Stargate: The Official Magazine - Issue #32

Issue 32

PUBLISHER: Titan Magazines
EDITED BY: Brian J. Robb
PUBLISHED: January / February 2010
COVER PRICE: US $9.99 / CAN $11.99
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    • Chevron Engaged
      The Editor's welcome to Stargate Magazine, plus a handy cut-out-and-keep guide to everyone who helps make your favorite magazine ...
    • Advanced Telemetry
      All eyes may be on Stargate Universe as the newest addition to the Stargate family, but we're still following the latest developments in the worlds of Stargate SG-1 and Stargate Atlantis.
    • Stargazing: Robert Carlyle
      When actor Robert Carlyle was first approached about starring in Stargate Universe, he wondered if the producers had contacted the right guy. Now he's as fascinated by his character of Dr. Rush as we are ...
    • Women Of Stargate Universe!
    • The Universe Interview: Alaina Huffman
      Crashing through the Stargate to escape a sneak attack, First Lieutenant Tamara Johansen finds herself overwhelmed by the medical needs of her fellow survivors. For actress Alaina Huffman, her arrival on Stargate Universe was a lot less traumatic.
    • The Universe Interview: Elyse Levesque
      Actress Elyse Levesque landed the role of Chloe Armstrong on Stargate Universe despite worrying that she'd blown the audition. She went on to discover that actress and character have a lot in common.
    • The Universe Interview: Ming-Na
      Trapped aboard the Destiny with the staff of Icarus Base, HR Officer Camille Wray knows something about each of her companions. For actress Ming-Na, Stargate Universe has been a journey of discovery.
    • The Universe Interview: Brad Wright
      Having worked on Stargate for over a decade, writer/executive producer Brad Wright has dramatically reinvented the franchise with Stargate Universe.
    • The SG-1 Interview: Amanda Tapping
      The original 'woman of Stargate', Amanda Tapping has left the SGC behind and branched out in new directions, seeking Sanctuary.
    • The Atlantis Interview: Jewel Staite
      From cavemen and kidnapping to Rodney and Ronon, Jennifer Keller's two years on Atlantis were certainly ... interesting. Actress Jewel Staite tells us, among other things, why Keller would always have chosen the geek ...
    • Making of Vegas
      Stargate: Atlantis writer, director, and producer Robert C. Cooper took a risk with the series penultimate episode, "Vegas." He recounts the making of this very different episode, alongside production designer James Robbins, Wraith actor Neil Jackson, stunt coordinator James Bamford and McKay actor David Hewlett.
    • Wit & Wisdom: Samantha Carter
      She's definitely wise, but Sam Carter can also be witty!
    • Classified: SG-1 Personal Emails
      A soon-to-be-deleted email exchange between Vala Mal Doran and Lt. Col. Samantha Carter is retrieved from the SGC archives ...
    • Classic Episode: Missing
      It's survival of the fittest as two of Stargate's greatest gal pals go on a trip and encounter a tougher time than anticipated in the classic Stargate: Atlantis episode, "Missing."
    • Designing Their Destiny
      Designing the universe for a brand new show was always going to be a challenge, especially following over a decade of other successful Stargate designs. Stargate Universe Production Designer James Robbins and Visual Effects Supervisor Mark Savela rose to the occasion.
    • Stargate Quiz: Women Of Stargate
      In keeping with this issue's overall 'women of Stargate' theme, here's a quiz that'll test your knowledge of Stargate's assorted femmes.
    • Memorable Moment
      The episode is "Search and Rescue" and the moment is when Teyla gives birth in the field, with no help whatsoever from Dr. Rodney McKay!
    • Next Issue
      There's more to come, as we continue to follow Stargate: Universe from script to screen ...