From January 1995: Mulder and Scully inevitably make it onto the cover of THERMAL LANCE issue 22. Because THE X-FILES sold. A lot. And it was cool. Briefly.
What was the big deal about THE AVENGERS PROGRAMME GUIDE? It was another in the run of unofficial Virgin-published paperback episode guides from this this period (Series covered included THE WEST WING, RED DWARF, THE SIMPSONS, BUFFY, ANGEL, START TREK, DAWSON'S CREEK, GERRY ANDERSON shows, BABYLON FIVE, NEIGHBOURS... I have a shelf full of them) but it ran into a spot of bother. From memory, the first edition rather unwisely suggested that one of the leading actors on the show got the gig by bedding the incoming producer. Dave Rogers, publisher of assorted Avengers fanzines and books (and - crucially - not involved with The Programme Guide) got wind of it, told the performer and the lawyers were called. Cue some hasty recalling and pulping of early copies that had already hit the shelves.
The book was later reissued - as THE AVENGERS DOSSIER - in 1998 with the offending text removed.