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    1. 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


    2. Game Informer Magazine
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    Asin: B0000AN45D
    Catlog: Magazine
    Publisher: Sunrise Publications Inc
    Sales Rank: 491
    Average Customer Review: 4.15 out of 5 stars
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    5-0 out of 5 stars The best magazine out there
    Simply put, Game Informer is one of the most entertaining, most well written, most fun to read magazines out there. Heck, for me at least, Game Informer beats out magazine greats such as time for sheer entertainment value.

    the magazine is written in a very easy to read format. Each month the lovable staff excercises thier ablility to write hilarious subtitles on picutures (They love fart jokes), write histarical reviews on bad games, such as, "I would rather burn in the fires of Mt. Doom then play this game" (LOTR: The Fellowship of the ring) "I cried with joy the moment Shreck was ejected from my X-Box, I then smashed it into a million pices with a hammer" (Shreck Party game for X-Box) and my personal favorite "I've seen better texturing in a pool of my own vomit! Evil has a new name and that name is Azurick. Burn foul Deamon, burn!" (Azurick: Rise of Plathenta) Every one of the staff members write very well written and entertaining reviews. Overall, Game Informer is your best choice for Video gaming.

    The good:
    Very well written
    Reviews are generally very reliable
    Fantastic sense of humor. Its great to see a magazine that dosent take itself too seriously.

    The bad:
    Nothing

    The ugly:
    The magazine only comes out once a month, hence 30 miserable days of waiting for the next issue.

    Summary: Any video game fan who loves big magazines and a great sense of humor cant go wrong with Game Informer

    4-0 out of 5 stars Lives up to its name
    I'm a fairly big gamer. I love reading the game magazines and websites to check up on things, but I haven't felt a lot of personality of what I've read. The articles show the sad truth that the writers have no life outside of video games. So, luckily, I was walking into Gamestop one day and subscribed to Game Informer. It's the elite, the best gaming magazine there is, and even people who don't like games may find it amusing. Unlike EGM, the staff members have great, dynamic personalities, and they know there's a life outside video vegetation. You'll get a kick out of their profiles. Not only are these guys (and one girl) funny, but their reviews are incredibly helpful. After reading a couple of good reviews, I was convinced to go out and play the games they recommended, and they were right. MVP Baseball 2003, Tiger Woods 2004, and ESPN NBA Basketball are all great titles, just like they said! The articles aren't only well-written, helpful, and informative but they're overflowing with numerous pop culture references. In a review of "Pitfall Harry", they said the title character looked like Brendan Fraser impersonating Keanu Reeves. This is just icing on the cake. They also have impeccable coverage of E3 and the Retro reviews are great. But one of the best things about GI is the hilarious ideas they have for future games. Just recently, they suggested a game that mixed Quintin Tarantino goodness with "DDR". Overall, GI is an excellent magazine flowing with personality and fascinating articles. It's the "SI" of gaming magazines.

    5-0 out of 5 stars The One And Only!! =-D
    This is the big one. If your a serious gamer,or just play for fun,it don't matter. This is the only magazine for you. It covers every thing from the all mighty XBOX to the gameboy advance. It tells you every thing you would want to know about that one game that you think you should buy, but aren't sure,or a game you want to buy but it doesn't come out for like 3 months. With hundreds of game reviews, previews, and it comes with a game calendar that tells you which games and even movies are coming out for that month. IT ROCKS. And no I'm not some guy who works for them tryin to sell it. It really rocks.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Some people who review GI are morons
    I'm not saying everyone has to love game informer. )i find it to be a good source of gaming information that helps me buy good games and avoid crap ones) but u can't just make stuff up like Kevin Brennan. Game informer has one main reviewer and then a "second opinion" section where a second person gives a short review of the game and a score. that would be more than one person per review. Also, i subscribe to electronic gaming monthly and the 3 reviewers often give the same rating. ur a moron kevin. anyone interested in gaming that has a good sense of humor should definatly get this magazine. it tells u what u need to know in a humorous and informative way so the magazine stays fun and intersting.

    2-0 out of 5 stars No, its not the best
    I dislike Game Informer for a couple of reasons.

    1. Information is almost always late. Like the Halo issue. Ummmm, yeah, I think thats been in multiple magazines and everywhere on the internet already.

    2. Reviewers have no idea what they're talking about and they try and make up for it by making stupid remarks that they think are funny.

    3. Only one reviewer for each game. Wow, im REALLY gonna listen to what one person says about his gaming experience. For all I know he had a broken thumb while he was playing so he sayed it was to hard to steer the car. Here's a tip, get more people so we have multiple opinions. Like Elecctronic Gaming Monthly for instance. They have three different reviewers for each game, and every person's rating is always different.

    Bottom line; Bad magazine but some articles are funny and informative. ... Read more


    3. Tropical Fish Hobbyist

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    Asin: B00006L078
    Catlog: Magazine
    Publisher: T F H Publications Inc
    Sales Rank: 255
    Average Customer Review: 4.83 out of 5 stars
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    Abstract


    Articles, first-hand-reports, new products and news of note on every facet of the aquarium hobby for both the beginner and the experienced enthusiast and submissions of a more scientific nature on fishes, reptiles and amphibians.
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    5-0 out of 5 stars Most traditional aquarium magazine.
    I've been reading TFH Mag. since I was a kid. At that time it used to show articles on reptiles, frogs, etc. Fortunantly it got even better when it became am exclusively aquarium fish Magazine again. Besides it's a complete magazine, it delivers international subscriptions, so I could have mine here in Brazil. It covers every aspect of fish care, aquarium maintance, new species, diseases, aquarium display, etc. It worths every dime you spend on it. The best thing is that you can keep old issues, as I do, because they are always useful. Go ahead, you wont regret.

    5-0 out of 5 stars A great read in every issue!
    I enjoy reading this magazine as it covers both saltwater and freshwater topics. The articles cater towards beginners as well as advanced hobbyists. The content is never boring. It covers a vast array of topics from fish health and diagnosis, compatibility and care to interesting tales of travel to different parts of the world where exotic freshwater and saltwater species are investigated in their natural environments. The color photography is fantasic and the writing is clear and easy to understand. Whether you are a beginner or expert, this is one magazine that will peak your interest with every issue. Enjoy!

    5-0 out of 5 stars TFH Magazine
    This has ALWAYS been my favorite in the fish info. industry. It has always been informative and interesting and has always included some interesting pictures. When I have had trouble finding information on certain fish TFH has been there to cover them. A truly valuable magazine for any serious fish hobbyist.

    4-0 out of 5 stars I read every issue cover to cover
    In past years, there were other good magazines in the hobby. During the last couple of years however, TFH has taken the crown as the best. I read every issue cover to cover.

    I receive two fish magazines, but if budget forced me to choose just one, this would be it.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Excellent Mag.
    This is a must get magazine. Most aquaic information is provided and it is worth every cent. The delivery of Tropical Fish Hobbyist is more than better. Unlike other companies, tfh mail it in with plastic wrapping to prevent any damage. I really recommend this magazine. ... Read more


    4. Powerlifting Usa
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    Asin: B00006KT9Z
    Catlog: Magazine
    Publisher: Powerlifting
    Sales Rank: 535
    Average Customer Review: 4.67 out of 5 stars
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    5-0 out of 5 stars BEST POWERLIFTING MAGAZINE EVER!!!
    A MUST READ!! THIS MAGAZINE GIVES YOU THE MOST UP TO DATE INFORMATION ON THE POWERLIFTING CIRCUIT. GIVES GREAT LIFTING AND FITNESS TIPS TO BOOT!!! THIS MAGAZINE SHOULD HAVE MAIN STREAM PUBLICATION AND DISTRIBUTION.

    4-0 out of 5 stars Powerlifting USA magazine review
    I've been subscribing to PLUSA since 1984, the same year I started powerlifting. It contains a wealth of information for the beginner to the elite lifter. Interesting strength articles, interviews with the champions of the sport, results from meets, and the list of upcoming contests. It also contains all the different powerlifting vendors for your equipment needs. Its a must to have this magazine for anyone into or starting out with powerlifting. Its the ORIGINAL mag!

    5-0 out of 5 stars Great Magazine
    Great articles for the seasoned and beginning powerlifter. Lots of useful, specific information on increasing lifts. inclusive listing of upcoming p.l meets across usa! i have nt let my subscription lapsein over 5 years and i refer to old issues for training ideas.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Great mag with one exception
    This is a great magazine with the exception of articles written by Herb Glossberger, who seems to only write articles about the people at LA Lifting Club (where he works out). If you overlook that aspect, the mag is great. The knowledge that can be gained simply by reading the articles written by Louie Simmons and Dave Tate. Well worth it. It also cannot be purchased in your local magazine store.

    4-0 out of 5 stars Does the job
    Not too many magazines of this genre, so one is a captured audience for the most part. Does a great job in reporting scores and records. Has informational articles written in down-to-earth style, some very helpful to the average powerlifter, others a bit sketchy such as one that featured nutrition for the athlete. It stopped short just when you expected to get some really concrete information. Otherwise, an upbeat, albeit simple journal that is gratefully skimpy on flashy ads and promos. ... Read more


    5. Mountain Bike Action

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    Asin: B00006KOMK
    Catlog: Magazine
    Publisher: Hi-torque Publications
    Sales Rank: 576
    Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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    5-0 out of 5 stars Best Magazine There Is
    There is no better magazine than this. Get it now. ... Read more


    6. Decorative Crochet

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    Asin: B00006KBAH
    Catlog: Magazine
    Publisher: Editions De Saxe
    Sales Rank: 1351
    Average Customer Review: 2.67 out of 5 stars
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    5-0 out of 5 stars Really great for crochet beginners
    I've subscribed to Decorative Crochet magazine before and found it very helpful. I like the fact that there is a wide range of patterns for you to try, so you do not have to be an advanced crocheter to benefit as there are both beginners as well as intermediate patterns to try.

    2-0 out of 5 stars unwanted subscription
    I also recieved a subscription to this magazine in error. Somehow my personal info was leaked on the net and i've recieved several unwanted subscriptions. customer service was very helpful once i found the nember below. I don't know if it's a good magazine or not though since i don't crchet, and i never even opened any of the magazines.

    3-0 out of 5 stars Beware - Dangerous Crochet!
    I have no idea where this magazine came from. I received one issue and lots of 'you owe me money!' bills. I have been unable to cancel (read the rest of the reviews!) I gave the mag three stars because I think it was well written and the instructions would certainly be useful to an interested person. It is the distribution policy that is the problem! The best thing to happen about it all is the review after this one has a phone number to call! By the way, I don't crochet.

    1-0 out of 5 stars EXASPERATED -- FOUND THE NUMBER TO CALL
    Hi, after spending 3/4 of a day...many links on the website I have found the telephone number to call for Decorative Crochet to cancel your subscription, get your subscription, etc. As noted in reviews many of us have had problems. Call RealTime Publications Services, Inc. 203-792-4700-ask for Customer Service give account number etc. Don't forget to ask for a cancellation letter or confirmation letter, whichever serves your purpose. GOOD LUCK!

    1-0 out of 5 stars Exasperated!
    Have received three invoices for a magazine "Decorative Crochet" that I never even asked for. Last invoice threatening me that they were going to put on my credit report. Have written two them twice, no response, can't call them, no phone, address PO Box in Danbury, CT...or else FRANCE. Have ready many derogatory responses. WHAT GIVES! Am sending to the Consumer Affairs and complain. ... Read more


    7. Nascar Winston Cup Illustrated
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    Asin: B00006KOXQ
    Catlog: Magazine
    Publisher: Amer City Business Journal
    Sales Rank: 203
    Average Customer Review: 4 out of 5 stars
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    5-0 out of 5 stars It has it all !!
    I am a long time Nascar lover/watcher and I'm not really a redneck either. Born in New Mexico, but have lived all my adult life in Micigan. Here in Michigan, we have two race dates a year at our Michigan track and they are sold out at ever Nascar event. When the races are here in Michigan, as well as all Nascar tracks, Nascar Illustrated covers each event in such detail that you can imagine your actually there. The camera shots, the well written articles, take you to the track, let you talk to the drivers, crew chiefs, crew member and much more, of the the things you are interested most in. Sure the news is somewhat dated, but is more detailed and it gives you a chance to read, research and record all of the events that take place. After all, reading is at your speed, not some fast talking anouncers. But the best thing about NI, is the visits paid to racers and owners homes. The photography is breath taking, the interviews cutting and to the point. A beautiful way to learn about our heroes, its like you are right there, at home, on the plane or motorhome and then at the track, in the pits, in the R&D shop finding out about the race cars of today as well as those of tomorrows, even behind the wheel. The Magazine really is Nascar Illustrated, from front to back, it's one of the finest magazines I've ever seen/read,I now have my own subscription to Nascar Illustrated. Get yours now, you do not want to miss any of the news and views.

    3-0 out of 5 stars Pretty Good Nascar magazine
    This is a pretty good Nascar magazine, but of course all the info in each issue is a month behind. However, each race is extensively covered, which is a real plus. ... Read more


    8. Chess Life
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    Asin: B00006K8K3
    Catlog: Magazine
    Publisher: Us Chess Federation
    Sales Rank: 849
    Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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    5-0 out of 5 stars Best of U.S., Possibly World
    This is the best U.S. publication for chess and perhaps the best in the world. I have purchased or subscribed to most chess magazines in the U.S. and have purchased many from other countries as well. This magazine is probably the best for analysis, news, photos, tournaments, etc. You also get this as part of your USCF membership with magazine, a required membership for playing in U.S. rated tournaments. If chess is your game, this is your magazine. ... Read more


    9. Dell Logic Puzzles

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    Asin: B00006KBDB
    Catlog: Magazine
    Publisher: Penny Press
    Sales Rank: 1118
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    10. Psm: 100% Independent Playstation 2 Magazine

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    Asin: B00026EFR6
    Catlog: Magazine
    Publisher: Future Network Usa
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    11. Passport

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    Asin: B00015UYBO
    Catlog: Magazine
    Publisher: Q Communications
    Sales Rank: 1883
    Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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    5-0 out of 5 stars Best Travel Magazine Ever!
    Have been getting PASSPORT at a bookstore for a year or so and decided I had to subscribe. it is the BEST travel magazine I have ever read...not just the best gay travel magazine. Great indepth articles writen in a person-to-person style and beautiful photo layouts. No other magazine covers destinations so well,or with the detailed gay interest info that PASSPORT provides. Grab it! ... Read more


    12. Black Belt

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    Asin: B00006K5WV
    Catlog: Magazine
    Publisher: Black Belt Communications Inc
    Sales Rank: 1196
    Average Customer Review: 3.67 out of 5 stars
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    1-0 out of 5 stars Do Not Subscribe
    Do not subscribe to this magazine. I subscribed in December and the money was taken out of my bank account on 18 December. Since then I have received no magazines and my money has not been returned despite many e-mails. They seem to simply steal money and there does not seem to be anything that I can do about it.

    5-0 out of 5 stars The premier martial arts magazine that sets the standard
    Not so many years ago when I was but a teenager, the martial arts provided a much-needed outlet to channel my energy into something constructive. When I wasn't going to class and learning first hand the physical aspects of the art (from the ages of 17-21), I was scouring the newsstands in an effort to find out all I could about all things martial. It is here that I ran across the best magazine in the business, Black Belt.

    It is also here that I looked to and found inspiration from those who had already walked down the path that I now found myself traveling. The magazine was insightful, and did much to quench the thirst that grew within me. Like any great periodical, the pictures where great, and the stories well written. Best of all, they didn't dedicate every page in every issue to one popular style or proponent. Like any source worthy of the material it covers, they opted for variety. Not belonging to a "mainstream" art myself, I found it a nice change that I welcomed.

    As you can probably expect, I made the choice to subscribe. For about five years, I was a loyal reader. While time no longer permits me to go to class (these things happen in adulthood), I still pick up a copy from time to time just to see what is going on in the martial arts community. What I see still brings a smile to my face, as the memories come pouring back to me. The martial arts helped shape who I am today, and Black Belt magazine was a valuable part of that journey. Maybe one day when things slow down a little and I have too much spare time on my hands, I'll resume my journey. When this happens, it will be safe to assume which martial arts magazine will be filling my mailbox.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Variety of Martial Arts in one Magazine
    I have been reading this magazine for 18 years (and I am only 28). This magazine is a must for people interested in martial arts, not necessarily in one particular art, but as martial arts as a whole. The articles are thought out and interesting. The letters to the editor and various monthly columns are insightful and interesting. As a martial artist you know that not one martial art is more effective than the next, this magazine proves that, wherein it diversifies and points out the strengths and weaknesses of some of the arts. This is a great magazine and has only gotten better. ... Read more


    13. Porthole Cruise Magazine

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    Asin: B00006KT6I
    Catlog: Magazine
    Publisher: Porthole Magazine
    Sales Rank: 2265
    Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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    4-0 out of 5 stars Good Cruise Information
    "Porthole" is a magazine about cruising, and is generally informative and interesting. The format has recently been enlarged by the publisher, which is a big improvement.

    The magazine is a glossy, color spectacle that deals mostly with reviews of ships and itineraries, with some superficial human interest articles thrown in for good measure. In general "Porthole" is more about visceral impressions of ships and cruises rather than about hard, factual information, which is largely to its detriment. For that reason, I prefer "Cruise Travel" magazine, which has a more thorough analysis of current topics, particularly in their itinerary reviews and "Ship of the Month" sections.

    Interestingly, I recently got both "Porthole" and "Cruise Travel" on the same day and both of them had as the cover story Holland America's new "Oosterdam". While "Porthole" showed some nice photos largely of common areas and talked about how spacious it was, "Cruise Travel" detailed the new ship's layout, size of different class cabins, itinerary review, facilities and features, fares, etc. To me the information in "Cruise Travel" was unquestionably superior, although the "Porthole" photographs were nicer.

    I enjoy reading "Porthole", and particularly enjoy the coverage of more obscure expeditions, such as the recent (June 2004) article on European river cruises. The coverage of the 'Queen Mary 2' was also excellent, particularly the excellent photographs. Overall, I think Porthole is a good magazine, but not the best in the category. For that try "Cruise Travel".

    5-0 out of 5 stars Best Cruise Magazine Published
    What interesting and delightful articles on the latest in cruising. Truly a class act! ... Read more


    14. Fur Fish & Game

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    Asin: B00006KF6E
    Catlog: Magazine
    Publisher: A R Harding Publ Co
    Sales Rank: 282
    Average Customer Review: 3 out of 5 stars
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    1-0 out of 5 stars Fur in this day and age?
    Wearing fur in this day and age is sad and selfish.
    Little more is needed to be said than that.

    5-0 out of 5 stars The ultimate trapping, fishing, hunting, shooting magazine
    Most people think that this magazine limits itself to the wild fur trapping industry but they are wrong. Although a good portion of the stories and departments focus on trapping, the excellent fishing, hunting and shooting articles should NOT be overlooked. I find this magazine to be much more appropriate for the average American and Canadian outdoors person. Several do-it-yourself features and inexpensive alternatives give this magazine a realistic touch. Most other magazines seem to cater to whoever advertises on their pages but FFG seems to care about the readers success. If I had to choose only one outdoor sporting magazine this would be it! ... Read more


    15. Dirt Wheels

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    Asin: B00006KBW6
    Catlog: Magazine
    Publisher: Hi-torque Publications
    Sales Rank: 710
    Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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    5-0 out of 5 stars Awesome Magazine
    I've used this magazine to make informed decisions before buying any product for my ATV. I started out with a Warrior, but traded it in for a Suzuki Z400. I did tons of research using this magazine. They tested everything they could bolt on the Z400 and then published if it worked or not. They answer questions and post good articles. More than worth the few dollars to be informed if 4-wheeling is your thing to do.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Cletus T Arbuckle
    I ride a Honda Sportrax 400ex, {DirtWheels} had helped me to purchase my ATV and the performance kit just by reading its content such as readers rides and over the bars. ... Read more


    16. Dallas Cowboys Weekly
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    Asin: B00006KB4J
    Catlog: Magazine
    Publisher: Dallas Cowboys Weekly
    Sales Rank: 680
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    17. Texas Highways

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    Asin: B00006KZEM
    Catlog: Magazine
    Publisher: Texas Highways Magazine
    Sales Rank: 799
    Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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    5-0 out of 5 stars Excellent!
    This magazine profiles various locations throughout the state of Texas with history, some politics, and lore. It is a great read with colorful maps and pictures. A good buy! ... Read more


    18. American Handgunner

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    Asin: B00006K382
    Catlog: Magazine
    Publisher: Publishers Development Corp
    Sales Rank: 1162
    Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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    5-0 out of 5 stars Accuracy and Thoroughness of Hand Guns
    Out of all the hand gun reviews, editorials, and infrmatiun about hand guns, I found this magazine the most thorough and accurate in description, and in photo.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Great Magazine For the Firearms Enthusiast
    I received this magazine sunscription as a gift much to my delight. Being raised to both enjoy and respect firearms, I have had the opportunity to read many gun publications. On the top of my list is American Handgunner. A beautiful and informative magazine, American Handgunner is a wonderful periodical for anyone who supports our right to keep and bear arms. I give this magazine 5 out of 5 stars, and highly recommend to anyone with a moderate or avid interest in firearms.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Must Read!
    This is by far the best handgun magazine out there. I have read many, and none compare. I read it cover to cover the first couple days after it arrives. It covers everything from tactics and firearms to holsters. My only gripe is that it only comes every OTHER month.

    5-0 out of 5 stars One of the best shooting magazine available
    This is a must have if you own a handgun. a lot of advises and useful information such as gun review and new products, etc ... Read more


    19. Casino Player

    our price: $24.00
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    Asin: B0000A0NL4
    Catlog: Magazine
    Publisher: Casino Journal Publishing Grp
    Sales Rank: 730
    Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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    5-0 out of 5 stars The Best is Getting Better!!!
    Casino Player is a monthly subscription magazine that tries to be all things to all casino enthusiasts, and usually succeeds. From the mathematic and probability computations for the video poker fan by guru Bob Dancer, to Jean Scott's wonderful column The Frugal Gambler, which gives first-timers and seasoned players alike excellent information on how to get comps (which are freebees---sort of---that the casinos give their customers.), this outstanding publication delivers first-rate information for travelers to Las Vegas, Atlantic City, and Tunica to use to make their stays more enjoyable and profitable. Recently, Casino Player has seen fit to substantially overhaul their content, adding more first-rate columnists such as Basil Nestor (who deals with gaming's colorful and illustrious history), and adding more coverage to new areas of the country as gaming (not gambling; the correct term these days is gaming) continues to expand into new markets such as Southern California and the Upper Midwest. The results show a decided improvement in both the magazine's content and range of coverage, though not without some sacrifices along the way. Unfortunately, two of the magazine's best columns have recently been lost in the shuffle: The Aggrivated Gambler, a forum for dealing with unpleasant casino experiences and how to cut through red tape, written by the very fine writer Melissa Fine; and Mystery Tourist, a nonbylined column which explores the offerings of a different resort every month under the guise of anonymity. However, the new additions more than make up for the losses. Hopefully, now that coverage is being reapportioned, more attention can be given to such oft-neglected (Las Vegas) gems such as the Monte Carlo, Luxor, Treasure Island (or TI, as it is now called) and the Stratosphere; a lovely profile of local Coast Properties fave the Orleans just appeared in last month's issue, so perhaps steps are being taken in that direction. In any case, whether you are an experienced or neophyte gamer, you will want to subscribe to the new and improved Casino Player ASAP. With all their recent upgrades, there's no doubt that the best gaming magazine in the industry is certainly getting better!!!

    5-0 out of 5 stars Dave's Review
    Great magazine. Shows not only the high end of gaming, but where to go and how to get your money's worth.

    3-0 out of 5 stars Good for basic advice
    I've subscibed to both Casino Player and Slot Player magazines for a year. Much of the information is rehashed between the two magazines and the information provided in both is rather basic for subjects like players clubs, video poker strategy, and money management. Occasionally, I'll come across more advanced probability computations that are interesting, but imbalanced with the rest of the magazine's material and the overall feel is a hodge-podge of seminars strewn around various issues. Most article information you can find on the internet for free. However, I completely distrust the hotel reviews because: 1) There's usually a paid advertisement for the hotel on the same page as the review, 2) The magazines never have anything really bad to say about the hotel/casinos. I do like the industry news, hotel rennovations, and latest machine advertisements just so I know what's out there.

    5-0 out of 5 stars A Must for Gamblers
    I've read Casino player Mag for the last three years. I travel to Vegas and Reno three to four times a year and this Mag has provided lots of helpful tips on gambling, entertainment, dining and what's new in Vegas and Reno. Though I don't go to Atlantic City or other gambling Mecca's, Casino Player DOES cover them and provides the same type of helpful info that they provide for Vegas. The stories from gamblers and interviews of Casino management add to the players knowledge of how this world works. ... Read more


    20. White Dwarf
    list price: $60.00
    our price: $75.42
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    Asin: B00006L22S
    Catlog: Magazine
    Publisher: Games Workshop Ltd
    Sales Rank: 800
    Average Customer Review: 3 out of 5 stars
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    2-0 out of 5 stars Worth it?
    I have been a gamer for almost 7years. In that time I have seen a number of price hikes. When I first started gaming, I subscribed to White Dwarf. It was a great source of rule updates and entertainment. Battle reports are fun to read and I always enjoyed looking at the Golden Deamon winners. They include modeling hints but they will only help if you already have some experience. There is also a lot of fluff. Back then it was $50 AND you got around $20 of free figures. Now it is $50 and you only get the magazine. The quality of the content has gone up slightly but the binding on some of my last editions fell apart after two days. The only truly useful thing in WD is the rules and its best to get those in a Chapter Approved. The magazine is wonderful and gets at least 4stars but the deal has gone downhill. I love Warhammer and WD but you really need to decide if it is worth it.

    4-0 out of 5 stars Authoritative Source for Warhammer and Similar Wargames
    I became familiar with the world of Warhammer 40,000 when my 9 year old son started building and playing with the models. He's subsequently subscribed to the magazine. The sheer amount of detail and supporting information available to games hobbyists through this magazine is overwhelming. It includes tips on building and painting models and scenery, battle strategy, rules clarifications, wargame related fiction, profiles of prominent wargame experts, and tons of information on game-related events. The primary focus is on Games Workshop produced games, including Warhammer, Warhammer 40000, Mordheim, and Lord of the Rings. All is presented in a very attractive, photo-rich glossy package. Obviously, much of the 'zine will be meaningless to those who aren't already serious gamers, but for those who are, it's a very attractive, readable, and enjoyable supplement to the game itself. ... Read more


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