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  1. I am surprised those magazines are still in business. It really has been years since I heard some one bought a magazine. No one will pick them up even if you give them away for free. Maybe they are school kids of still get excited over a printed issue... I am not sure, but it no longer makes sense to wait a month and pay to get info on something you can see it broadcasted live the same second for free.
  2. I really don't see why a magazine should be uptight about uploading scans of their issues from 20 years ago. Lets be honest, how many people out there are going to pay to read that? No body is excited about the upcoming "Titanic" movie or whats going to happen on "The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air" finale. Unless they are going to have a subscription based service where you can go online and read all their issues (which I hardly know any magazines that do that), there is no reason to make a big deal out of it. Printed magazine is a dying business, at this point its more about giving back to the community than fighting over copyrights.
  3. Hello, I really like pop-culture and I found out that magazines and newspapers really captured the "spirit" of their eras. I wonder if there is a website like yours but for film/tv magazines ? I really would like to go back and see what were people excited about in '98 and which TV shows they were hyped about in '94. thanks
  4. I am not big on comics, but I never heard of this character before they announced they will make a film about him. Never saw a cartoon or anything. How come he is so popular right now? I knew about the other marvel characters since the 80s
  5. I live in the middle-east.. Bahrain
  6. Hello AppleUser2000, Welcome to the Retromags Community!