Panini Revistas announced the release in Spain of SFX magazine, available on Friday 24 February.
The title, owned by FIPP member Future plc, features sci-fi and fantasy themes including superheroes, novels, TV, comic books and videogames. The magazine will combine articles from the English edition with reports, interviews and opinion pieces created in Spain.
The cover for the first issue is devoted to the late Carrie Fisher as part of the magazine's dossier on the 40th anniversary of Star Wars.
The magazine will be available every two months, in newstands and selected book shops around Spain with a cover price of 5.95€.
Source: Panini Revistas
Future is a member of FIPP.
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