We have updated our photo gallery with scans from magazines featuring Summer Glau.
Wizard World-February 2011 issue with two-pages article about summer Glau, Summer talks about her role as Orwell for NBC's the Cape.
SciFiNow Issue 12 - March 2008 articles for the launch of TSCC on FOX.
Geek Monthly Magazine - January 2008 issue with a two pages interview of Summer Glau, illustrated with pictures, she explains how she addressed her role as Cameron in Terminator : The Sarah Connor Chronicles.
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Giant Magazine (2007)
Magazine Scans > Scans from 2007 > Giant Magazine - 2007
Entertainment Weekly - January 18, 2008 issue an informative and illustrative four page article about the launch of FOX's Terminator : The Sarah Connor Chronicles.
|03 Jan 2012|
|Total comments: 7|
Message #1 | Blazius | 06 Jan 2012, 04:27 GMT [Entry]
I remember the Hungarian channel hyped it beyond belief too. We got advertisements, trailers, even a countdown on the screen. People talked about it a lot. I was even skeptical about it just because of that, I said it won't be that good as they describe.
Then guess who remained a fan even after years after the show was cancelled?
Message #2 | chrisdvanne_ | 06 Jan 2012, 03:42 GMT [Entry]
Yes, reading these articles gives an idea of the hype at the time.
I must say i was not aware of that at the launch of the serie because, if i watched it from the start, i was not involved in the TSCC (more less in the Summer Glau) fandom.
Message #3 | Blazius | 06 Jan 2012, 03:30 GMT [Entry]
Or for people who don't buy them either because its not in their country or just don't care whats in them most of the time.
But its sure very nice to know what they write about Summer and/or the movies or series she is in.
I'm just a bit sad when they are writing about the hyping of TSCC( and remember how they indeed hyped it in the past).
Such anticipation dying so soon just because Friedman and his crew wanted to do something original and not blindly copy the movies( which is impossible anyway because movies are not translatable to series format very well)?
Message #6 | chrisdvanne_ | 03 Jan 2012, 21:54 GMT [Entry]
The important thing is that these scans are a great improvement in terms of resolution and quality compared to existing ones; the old scans comes from various sources and are often truncated or blurry or have bad exposition.
I' ve had sometime to make two scans and make them overlap in order to have the whole page; in this case some photoshop is needed.
More scans to come and sometimes never seen before magazines or pages.