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POSTED BY chrisdvanne ON Apr 24, 2012 / 6 COMMENTS


SFX, UK sci-fi and fantasy magazine, has published in its February 2008 issue a two-page article on Summer Glau, TV's new killer cyborg in Terminator : The Sarah Connor Chronicles.
 
Inside the magazine, Joss Whedon talks about his next show (at the time), Dollhouse. There's also an exclusive interview of Lena Headey on her role as Sarah Connor in TSCC.
 
Here are the HQ scans of the magazine :
 
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SFX Issue 166 - February 2008SFX Issue 166 - February 2008SFX Issue 166 - February 2008
 
 
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Primeval is on the cover of the magazine; a small Cameron can be seen on top of the magazine cover with this caption "SUPER GLAU : from Serenity to Terminator".
 
 
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Total comments: 6

  Message #1 | REG | 2012 Apr 28, 13:43 GMT



yea what a mistake. i right away though to myself this guy didn't do his research when i read that. Cromartie isn't a T1000. he is a T-888 and they can't shape shift. reporters should do their research instead of publishing incorrect info. (yes i am a Terminator purist and this sort of mistake can't be forgiven).

it was interesting to read all these years later. though i haven't read the Dollhouse part yet as i haven't seen all the episodes and don't want to be spoiled.

  Message #2 | Blazius | 2012 Apr 25, 00:17 GMT



Indeed! I actually had to zoom on her face to verify thats really her. Its Dushku but for some very odd reason she has an Acker-ish atmosphere( maybe the hair?).

Interesting read on both shows BTW.

IMO the reporter once again showed his/her incompetence in describing the shows.

For one dolls are not "secret agents". They are prostitutes mainly but are able to do any job required( but its definitely not about high tech spying most of the time). If idiotic journalists reported that DH is going to be a Spy kids 3D series and thats what people called boring premise then I may understand why people didn't give it a chance.

Second: Cameron is NOT DATA. I have no idea why people can't comprehend this. If somebody believes this then he/she has absolutely no idea what TNG and/or TSCC is about. I'd make every journalist write these words down a few million times so they'll understand.

Aside from that I love Summers comments. Her claim that she likes to take charge is something which really fits in my perception of her. IMO when she said that she is tough and yet vulnerable at the same time sums her up the best way.

I also loved the introduction lines about Summers killer looks biggrin

  Message #3 | Blazius | 2012 Apr 28, 01:08 GMT



Thats right. Though the problematic part is that these preconceptions stuck in their heads.

I don't blame them for forming these preconceptions, some of them are echoing mine from the time I actually watched these shows( no doubt everyone had them at some level). Its just that I'm not voicing them after we actually saw that these ideas are very far from the truth.

IDK, is it bad advertising that we think their show are lame while they aren't?

They can't spoil the whole plot after all.

  Message #4 | chrisdvanne | 2012 Apr 25, 15:51 GMT



There was interesting lines on Summer indeed.
But a lot of mistakes also; like when the article on Lena Headey mentions (on top of the page) : sci-fi fact : "shapeshifting Terminator Cromartie" under the excuse it was played by Owain Yeoman in the pilot and Garrett Dillahunt in the others episodes.
Also one must not forget that this article was written at the very beginning of TSCC and all the character development were not known.

  Message #5 | chrisdvanne | 2012 Apr 24, 20:43 GMT



Is it really Eliza Dushku on the picture, she looks like Amy Acker to me?

  Message #6 | chrisdvanne | 2012 Jul 23, 12:11 GMT



The caption of the first scan quotes a sentence from Summer Glau :

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I came to LA thinking i would do Jane Eyre


I looked at Wikipedia's article on the aforementioned Jane Eyre; it says :

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Jane Eyre follows the emotions and experiences of eponymous Jane Eyre, her growth to adulthood, and her love for Mr. Rochester, the byronic[1] master of Thornfield Hall. The novel contains elements of social criticism, with a strong sense of morality at its core, but is nonetheless a novel many consider ahead of its time given the individualistic character of Jane and the novel's exploration of sexuality, religion, and proto-feminism.


Am i the only one who has the feeling that Wikipedia's description matches perfectly Cameron's personal journey in TSCC?



 
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