award-winning author Mary J. Rudy contributes a complete-in-this-issue tale where the indestructable CAPTAIN SCARLET must protect the British Prime Minister from a "Tiny Terror" Mysteron agent. Also: A CAPTAIN SCARLET filksong, "Angel Ng"; part two of "Better Late Than Never".


Primary story: A being from the dream realm is causing nightmares for Audrey and Diane and to stop him, Cooper must keep an "Appointment with Morpheus". Also: J. Calvin Smith's analysis of one of TWIN PEAKS' most controversial moments, the death of Madeleine Ferguson, in "Closed Circle"; a look at the USENET newsgroup alt.tv.twin-peaks and the denizens therein.

Issue 86--I LOVE COMICS `95 (Zip)

Primary story: X-MEN collide with Magneto and his forces in the conclusion of "X-Men". Also: Smith tempts fate while LOST IN SPACE when he encounters "The Toy Maker"; CAPTAIN SCARLET is concerned about the "Differences" in his life after Spectrum's initial encounters with the Mysterons in a complete-in-this-issue short-short; SILVER SURFER brings Galactus to Earth in the conclusion of "What Price Be Mercy?"

Issue 87--SCRIPT SPECIAL (Zip)

Primary story: Buster, Lisa, Clarissa, and Dr. Delgado continue their fight against the forces of evil in act four of "NightSpeak". Also: From the internet, the STAR TREK:THE NEXT GENERATION humor piece "The Fall Of The Borg"; conclusion of the script-story "Twisted Web 2: Resurrection".


Primary story: A space trader transports a very unusual cargo in the complete-in-this-issue original tale "A Trader's Tale". Also: The conclusion of PROJECT:U.F.O. story "Reunion: The Men In Black Incident"; conclusion of the CAPTAIN SCARLET AND THE MYSTERONS script-story "Pawns Of Evil".


Primary story: In the era of STAR TREK VI, the crew of the EXCELSIOR tries to find out what happened to Captain Sulu in part two of "Ghost Captain". Also: A viewer's guide to the GODZILLA movies; traffic backs up behind "The Sweeper" in this short-short; reviews of the X-FILES novel GOBLINS and the third installment of the BATMAN trilogy, BATMAN FOREVER; act five of "NightSpeak"; conclusion of "The Renewal Run".


Primary story: The Book House Boys go on a mission to stop drug runners using TWIN PEAKS as their throughway in the complete-in-this-issue tale "Star Light, Star Bright". Also: The Mysterons threaten the European commanders of the World military--one of whom is Captain Scarlet's father--in the complete-in-this-issue CAPTAIN SCARLET AND THE MYSTERONS story "Uneasy Relations"; reviews of JUDGE DREDD and APOLLO 13; part two of the QUANTUM LEAP/INVISIBLE MAN crossover "Leap In, Fade Out"; conclusion of "The Almost, Absolutely, Positively, Ultimate KAOS Kaper".


Primary story: CAPTAIN SCARLET AND THE MYSTERONS find out "Whose Heart Is Blackest" when they encounter an insane German military officer who has Captain Scarlet's regenerative powers. Also: Act one of a new ROCKY HORROR script-story, "The Revenge Of Dr. Frankenfurter"; Sam Beckett QUANTUM LEAPs into a Vietnamese P.O.W. who plays a vital role in Al's survival in "The Leap Into Hell"; conclusion of the exciting script-story "NightSpeak".


Our second salute to the contributions of British producers Gerry and Sylvia Anderson kicks off with members of Moonbase Alpha getting mysteriously ill as a stricken spaceship from a peaceful race docks for repairs in the complete-in-this-issue SPACE:1999 story "Images". Also: The first battle between CAPTAIN SCARLET AND THE MYSTERONS is over--but Spectrum must decide what to do with the newly-revived Captain Scarlet in a "missing scene" story, "Chance For A Lifetime"; a UFO episode guide; fans speak out about the universe of Gerry Anderson in a special survey; conclusion of the SPACE:1999 script-story "The Devil's Sweets".

Issue 93--HOLIDAY GRAB BAG (Zip)

Primary story: James West and Artemus Gordon leave THE WILD WILD WEST behind to visit Sherlock Holmes in England in the sequel to "Night Of The Shylock" called "The Case Of The Retired American Agent". Also: A glimpse into TWIN PEAKS' newspaper archives in another installment of "Tapes Withheld"; Agent Fox has captured STARMAN in a "Time Warp Tales" reprint of the out-of-print "In The Name Of Science"; act three of "Better Late Than Never".

Issue 94--HAPPY NEW YEAR (Zip)

Primary story: Scully and Mulder go on an X-FILES case and discover something that could disrupt the fabric of time in "The Incident In Napierville". Also: The end of the universe approaches in an original tale, "Future Tense"; a young man at a dance meets a woman with a special secret in "Tomorrow's Invitation"; A SPACE:ABOVE AND BEYOND universe guide; Captain Black sings the plot of CAPTAIN SCARLET AND THE MYSTERONS in a filksong called "No Earthman Will Survive".

Issue 95--STAR TREK SPECIAL `96 (Zip)

Primary story: Sam Beckett QUANTUM LEAPs into TNG's Jean-Luc Picard as the ENTERPRISE goes back in time in a matter that involves "The Essence Of Time". Also: Tom Restivo gives VOYAGER the MST3K treatment in "From THE POWER STAR OF LOVE..."; a STAR TREK filksong, "Addicted To TREK"; conclusion of "Winner Take All".


Primary story: SUPERMAN and THE INCREDIBLE HULK team up to fight a being from another realm in "Strange New World". Also: CAPTAIN SCARLET AND THE MYSTERONS tangle over a nuclear matter-antimatter reactor in Brazil to prevent "Twenty Minutes To Anhiliation", then CAPTAIN SCARLET and Spectrum reluctantly team with ARMY OF DARKNESS' Ash to destroy the Necronomicon in "Technical Difficulties"; act four of the LOIS AND CLARK script-story "Better Late Than Never".


POWER STAR celebrates the series' sixth anniversary with a novella-length murder mystery that brings Donna Hayward back to TWIN PEAKS in "Coming Around Again".

Issue 98--I LOVE COMICS `96 (Zip)

Primary story: THE ATOM teams with BATMAN to prevent an "Explosion". Also: BATMAN must deal with another vigilante who brings Gotham City into a form of "Stalemate" and the Mad Hatter in the conclusion of "The Tea Party"; conclusion of "The Fantastic Four"; conclusion of "Better Late Than Never".


The WAR OF THE WORLDS continues in a new novella-length tale involving an old friend of Suzanne's who comes to visit and gets a more exciting visit than she bargained for in "People Like Peggy". Also: A movie review of SCREAMERS.


POWER STAR writers reminisce about 100 issues and the development of the zine as we celebrate our longevity. Also: Fictional characters from disparate universes each awaken to find himself/herself in The Village in part one of a four-part multi-universe adventure "The Kingmaker"; Hawke and AIRWOLF must save a dying agent of Archangel's who happens to be Hawke's half-sister in "He's My Brother"; THE FLASH tangles with The Weather Wizard in "Flash Of Darkness"; a QUANTUM LEAP filksong, "Save QUANTUM LEAP"; a rewrite of the ALIEN NATION filksong "Ballad Of The Newcomers"; a QUARK filk-short-short, "A Ditty For The Betties' Uniforms".


Primary story: The death of Dr. Helena Russell disrupts life on Moonbase Alpha in a complete-in-this-issue SPACE:1999 story, "La Carmencita". Also: CAPTAIN SCARLET AND THE MYSTERONS both have an interest in stopping the insane plans of a general who has designs on launching a direct attack on Mars in "Tyrant"; part two of "The Kingmaker".


Primary story: Hawke and AIRWOLF are on a hunt to find the missing Dominic Santini in a complete-in-this-issue story, "Gyrfalcon". Also: Seven years before he was dubbed CAPTAIN SCARLET, Second Lieutenant Paul Metcalfe was a member of the World Army Air Force Special Forces and experienced a mission that became "A Cross To Bear"; part four of "Comes The Cheetah"; part three of "The Kingmaker".

Issue 103--HALLOWEEN SPECIAL `96 (Zip)

Primary story: Nick Knight must face the consequences of shooting a fellow officer while trying to protect Natalie from vampire enforcers in the conclusion of "Rogue". Also: A V cross-reference; an original tale, "The Return Of Zorrothustra"; a poem about fiction writing, "A Lone Creation"; part four of "Night People: Night Of The Owl"; conclusion of "The Kingmaker".

Issue 104--THANKFUL FOR TREK (Zip)

Primary story: Kirk faces "The Fire Of The Forge" in a complete-in-this-issue story. Also: From the internet, "100 Reasons Kirk Is Better Than Picard"; a STAR TREK:THE NEXT GENERATION poem, "Wasteland"; conclusion of "The SOLAR WIND Saga: First Impressions"; a review of STAR TREK:FIRST CONTACT.


Primary story: The first manned mission to Mars encounters more than they bargained for in the complete-in-this-issue tale "Live From Mars". Also: Find out the "Top Ten Signs You Are Hooked On BABYLON 5"; Parker Gabriel turns out another CAPTAIN SCARLET AND THE MYSTERONS filksong, "A Story In Scarlet"; a review of THE RELIC.


Primary story: One of the very first X-FILES cases--the disappearance of Mulder's sister--takes a strange turn in the complete-in-this-issue story "The Murder Of Mulder's Sister". Also: BECK & CAUL INVESTIGATIONS take on one of their most bizarre cases yet in "Darkest Before The Dawn"; a tongue-in-cheek look at MILLENNIUM's protagonist in "The Ballad Of Frank Black"; an episode guide to RAW TOONAGE; the resemblence between two long-running TV shows are examined in "STAR TREK:THE NEXT GENERATION--A LOVE BOAT Clone?"; a review of EXO-SQUAD.


Primary story: Life on Alpha changes drastically as SPACE:1999's Helena Russell prepares to lead a mission aboard an experimental craft back to Earth in a complete-in-this-issue story "Mission: Home". Also: The unexpected pregancy of an Alpha technician and the disappearance of Maya lead to a "Transformation" of attitudes in this complete-in-this-issue SPACE:1999 story; SCIENCE FICTION MODELLER correspondent Marc Frattasio provides insights into the construction of many of the Gerry Anderson series' models and sets; General Henderson is found dead at Harlington-Straker Studios and Ed Straker is determined to get to the bottom of it in the complete-in-this-issue UFO story "The Men In Black".


Primary story: Archangel is being held hostage and the terrorists who have him want AIRWOLF in exchange in the complete-in-this-issue story "Vision". Also: The same syndrome that nearly killed Captain Morris in the first SOLAR WIND story may be spreading in "The SOLAR WIND Saga: The Trail"; let poetry lift your spirits skyward by reading "To Soar In The Great Frontier"; MILLENNIUM fans can participate in "The MILLENNIUM Drinking Game" and watch as "Frank Black Plays Clue With The Family", or check to see if they're addicted with the "You Know You're A MILLENNIUM Nut When..."; sing along with a STAR TREK filksong, "Captain Kirk" and laugh along with Kirk's attempts to read the instruction manual for his Captain's Log in "STAR TREK: The VCR".

Issue 109--TWIN PEAKS SPECIAL '97 (Zip)

Primary story: Sheriff Harry S. Truman faces new questions about the F.B.I.'s continued involvement in TWIN PEAKS law enforcement in the complete-in-this-issue tale "An Issue Of Character". Also: A TWIN PEAKS drinking game; Cooper and Forensic Pathologist Sam Stanley investigate the Teresa Banks murder in "The Start".

Issue 110--Spring STAR TREK Special (Zip)

Primary story: Deanna Troi has been working with Worf's son Alexander to help him cope with life without his mother, but learns that "A Child's Love" can be a powerful force indeed in this complete-in-this-issue Star Trek: The Next Generation story. Also: The SOLAR WIND crew faces a future battle with The Old Ones in "The SOLAR WIND Saga: The Apocalypse Scenario"; Robert Picardo finds himself face to face with the Emergency Holographic Medical Program in the VOYAGER story "The Reality Wormhole"; Kirk and Picard team up to negotiate peace with the Romulans in "The Chains Of Command"; from the internet, the top ten ways both THE SIMPSONS and STAR WARS are better than STAR TREK.

Issue 111--Spring Gerry Anderson Special (Zip)

Primary story: Sci-Fi Graphics artist Andrew Kear presents a new Space: 1999 comic that has the "Errant Moon" wandering into the space around the planet Aron. Also: Spectrum must deal with both Mysteron clones and nature's own lookalikes--identical twins--in a Captain Scarlet And The Mysterons tale, "Mixed Doubles"; Koenig discovers that the Alphans who escaped in a rescue Eagle discovered "New Lives Beyond The Black Sun" in a Space: 1999 story; Commander Straker writes a "SHADO Log" about alien contributions to Earth's wonders in a UFO comic story.


Primary story: War, honor, dragons, fair maidens--it's all a part of Vickie Murphy's complete-in-this-issue fantasy tale "Of Cabbages And Queens". Also: The perils of life with a wiccan are examined in the poem "Armchair Witches"; a reporter not only gets a great scoop on the Roswell U.F.O. incident but also more than he bargained for in an original complete-in-this-issue tale, "Exile From The Earth", a report from Spectrum Research on "Mysteron Reversal Of Matter"; poetry by Davery Jeannette Craggs; "Snow White's Stepmother" attempts to clear her name in this complete-in-this-issue tale.


Primary story: The struggle between Captain Scarlet And The Mysterons is now over two years old, and the secret of Captain Scarlet's indestructibility has been compromised in a complete-in-this-issue story, "Truth And Consequences". Also: The Mysterons threaten to destroy the pride of the seven seas, and it's up to Captain Scarlet to stop them in "Unknown Danger"; your questions about Gerry Anderson shows are answered in the Gerry Anderson Productions Frequently Asked Questions List.


Primary story: Boy meets girl...boy is girl...and then there's a giant panda, all in "An Alternate History Of Ranma 1/2". Also: The war between Captain Scarlet And The Mysterons is at a lull, giving Scarlet time to think about the future in "Good Knight, Dear Lady"; a Mann & Machine episode guide; a renegade has taken control of the Battlestar Galactica's agroship in the complete-in-this-issue "Hostage Warriors"; Starscream is going to be replaced by clones in the Transformers short-short "Starscream And The Destroyers".

Issue 115--HALLOWEEN SPECIAL `97 (Zip)

Primary Story: The Solar Wind is called to investigate reports of a renegade faction of Tholians that have placed "Souls In Tension" in this complete-in-this-issue adventure. Also: A "Time Warp Tales" reprint of a story from our very first issue, about "The Girl With Homely Eyes"; nightmares from "A Haunted Past" trouble Tasha Yar in a Star Trek: The Next Generation short story; Tom finds out old friend Scott knows something about Them and a group called "S.A.R.T.E" in a Nowhere Man story; the only witness to a series of vampire-esque slayings is all-too-familiar to Nick Knight in the Forever Knight script-story "Deja Vu".


Primary story: Sam Beckett Quantum Leaps into a bigamist in a new Shirla Turman piece called "I led Three Wives". Also: Two new Mary Battle Star Trek: The Next Generation stories--injuries to Troi, Beverly, and Tasha lead to some exploration of emotions in "Deadly Games", and Tasha Yar's capture by the Romulans after the Enterprise-C travels back in time is explored in "Alternate Life"; the loss of a parent is felt in the poem "Nocturne"; a filksong from the internet reminisces about the "U.S.S. Enterprise"; a Captain Scarlet And The Mysterons filksong about the Spectrum Angels, who are truly "One-Part Harmony"; conclusion of "Night People: Night Of The Owl".


Primary story: Meg and Harmon think they're dealing with an apparent attempt at terrorism on US soil...but the truth is something much bigger than even they bargained for in the complete-in-this-issue JAG tale "Anarch's Hand". Also: Klingon poems "Glory's Call", "The Soul Of A Warrior's Heart", and "Star Of Life"; Brendan Dillon's "Top Ten Reasons Why The Enterprise Doesn't Have An Infinite Improbability Drive" and "Top Ten Things That Will Never Happen On The X-Files"; from the internet, a "Generic Disaster Movie Script"; reviews of Gattica, Kisses, and the science fiction romance novels of Johanna Lindsey; what JMS didn't show you in a Babylon 5 satire, "Sheridan's Interrogation: The Unseen Cut".

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