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Spectra Magazine is a digital-only publication featuring news, reviews and short fiction in the sci-fi, fantasy and horror genres. As well as being a publisher and writer of Spectra Magazine, we're also keen to discuss and promote the broader world of short stories on the digital reading platforms.

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Spectra is the new digital magazine bringing you the best in new sci-fi, horror and fantasy short fiction, news and reviews. With four new stories from est. Spectra Magazine - Issue 1 has 5 ratings and 4 reviews. Spanner said: I agree - the future of short fiction is here. Of course, I would agree, given that.

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This led to a successful injunction being taken out against the magazine, with copies withdrawn from newsagents and an apology published in the following issue. By , Your Sinclair regularly came with a free covertape containing a complete Spectrum game plus demos. Crash , which had included occasional demo covertapes but still lagged behind in circulation, relaunched in June of that year, including a free covertape with a number of complete games as a regular feature.

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This came at the expense of page count and editorial content, both of which fell dramatically in The December issue had pages; by June this was down to 36 pages, although some of this reduction is attributable to the seasonal release nature of games. The final issue published by Newsfield was October Following their liquidation, the magazine was relaunched by Europress in December, continuing until the final issue in April In practice, this meant little more than the appearance of the Crash logo on the front cover of Sinclair User for several months.

Crash was notable for its distinctive cover art, mostly by Oliver Frey.

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The magazine Retro Gamer has acknowledged this by reprinting Crash' s first cover as a poster and a selection of Oliver Frey artwork as a calendar. The cover of issue 18, July , which depicted a female warrior with a man on his knees in collar and chains was considered a bit racy by some shops who moved it to the top shelf. The cover of issue 41, June , was a particularly violent image depicting two barbarians fighting, with one about to slit the throat of another.

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The picture was deemed too strong by W H Smith and that issue was relegated to the top shelves. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.

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