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  • Issue #1
    Spectrum (1994) Magazine 1

    Published by former Lone Star Comics employee Craig Miller, Spectrum is a very well-written entertainment magazine. Issue #1 includes: Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman 1st season episode guide; Kung Fu: The Legend Continues 1st season episode guide (part 1) plus an interview with the show's composer, Jeff Danna; episode guides to the 1st two seasons of Homicide: Life on the Street; and a lengthy retrospective on the art of Michael Golden, including a checklist. 48 pages, card-stock cover. Cover price $4.50.

  • Issue #2
    Spectrum (1994) Magazine 2

    Published by former Lone Star Comics employee Craig Miller, Spectrum is a very well-written entertainment magazine. Issue #2 includes: Chris Potter (Kung Fu) interview; Kung Fu 1st season episode guide (part 2); female detectives Scully (X-Files) and Howard (Homicide); Lois & Clark debate; an "art history" of superhero comics examining Jack Kirby, John Buscema, Neal Adams, John Byrne, and Jim Lee. 40 pages; card stock cover. Cover price $4.50.

  • Issue #3
    Spectrum (1994) Magazine 3

    Published by former Lone Star Comics employee Craig Miller, Spectrum is a very well-written entertainment magazine. Issue #3 includes: Andre Braugher (Homicide) and Bryce Zabel (Lois & Clark) interviews; Kate Bush video reviewed; M.A.N.T.I.S. episode guide; and Lee Sandlin on X-Files & Homicide! 40 pages; card stock cover. Cover price $4.50.

  • Issue #4
    Spectrum (1994) Magazine 4

    Published by former Lone Star Comics employee Craig Miller, Spectrum is a very well-written entertainment magazine. Issue #4 includes: X-Files 2nd season episode guide; David Duchovny in Twin Peaks; long Adam Hughes interview with rare art; Lee Sandlin on My So-Called Life. 48 pages; card stock cover. Cover price $4.50.

  • Issue #5
    Spectrum (1994) Magazine 5

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    Published by former Lone Star Comics employee Craig Miller, Spectrum is a very well-written entertainment magazine. Issue #5 includes: Xena 1st season episode guide (part 1); Chris Carter (X-Files) interview (part 1); Homicide 3rd season episode guide (part 1) plus an interview with Melissa Leo; coverage of Chris Potter (Kung Fu: The Legend Continues) at Magnum Opus Con (including exclusive photos); reviews of Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman and the TV movie Generation X; and Lee Sandlin on VR:5, Star Trek: Voyager, and Babylon 5. 40 pages, card-stock cover. Cover price $4.50.

  • Issue #6
    Spectrum (1994) Magazine 6

    Published by former Lone Star Comics employee Craig Miller, Spectrum is a very well-written entertainment magazine. Issue #6 includes: Xena 1st season episode guide (part 2); Chris Carter (X-Files) interview (part 2); Homicide 3rd season episode guide (part 2) plus an interview with Kyle Secor; coverage of the first Kung Fu: The Legend Continues convention (with exclusive photos); and Lee Sandlin on TV pilots. 40 pages, card-stock cover. Cover price $4.50.

  • Issue #7
    Spectrum (1994) Magazine 7

    Published by former Lone Star Comics employee Craig Miller, Spectrum is a very well-written entertainment magazine. Issue #7 includes: Strange Luck issue: episode guide and D.B. Sweeney interview! A look back at Eerie, Indiana; David Duchovny's The Rapture reviewed; the music of Homicide; Chris Potter's hockey and music sidelines; and Lee Sandlin on the new shows of 1995: Space: Above and Beyond, seaQuest DSV, Central Park West, and Murder One. 40 pages; card-stock cover. Cover price $4.50.

  • Issue #8
    Spectrum (1994) Magazine 8

    Published by former Lone Star Comics employee Craig Miller, Spectrum is a very well-written entertainment magazine. Issue #8 includes: Lengthy X-Files feature essay by John J. Pierce! American Gothic episode guide (part 1); 2-page Xena first-season update; and Lee Sandlin on The Simpsons, The Real World, and Baywatch. 40 pages; card-stock cover. Cover price $4.50.

  • Issue #9
    Spectrum (1994) Magazine 9

    Published by former Lone Star Comics employee Craig Miller, Spectrum is a very well-written entertainment magazine. Issue #9 includes: Chris Sprouse (Star Wars) interview; American Gothic episode guide (part 2); Xena/Hercules conventions; Robert E. Howard movie (The Whole Wide World) reviewed; Lee Sandlin on Friends. 40 pages; card-stock cover. Cover price $4.50.

  • Issue #10
    Spectrum (1994) Magazine 10

    Published by former Lone Star Comics employee Craig Miller, Spectrum is a very well-written entertainment magazine. Issue #10 includes: Xena 2nd season episode guide (part 1); American Gothic episode guide (part 3), including a magazine checklist; reviews of EZ Streets and La Femme Nikita; and Lee Sandlin on The X-Files, Nash Bridges, Profiler, Seinfeld, Dark Skies, and Baywatch Nights. 40 pages, card-stock cover. Cover price $4.50.

  • Issue #11
    Spectrum (1994) Magazine 11

    Published by former Lone Star Comics employee Craig Miller, Spectrum is a very well-written entertainment magazine. Issue #11 includes: Kevin Sorbo (Hercules) and Barry Windsor-Smith (Conan; Weapon X) interviews! Xena 2nd season episode guide (part 2); King Kull (Robert E. Howard) history; Sorbo and Lucy Lawless at Universal Studios; Lee Sandlin on E.R. & Chicago Hope. 40 pages; card-stock cover. Cover price $4.95.

  • Issue #12
    Spectrum (1994) Magazine 12

    Published by former Lone Star Comics employee Craig Miller, Spectrum is a very well-written entertainment magazine. Issue #12 includes: Ted Raimi (Xena, Twin Peaks, American Gothic) interview! Roar (Heath Ledger) episode guide; reviews of HBO's Oz and Robert E. Howard-based films (Kull the Conqueror, Red Sonja, The Whole Wide World, and both Conan movies); and Lee Sandlin on the 1997-98 TV season. 40 pages; card-stock cover. Cover price $4.95.

  • Issue #13
    Spectrum (1994) Magazine 13

    Published by former Lone Star Comics employee Craig Miller, Spectrum is a very well-written entertainment magazine. Issue #13 includes: Buffy 1st season episode guide; great Shaun Cassidy interview covering American Gothic and Roar; Kevin Sorbo and Lucy Lawless magazine and television appearance checklist; review of the syndicated Conan series; and Lee Sandlin on Bernard Herrmann film scores! 40 pages, card-stock cover. Cover price $4.95.

  • Issue #14
    Spectrum (1994) Magazine 14

    Published by former Lone Star Comics employee Craig Miller, Spectrum is a very well-written entertainment magazine. Issue #14 includes: Buffy 2nd season episode guide; the first half of a Xena third-season episode guide; photos of X-Files cast members at a Vancouver charity event; Truman Show review; a weird guest editorial in defense of Cliffs Notes; and Lee Sandlin on Star Trek: the Next Generation, L.A. Law, Beverly Hills 90210, and As the World Turns. 40 pages, card-stock cover. Cover price $4.95.

  • Issue #15
    Spectrum (1994) Magazine 15

    Published by former Lone Star Comics employee Craig Miller, Spectrum is a very well-written entertainment magazine. Issue #15 includes: Long Titanic analysis; Xena 3rd season episode guide (part 2); Gary Gianni (Solomon Kane) interview; history of Robert E. Howard's Solomon Kane; Al Williamson; and soundtrack music. 40 pages; card-stock cover. Cover price $4.95.

  • Issue #16
    Spectrum (1994) Magazine 16

    Published by former Lone Star Comics employee Craig Miller, Spectrum is a very well-written entertainment magazine. Issue #16 includes: Long X-Files mythology analysis by John J. Pierce; long Tim Bradstreet (vampires) interview with rare art; Buffy talk-show survey and magazine checklist. 40 pages, card-stock cover. Cover price $4.95.

  • Issue #17
    Spectrum (1994) Magazine 17

    Published by former Lone Star Comics employee Craig Miller, Spectrum is a very well-written entertainment magazine. Issue #17 includes: Nicholas Brendon (Buffy) and composer Hans Zimmer (Thin Red Line) interviews; long analysis of Peter Weir's Picnic At Hanging Rock; Brimstone review and episode checklist; Lee Sandlin on the 1998-99 TV season; The Thin Red Line, Early Edition, and Charmed reviews. 40 pages. Cover price $4.95.

  • Issue #18
    Spectrum (1994) Magazine 18

    Hail to the King, baby! Actor/director Bruce Campbell talks at length about his work as Autolycus on Hercules and Xena, the X-Files, Homicide, American Gothic, and much more. Plus insightful articles and reviews from the worlds of film, comics, and cult TV including Homicide: Life on the Street. (Win-Mill Productions) Magazine$4.95" Cover price $4.95.

  • Issue #19
    Spectrum (1994) Magazine 19

    The third season of Buffy the Vampire Slayer is examined in Spectrum¹s annual analysis and in-depth episode guide! Plus, the usual insightful articles and reviews from the worlds of film, comics, and cult TV! (Win-Mill Productions) Magazine, b&w$4.95 " Cover price $4.95.

  • Issue #20
    Spectrum (1994) Magazine 20

    The fourth season of Xena: Warrior Princess is examined in Spectrum's annual analysis and in-depth episode guide! Plus: an extensive review of Stanley Kubrick's final film, Eyes Wide Shut; and the usual insightful articles and reviews from the worlds of film, comics, and cult TV! (Win-Mill Productions) Magazine, b&w" Cover price $4.95.

  • Issue #21
    Spectrum (1994) Magazine 21

    Sarah Michelle Gellar interview! The star of Buffy the Vampire Slayer talks at length about her TV show, her earlier work, and her film Cruel Intentions! Plus: a look at Ken Finkleman's brilliant series The Newsroom, Married Life, More Tears, and Foolish Heart; and the usual insightful articles and reviews from the worlds of film, comics, and cult TV! (Win-Mill Productions) Magazine, b&w" Cover price $4.95.

  • Issue #22
    Spectrum (1994) Magazine 22

    Spectrum examines the best TV series of the '90s, both the well-known (Buffy, Simpsons, Twin Peaks, Homicide, etc.) and the less well-known (American Gothic, EZ Streets, The Kingdom). Plus: Stanley Kubrick, Part 3; the films of Terrence Malick; and the usual insightful articles, interviews, and reviews from the worlds of film, comics, and cult TV! (Win-Mill Productions) Magazine, b&w Cover price $4.95.

  • Issue #23
    Spectrum (1994) Magazine 23

    Published by former Lone Star Comics employee Craig Miller, Spectrum is a very well-written entertainment magazine. Issue #23 includes: Angel 1st season episode guide; Long interview with Homicide writer/producer James Yoshimura ("Crosetti," "The Subway")! Eyes Wide Shut on DVD reviewed. 40 pages, card-stock cover. Cover price $4.95.

  • Issue #24
    Spectrum (1994) Magazine 24

    The new cult hit Roswell gets the full Spectrum treatment: a detailed analysis, plus an episode guide with commentary on every episode! Also, a fifth season Xena episode guide and the usual insightful articles, interviews, and reviews from the worlds of film, comics, and cult TV! Cover price $4.95.

  • Issue #25
    Spectrum (1994) Magazine 25

    Published by former Lone Star Comics employee Craig Miller, Spectrum is a very well-written entertainment magazine. Issue #25 includes: Buffy 4th season analysis and episode guide! Xena 5th season episode guide (part 2); "Reinvesting the X-Files Quest" follow-up article (to Spectrum 16) by John J. Pierce! I, Claudius on DVD reviewed. 48 pages; card-stock cover. Cover price $4.95.

  • Issue #26
    Spectrum (1994) Magazine 26

    Published by former Lone Star Comics employee Craig Miller, Spectrum is a very well-written entertainment magazine. Issue #26 includes: Four great interviews: Kevin Smith (Ares on Hercules and Xena), Heath Ledger (Roar; A Knight's Tale), Gary Gianni (Robert E. Howard's Bran Mak Morn), & Don McKellar (Twitch City; The Red Violin). 40 pages; card-stock cover. Cover price $4.95.

  • Issue #27
    Spectrum (1994) Magazine 27

    Spectrum's renowned annual analysis of Buffy the Vampire Slayer returns with a detailed look at the Fifth Season, including an episode guide and commentary on each episode! Also, reviews and an episode guide for the second year of Roswell; plus the usual insightful articles and reviews from the worlds of film, comics, and cult TV! Cover price $4.95.

  • Issue #28
    Spectrum (1994) Magazine 28

    Published by former Lone Star Comics employee Craig Miller, Spectrum is a very well-written entertainment magazine. Issue #28 includes: Angel 2nd season analysis and episode guide; Roswell 2nd season episode guide (part 2) plus overview essay. 40 pages; card-stock cover. Cover price $4.95.

  • Issue #29
    Spectrum (1994) Magazine 29

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    Spectrum's annual analysis of Xena returns with a detailed look at the sixth and final season, including an episode guide and commentary on each episode. Also, Buffy and Angel, plus the unusual insightful articles and reviews from the worlds of film, comics, and cult TV! (Win-Mill Productions) Magazine, b&w $4.95 Cover price $4.95.

  • Issue #30
    Spectrum (1994) Magazine 30

    This issue features a 22-page nigh-ultimate guide to the Tick that includes plot summaries and commentaries on all 12 original Ben Edlund Tick comics, all 36 animated cartoons, and all 8 live action TV shows! Illustrated with over 70 pictures! Also in this issue: interviews with J. August Richards (Gunn from "Angel") and Robert Engels (new head writer on Andromeda); Kevin Smith remembered (Ares from "Xena"), and more. Spoon!! (Win-Mill Productions) Magazine, b&w $4.95 Cover price $4.95.

  • Issue #31
    Spectrum (1994) Magazine 31

    Nobody does episode guides as comprehensively as Spectrum, featuring detailed commentaries on every episode, and they're back with Buffy the Vampire Slayer's amazing sixth season! Also in this issue: analyses of Star Wars: Episode II and the Spider-Man movie, plus the usual insightful articles and reviews from the worlds of film, comics, and cult TV! (Win-Mill Productions) Magazine, b&w $4.95 Cover price $4.95.

  • Issue #32
    Spectrum (1994) Magazine 32

    Just in time for the new fall TV season, Spectrum presents a detailed episode guide for the first year of Smallville! Also: a guide to the fascinatingly complex Alias storyline, plus the usual insightful articles and reviews from the worlds of film, comics, and cult TV! (Win-Mill Productions) Magazine $4.95 Cover price $4.95.

  • Issue #33
    Spectrum (1994) Magazine 33

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    Fan reaction to the seventh season of Buffy has been mixed, but Spectrum presents its annual episode guide with analyses of every episode! Also, an interview with comic artist Adam Hughes covers his thoughts on Ghost, Star Wars, Wonder Woman, writing, Buffy, Marvel characters, and lots more, supplemented by previously unpublished art! Flip-cover format (Buffy on one side, Hughes on the other). (Win-Mill Productions) Magazine, b&w $5.95 Cover price $5.95.

  • Issue #34
    Spectrum (1994) Magazine 34

    Spectrum provides its usual in-depth analysis of the hit comic book movies of the year: X-Men II, The Hulk, and Daredevil! Plus: behind the scenes at Buffy the Vampire Slayer with a lengthy interview with producer Douglas Petrie (writer of acclaimed episodes "Fool for Love," "Enemies," and "Two to Go.") (Win-Mill Productions) Magazine, b&w $5.95 Cover price $5.95.

  • Issue #35
    Spectrum (1994) Magazine 35

    After a brief hiatus, Spectrum returns, better than ever! This issue features two lengthy interviews: Angel's Alexis Denisof talks about his work on Buffy and Angel; and premier movie poster artist Drew Struzan (Star Wars, Indiana Jones) discusses his career, working with George Lucas, and his theories of what makes great art in one of his most in-depth interviews ever published! Plus: DVD and movie reviews, and lots of other surprises! (Win-Mill Productions) Magazine, b&w$5.95 Cover price $5.95.