Cover of issue 1, June 1995
|Former editors||Matt Bielby
|Frequency||Every four weeks|
|Circulation||31,327 (2008 average)|
SFX magazine is published every four weeks  by Future plc and was founded in 1995. The magazine covers topics in the genres of popular science fiction, fantasy and horror, within the media of films, television, videogames, comics and literature. According to the magazine's website, the SF stands for "science fiction", but the X doesn't stand for anything in particular.
Matt Bielby was the editor for the first 11 issues. He was followed by Dave Golder who left the magazine in 2005 but later returned as its online editor. Golder was replaced by the current editor-in-chief, David Bradley. Other members of staff include deputy editor Richard Edwards, features editor Nick Setchfield and reviews editor Ian Berriman.
SFX also publishes regular special editions. Their website features news, reviews, competitions, reader blogs, and a reader forum. In April 2013, the 35th European Science Fiction Convention in Kiev named SFX Best Magazine in its Hall Of Fame award category.
- Dan Martin and Peter Walker (1 April 2010). "Doctor Who – taking on the fashion monster". The Guardian. Retrieved 2011-02-06. "Dave Bradley, editor of SFX magazine..."
- "Product Page". ABC. Retrieved 2011-11-28.
- "the leading science fiction, fantasy and horror magazine". SFX. 2006-09-22. Retrieved 2010-07-11.
- John Plunkett (5 January 2010). "Future to launch 'coffee table' superhero magazine". The Guardian. Retrieved 2011-02-06. "Quarterly title to capitalise on popularity of comics, videogames and movies such as Iron Man and Batman: the Dark Knight"
- "Serenity named top sci-fi movie". BBC News. 2 April 2007. Retrieved 2011-02-06. "Space thriller Serenity has beaten Star Wars to the title of best sci-fi movie in an SFX magazine poll of 3,000 fans."
- "Doctor Who is sci-fi favourite". BBC News. 27 December 2002. Retrieved 2011-02-06. "Time-travelling hero Doctor Who has been named as the greatest science fiction character of all time."
- "Fantasy writer Gemmell dies at 57". BBC News. 28 July 2006. Retrieved 2011-02-06. "Fantasy novelist David Gemmell, best known for stories such as Legend and Waylander, has died at the age of 57. ... He had a real sense of how excitement builds in a story - his books were real page-turners, Dave Bradley, SFX magazine"
- "Buffy fans slay Sky One". BBC News. 16 January 2002. Retrieved 2011-02-06. "We've seen the series and in some scenes we thought, how are they going to show that? -- SFX magazine editor Dave Golder"
- "Eurocon 2013 Post Release". European Science Fiction Convention. 15 April 2013. Retrieved 2013-06-07. "Best Magazine: SFX (UK)"
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