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41. Sound & Vision
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42. Jet
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43. I.D. Magazine
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44. Script
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41. Sound & Vision
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Asin: B00005N7XG
Catlog: Magazine
Publisher: Hachette Filipacchi Magazines
Sales Rank: 380
Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars
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Formerly called Stereo Review's Sound & Vision.
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4-0 out of 5 stars Sound Off On S&V
I have been a loyal reader of Sound And Vision magazine for many years now. Heck, I remember reading it, as far back as when it still had Stereo Review in its title.

The magazine is a tech geeks dream. It offers product reviews and specifications on everthing from flatscreen telelevisions, home theater systems, DVD Recorders, and everything in between. It's clear that the editors and writers of the publication enjoy what they do do for a living. They offer an easy to understand analysis of the products--but they also don't write down to the reader either. I enjoy looking at their product grids the most. While the case can be made that it's a little skimpy with the comparions of products at times, they do arm the consumer electonics buyer with enough information to make the right choices when buying products. Sound And Vision is a must read for all of us riding the tech wave, even if all you can do is drool at all the fun stuff, you can't afford.

Worthwhile and fun

5-0 out of 5 stars Cutting edge
Here's another cutting edge publication to keep you abreast of the happenings in the audio world.

1-0 out of 5 stars Poor equipment analysis and comparisons
S&V is a magazine that one would read if he/she were going to purchase a piece of home theater equipment and wanted to feel good about it. I don't think I have ever read a review of a piece of equipment that this magazine did not like. Very poor comparisons analysis and subjective reviews led me to stop reading this magazine. Home Theater and The Perfect Vision are much better mags if you want insightful reviews and comparisons of home theater gear.

5-0 out of 5 stars The latest news on audio and video.
If you want to keep track of the latest equipment and technological advances in the fields of music and movies -- with emphasis on home theater systems -- this magazine is for you. It is both authoritive and up-to-date. Although a lot of state-of-the-art audio and video components covered are rather expensive, Sound & Vision tries hard to also cover lower-priced systems when they are available. This is a very good magazine for serious audio/video fans.

4-0 out of 5 stars On the edge...
Sound & Vision provides good product reviews, tips on speaker placement and building a decent system, and reviews of DVDs and CDs. At times, though, they delve into the territory of audiophiles with big budgets. Nothing wrong with that, and in fact, they do seem to keep a good blend of budget and high-end products in their reviews. ... Read more


42. Jet
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Asin: B00005N7R1
Catlog: Magazine
Publisher: Johnson Publ Co/attn:sub Dept
Sales Rank: 754
Average Customer Review: 3 out of 5 stars
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National news and general editorial oriented to the black community. Editorials include hard news, feartures sports, fashion, education, black history, entertainment, business, black history, entertainment, business, society, religion & African affairs.
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2-0 out of 5 stars Nothing more, nothing less...and that hurts its future!
Like the title suggests, "Jet" can be digested quickly. It doesn't attempt to be too hard-hitting. In fact, it's better thought of as VERY light reading for those with limited time.

As a trailblazing publication, the magazine does possess historical significance. However, it seems to have lost much of its "edge" with the abundance of other, better written publications that adorn today's newstands.

With that in mind, the magazine deserves a major revamping in order to compete and attract readers beyond its loyal fan base.

If not, "Jet" is doomed to go the way of the dinosaur.

2-0 out of 5 stars Beauty of the Week ain't always a beauty
SOme of them JET Beauties of the Week look like straight up skank ho's. Show a brother what he really wants to see, a white girl!

2-0 out of 5 stars Getto brothers who have made it
Hi,
My name is Valerie Y. Williams and I have a few topic to talk about. First of all I work for a company and the president use to be one of the head leaders for a gang. He also sold drugs. This guy is know the president of a company in the same area he solded drugs and gang bang. He is an example of how people can change. I think it would be great to have an article on him and a couple of other bothers who were in that same situation. I work for Kingsway Fiancial Group, Aurora, Illinois @ 630 375 6048. My boss is willing to tell his story to help other black brothers out there. Please give him the opportunity to speak out and reach our brothers or brothers who are thinking about helping others.

You need articles that are going to interest our black community. The way to do that is find things that relate to our lives. I can write about "Black man forget but White man don't", that would be awesome. Our people are so argry and it needs to be released. We can't move forward with all that baggage.

Stories about how educated brothers from the hood became successful. We should educate our people from other people success to show them that they can make it and how.

Thank you,

Valerie Y. Williams
630 375 6048

1-0 out of 5 stars bad
This magazine is so bad. It seems like they get old information from the 70's and put it in the current issues. The magazine is too small and way too old to survive in the media.

3-0 out of 5 stars Beauty Models of the week=a 10 the rest of the magazine= ok
Love my Jet Magazine Centerfold Models.Yes LAWD!!! over the Years the Beautiful Soul Beautys have been Stunning&Kept me Glassy-eyed.but as far as the News goes: back in the day Jet was probably more fuller with events&things going down.One thing I'll say about Jet they always were on time back in the day with covering whomever was Hot in the Entertainment Business.there Music Charts were always a reflection of there vibe.from a Historic Perspective&too the Man John H.Johnson&Family I respect what it meant too me back in the day growing up on it.but aside from the Jet Beautys the Magazine hasn't aged as well over time.but I do have great memorys from back in the day. ... Read more


43. I.D. Magazine
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Asin: B000066HUK
Catlog: Magazine
Publisher: F & W Publications, Inc.
Sales Rank: 447
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars The Industrial Designer's dream mag
IF you have any interest in design, i recommend getting this mag, it has the latest trends in design as well as new products and designers.

5-0 out of 5 stars Much better than it has to be!
I have simply an amateur's interest in design, and, while ID is directed at the professional, I find every issue is a cornucopia of ideas and of cutting edge design. Further, the Amazon rate is 'considerably' below any other offer I have seen. What's there not to like?? ... Read more


44. Script
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Asin: B00006LDOP
Catlog: Magazine
Publisher: Script Magazine
Sales Rank: 572
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45. Blender
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Asin: B0009K9ILS
Catlog: Magazine
Publisher: Dennis Publishing
Sales Rank: 552
Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars
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1-0 out of 5 stars Horrible magazine
The magazine in a group effort named "The Sound of Silence" by Simon and Garfunkle as one of the worst songs ever.

Do I have to say anything more?

1-0 out of 5 stars Terrible Magazine
This magazine is horrible.I originally thought it would discuss "cutting edge", interesting music that is perhaps a bit left of center.Rather, you get more info about Britney, Christina, and whom ever else is popular at the time.I did subscribe for a year with high hopes, but after the first few issues I realized I could have spent my money more wisely.This magazine is not for folk that are into music....but if you want to find out how cool the stupid singer from Fuel is for doing coke off of a filthy public toilet, go for it.

1-0 out of 5 stars What can you expect?
From the same bozos who bring us such brainfood as Maxim and Stuff...If you find the aforementioned entertaining, you might like this.

3-0 out of 5 stars Odd Mix of Smart History and Dumb Trendhopping
Blender might be the most readable general music mag available right now, since Spin and Rolling Stone have become mediocre and directionless. The best reason to buy Blender, if for nothing else, is the killer review section (see below). Blender is a schizophrenic magazine, as an intricate knowledge of highbrow rock history is mixed with a slavish obsession with teen pop trends, with music reporting that can be very informative but is lacking in depth. For example, recently Aerosmith's place in rock history was summed up with a statement that they had some hit singles in the 70s and then were sampled by Eminem. Meanwhile, if you want to be on the cover or appear visually in more than a couple of basic photos, you'd better be photogenic. Blender has a weakness for cheesecake shots of attractive female entertainers who apparently don't mind showing off the goods because they know their music can't be taken seriously. Recent notorious examples are Jessica Simpson and Hilary Duff, while spreads on Mariah Carey and Jennifer Lopez divert attention from ability to skin.

A further weakness is an inability to effectively mix deep music knowledge and shallow fandom. The greatest feature of Blender is the reviews section, in which all manner of both obscure and famous music is (mostly) reviewed intelligently. Of great merit is the monthly focus on a chosen artist's back catalog, and acts ranging from Black Sabbath to George Harrison to Elvis Costello have been profiled with great historical insight. But the knowledgeable reviews, despite their general usefulness to serious fans, are still marred by ceaseless trendy namedropping. In the most recent issue, Sri Lankan artist MIA is hyped as "Jay Z's favorite," a band called Ivy is written up because they have "ties to Fountains of Wayne," and the act Neva Dinova is "a close personal friend of Conor Oberst." Artists are not important simply because of vague connections to this year's hipster favorites (Jack White was last year's ubiquitous Oberst), and this is the fundamental weakness in most of Blender's coverage of both current and classic music. It shouldn't be necessary to appease casual trendhoppers when you have the ability to inform and satisfy serious music fans. [~doomsdayer520~]

2-0 out of 5 stars 2 1/2 Stars...
I got an free issue of Blender Magazine in the mail.And liked what I saw in the first issue.But, I really don't find anything that exciting in the magazine.I feel now that I wasted my money even in subscribing.I doubt I will resubscribe!Granted there are its pros and cons of the magazine but the content in the magazine makes me not want to reorder it.

Pros
-I like music and it is a music magazine
-Download section has some good downloads
-And the section called the Guide-rates music and CDs.

Cons
-Just lacking a gusto that Rolling Stone and others have.
-Sometimes they don't even interview the people for things one would be interested in; ?'s will be like "Who did you sleep with?""What did you eat?"Just stupid annoying stuff that your 15 year old brother would think is funny.
-Sometimes verging on disgusting!And annoying !

Over-all it reads like it is made by horny teenage boys and that music comes last to them.The articles are not even anything new and interesting they are things you can hear on t.v. or read in a better music magazine!

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46. Clavier

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Asin: B00007AW8E
Catlog: Magazine
Publisher: Instrumentalist Co
Sales Rank: 1588
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Articles on the artistic as well as the practical aspects of teaching, news and music reviews for teachers of keyboard instruments and their advanced students.
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47. Interview
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Asin: B00005N7NY
Catlog: Magazine
Publisher: Brant Publ Attn Michelle Thiel
Sales Rank: 387
Average Customer Review: 3.83 out of 5 stars
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The brainchild of Andy Warhol back in the heyday of the '70s club culture, Interview magazine has morphed from newsletter and photo essay of the Studio 54 set to the arbiter of what defines cutting edge for the nation (well, at least those in the nation who believe New York to be the center of the universe). It's magazine chic at its highest. When you pick up the magazine, don't look for Julia Roberts; look for the woman who will eclipse Julia in the next five years. The concept of the magazine couldn't be simpler--Q&A format, accompanied by photographs--but the Q is often provided by celebrity interviewers, and the A is usually extremely insightful, intriguing, and candid. And the photographs are the crème de la crème, by A-list lensers like Bruce Weber, Herb Ritts, and Annie Leibovitz (if you don't know them by name, this is definitely not the magazine for you). Nudity and profanity may put off some readers; others will be pleasantly titillated. --Mark Englehart ... Read more

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4-0 out of 5 stars Finally something fresh.
I know "Interview" has been around awhile, but I just recently got into it. In short, if you're into the arts, it's your magazine. It touches on music, movies, fashion, and everything inbetween. And often the interviews of celebrities are done by other celebs, like "Jim Jarmusch" doing a Q&A with "The White Stripes", just like they're sitting in a room chatting, very casual. I like that. Also the photography is tops, and often takes up the whole page (good mini-posters). They're good about not exposing the same old people too, lots of fresh faces, usually cool. Hey, if it's good enough for "Andy Warhol", it can't be bad, huh?

2-0 out of 5 stars Too many pictures, little content.
I subscibe to this magazine. Will not renew it either! Maybe I am too old to appreciate this periodical. It is way overpriced even with the Amazom, and others discount.

5-0 out of 5 stars Forget all the others
Interview's got it all: fashion, music, films, people, AND it's done the right way. It's visually pleasing, well-written, classy, and ahead of the trend-curve.

4-0 out of 5 stars Good Mag
I enjoy the vibe of this Magazine.the Q&A'S are truly interesting to me to say the least overall.very Entertaining&Un-cut.it has a up-front vibe&take on things.not like other magazines that is for sure.

4-0 out of 5 stars Eye candy--but GOOD eye candy
Nice mag. Hadn't picked it up for a while

Nice pics, decent articles. Worth giving a look to. ... Read more


48. Remix
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Asin: B00005UMOY
Catlog: Magazine
Publisher: Primedia Business Magazines & Media Inc.
Sales Rank: 705
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars Great mag
This is an great magazine - slick look, lots of great alternative artist interviews - a must read for the aspiring hip hop producer who needs production and performance tips and techniques.

4-0 out of 5 stars good mag for dj's and producers
Remix features good interviews and features on the top producers and dj's in the world. They also provide contact information on record labels looking to expand their artist roster, and provide tips and tricks for producers and dj's to hone their craft. ... Read more


49. FILMMAKER: The Magazine Of Independent Film
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Asin: B000060MI1
Catlog: Magazine
Publisher: FILMMAKER, A Joint Venture
Sales Rank: 210
Average Customer Review: 4 out of 5 stars
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4-0 out of 5 stars The Art of Reviewing Art
I love this magazine!!! As if it isn't hard enough to find anyone out there with a good appreciation of independent film (and by appreciation, I also mean knowledge), but then you have to deal with all these film nerds who think that if it wasn't done on a shoestring budget by a no-name director, it must be bad.
FILMMAKER does an excellent job of giving an overview of the world of independent film, while still providing good discussions of some more mainstream films. It's tough, when reviewing and writing criticism of any art form, to know what to discuss, and I think that FILMMAKER does this. ... Read more


50. Recording Magazine
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Asin: B00005N7UO
Catlog: Magazine
Publisher: MusicMaker Magazine
Sales Rank: 454
Average Customer Review: 4 out of 5 stars
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4-0 out of 5 stars Friendlier end of the scale...
It can be kind of fluffy and thin, with maybe one or two really good meaty articles (usually too short) per issue, with a bit too much fluff in between, too many press releases (jeez I hate press releases that pass for "news"). For that, 3 stars.

Nevertheless, it has a friendly, engaging, and easy-to-read approach that isn't as podunk as Home Recording, but sadly not as cool as EQ, and certainly not as seriously professional as Mix ($$$). It'd be a great subscription for a teenager or new musician just getting into songwriting and/or recording, but who doesn't necessarily aspire to be an engineer.

Which I guess is the whole idea. For that, 4 stars.

4-0 out of 5 stars It makes me study efficiently!
I'd like to be a good music recording artist.
So this magazine makes me study efficiently.
It is really cool.
It is the guide book to whom wanna be a good
recording artist, I think. ... Read more


51. American Cinematographer

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Asin: B00006K350
Catlog: Magazine
Publisher: Amer Soc Of Cinematographer
Sales Rank: 956
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars An absolute must for any serious filmmaker
Whether you are a technical guru or someone who's emphasis is on the words, any serious filmmaker who takes his or her craft seriously will love American Cinematographer. The official magazine of the American Society of Cinematographers, this magazine gives you in depth interviews with DPs and Directors on the technical approach towards the shooting of the picture. They cover not just lab soups and lighting techniques, but also the approach to the script, design notes on how to visually approach the script - in other words, a great detailed overview of how this particular crew of filmmakers went about creating the visual language of the film. And not just film - as technology advances, and more films are shot on video, this magazine gives the same great coverage to those pictures as well - from Star Wars to Anniversary Party. While it's true that there are only so many films that AC can cover each issue but I think you'll end up feeling like I do - that I wish they could cover them all! ... Read more


52. MovieMaker Magazine
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Asin: B00005NIPL
Catlog: Magazine
Publisher: MovieMaker Magazine
Sales Rank: 365
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars Movie Makers Unite!
Moviemaker is great for the beginner and the pro-indie alike. This magazine features interviews with Hollywood moguls as well as independant greats. There are helpful articles ranging from what DVDs that can serve as film school to festival information. Everything is informative, even if it's just a short bit about a new type of equipment. Moviemaker may not come out monthly, but each issue is worth the wait!! ... Read more


53. Opera News
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Asin: B00005N7XO
Catlog: Magazine
Publisher: Metropolitan Opera Guild
Sales Rank: 403
Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars
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News & reviews of opera companies worldwide, productions, hi-fi equipment, performers, records, travel & information on telecasts & radio broadcasts from the Metropolitan Opera.
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5-0 out of 5 stars All set up for Opera!
I am a young singer who is really excited about what's ahead. I love Amazon because I can find everything I need. Opera News teaches me about all the professional artist, I get Classical singer which talks to me as a young artist with audition listings, and Voice Lessons To Go by Vaccarino (two volumes of singing lessons on CD- yey!). Now if I could just get an agent of this site!

4-0 out of 5 stars One of the best two opera periodicals
Opera News is all the good things the other reviewers have written. It is a must read for opera fans. Another super periodical for this audience is The Opera Quarterly, published by Oxford University Press-1 800 852 7323. This contains fascinating articles, plus book and record reviews. I am so happy to read both these excellent magazines, and eagerly await their arrival in the mail.

4-0 out of 5 stars really good read&Detail
I enjoy finding out&Hearing about New Opera talent through out the World&this Magazine gives me the 411.I've discovered&Heard quite a few talents Throughout the World.also read on CD's&things,this is a Very Helpful Magazine.

5-0 out of 5 stars Bravo!
A Great scource of information for lovers of opera and classical recital singing. As a singer myself by avocation, it's great to know what the pros are up to, to read stories and interviews from some past luminaries and to see what's up with the regional and international opera scene.

5-0 out of 5 stars OH MY GOD!
I am a 16 year old singer and at the moment it is the only outlet I have to know what is going on in the world I WILL get involved in! I love it! ... Read more


54. Tv Y Novelas

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Catlog: Magazine
Publisher: Editorial Televisa
Sales Rank: 1648
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55. Disney Magazine
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Publisher: Disney Magazine Publishing
Sales Rank: 352
Average Customer Review: 4 out of 5 stars
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3-0 out of 5 stars Disney(world) Magazine
I agree with the others here who have pointed out that this is truly a magazine about Disneyworld. The entire point of the magazine seems to be to encourage the reader to visit the Orlando half of the American Disney Empire. I have rarely seen an article on the real Disneyland. I have been very disappointed.

5-0 out of 5 stars Wonderful
I have been receiving the Disney Magazine for the past three years. I absolutely love it. I look forward to every issue. I read it from cover to cover at least five time, but my favorites are the hidden pics and the calendar of events as to what is going on when and where at the theme parks. I also love when there are articles from behind the scenes at the theme parks. I have been a huge fan of Disney since I was a child. Having a subscription to this magazine is just one more way I can enjoy Disney. So thank you for giving me this opportunity to say thank you.

3-0 out of 5 stars Could be worse...
Disney Magazine isn't exactly what I was hoping for--it has very little to do with animation, or what the Disney Company is doing, and a heck of a lot to do with Disneyworld in Orland, Florida.

This may be alright for some, but if I want to know more about ANY park, it would be the original and greatest, Disneyland!

I think Disney Magazine needs to get their priorties straight, or change their name to 'Disneyworld Quarterly'

3-0 out of 5 stars Good, but...
I wouldn't pay money for it. We get it as a part of our Annual Pass to the true park (Disneyland). The magazine, for the most part, seems to be a giant advertisment for DisneyWorld. Most articles and recipes are from the Orlando parks. There have been a few good articles on animation and filmmaking, but aside from that, it's not really worth the money.

2-0 out of 5 stars Not what I expected
I was mistaken that this magazine was for children. I purchased a subscription for my 5 year old daughter and she was HIGHLY disappointed. If it is for kids, they must be much older so that they can comprehend the more difficult reading. Adults who enjoy Disney may want this magazine, but it is not for kids under 11-12. There is nothing fun about it and I'm asking for a refund. ... Read more


56. Revolver
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Asin: B00065EF46
Catlog: Magazine
Publisher: Harris Publications, Inc.
Sales Rank: 559
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars Best mag for metalheads
Revolver's competing magazines in the heavy metal magazine world are Hit Parader and Circus. I have bought all three of these magazines several times, and Revolver my final judgement is Revolver is the only magazine that is good enough to subscribe to. The other two I still buy occasionally, but only for wallpaper (I cut out the pictures of bands in the magazines and hang them in my room.)

This magazine is, in a way, like a combination of Circus and Blender magazines; it combines the best aspects of both. Revolver still has plenty of great pictures, but it is also much longer and much better written than Circus. It is not quite as long or stuffed full of information as Blender, but make sure you note that Revolver only reports on one genre (heavy metal!) whereas Blender could (theoretically) report on every genre (rap, pop, rock, etc.)

Chances are, if a hard rock band (especially a big name hard rock band) is about to or has already released a C.D., Revolver will do a story about it. The stories/reports are very entertaining but they also are informative and sometimes a lesson is learned from them. If it's a cover story, an interview with the band is also included; if it's not a cover story, the writer integrates quotes and answers from the band into the article, anyways (even though it's not a formal interview). Revolver writers frequently go on tour with a band (i.e. Lamb of God). In that case, they take the reader backstage, on the tour bus, and in a concert (with a rundown of the show).

When I first started reading this magazine, there was a sexual theme to it. There would be a picture of a "hot babe" in a T-shirt, and one side of the poster would be a woman-usually half-naked-in a sexual pose. In the past year or so, Revolver phased that out (probably to appeal to a broader audience). I sometimes miss the pictures of the "hot babes," but this way there's more room for real heavy metal pictures. Yet, even though sex isn't a theme anymore, Revolver is probably a bit too sophisticated for anyone younger than a teenager. Plus, there are usually profanities (mainly the "f word.") So, I would say this magazine is for ages 13 and up.

Monthly articles:

-Cover story
-3 or 4 other biggish stories
- "Fresh Blood" column (where a small biography is given on a band you probably haven't heard of)
- Ask Vinnie (an column where readers write questions, and Pantera/Damageplan drummer Vinnie Paul gives advice)
- Hard rock news and notes
- Black and death metal news and notes
- "In the studio" (an update on bands currently recording new music)
-Free poster (in the middle of the magazine, there's a fold-out poster of one or two bands.) The poster isn't very wide, but it is about two pages long
-Free music downloads
-"Ink Spot" (a story about a musician's favorite tattoo)
-"Favorite sh*t" (an interview with a musician, with questions such as "What's your favorite color?")
-Joke from a band (Revolver has just recently started doing this)
- Reviews (reviews of C.D.'s, music DVD's, and video games)


Pros:

--Plenty of good pictures and a free poster
--Professionally written with well known writers (yet it is NOT too intelligent for teenagers)
--Edited well (I haven't found any mistakes or typos)
-The "fresh blood" column usually introduces me to a band I haven't heard of, but I should probably check out
--Revolver is accredited and well known enough to be allowed to go on tours with bands and be first for interviews
--News columns (on both mainstream and underground metal bands)
-The stories are always done with quotes from the band that the report is on
--Free music! (Revolver has started doing a page that gives the reader a password, which he/she can then access free music downloads online.)
--No stupid questions in interviews (they ask up to date questions, and sometimes-i.e. in the interview with Puddle of Mudd-the writers aren't afraid to ask daring, cutting questions)
--The "In the studio" segment is always informative
--Helpful, reliable reviews (they don't automatically praise every heavy metal C.D.)


Cons:

--If you're up to date on your music news web sites, the news columns shouldn't really be anything new to you.
--Not all C.D.'s are reviewed (they give a rundown on the C.D. in the article about the band, but C.D.'s from bands that are on the cover of the magazine aren't usually reviewed.)
-Concerts aren't reviewed
-My biggest gripe is that it's only issued once a month.

The bottom line is, if you're a metalhead, this is the best magazine you can get! It is more than well worth the ten dollars you will spend for a years worth of entertainment.

5-0 out of 5 stars Margeaux is right! This IS the best music mag!
WAY better than the over-rated Hit Parader.

5-0 out of 5 stars Greatest MUSIC Mag EVER!!!!!!!!
From the first time I picked up Revolver, I fell in love with it.It's got something for everyone.It's got everything from tame bands like Good Charlotte and Simple Plan to Black and Death metal bands like Children of Bodom and Shadows Fall.If you love all kinds of rock and metal music, then this is the magazine for you. IT ROCKS!!!!!!!!!!!!

3-0 out of 5 stars whatever
i bought this magazine a few issues back and I was really disapointed. If you just cut off your mullet and think Jello wrestling is cool, than you found your magazine.

5-0 out of 5 stars A ROCKERS HEAVEN
Talk about UNBIASED, REAL and HARD HITTING articles!!!
Unlike other rock mags out there who diss "sellouts" or "unreal" bands. At least this mag is REAL. ... Read more


57. Disney's Winnie The Pooh
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Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars EXCELLENT MAGAZINE!
My 3 year old has always loved Pooh. Everytime we check the mail, he will ask me if his Pooh book is here. I would suggest this magazine to anyone with children, young and old. My son spends about an hour looking at his magazine, he feels so grown-up to be getting mail.

4-0 out of 5 stars ESMERALDA WINNIE THE POOH
I LIKE WINNIE THE POOH BECAUSE I THINK IT'S THE BEST DISNEY CHARACTER. AT THIS MOMENT I'AM PREGNET AND WHEN I HAVE MY BABY SHOWER I HOPE TO FEEL HIS OF HER ROOM WITH WINNIE THE POOH. I ALREADY HAVE 4 HUGE STUFFED WINNIE THE POOH DISNEY BEARS. MY MOM WOULD ALWAYS TEASE ME BEFORE I GOT PREGNET ABOUT MY WINNIE THE POOH ROOM. SHE SAY TO ME AREN'T YOU TOO OLD TO BE LIKING WINNIE THE POOH? AND MY ANSWER TO HER IS ALWAYS THE SAME I'M NEVER TOO OLD FOR MY FAVORIT BEAR. IT SEEMS THAT I ALWAYS WIN THE ARGUMENT BECAUSE EVERY YEAR FOR CHRISTMAS SHE GIVES ME A SET OF WINNIE THE POOH PAJAMAS. ... Read more


58. Bluegrass Unlimited
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Average Customer Review: 4 out of 5 stars
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4-0 out of 5 stars good tunes
well, if you're a follower of the genre this is the magazine for you. each issue has at least 1 interesting, well researched article on a band you've heard of. the album reviews tend to be a bit bland - hard to get candid criticism here. but the ads and listings for events are top notch, and the letters and questions sections are full of interesting historical tidbits. ... Read more


59. Home Entertainment
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60. Ellery Queens Mystery Magazine
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Publisher: Penny Press
Sales Rank: 396
Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars
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1-0 out of 5 stars A poor quality publication
I had to wait for 5 five months till I got my first issue, imagine that! When the issue did arrive, I found it was very poor. I think that the publishers of Ellery Queen just don't understand that you have to provide value for the price they are charging.

Most the stories were predictable and boring. After the first few pages you can tell where the author is going.

I think I am going to use the magazine for recycling, I can't think of reading another copy.

5-0 out of 5 stars Enjoyable and reliable mystery tales
Ellery Queen's Mystery Magazine (EQMM) is the sharper image of its sister publication, Alfred Hitchcock's (AHMM). The stories are more polished, some have literary aspirations, and I'm more likely to find the well-executed twist in an EQMM story. While not every piece is a textbook mystery (some are police procedurals or psychological thrillers), all are good entertainment.

Editor Janet Hutchings introduces each piece with a description of the story, or what the author is working on, or an introduction to the writer if this is a first story. Occasional pen and ink illustrations, while not required to enjoy any of the stories, add to the feeling that EQMM is richer than AHMM. Some authors appear every month (Edward Hoch, amazing!) or almost as much (Doug Allyn) and deliver a quality story every time. There are plenty of other writers to enjoy; some are series tales with a recurring character, some create new worlds but impress with their mastery of the short story form.

EQMM relies on fewer gimmicky departments and more fiction. There is a book review column, calling your attention to novels worth reading.

If you love mysteries you should be getting both AHMM and EQMM.

Note: Starting with the 2004 issues, EQMM will publish only 10 issues a year; 2 will be "double issues" with almost twice as many pages. I remember when the Dell Magazines published 13 issues a year, including the "mid-December" one; back then the magazines came every 4 weeks. Those were the days and I have shown myself to be a certified grumpy codger.

5-0 out of 5 stars EQ Delivers every month!
Ellery Queen's Mystery Magazine consistently delivers solid stories every month. As others have noted, not every story is a gem, but I usually find *at least* one really good story per issue, and most of the rest are quite enjoyable. (With around 10 stories per issue, you have to expect the occasional dud.)

This has been true for as long as I've been reading the magazine, which must be close to 30 years, now! The quality of the writing is consistently good, because the editors know what they're doing.

As a previous reviewer said, it is a good idea to pick up one issue to see if you like the kinds of stories EQ has to offer. But if you like that one issue, you can be sure you will enjoy others.

Note: Though it's known as EQ "Mystery Magazine", not all stories are mysteries. They do all fall generally into the "crime" category.

4-0 out of 5 stars A solid magazine
EQMM is definitely a worthwhile magazine for any true fan of mysteries. Is every story exceptional, of course not and that's unrealistic to expect it to be. The stories are however entertaining and you get the opportunity to see something from some of your favorite writers. I think it's enjoyable to read a short story from writers you like whether it is a surefire classic or just another tale. To address, some of the issues by the jaded first reviewer, look at it from the standpoint of a mystery lover. If the publishers only produced great classic books, we would have only a handful of books each year, instead of the masses that readers have the fun of combing thru each year. The pages smudge, but this is not a magazine that is mass produced like People or Time or Sports Illustrated. At the current price, you could probably only get one to two stories a month for glossy pages. If you're reluctant to get a subscription then at least go to your local bookstore and buy the latest copy of EQMM and find out for yourself how enjoyable getting a quick glimpse into dozen of mystery writers can be.

5-0 out of 5 stars A great read
No, every story's not perfect -- but is every mystery book you buy? What you can count on from EQMM each month is a great mix of stories, some by writers you know and love, others by ones you haven't discovered yet, and most of the stories are really good: clever, surprising, suspenseful, well-told. I can't imagine how anyone could give this great magazine a one-star rating. It's a great read and would be a great gift for anyone you know who loves mysteries. ... Read more


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