Issue 18 will be available soon Earthmen, but in the meantime Issue 17 is still available (just click on the 'Buy Andersonic' link on the left). 

Issue 17 features…

Sylvia Anderson interview - a new interview with Sylvia in which she discusses her work on the APF/Century 21 series and her creation & casting of such well-loved characters as Lady Penelope, Parker, the Angels and Ed Straker.

Alan Shubrook interview - Alan talks of his time working at Century 21 on series from Thunderbirds up to UFO. He discusses his methods, materials used and his favourite miniatures created for the series, as well as sharing behind the scenes anecdotes. The interview is illustrated with Alan's own photographs taken at the studio.

Space 1999/ Siren Planet - a look at the original script written by Art Wallace which was later rewritten to become the series' second episode 'Matter of Life and Death'.

Thunderbirds/ Desperate Intruder - two writers take opposing views on a mid-season outing where Brains finds himself up to his neck in it.

UFO/ The Long Sleep - we curl up with a tube of Smarties and take a look at one of UFO's weirder episodes. Take a trip with us back to that ruined farmhouse…

Home Taping: 1999 - Mark Rosney recalls the days before VHS

Strip Story - we look at an individual comic strip to see what makes it tick. This issue - Countdown's UFO story 'The Final Climb' drawn by Jon Davis

…plus DVD reviews and other stuff. Internal art by Steve Kyte, cover image by Martin Bower.



So what exactly is Andersonic? It's an A5 fanzine which covers the films and television series of Gerry and Sylvia Anderson. Each issue contains features and articles which explore and discuss their many series, from the black and white Supercar and Fireball XL5, 60s series StingrayThunderbirdsCaptain ScarletJoe 90 and The Secret Service; the live-action series UFO and Space:1999 and later stuff such as Terrahawks and right up to date with New Captain Scarlet. In previous issues we have also covered the films Doppelganger and Into Infinity - as well as a look at other productions which they have influenced. We have featured interviews with, amongst others, Mike Trim, Dominic Lavery, Shaun Whittacker-Cook, Jan King, Robert Easton, Tony Harding and Mike Noble.

Andersonic is published every 6 months (very approximately) and is available to buy via this website plus one or two other outlets, and via eBay around the time of publication. All issues are still in print and available from this site. If you'd like to be kept informed of the availability of current and future issues, please send an email and you'll be added to the mailing list.  

The fanzine is run on a strictly non-profit basis.



Plaything of Sutekh is a Doctor Who fanzine from the same people behind Andersonic.  It's the same format as Andersonic - 40 pages, A5 in size with colour covers. Issues 1 and 2 are currently out of print but will return when Issue 3 hits the, er, streets.  Abase yourself by checking out further details on the Plaything of Sutekh blog. You'll find that good.  













Site updates:

07/03/14 - Issue 17 out now

12/07/13 - Fireball XL5 CD & Born for Adversity reviews added

14/03/13 - Home page and Links updated, The Investigator DVD review added 

28/02/13 - Issue 15 added

01/04/11 - New Articles - Anderson Modelling by Mike Reccia, 'Spectrum Strikes Back'  & 'Point 783' reviews


Alpha:2012 is a Space:1999 convention planned to run from Friday 12th to Sunday 14th September 2014.

It will take place at the Holiday Inn at Peterborough West, Cambs and will feature guests, model and prop displays, ticketed banquet meal on the Saturday night with guests at the tables.

There will also be a dealers room and a video lounge along with a private lobby/seating area. For further details and updates, check out their website.