CHROMAKEY: THE MAGAZINE OF GENRE TELEVISION

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If you'd like to read an excerpt from the debut issue of Chromakey, please drop by our blog to read co-editor Richard Peevers review of the UFO episode "Kill Straker" exclusively available on the Chromakey blog https://chromakeymagazine.com

If you enjoyed reading the review, please support the magazine and purchase a copy of the first issue? Thanks. :)

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We're currently working on issue 2 which we hope to have a late-March/early-April release. Meanwhile if you have yet to pick up a copy of the first issue, you can do so by visiting our spotlight page on Lulu.

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Drop by our all new site at www.chromakeymagazine.com for news, reviews and the latest details about each issue of Chromakey.

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Chromakey Issue 2 coming soon. Here’s a little teaser though...

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Chromakey Issue 2 has just been released and is now available to purchase.

Chromakey Issue 2
Summer 2019


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This issue includes:

MacGyver: Old vs New
Kathy Spoon compares the new versus the original MacGyver series

Doctor Who: A Hero In Time and Space
Peter Gouldson delves into the early years of this long-running sci-fi series

Buffy: The Vampire Slayer - Remembering A Classic
Zak Standridge remembers this classic 90s American series

Paul McGillion Interview
Steve Eramo talks with actor Paul McGillion (Stargate) in this exclusive interview

The Failed Genre TV Pilots of the 1970s: Part Two
Bob Furnell continues his look at the failed 70s genre TV pilots

The Prisoner: The Girl Who Was Death
Our panel examines this controversial episode from the Patrick McGoohan series

The Avengers: Tunnel of Fear
Michael Scott Phillips discusses the recently discovered first season episode starring Patrick Macnee and Ian Hendry

Michael Scott Phillips Interview
Bob Furnell sits down and chats with the author about his new book, "Quite, Quite Fantastic: The Avengers for Modern Audiences"

Sapphire & Steel: The Man Without a Face
Peter Gouldson examines what is considered the scariest serial screened during the series broadcast

Doctor Who and Television in the UK
Frank Danes discusses how Doctor Who played a role in the early days of British television

Forgotten Classics: Out of The Unknown
Andrew Screen goes back in time to examine the episode "The Machine Stops"

Discovering A New Star Trek
Kathy Spoon gets to grips with the first season of "Star Trek: Discovery"

Clarence
Martin Hearn takes a look at Ronnie Barker's final sitcom "Clarence"

Dead Head
Andrew Screen delves into this relatively forgotten British series

....and much more

Chromakey Issue 2 is available on a print on demand basis and can be ordered from Lulu.com by visiting this link (http://www.lulu.com/spotlight/penciltippublishing) to order.

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Quick note to remind everyone that issues 1 and 2 are still both available and can be purchased at: http://www.lulu.com/spotlight/penciltippublishing

Issue 3 should be available in the next month or so.

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Chromakey Issue 3 is now available and features articles on:

Dark Skies
Max Headroom
Game of Thrones
Sarah Rush Interview (Battlestar Galactica)
Quantum Leap
Doctor Who
Good Omens
A Tribute to Terrance Dicks
Blake's 7
Wojeck
Doomwatch
Threads
Replay: Star Trek "Miri" reviewed
Forgotten Classics
Merchandise Reviews
and much more

Purchase your copy at http://www.lulu.com/spotlight/penciltippublishing

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It’s here! Chromakey Issue 4 is now out and ready for purchase.

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Issue 4 includes:

Interview with Kathryn Leigh Scott (Dark Shadows)
Steve Eramo talks with the actress who played Maggie Evans in the original 1960s series.

Interview with Ed Bishop (U.F.O./Captain Scarlet)
A **rare** interview with the actor from our archives

Interview with “Target Trawl” author Nick Mellish
Bob Furnell, Jez Strickley & Richard Peevers sit down for a chat with the author of the recently published “Target Trawl” book

Captain Scarlet and the Mysterons: What If There Was A Series Two
Fred McNamara speculates on what a second season of the series might have been like

Battlestar Galactica (Original series)
David Johnson steps back in time and takes a look at the classic 1970s American sci-fi series

The Curse of Fatal Death
Dan Tessier delves in and examines the 1999 Comic Relief/Red Nose Day special featuring Rowan Atkinson and Julia Swahalia

Northern Exposure: A Return To Cecily
Michael Scott Phillips gets retrospective regarding this quirky 90s American series

Replay: Farscape Premiere
Our review panel turns their attention this issue to the debut episode of the highly popular series

Forgotten Classics: The Mad Death
Andrew Screen spotlights this little known 1983 BBC Scotland series

Doctor Who: Tinker Tailor Soldier Timelord
Don Klees discusses the shared similairities between the Fifth Doctor’s era and the classic drama “Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy”

From The Earth To The Moon
Matthew Kresal examines this landmark American television series

Doctor Who: A Hero In Time and Space – Part Two
David Johnson continues his in-depth examination of how the character of the Doctor changed over the years

Blake’s 7
Murray Smith reviews the episode “Project Avalon”

Firefly
Zak Standridge asks if the series was merely a ‘Wagon Train’ to the stars

Columns, features and more

6×9 inch format | 100 pages

Pick up your copy today by visiting the Pencil Tip Publishing store at www.lulu.com/spotlight/penciltippublishing

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Lulu recently upgraded their overall website. Apparently several users have reported problem with several of their publications not showing up on the site. As a result of this, I would recommend you use the following URL to order copies of Chromakey Issue 4:

https://www.lulu.com/en/us/shop/pencil- ... p9k5p.html

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Coming soon from Chromakey will be our special issue celebrating the 1984-85 BBC series "The Tripods". Keep tuned to our website for details.

Chromakey
www.chromakeymagazine.com

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Chromakey Issue 4.5: The Tripods Special

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Interview with Jim Baker
Adele Jameson talks with the actor who played Henry Parker

Interview with John Christopher (aka Sam Youd)
From his personal archives, Colin Brockhurst presents an exclusive interview with author John Christopher

When The Tripods Came
Will Hadcroft examines why The Tripods remains popular to this day

Dad Remembered
Rose Youd remembers her father Sam Youd (John Christopher)

Uncapped: The League of Freemen Recall Episode One
Fans discuss the impact the series premiere episode had on them

Tripods Photo Album
Photos from the collection of Jim Baker and Will Hadcroft

Episode Guide

Available August 2020

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