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Andersonic Issue 25 is now available, Earthmen - just click on the 'Buy Andersonic' tab on the left. It features:

Joy Cuff Interview -  Joy sculpted numerous characters for the first series of Thunderbirds including Jeremiah & Ma Tuttle and the Duchess of Royston, and later went on to work with Stanley Kubrick on 2001. Joy recalls her time on both productions and shares her collection of rarely seen behind-the-scenes photographs.

Anderson Title Sequences -  What makes a good title sequence? Does the source material have to be any good or is it just down to slick editing and a good theme?

Stingray/ Star of the East/ Eastern Eclipse - Mike Coldwell takes a look at El Hudat's two episodes of Stingray, with input from David Graham (the voice of El Hudat himself).

Space: 1999 - Mark Braxton looks at The AB Chrysalis from the second series of Space: 1999.

UFO - Richard Farrell casts a critical eye over Sub-Smash.  

The Lost City - The influence of this episode of Supercar on the subsequent APF and Century 21 series.

UFO Comic Strip/ Trojan Horse - the second installment of our new UFO comic strip - in colour.

... and a few other things.

 


 

 

So what exactly is Andersonic? It's an A5 paper fanzine which covers the films and television series of Gerry and Sylvia Anderson. Each issue contains features and articles which explore and discuss their many series, from the black and white Supercar and Fireball XL5, 60s series StingrayThunderbirdsCaptain ScarletJoe 90 and The Secret Service; the live-action series UFO and Space:1999 and later stuff such as Terrahawks and right up to date with New Captain Scarlet. In previous issues we have also covered the films Doppelganger and Into Infinity. We have featured interviews with, amongst others, Mike Trim, Dominic Lavery, Shaun Whittacker-Cook, Jan King, Robert Easton, Tony Harding and Mike Noble.

 

Andersonic is published every 6 months (very approximately) and is available to buy via this website plus one or two other outlets, and via eBay around the time of publication. All issues are still in print and available from this site. If you'd like to be kept informed of the availability of current and future issues, please send an email and you'll be added to the mailing list.  

The fanzine is run on a strictly non-profit basis.

   

Site updates:

10/07/2019 - Issue 25 Out Now

07/11/2018 - Issue 24 Out Now

09/01/18 - Issue 23 Out Now

15/05/17 - Issue 22 Out Now