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    1. Anime Insider

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    Asin: B00008WERO
    Catlog: Magazine
    Publisher: Wizard Entertainment
    Sales Rank: 110
    Average Customer Review: 4.64 out of 5 stars
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    4-0 out of 5 stars Fun (and funny) stuff!
    I've read several anime publications, and this one is my favorite. Not only is it a good news bulletin of upcoming DVD releases, manga, game, and toy news, I enjoy the injokes built into the magazine by the editing staff. I like the sort of smarty-pants style the articles are written in--this staff is obviously made up of die hard anime fans who love their work, but it's written with an eye to the beginning fan as well. The Battle Royale feature is what made me pick up the mag in the first place! Totally fun. Take this to your local coffeehouse, sit and read in the corner and snicker to yourself; that's my favorite way to read it!

    5-0 out of 5 stars This mag's got it all!
    This magazine's got something for everyone, whether you're new to anime or are a long-time fan. Besides simply reviewing and covering the latest anime news and shows, however, they cram a lot of hilarious and creative articles into the mix, making for eclectic but fun sections, like cool anime deaths and battle royals. They've got a good mix with the regular features too, like showing new anime merchandise for me to buy, or cosplay photos and lessons on Japanese culture and interviews! My favorite part is their off-the-wall humor, and reading their captions and funny word balloons alone is worth my money (check out the other mags' prices!). These guys not only know their stuff, but love it, too-and they make me and all my friends rediscover our love for anime with every fun new issue.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Love My Anime Insider
    It's a great magazine for any type of anime fan. Whether you are just getting into it, or have already reached obsession levels. It give you plenty of information on not only Anime that is being released here in the US, but what's hot in Japan too. If your looking for a new series to get into, then this magazine is a great one to pick up, it can probably suggest several an issue.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Way cool!
    This magazine is amazingly funny, and I never can wait for the next issue to come out. It has a lot of pictures, and many descriptions too. It has a section that has a picture of what a show would look like if it were manga! It also has manga samples in the magazine. I love this magazine, and I think you should buy it. I mean, look at the price! Oh, but be warned. This magazine has some curse words so I don't suggest it for kids under 10. The words do add to a lot of the humor, though.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Tee Hees out the Wazu!
    I have to get my anime fix, and this is how I get it. I spend ten bucks a month on NT for serious anime reviews, and this for the sheer hilarity. Their little bubble captions, and how they cleverly weave humor into their magazine, and it is done with a bang. I was also very impresssed at how much they told me about what was coming out when. They gave a complete list of EVERY manga, DVD, and game coming out in the following consecutive months, and had nice reviews (I bought Technolyze by strong recommendations from both NT and AI), written in. Very funny, and kept me laughing for a long time. Even my 12-year-old sister read it and liked it! Highly recommended by the biggest tight wad in anime. And that's really saying something. ... Read more


    2. Knitters

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    Asin: B00006KL9R
    Catlog: Magazine
    Publisher: Xrx Inc
    Sales Rank: 689
    Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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    5-0 out of 5 stars Always has something
    I've been knitting most of my life and have subscribed to this magazine for over 4 years. Each issue has a theme--cable patterns, stripes, unisex sweaters, colors, knitting for children, etc. I find that even if the theme doesn't interest me, the magazine is always worth perusing. Each issue includes a "how to" section that will satisfy even the most experienced knitters. Articles have covered knitting in darts, reversible cables, and several aspects of designing. Recently the magazine was improved by listing yarn weights as well as the original yarns used in the patterns, which makes substitutions much easier. Most of the patterns are sweaters in classic styles with a few modern designs thrown in. While not in every issue, there have been many children's sweaters included. Issues often include other items, such as hats, scarves, shawls, Christmas ornaments & decorations, purses, socks, gloves and mittens. The magazine has also featured several "great American afghans," providing a few block designs in each magazine. This is no granny-square afghan pattern. All patterns I have tried have been easy to follow, providing both written instructions and graphs.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Knitting Know-How at its best
    While sometimes the designs in this knitting magazine are a bit wacky, the knitting know-how and articles on the craft are great. Even better, the photos, which are absolutely incredible. The new editor, Rick Mondragon, has come into his own and produced some really fine issues with many exciting projects small and large to knit. And Knitters sponsors the annual Stitches East, West, and (maybe still) Midwest conventions, where you can meet the designers, take classes and buy yarn at the Market. It's almost a cult. ... Read more


    3. Burda Moden

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    Asin: B00007AVU1
    Catlog: Magazine
    Publisher: Verlag Aenne Burda
    Sales Rank: 1111
    Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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    5-0 out of 5 stars Best in Europe
    Burda fashion magazine is considered the best in its category in Europe.
    They sell monthly editions in england, france, spain, germany, russia, check republic...and more.
    Each magazine includes the patterns for all the clothes shown, and they cover classic clothes, more fashionable ones, children, young, plus sizes in each number.
    You'll also find special clothes like sport, men, festive, summer now and then. For example you can get night dresses in the december issue or bride gowns in April issue, and swimsuits in summer.

    Each number includes some sewing ideas for the home, cooking recipes, some knittings, beauty reports...the magazine is very complete.

    But the top of all are the patterns, because they are excellent. Their fitting is considered the best. And their pants are wonderful, they fit very well but are totally confortable to sit or move. Even Mrs Betzina recomends them.

    They also sell special numbers along the year or single patterns. You can even buy "made to meassure" patterns from them. If you want to see the contents of each number before buying or complete info about their services visit www.burdamoden.com
    The page its in german but soon will come also in english and spanish.

    5-0 out of 5 stars love it
    I have recently sent in a request to receive the magazine and can't wait for it to arrive. I used to subscribe a few years ago but fell out of sewing for a while. Every time I received the magazine I wondered why anyone pays for patterns. I also wonder why no American magazine will include even one pattern in it for clothing. Haven't had time to make many of the clothes, but like a fashion magazine it helps you shop! It is an extra step to trace patterns but so what, its free!
    Each pattern is rated for beginner through advanced, each has variations and clear pictures of what it looks like. Worth every penny.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Excellent sewing magazine
    This is an excellent magazine with sewing patterns provided for every model in it. Every issue contains several patterns for blouses, skirts, jackets, pants, dresses and children's clothing, in 4-5 sizes. The contents of the 12 issues follow the seasons, so the models are very versatile.
    There are also very helpful detailed step-by step explanations on how to sew. The level of difficulty varies, making sure that there are always a few simple patterns for those that are just beginning to learn.
    One may also look for Burda's special magazines such as "Blouses, Skirts, Trousers", "Burda Kids' Fashions", "Burda Plus" and "Burda Petite Fashions".

    5-0 out of 5 stars Who Needs to Buy Patterns Anymore?.....
    I have been getting this magazine for almost 14 years now. It is one of the most interesting fashion magazines and the most fun. Not only do you get to keep up on fashion, but you actually get the patterns to make almost everything that is in the magazine!

    I have found Burda patterns to be better fitting, more stylish, and often more practical than many of the paper patterns I have purchased in the store, although I still buy patterns now and then for specific styles. I usually will consult Burda first before buying any patterns from the US companys in the sewing stores.

    Each issue of Burda comes with between 40-60 patterns in it for clothing in different ranges. Every month comes with misses sizes from anywhere from size 10 (american) to size 18 (american). The sizing is written up as European, but translated nicely for Americans to use as well. I find it easy to follow.

    There is always a section for plus sized women with decent styles in it for women.

    A few times a year there are men's patterns for everything from pants to coats.

    There are patterns every month for youth from infant to teen girls.

    Each month has trendy features, practical every day patterns, urban focus patterns, and there is always a themed pattern from folklore,bikers,African safari, to western American. The change of location and fashion focus is refreshing. Photography is usually quite fun too.

    Burda is printed in Germany, and often features European designers. There is an opportunity to have readers design a pattern and it might get printed in an issue. That is usually my favorite section. I find the readers to be very innovative and the patterns they include are most interesting and fun to make.

    There is a craft section which is often not too great, in my opinion. They used to have recipes which I used to love, but that has disappeared- for now, anyway. I hope that they will come back again.

    For $5.00 a month, if you can discipline yourself to take a few extra minutes to trace out the patterns from the centerfold pattern papers, you can have practically any kind of pattern that you might need in a year's time. They are cut well, and run pretty true to size, depending on the style, of course.

    The seam allowances do have to be added onto the pieces after they are traced out. I do this by eye when I cut out the pieces.. The pattern pieces for each pattern are color coded making it easy to trace them to tissue paper. With a little time invested to learn the method (which is very easy), I have enjoyed every single pattern that I have made from this magazine, and I have made a lot of them.

    If you do not have the opportunity to make something from every issue, you have still only spent $5 on the magazine for that month, which is as much as most other magazines you might just throw away.

    Comes in a plastic bag, which I love and shows up at the end of the month previous to that dated on the issue. In other words, March's issue will show up the last day or two of February. It is translated in England and sent to the New Jersey distribution center where it is mailed out to US customers.

    I have been very happy with this magazine, and it is the only magazine I have consistently subscribed to (it is my bday present every year) without stopping for that long. It is just so much fun to see what styles are coming through Europe and know that I can make most of them if I feel like it right from the magazine!

    5-0 out of 5 stars What an addition to your Pattern Library!
    I vote strongly in favor of Burda Moden pattern magazine. I sew a great deal, particularly wearable art, and use both original and commerical patterns. I like having fashion news, pattern updates, the actual patterns, and sewing technique details all arriving at once. Yes, all the patterns are printed together, which means tracing off your selection - which is a good idea for conservation of any sewing pattern. That huge sheet will never fold back up into the magazine - I bag both the originial pattern sheet and the periodical in a large ziplock bag. I agree that Burda is easier for the experienced sewer, but all can learn to add seam allowances or a clever new technique. The ideas presented are numerous and the patterns immediately accessible. In addition, I find Burda patterns to fit well and to offer more fitting solutions (explained) than our domestic companies. And for those who treasure their pattern libraries, having a magazine of actual patterns arrive, and not just advertisements for same, is very satisfying. ... Read more


    4. Magic Crochet

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    Asin: B00006KMMH
    Catlog: Magazine
    Publisher: Editions De Saxe
    Sales Rank: 894
    Average Customer Review: 3.26 out of 5 stars
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    Reviews (19)

    5-0 out of 5 stars lost shippments
    Hi,
    this is not review, it's more question for Customer Support Service. I send you check for subscription for next year in April. My check #077 was dated April,23,2003 and it was cashed in May 2003, but I never got new numbers.If you had time to cash my check I would think that is not unrealistic to expect to get in mail my subscribed numers of Magic Chrochet which would be for months of August and October, I think that I got June's number (because my subscribtion was expiring in June). I hope this is going to be solved very soon. I hope it's just a mistake of someone in shipping and that very soon I will enjoy my paid new numbers. I really enjoy doing staff from Magazine, it is easy to follow paterns and over a couple years that I am subscribed to magazine I have made quite a few very nice pieces, as well as ones that I gave away as a gifts.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Old issue
    Hi,I am looking for Dec 89 #63 of the magic crochet magazine. If anyone has one and would like to sell it. Please email me at uds48@ comcast.net.
    The problem I had w/ the magazine was that i would get double issues. So I stoped ordering them.

    1-0 out of 5 stars Consider Myself Warned
    I ran across some old issues of this magazine and was quite impressed. Thought I would subscribe if it was still available. After reading so many laments about the subscription service, have decided I don't need the headache. Too bad, a really nice magazine and no local availability. Just wondering......IS ANYBODY LISTENING?????

    1-0 out of 5 stars Thanks for the Warnings!
    From the reviews I've read here, it seems that the publishers really screw up with subscriptions. Thanks for the warnings - if I want a copy, I'll purchase it at a crafts store instead of subscribing. Thanks to all who arote about problems with subscriptions, you helped make up my mind about ordering.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Love the Magazine, Hate the Subscription Service
    I have been subscribing to Magic Crochet for many years. I have the 1st issue up to #132 and a few more out of sequence after 132. The subscription service is horrible. They bill for magazines already paid for. You can send copies of your check, it's never aknowledged. They just keep sending more bills. Before you get a magazine or two, they are billing you again. I sent a check Nov 2003 and have yet to get the mag. It's now Mar 2004. How do we get their attention? They have no website or email address that I can find. Any requests to them are on deaf ears. What's wrong with these people? With such a great mag, why won't they provide better service and accounting? Guess I will have to resort to purchasing used mags. I've lived here for 20 years so it can't be that. HELP US CONTACT THEM.
    Thanks,
    MLR ... Read more


    5. Interior Design
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    Asin: B00006KIP8
    Catlog: Magazine
    Publisher: Reed Business Information
    Sales Rank: 678
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    Articles, commentary, business profiles, interviews, thematic issues, trade shows, news and legislative notes aimed at America's top commercial design firms and architects; offices, residential, hotels/motels, restaurants, and retail stores.
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    6. Digital Photo Pro

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    Asin: B0000VUNEW
    Catlog: Magazine
    Publisher: Werner Publishing Corp
    Sales Rank: 107
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    7. Under The Radar

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    Asin: B0000DYF6Y
    Catlog: Magazine
    Publisher: Under The Radar
    Sales Rank: 331
    Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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    5-0 out of 5 stars Might be the best music magazine out there
    Under the Radar might be the best American music magazine around these days. The writing and photography is great, and the layout and overall quality of the mag just gets better with each issue. If you're into indie-rock then you're bound to love at least some of the bands they've covered, they seem to interview almost everybody. They squeeze so many amazing bands into each issue. My only complaint is that is doesn't come out more regularly.

    I've sampled a lot of indie-rock mags, and Under the Radar is definitely more ahead of the curve than indie magazines like Amplifier, Rockpile, Big Takeover, Resonance etc. (all worthy music mags) or than bigger mags like Rolling Stone, Spin, Filter, Blender etc. Most of my new favorite bands in the last year or two were discovered through Under the Radar, then a couple of months later I'd start reading about some of those bands in other music mags. Via Under the Radar I first discovered bands like The Thrills, The Sleepy Jackson, Mew, The Streets, Rilo Kiley, Clearlake, British Sea Power, Interpol, The Polyphonic Spree, The Dears, The Velvet Teen, Yeah Yeah Yeahs, TV On the Radio, Electrelane, Hot Hot Heat, Elbow, stellastarr*, The Shins, and the list goes on. Plus their articles on bigger bands are usually more in-depth than other US music mags. They've done great articles on Black Rebel Motorcycle Club, Spiritualized, Modest Mouse, Death Cab for Cutie, Belle & Sebastian, The Flaming Lips, Blur, Super Furry Animals, Bright Eyes, Ride, Badly Drawn Boy, Broken Social Scene, etc. etc. And they were the last magazine to interview Elliott Smith before he died because they were the only ones who bothered to track him down and catch up with him. The photography is usually great too. For ahwile I wasn't into the layout, but they've really improved on that with the last couple of issues. There are other music mags that I buy too, like Devil In the Woods, Magnet and Big Takeover, but Under the Radar is the one I trust the most. ... Read more


    8. Vogue Knitting International

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    Asin: B00070Q2VE
    Catlog: Magazine
    Publisher: Soho Publishers
    Sales Rank: 320
    Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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    4-0 out of 5 stars Depends on what you are looking for in a knitting mag
    I have been a long time subscriber to Vogue Knitting, it was one of the few US knitting magazines that had really fashionable knitting patterns. I am from Germany, where there are lots of knitting magazines with really chic patterns, I missed that when I moved to the US. However, I find that the content in Vogue Knitting really fluctuated - sometimes it was packed with great designs, sometimes, it was just too far out and there wasn't a single pattern I wanted to knit. I stopped my subscription for a while. Then the editor changed and now the magazine is somewhere in the middle - not too funky, yet still chic and fun. I still enjoy reading it every once in a while.

    After having my daughter, I changed my subscription to Family Circle Easy Knitting, since Vogue Knitting does not carry any patterns for babies or kids, which I really find a shame. I even wrote a letter to the editor saying that this was a major omission. Especially because it is very hard to find chic and elegant kids knits in magazines - not those acrylic yarn patterns with bears on them! The German magazines do a great job of having some unique, but still fun kids designs.

    If you want a very trendy knitting magazine that uses a whole range of yarns (some very expensive), then Vogue Knitting is the magazine for you. If you are looking for elegant knits that are more functional, but still challenging, I would suggest Interweave Knits and Rebecca (English version of a German magazine), both carry some really interesting and challenging patterns. If you have kids, there isn't much out there, I would suggest Family Circle Easy Knitting, also Rebecca does a kids issue once a year, which should not be missed!

    5-0 out of 5 stars The best knitting mag out there
    Being a fashion geek who loves to knit, for me, this magazine rises above all the rest. Like the previous reviewer, I wish they come out monthly rather than quarterly. It's a long 3 months til your next issue. Maybe Vogue wants to give you time to finish your knitting projects before giving you new ones.:)Nevertheless, it remains the most fashionable knitting mag around.

    1-0 out of 5 stars 5 stars for Vogue Knitting, the magazine...
    plus about negative 6 for Magazine Express!Ordered through Amazon in May, and I have been calling M.E. with increasing frequency since early Sept.Every two weeks, now, I'm promised again that they've cleared things up with the publisher and my first issues are on their way.Email has gone unanswered by M.E.To date, neither magazine nor refund.

    4-0 out of 5 stars For fashionistas with needles, this is great
    I am not a fashionista (too tall, too heavy, not 20 years old.) But if I WERE once again a skinny college kid, I would be making many of the models from this highly fashionable knitting magazine.

    Vogue Knitting follows the trends from European runways so right now, thick knits are still in, and more daring items like dresses and halters. If you are a YUK (Young Urban Knitter) this is probably going to get you grabbing those needles.

    4-0 out of 5 stars The best out there
    Tons of interesting technique articles, and clearly written directions (with occasional typos).Naturally, the patterns specify super-expensive yarns, but enough guidance is given to make substitutions easy. There is a nice mix of classic and trendy patterns.This magazine would be perfect if it had more men's sweaters and kid's sweaters. ... Read more


    9. Communication Arts
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    Asin: B000071F95
    Catlog: Magazine
    Publisher: Communication Arts
    Sales Rank: 286
    Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars
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    Articles, technology reviews and resources, legal affairs, book reviews and available materials aimed at the professional artist.Occasional special issues and annuals on the subjects of photography, design, advertising and illustration.
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    5-0 out of 5 stars The only magazine that I keep back copies of!
    As a professional graphic designer and illustrator, I read a lot of the trade magazines, but Communication Arts is the only one I keep back copies of. I have had a subscription to this magazine since my art school days and I still look forward to receiving it in the mail. The magazine is beautifully designed with clean type and the feature articles are always interesting. It is well worth the cost of subscription. Just get it! You won't be sorry.

    4-0 out of 5 stars Important to know what you want
    If you are looking for a design mag with flip-through layouts or edgy underground images, this is probably not the publication for you. If you're on the search for pretty pictures and design inspiration, you'd probably like one or two of the annuals (i.e., Design, Illustration, Photography or Interactive), but not a whole subscription.

    Now then, if you don't mind reading and are looking for contemporary and practical insights into the world of commercial print design, CA comes highly recommended. Its value very nearly overshadows its cost, and if you can't afford it, it's well worth harassing family members for a gift subscription.

    5-0 out of 5 stars The essential tool for working commercial artists
    As a working illustrator and designer, I have been a subscriber to CA since 1983, and own copies that date back to my art school days in the late 70's. I consider this magazine an invaluable tool for maintaining an edge in the ever-changing commercial art market. Not only does CA provide in depth interviews with the top design agencies, illustrators, designers and photographers working today, but it helps me keep up to date with current trends in design.

    The five regular issues are great, but the three annuals that present a comprehensive gallery of the very best in photography, illustration, design and media for each year have provided me with untold inspiration, practical ideas for problem solving, and have helped me to strive for greater creativity. As a reference tool for style and trends, CA is always featuring the absolute best the market has to offer.

    Printed on heavy, gloss stock of near archival quality, every issue is a treasure that more than justifies the price. While each new issues serves as a benchmark for what is happening in the commercial art world, the old issues become time capsules that never seem to loose their appeal. I still delight in reviewing articles and images from 20+ years ago.

    CA is a good, but slightly pricey diversion for anybody casually interested in art, photography and advertising. It is a GREAT and invaluable tool for every working professional commercial artist, and worth every penny spent tenfold.

    3-0 out of 5 stars Expensive Eye-Candy
    Visually stunning mag, frequently used for inspiration by graphic designers. Fixated on "new" and "award-winning", at the expensive of "good" design or socially-relevant design. The articles on professional practice are sometimes shallow, sometimes obvious. The style guide for people who manufacture desire.

    5-0 out of 5 stars CA Review
    Fantastic collection of all areas of graphic design. A must for the reference library. ... Read more


    10. Wizard

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    Asin: B00006L2BB
    Catlog: Magazine
    Publisher: Wizard Entertainment
    Sales Rank: 248
    Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars
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    5-0 out of 5 stars Top-notch
    Wizard magazine was the first of its kind. Comic Scene,etc, couldn't hold a candle to Wizard's bizarre, irreverent humor. "I like pie!" has made it into the comic fandom lexicon of obnoxious phrases spouted at inappropiate moments. I've been reading since nearly the beginning (Issue 3) and have rarely missed issues. Wizard helped usher in the "Image" era and now is on the cutting edge of comic movies, and televison shows based on comics. Smallville,anyone? You'll get inside information right here.Spider-man 2? Read a interview with Alfred Molina. Nothing like it, and all imitators failed.

    1-0 out of 5 stars bias magazine
    I used to subscribe to Wizard, but this magazine very bias to independent comics and small press comics. It cover only big company publishers like Marvel & DC. I guess that's where all their money from, ads place by the big company. Only recently they cover indy comic (only 1 to 2 pages). I wouldn't recommend getting this magazine at all, if you want to get the news on comic. Goto Newsarama.com or search for web site that have more info on comics then Wizard. All Wizard is just a nice looking magazine with recycle news that already been online for weeks only to put on papers month later.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Wizard is awesome!
    I've been subscribed to Wizard for about five years and they never lt me down. Whether it be comic movie reviews, behind the scenes pictures, comic reviews or midget jokes, wizard has it all. I highly recommend Wizard.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Brilliant.
    I really like the size of this mag. It's easier to have a lot of pages. Of course, I'm not keen on the price guide in it for comic books, but everything else is great. Pretty humorous and colorful pages. Pretty cool when they have small previews of upcoming comic books.

    5-0 out of 5 stars The greatest
    This is the greatest comic book magazine ever!

    The guide's prices are very close to most stores prices!

    The articles have good info and are very funny when they should be! ... Read more


    11. Dragon Magazine

    our price: $39.95
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    Asin: B00006KC4D
    Catlog: Magazine
    Publisher: Paizo Publishing Llc
    Sales Rank: 311
    Average Customer Review: 3.44 out of 5 stars
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    2-0 out of 5 stars Missing the old magic...
    I have a collection of Dragon issues that date back to the double digits. It has always been my premiere monthly publication to provide a plethora of new ideas, engaging fiction, and beautiful art to inspire me in my hobby, Dungeons & Dragons. When a CD-Rom collection of the first 200 issues was released, I bought it to make up for all the issues I'd missed in print. As has been said previously, the magazine has always had its ups and downs, but I stayed a loyal purchaser.

    Then the magazine was taken up by Paizo Publishing; now the magic is gone. I have old issues which I would have bought for the amazing cover art alone. Those covers told stories, they were rich in depth and artistry. These days, the covers feature the same slick styled, cartoonish art over and over again. Never any scenes, simply flashy action poses of characters.

    Inside the covers I find more dissapointment. The articles don't pack the same punch. My imagination isn't fired. My usual reaction is "Oh boy, more crunchy bits to insert into an a campaign already cluttered with feats, prestige classes, and new, outrageous races." Hardly anyone takes what already exists and tries to put a new spin on it, to breathe originality into what's already there.

    Granted, I still peek at new issues every month. I really *want* to buy Dragon again; I miss it. However, I have yet to find an issue that makes me feel that old magic inside, like the old days. Until then, I'll simply put them back on the store shelf...and wait another month.

    3-0 out of 5 stars Good, but not always great.
    For a long while, Dragon was my inspiration, my muse when it came to campaigns and fiction, but because of certain complications, (the demise of Wizards of the Coast, an aging gaming system, etc...) I can't justify continuing my subscription. If you are new to Dungeons and Dragons, I still suggest you get at least one copy of this magazine, but there is only so much new content you can push out in so many year, and I have a feeling that Dragon is reaching its limit.

    4-0 out of 5 stars The once great RPG mag
    Dragon Magazine used to be **THE** role-playing game magazine to read. It was the place to read about Dungeons and Dragons, but it didn't limit itself to D&D either. Dragon would publish material about several role playing games, from Traveler, Top Secret, Car Wars, GURPS, Boot Hill, Gamma World, and Star Frontiers to games like War Hammer. Of course, then TSR went weird and (I assume) ordered the magazine to only report on the games that TSR itself published.

    I give it four stars because of its once great past. Back then, it deserved at least five stars, maybe six+.

    It was great back then, routinely printing material from people like Ed Greenwood, Gary Gygax, Roger Moore, Len Lakofka, Arthur Collins, and Katharine Kerr, and later folks like David Cook, Skip Williams and Jeff Grubb. Greenwood's articles on the Nine Hells (from issues #75 and #76) and Roger Moore's articles on the Astral Plane (issue #67) and Gladsheim (issue #90) are classics. But the great things that were published were:

    * Game modules (too numerous to just cite one as the great example)
    * Character classes (the Psionicist from issue #78, The Duelist from issue #73)
    * "From the Sorcerer's Scroll" articles by Gygax
    * The beginnings of the Forgotten Realms mythos with Elminster from Greenwood.
    * The great cartoons from Dave Trampier (Wormy), Phil Foglio (What's New), and Larry Elmore (SnarfQuest), as well as from others.

    And lets not forget that it used to publish some good fiction every now and again as well. Fiction was never its forte, but it did publish it regularly.

    Kim Mohan and Roger Moore were the greatest editors of the publication and their versions of the magazine routinely published good articles.

    Now, it is just a shadow of its former glory. For a while there, right after the Wizards of the Coast takeover, things looked good again and good stuff was again being published. But somewhere along the way it lost it's way again... it went through more than a few editors of little talent. However, now it is back to the bad old game of being the house organ for Wizards of the Coast/Hasbro and pushing stuff that isn't very good.

    But then, there were other gaming magazines back then ("White Dwarf" anybody?) that kept Dragon striving to remain relevant. When the competitors died, a part of Dragon died as well. Of course, it didn't help that the magazine niche of the role-playing market, was a smaller niche in an already small niche. So, I am sure that hindered getting good stuff over the long term from good writers... as soon as somebody became a little successful in the greater Fantasy and/or Role Playing world... they, quite naturally, ran off toward the larger rewards elsewhere.

    I would recommend that people buy the "Dragon Magazine Archive" on CD and read the older articles rather than subscribing to the magazine as it exists today. It kept up my subscription for a while because it seemed to get good, but then after over a year of routine "same-old, same-old" again... I gave up.

    I miss the great days of Dragon. In the words of John Lennon "the dream is over".

    1-0 out of 5 stars Will never buy again from Paizo!
    Being a hardcode DnD fan, I spent hundreds of dollars on Dungeons and Dragons stuff monthly. I decided to subscribe for Dragon magazine. After I paid with my card and waited for 3 months without seeing a single magazine I started sending emails to all email addresses listed on Paizo's web site. Three weeks latesr their "customer service" finally contacted me to inform me that they will send a check back to me to refund me the remaining balance of my account. I have never before seen such a terrible customer service ever. I decided that I will not put even more money into Paizo's pockets. Goodbye Dragon!

    5-0 out of 5 stars Fantastic!
    Dragon Magazine has never disappointed me. I love getting each and every issue. Every D&D fan should subscribe or at least borrow a copy from a friend to read. Highly worth it! ... Read more


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