restricted access   Volume 6, Issue 1, Spring 2013

Table of Contents

Special Issue on The X-Files

Guest Edited by Stacey Abbott and Simon Brown



pp. iii-iv

Introduction: The truth is (still) out there: The X-Files twenty years on

pp. 1-6

Memento mori: The slow death of The X-Files

pp. 7-22

'Mulder, have you noticed that we're on television?': 'X-Cops', style and innovation

pp. 23-38

William Gibson's 'cyberpunk' X-Files

pp. 39-53

Catholicism in The X-Files: Dana Scully and the harmony of faith and reason

pp. 55-69

Be fearful: The X-Files' post-9/11 legacy

pp. 71-85

The fan-media producer collaboration: How fan relationships are managed in a post-series X-Files fandom

pp. 87-99

'What am I looking at, Mulder?': Licensed comics and the freedoms of transmedia storytelling

pp. 101-117

DVD reviews

Contagion by Steven Soderbergh (review)

pp. 119-123

Hive Mind by Ladd Ehlinger, Jr (review)

pp. 123-126

Book reviews

Angel by Stacey Abbott (review)

pp. 127-130

From the Arthouse to the Grindhouse: Highbrow and Lowbrow Transgression in Cinema's First Century ed. by John Cline and Robert G. Weiner (review)

pp. 131-135

Living with Star Trek: American Culture and the Star Trek Universe by Lincoln Geraghty, and: The Influence of Star Trek on Television, Film and Culture ed. by Lincoln Geraghty (review)

pp. 135-138

Colonialism and the Emergence of Science Fiction by John Rieder (review)

pp. 138-142

TARDISbound: Navigating the Universes of Doctor Who by Piers Britton (review)

pp. 142-145

About the contributors

pp. 147-149