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81. Soap Opera Weekly
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81. Soap Opera Weekly
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Asin: B00005N7UV
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Publisher: Primedia Magazines
Sales Rank: 1048
Average Customer Review: 3.25 out of 5 stars
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Created for those passionate about soaps.Contains full color photos, the latest scoop, juicy gossip, predictions, & the prior week's soap summaries.
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4-0 out of 5 stars Still Worth Reading
As a previous reviewer said, Soap Opera Weekly lost some of its bite when its original editor was fired. It used to be more serious in its presentation of the soap world and more critical. That said, I still think it's worth a read if only to catch up on what's going on both on and behind the screen. I don't think someone really interested in finding out what's happening in the soap world can totally ignore it. Supplement this with Soap Opera Digest and you've pretty much got all the news you need to know about what's happening in the daytime world of television.

4-0 out of 5 stars Up Close With Soaps: From "Passions" to "General Hospital"
I'm a big fan of NBC's "Passions" and Soap Opera Weekly has done a great job pitching Jim Reilly's wacky and wonderful soap from its infancy in 1999 to its present day status as one of the most unique soaps on the air.
"Soap Opera Weekly" also offers up-to-date sneak peeks, who's in, who's out plus great profiles and well versed critiques of some of daytime's best performers. The price is also right. No matter what soap you watch, SOD has plenty of info to offer. Lastly, their covers are terrific. I buy it as often as I can.

1-0 out of 5 stars How the mighty have fallen.
I am a disillusioned former subscriber to Soap Opera Weekly. After about seven years of receiving this magazine every week in the mail, it finally got too bad to be worth my time and money.

In the beginning, Weekly was a dream, something that should have been read whether or not one actually watched soap operas. Mimi Torchin, former editor, and columnist Marlena Delacroix were strong and opinionated women, who you might not always agree with but who were certainly intelligent.

The magazine went downhill almost immediately after Torchin was fired. Journalistic mistakes, lame opinions and horrible production led to the mag's downfall, plus a new focus on primetime dramas (all of which you can get, much better, from magazines like TV Guide and Entertainment Weekly).

I gave them a year to see if I would renew, and the only qualm I had about cancelling was the fact that I had been a subscriber for so long.

Used to be, SPW (as it preferred to be abbreviated), if it was not the first to report a daytime drama coming or going, was the one to cover it the best.

Today, SOW (as it deserves to be abbreviated) is at the bottom of the magazine shelf. Hooked on soaps? Go to Soap Opera Digest, go online, go somewhere where you will be respected as a reader and a viewer.

4-0 out of 5 stars All My Soaps
I really enjoy reading this magaizine. It is not compliled with a number of pages that will take a while to read through to get to what I am searching for. I enjoy that it is light weight and I can carry it anywhere. I also enjoy that it is less expensive and I can get most of the information I am interested in without buying a small book, as the other magazines in your competion. ... Read more


82. National Examiner
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Catlog: Magazine
Publisher: American Media Inc
Sales Rank: 1984
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83. Furia Musical
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Publisher: Editorial Televisa
Sales Rank: 2535
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars lo mejor del medio musical
este magazine es lo mejor en el medio musical por que tener de todo.todo lo que quieres sabe del medio esta en este magazine la verdad si van la peña tenelo en tu casa y mas con los postels que tener de todos los gropus y solitas musicalas. no esperen mas compro de verdad. la verdad tener mucho para leer y muchos fotos tambien ... Read more


84. Amazing Spider Man

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Publisher: Marvel Entertainment Group Inc
Sales Rank: 836
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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4-0 out of 5 stars Pretty Good But Definitely Not The Best
After I had drifted away from Spider-Man for a few years, I decided to check in on Spidey in spring of 2002. Simply put, I was blown away.

I had always enjoyed Romita Jr.'s artwork, but it seemed so much better on the new glossy pages, coupled with Kemp's fantastic colors and Hanna's great inks. The artwork perfectly matched the intense storylines; and Romita Jr. has become my favorite comic artist.

J. Michael Straczynski's writing also amazed me. He came in and breathed new life into Spider-Man. The stories seemed fresh and new in a series that had grown stagnant in the nineties. His narrative added an intensity in the first storyline "Coming Home" that hadn't been in Spider-Man for a long time. Also one of the creative teams' lasting issues is the black cover 9/11 issue which was Straczynski's best as well as Romita Jr's finest moment.

I got a subscription for two years; some of the storylines were good but most were not very good. In the two years I read the books, only one traditional villian appeared (Doc Ock), and all of the rest were mythical/supernatural baddies after Spidey; the storylines also revolved around totemistic/supernatural plotlines that Spider-Man became involved in. Also, much of the dialogue was very cornball and most of the jokes were lame, but the art remained consistently good throughout the stories (some of the best in comics really).

Romita Jr recently left the series and I let my subscription run out. While I'm sure the art will be very good by other artists, the storys weren't working for me. I would rate this title more of a 3.5 than a 4 due to the writing that started off very good but lost momentum later on.

Some titles that remain consistently good over the years are "Ultimate Spider-Man" (for a fun, younger take on the character) and "Daredevil" (for a serious, mature superhero book).

5-0 out of 5 stars The Amazing but decidedly Postmodern Spider-Man
I just started reading "The Amazing Spider-Man" and "Peter Parker: Spider-Man" again this year. I decided to do a unit on comic books for my Popular Culture class and since the Spider-Man movie was a summer blockbuster with legs (pick a number as to how many) I thought focusing on the web-head would be shrewd and productive. So the cherubs had to reading Volume 1 of "The Essential Spider-Man," which reprinted his origin issue and the first twenty issues of what is now Volume 2 of the comic book. On the basis of this they were to come up with a model of elements you usually find in a Spider-Man comic book. They then had to apply that model to a current issues of either "The Amazing Spider-Man" or "Peter Parker: Spider-Man." What has remained the same and what has changed over the course of almost forty years and 486 issues is rather interesting.

In the intervening years I have discovered that Peter Parker is "still" married to Mary Jane, but they are currently separated. Peter is now a teacher, which is certainly more ambitious than being a news photographer, but I do worry that super villains might be running around during school hours. In the biggest pair of changes Aunt May is now alive again (gasp!) and she knows that Peter is Spider-Man (GASP!) However, the essentially element of Spider-Man as the world's unluckiest superhero remains constant. No good deed goes unpublished. The new sub-text, that his secret identity is shared and causes an entirely new set of interpersonal problems than when he was making a concerted effort to conceal who he was from the people he loves, adds an entirely new level of depth to the comic book today.

The biggest complaint my students had was that in the contemporary economic world of comic books very rarely is a single issue self-contained, so that when they picked up their random issue it was either the end of a multi-part story or the beginning of the next one. The different in approach was quite key to them in terms of their lack of enthusiasm for the current comics. However, one of the inherent problems of superhero comic books is having the hero fight a different super villain every single issue and the multi-issue approach allows for more of an epic feel to the what is going on.

The comic book is currently scripted by J. Michael Straczynski, drawn by John Romita, Jr., and inked by Scott Hanna. The current version of "The Amazing Spider-Man" can be considered as postmodern not simply because it is Volume 2, but because it is decidedly self-referential. This is true not only in a blatantly self-promoting ways (unveiled references to what a "Spider-Man" movie would be like), but in an appropriate historical way. A recent issue (#45/#486) has Spider-Man concluding a battle with Doctor Octopus and being buried under a pile of rubble; the scene recalls what I consider the greatest of the Stan Lee-Steve Ditko stories which concluded in issue #33 "The Final Chapter" with Spider-Man trapped under tons of fallen steel. Just like the film, which invoked specific cover shots, such as John Romita, Sr.'s first issue #39, this is a comic book that is aware of itself as a comic book and of its history as a comic book.

The artwork by Romita shows a bit more flair than what we were used to from his father, although Sr. is still second only to Gene Colan in drawing the women of Spider-Man's world. Of course, by the time you read this all of these people could be long gone, but this is one of the flagship comics of the Marvel line, even more so today. At its best, Spider-Man can be as good as suepr hero comic books can get. Of course, now I have to track down back issues so I have a fuller understanding of what all is going on, but collecting things and tracking them down is part of the fun. Besides, we are but a year away from issue #500. ... Read more


85. Don Diva Magazine
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Catlog: Magazine
Publisher: Don Diva Entertainment
Sales Rank: 2616
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86. Scratch
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Catlog: Magazine
Publisher: Harris Publications
Sales Rank: 1246
Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars Bout Time
If you are into music production from a hip hop stand point, dont sleep on this mag. All the questions that us up and coming producer have will be answered in the mag. I got the first two issues and it was money well spent. Lets face it, Source and Vibe a artist based. Plus they are big time now so half of the mag is full of ads and bull Sh--. Not this one. Before you go out a buy that 3,000 mpc that everybody says you need, flip this Scratch mag open and see what people in the bussiness have to say.
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87. Fangoria

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Publisher: Starlog Press
Sales Rank: 642
Average Customer Review: 4.29 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars best horror magazine ever!
Fangoria always has and always will be the greatest horror magazine around. Terrific on the set previews of the latest films, retrospectives on classic films ,dvd reviews and always dependable for bloody photo's from your favorite movies.

5-0 out of 5 stars Above and beyond: 10 Stars in my book!
I don't have a subscription, and I probably never will. So, why am I writing a positive review about a magazine I am not willing to get a subscription to? Well, the fact is, I prefer going to my local bookstore and picking up a nice fresh copy of Fangoria, minus the mailing tag on the front cover. It seems like an anal decision, but, to me, I have to have a magazine that is flawless in it's appearance, so that I can read it once over, utilize it for future information and place it in a protective magazine cover to store in with my collection.

It's been years since I first picked up my first copy of Fangoria, lying my trust in this fantastic magazine which brings to me reviews, upcoming film information and loads of information to add to my film-knowledge database. Over the years, I have seen up-and-coming individuals in the horror film genre make (and occasionally break) a name for themselves.

It is definately true that horror is the genre which appeals to the greatest audience out of all genres. People WANT to be scared, they want to see inside the mind of a serial killer, they want to watch a long-dead family member rise from the grave to seek out revenge for their murder. Who can argue against this fact? No one! Sure, it's a social generalization, and there are some people who don't watch any horror films, but, when it comes down to it, people seek out extreme emotions, and fear is one of the most sought after out of them all. In turn, Fangoria gives us the information we need to seek out the mainstream horror films, such as "Nightmare on Elmstreet" and "Halloween", but it also supplies us with indie films like "Donnie Darko" and "Devil's Backbone".

While working at Suncoast Motion Picture, I would OFTEN use Fangoria to seek out specific films to stock in my store and recommend to devoted customers. I would collect film after film, myself, and have created a library of horror films that many would be envious of. Have you ever seen "Devil's Backbone" or "Flesh for the Beast"? Probably because you haven't read about them in the best horror magazine availble on the market today.

Fangoria is for the horror lover, as well as those seeking added information on the genre which tops them all!

5-0 out of 5 stars THE horror movie magazine for the ages.
I grew up reading Fangoria, when I could sneak it past my parents, that is. Fangoria Magazine has a total respect for the genere of horror that comes shinning through with every article. Now you are not always going to agree with everything they say, but you can always expect them to be honest. When a horror icon is not performing up to snuff, like Stephen King or John Carpenter, they will be the first to point out the errors and flaws. Fangoria also has the Chainsaw Awards, where you can mail in your vote for best horror movie, actor, ect, and you can also submit a name for Horror Hall of Fame (my guy has yet to win it). They also spot light horror films that would normaly fly under the radar of most people; like the Japanese and Italian horrors (wow, they can make some splatter flicks), and more independent films that wouldn't be showing at the mainstream theater. And they have pictures. All the blood and guts you can imagine in beautiful color (though they have become more tame compared to what it was in the '80s). This is just a great magazine to have if your a horror fan, I whole heartedly recomend it.

1-0 out of 5 stars To Fang Or Not To Fang...
Around my neck of the woods, we don't have a high supply of horror genre magazines, so when you see one, you'd better grab it.
While I was at the store doing my weekly shopping the other day, I was strolling down the magazine isle to see what they had. Low and behold they had a Fangoria! There was only one, so I just HAD to buy it. After all, I had heard so much about this magazine, and with that, I dropped it in my cart, and thought, if I liked it, I would shell out the bucks to sign up for a subscription.

No!

I was highly disappointed. It was the worst investment I have ever made. I know, I know, many of you are going to completely disagree with me. That is ok. Really. I keep telling myself, maybe I just got a weak issue, maybe it really doesn't suck this bad. Maybe I'm just to loyal to our Canadian made Rue Morgue mag. None the les I read it....

*yawn*

Really it bored me to death. I dislike their layout, you don't get much for you buck. This magazine leaves me with the feeling that there is much chaos and disorder in this office.They don't really suck you in, grab you and hold your attention in my opinion. The only section that I DID like was the "Video Chopping List". I urge you, if you have never purchased this mag before, leaf through it before you buy it. The decision is totally up to you whether you purchase it or not, but I'm sticking to my Rue!

5-0 out of 5 stars Classic movie mag
Fangoria has always been the first rate magazine for horror movie freaks. Nothing else comes close: if you're in love with horror movies look no further-this mag has been out for over twenty years! ... Read more


88. Filter
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Catlog: Magazine
Publisher: Ont Assn Of Med Radiation Tech
Sales Rank: 417
Average Customer Review: 3 out of 5 stars
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2-0 out of 5 stars Bad Writing Prevails
Filter magazine covers good bands (for the most part) and sometimes has nice photos and presentation, but the writing is often beyond pretentious, and often has more to do with the writer than the actual bands they are interviewing. For example, they had an interview with Robin Guthrie from the Cocteau Twins, but first there was a whole long intro in which the writer explained how he got laid once to a Cocteau Twins album - who cares. Then they had an article on Death Cab for Cutie in which half the article consisted of the writer expressing his jealousy that Death Cab were getting laid when he wasn't. Another article on Doves was more concerned with the Hacienda club in Manchester than the band, just because they played there once and the writer happened to go there once. Filter once interviewed Bright Eyes' Conor Oberst, arguably one of the best songwriters of his generation, and actually asked him if he'd ever date Winona Ryder - how insulting. For an article on Hot Hot Heat they devoted a whole page to interviewing the musical director of LA's KROQ radio station about why they played Hot Hot Heat, when maybe a paragraph would have sufficed. For a recent cover story the put The Strokes and Lou Reed in a room together. Sounds great, right? Unfortunately, they were hardly any quotes from either The Strokes or Lou Reed. Most of the article consisted of the author's pretentious musings on what the meeting of the two artists meant and so forth. Most of the reviews are positive, and that's because Filter is also a marketing company that's paid by the labels of the very artists that they review. I'm not saying that there aren't good things to be found in this magazine. I'd certainly rather read it than Spin, Rolling Stone or Alternative Press. But then there are definitely other music magazines I'd rather read, like Mojo and especially Under the Radar. Filter's motto is "Good Music Will Prevail." It's too bad that in the pages of the magazine bad writing prevails.

4-0 out of 5 stars Pick it up, love it. Read about what music is today.
Of all the glossy, coffee table-ready music magazines out there, this is by far the best. A little thinner than say a Q or Spin, but that's good since there are less annoying advertisements taking up half of the magazine. The articles are honest and intelligent, without taking things too seriously. The bands they choose to review are also along the same lines, and are often reviewed before to mass media hype or superstardom. But they do review the more established music darlings like Radiohead and David Bowie, but in a way that's fresh and not they same article you've read 5 times before in other glossies. So get your artists while they're young and apreciate the ones that have been around the block a few times a whole lot better.
If you get a music magazine subscription this year, get Filter. I swear you won't be dissapointed. They're also fairly new, so please support newbie in the world of mass mosters like Rollingstone and Spin. ... Read more


89. Pop Star
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Asin: B00007JXIB
Catlog: Magazine
Publisher: Biograph Communications
Sales Rank: 628
Average Customer Review: 4.22 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars The Best Teen Magazine Ever!
POPSTAR! has been my favorite magazine for a long time because in every single issue, I end up finding pictures and articles on every star that I am interested in, and also some newcomers. They always have good words and pictures on Lindsay Lohan, Hilary Duff, Ashton Kutcher, Chad Michael Murray, Justin Timberlake, Raven, Jessica Simpson, Avril Lavigne, Aaron Carter, Britney Spears, Good Charlotte, Simple Plan, Adam Brody, Olsen Twins, Jesse McCartney, Greg Raposo, Orlando Bloom, Usher, Harry Potter cast...I could go on and on and on. My room is half devoted to their cool pinups and posters. They have good fashion stuff, funny pictures, fun games...big shout-out to my aunt for subscribing me four years ago. I just love this magazine. I don't like the other celebrity magazines because they're more racy and have less "stuff" LOL. I would say this is my #1 favorite magazine. I also like COSMOGIRL! and I sort of like GL. Thank you for the opportunity to express myself. If you're reading this, Chad, you rock.

5-0 out of 5 stars Best mag ever
They have some of the coolest pop stars in the business i've been begging to get a subscription for almost a year I bought every issue this year except one it is the BEST MAGAZINE EVER
Don't hesitate to buy it in fact get a two year subscription
popstar gets the news first ALWAYS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

5-0 out of 5 stars STAR STRUCK!
Okay, I don't care if you are a guy or a girl you will all love this magazine! I don't care what the others say! This does have life stories (embarrassing moments and things like that) They even include the stars in those. Also they have fasion tips and horoscopes (the horoscopes are more for the girls though).Also they give you advice on great CDs and movie that are out there! You learn all about what the star are up to and there are tons of cool contests. I really love all the pictures and posters. I also love that they talk about stars that aren't the biggest names yet like Stevie Brock, Chris Trousdale, Jesse McCartney, and Greg Raposo(just to name a few!) This magazine has it all and I absoulutly love it! I have NEVER missed an issue!

5-0 out of 5 stars YEAH!!!! ITS THE BEST!!!!
i love pop star it has really good picks and always has posters of the hottest boy stars RANR!

5-0 out of 5 stars Popstar Magazine a plus for me!!
Okay, I've read most of the reviews and okay, they don't like it, they do like it, they don't like, they do, it's their opion, not yours!! And this is my opinion, I like it!! In the magazine, you get the latest and well kinda greatest info on your favorite popstars such as: Avril, Simple Plan, Hilary Duff, Kelly Clarkson, Good Charlotte, Jessica Simpson and sooo much more!! The March 2004 issue, I didn't really like because, there's not enough DUFF!! WE WANT DUFF, WE WANT DUFF!! And for the people that doesn't like Hilary Duff, then well excuse me for liking her gosh!! Kiss my butt!! HAHAHAHA, just kiddin' about kissin. In each issue you'll recieve 4 great posters of your fave celebs/popstars. I like that part, and oh there's a ton of contests you can enter and win the greatest stuff, like autograph pictures, and cool fan stuff. I'm not the kind of contest entering person, but they look really awesome. About the posters, well there's actually more than 4 in the issue I got, and who knows about the next!! I think Popstar Magazine is such a cool one. Oh and I think Justin and Britney are kinda nasty!! No offense to their fans!! :) When you look through the sections of this magazine you'll see the: Pinups and Posters section, Staples section (have no clue what that ment though), Gossip section, Cover section, Movies section, Music section, TV section, Fasion & Beauty section, and last but not least LOL!! (meaning:hahahahahaha, laugh out loud) I hope my review helped you with your decision of this magazine. I feel sorry if you don't check it out. I recommend get it at Barnes and Nobles or Borders!! They have a huge selections of great magazines. Oh, so if you buy a magazine there, I think it would be like 4.99 for one. Subscriptions: 19.99 (the usual) Happy reading!! ... Read more


90. Soaps In Depth - Cbs
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Asin: B00005OM4U
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Publisher: Heinrich Bauer North America
Sales Rank: 1092
Average Customer Review: 2 out of 5 stars
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2-0 out of 5 stars Very average
Ok, the secret is out... I'm a closet soap opera fan. I watch As The World Turns and Guiding Light regularly, and occasionally All My Children. This magazine is ideal for someone who's a casual viewer and only follows one network. The writing is that great, although it isn't bad, per se. It's just very elementary. Other magazines about soaps have more intelligent critiques of acting and stories. The "spoilers" aren't as good as in other magazines, either, and the recaps aren't as up to date as in SOD or SPW. Overall, for what it costs, I'd say just get Soap Opera Digest or Soap Opera Weekly. It's a bit better than Soap Opera Update, though, which is why I gave it 2 stars as opposed to 1. ... Read more


91. Daily Variety
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Asin: B00024N11O
Catlog: Magazine
Publisher: Reed Business Information
Sales Rank: 2753
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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Daily newspaper for the entertainment business.
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5-0 out of 5 stars Essential reading
Everyone who's serious about show business reads Daily Variety. It is the trade paper you find on every agent's and every producer's and every studio executive's desk. As a writer, you might possibly not need it, but if you're at all interested in the workings of the industry, you need a subscription. ... Read more


92. Eq

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Publisher: Cmp Information Inc
Sales Rank: 835
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Magazine for the project recording and sound industry. Includes feature articles, interviews, recording artist tour information, technique and workshop information, product reviews, and featured columns relevant to music recording.
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93. Soap Opera Digest
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Catlog: Magazine
Publisher: Primedia Magazines
Sales Rank: 1858
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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Filled with previews and reviews and all the behind-the-scene scoops and interviews with the stars.
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5-0 out of 5 stars my favorite soap opera magazine
I love this magazine because it has up to date information and tongue in cheek sections like "Tackiest Weddings"

5-0 out of 5 stars the best
of all the soap magazines this one is the best & I have received all of them. It had great information and lets you know what will be happening not some that happened a week ago. If you want to read a soap magazine get this one.

4-0 out of 5 stars Good Read
since the Young&The Restless is my favorite Soap this Magazine provides a cool glimpse into the coming week or weeks ahead on things.they have a cool overview on topics with the people in the casts&changes that occur.a cool read for all your favorite soaps.

5-0 out of 5 stars Great way to get up to date on all your favorite soaps
I'm a working shlub, so most of the time I don't get to see my favorite soaps.Yes, I said my favorite soaps.My name is Patrick and I like watching soap operas.*gosh that was harder than I thought*.I grew up with soaps because of my mother and during summers and breaks, it was very easy to get back into them.So, I've latched on to a few I like (As The World Turns being my favorite), but I work.This makes it hard to stay on top of what is going on on various show, or when to expect momentous storylines to come to fruition.Fortunately, there's "Soap Opera Digest".It has a lot of nice feature stories for when I have more time, but it also has a lot of 'quick hit' sections that can bring up to date on what's going on with every show.There's a late-breaking news section to announce major cast changes or future landmark storylines.A 'VCR Alert' section gives upcoming dates on each show that will have major plot developments.There's a 'coming and going' section to keep me up to date on what's happening with the constantly revolving casts.Finally, there's a comprehensive recap section for each show reviewing the past week's events, while also providing teasers about future storylines.Yeah, I'm a dork and readily admit that I like soaps.Thanks to this magazine, I can always keep up to date on them.

4-0 out of 5 stars Good Value for the Money
Look, if you are a hardcore soap fan, this magazine will provide you with a ton of information about what's about to happen on your soaps week to week. Given that the newsstand cost is $3.50 per issue, this annual subscription rate is not bad at all. I actually check out both SOD and Soap Opera Weekly. If I had to choose between the two of them, I think I would get Soap Opera Weekly. But if you like and can afford both, you should. ... Read more


94. Index Magazine
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Asin: B00007E9T0
Catlog: Magazine
Publisher: Index Magazine
Sales Rank: 837
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars Really quite brilliant
I've been reading Index for about four years, and it's pretty much the only subscription I look forward to each month (and I have at least a dozen subscriptions). They have an intelligent, conversational tone to their interviews, as they get absolutely the most interesting people to ask the questions. Their taste is impeccable, too. They've turned me on to writers, musicians, filmmakers, even architects! This is what Interview magazine must have been like in their heyday of the 1970s. Also, the photography is fantastic.

When Daniel Day Lewis did his only interview in years, to promote Gangs of New York, he granted it to Index, a magazine he says he loves. Vanity Fair and US were fuming mad.

I really can't recommend Index enough, either. ... Read more


95. Onion
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Asin: B00006KREC
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Publisher: Onion Inc
Sales Rank: 744
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars One Of The Best Things Out There!!!
the onion is really great. i've never read an issue that didn't crack me up. it's the news with a comical twist. i could always pick up a free copy in nyc but i just subscribe to it because it's totally worth it.

5-0 out of 5 stars Funny and More
The Onion is famous for its current-events and popular culture satires, which are consistently spot-on. The brash sense of humor and subtle insights into the personalities and issues being addressed makes this magazine worth its admittedly hefty subscription rate. The magazine contains more material than the website, so you definitely want to get your hot little hands on the paper edition.

But the humor isn't even the largest part of the magazine, just the front. The Onion A.V. Club takes up most of each issue, with in-depth articles on current movies, music, books, personalities, and more. It has a distinctly New York-oriented bent, as given away by things like concert listings for NYC, but most of it is applicable to the avant-garde and the hip-n-happening nationwide.

This magazine is an emblem of its age. Get it, read it, study it, and inject it directly into your bloodstream. Then you'll never wonder what's REALLY going on in the world around you again.

5-0 out of 5 stars GREAT
This is the funniest thing i have ever read. It makes fun of everything and is great.

5-0 out of 5 stars The Best Journalistic Satire Ever Put To Paper
When the satire in MAD Magazine™ ain't quite doin' the trick, I turn to The Onion™'s unbelievably hilarious write-ups that take shots at just about everything & everybody you can imagine. From the complex intricacies of geek culture (Nate Orenstam's Op-Ed "Who Says Java Programmers Don't Have A Sense of Humor?"), "local" stories ("Church Group Offers Homosexual New Life In Closet"), and world events ("India's Top Physicists Develop Plan To Get The Hell Out of India"), no one is safe from the satirical wrath and wit of this weekly publication! Offtimes, just the titles of the articles alone (like "Adam Sandler Fans Disappointed By Intelligent, Nuanced Performance") send me into fits of barely-controllable laughter (My personal fave: "Special Olympics Tee-Ball Stand Pitches Perfect Game")! And funnier still is the fact that some folks and governmental agencies from around the world have read some of these fine little bits of journalistic parody and mistook them for actual news pieces!

If you wish to see a preview of what you can expect from "America's Finest News Source"™, check out the online edition at TheOnion.com. But just so you know, the web site features only part of the content that's available in the corresponding print edition. If you wanna get it all, you're gonna hafta subscribe...

Fair warning: the content of most Onion articles tend to be of an adult nature in content and language. Strongly recommended for mature readers only!

'Late ... Read more


96. Comic Buyers Guide
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Publisher: Krause Publishers
Sales Rank: 336
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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4-0 out of 5 stars More meaty than Wizard
While sections like "Longbox Manifesto" and "Ask Mr. Silver Age" will certainly appeal to long-time comic book lovers, CBG is a magazine that, month-in and month-out, will contain new and fresh news and stories that you more-than-likely didn't read elsewhere.The comic book and graphic novels reviewed each month are more than just Marvel and DC books, too, which is nice.

Wheras Wizard simply regurgitates the same news found on the various comic book sites online, Comics Buyers Guide is refreshingly new.

4-0 out of 5 stars It's Wizard for the more discerning reader
When Comics Buyers Guide was a weekly tabloid, it appealed mainly to the hardcore comic book collector. Now that it has switched to a monthly format, delivering a healthy 244+ pages/issue, it has evolved into a dual-purpose magazine, still meeting the collector's needs while offering much more content for the discerning comic book reader and/or fan.

While Wizard is very good at what it does, hyping the latest Marvel and DC projects while offering a glimpse at the world beyond the big two - and the fanboys justifiably love it for that reason - Comics Buyers Guide offers meatier content and covers a much wider range of comics, with actual reviews as opposed to PR hype and creator-driven spin. Also, their price guide is more realistic, and thorough, than Wizard's seemingly hype-driven guide.

If you have to choose between them, Comics Buyers Guide is the one you want on a monthly basis.

5-0 out of 5 stars How to get immersed in comics-buying culture!
This weekly publication is a great way to dive into the culture of the comics-buying world.The letters page is several pages long, often written by incredibly knowledgable and insightful readers.Also included are lots of reviews, articles on the industry and upcoming creative news, informative/interesting/entertaining columnists, convention guides, publication schedules, and classifieds.Content ranges from the beginnings of comic book history all the way to what's happening a year from now.Definitely a highlight of my week; often I read this before I read the comics I just bought.This comes from a publisher whose primary focus has been on collecting (coins, stamps, records, etc.)Trustworthy and entertaining! ... Read more


97. Flute Talk

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Asin: B00007AXEL
Catlog: Magazine
Publisher: Instrumentalist Co
Sales Rank: 2705
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98. Church Pianist
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Catlog: Magazine
Publisher: Lorenz Corporation
Sales Rank: 2552
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99. Cristina La Revista
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Publisher: Editorial Televisa
Sales Rank: 736
Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars
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3-0 out of 5 stars A good Spanish language magazine-3 1/2 stars.
This is quite a good Spanish language magazine that covers a variety of subject material. It will attract those who are looking for a little of everything health, beauty, relationship & fashion tips. There is plenty of coverage on the Latin"farandula". Meaning Latinos who are in the spotlight - music & television favorites. There are a few columns for example letters to the editor and people seeking advise on a more personal level . My favorite section is the tips on what books are popular and suggested literature. Overall it's not a bad magazine for easy reading and if you purchase it month to month you certainly have the option of buying it or not depending on what attracts you. I personally found the magazine a bit busy. There appears to be no clear structure and a well laid out magazine in my opinion is always nicer to read. The paper quality is excellent and the magazine is just the right size. It has the right amount of detail on a monthly basis. It's worthy if this is the type of information that you are looking for in a magazine. I much prefer the magazine over the TV show.

4-0 out of 5 stars Cristina, la reina de la tele
This woman's magazine, put out by talk show queen Cristina, will be appreciated by those who watch Spanish-language television, as it concentrates on the stars of the telenovelas, the news anchors, and the singers that appear on the music shows.
It also has some articles on Hollywood celebrities, and as an example, my latest issue has a piece on Esai Morales, and another on Spanish director Pedro Almodóvar, and the actors he has used in his films, like Antonio Banderas.

Also included in this issue is a good measure of gossip, lots of bikini-clad starlets (Hispanic TV has a lot of visible skin), "Gloria Trevi, Inc.", about how Trevi's scandals have created a lucrative industry, "Las Botanas del Verano" for some yummy recipes, and one of the fashion features is "Piernas que Deslumbran", on how to take care of your legs so they will look attractive in those skimpy skirts.
"Playas Mexicanas" is a wonderful look at Mexico's most beautiful vacation spots, and a regular column is "Querida Cristina", where advice is given.

Cristina Saralegui was born in Havana, Cuba, came to the U.S. in 1960, and was raised in Miami, FL. Her charismatic personality, and terrific interviews have made her program the # 1 talk show in Latin America. The layout of this magazine is a bit of a jumble for my taste, but will appeal to the young and energetic; the paper quality good, and though the audience for this publication is fairly narrow, it covers a lot of ground. ... Read more


100. Doctor Who
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Asin: B00006KC0G
Catlog: Magazine
Publisher: Marvel Comics Limited
Sales Rank: 2430
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars More than a fan mag - more than a TV show!
If you are a fan of the world of Doctor Who, you can not go wrong subscribing. Past,present, and future issues are covered on a regular basis. The magazine has in depth articles regarding its history and those who played a role in it.Each issue also comes with an animated comic of the current Doctor(in COLOR even!) and very professionally done. There are reviews on every new product including DVDs, CDs,Books, and Audio Dramas. Once a year there is a FREE CD issue that includes an exclusive audio drama from Big Finish Productions. There are very humorous and enlightening editorials in each issue. All spin off series are covered as well (i.e. Bernice Summerfield, Faction Paradox, etc. ).

Overall the magazines visuals are excellent. They have the largest library of exclusive Dr. Who photos on Earth.

The only thing that I can complain about is the price - I could buy a lot of the books for this price. But where else are you going to get such extensive coverage? Cheap fan mags are okay, but this goes far beyond!

And for those of you who have not kept up with Dr. Who - it is no longer 'just' a tv show - it is a genre. ... Read more


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