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April 2003
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Editorial License: The Death of Humor? No, it's not dead, Jim...but it's going to take some time for it to recover.

Event: Ad Astra - Our Asta goes Canadian

Film: The Core it may not be good science, but that doesn't stop it from being good fun. Besides, It's good to recycle, and this movie reuses every SF cliché they can find. Fortunately, they balance it all with a sense of humor and a decent cast.

FuturamaSFMedia: DVD: Futurama Just so you know: The first season (and more) is now on DVD and includes all 9 episodes of the first season, the first 4 of the second, plus deleted scenes and comments. Fry, we hardly knew ye.

UK Book Reviews

A Galaxy Not So Far Away: Writers and Artists on 25 Years of Star Wars by Glenn Kenny (ed.)
Light Stealer by James Barclay
Natural History by Justina Robson
Righteous Blood by Cliff Burns
Untied Kingdom by James Lovegrove

Feature Review: Feature Interview:
White Apples book and Interview with Jonathan Carroll - We're marking Tor UK's debut with a Review and Interview of Jonathan Carroll by Iain Emsley.
Review and interview: witpunk by Claude  Lalumière & Marty Halpern (ed) shows that like revenge, irony is best served cold. 26 chilling tales of humor and an interview with the editor.

Book Reviews:  US Reviews / UK Reviews

The Buzzing by Jim Knipfel
Custer's Last Jump by Howard Waldrop et al
Darwin's Children by Greg Bear
The Dawn of Man by Elbert Lewis
The Earthborn by Paul Collins
Jennifer Government by Max Barry
Louisiana Breakdown by Lucius Shepard
The Merlin Conspiracy by Diana Wynne Jones

The Return of Santiago by Mike Resnick
Talon of the Silver Hawk by Raymond Feist
Wreck of the River of Stars by Michael Flynn