Hi, the reason I registered was to say that I have some old mags lying around doing nothing but consuming closet space, and I would be more than happy to donate these (i.e. sell them for shipping costs only).
The mags I have are:
Mean Machines Sega (UK): #1 (OCT92) - #27 (JAN94) Bits and pieces of these (a handful of reviews only at this time) are online already at meanmachinesmag.co.uk
CVG (Computer & Video Games) (UK): #131 (OCT92) - #145 (DEC93)
EGM (US) #41 (DEC92), #45 (APR93) - #61 (AUG94)
Video Games & Computer Entertainment (US): March 93, May 93, June 93
Mega Force (NL/BE) (in Dutch) #6 (Summer 92)
Mega Force (FR) (in French) #10 (OCT92), #20 (SEP93) - #24 (JAN94)
Sega Pro (UK) #20 ("Special Issue", JUN93)
Sega Magazine (NL) (in Dutch) #2 (APR93)
Computer Gaming World (US) #131 (JUN95)
4 Dutch-language mini-mags that were sent as part of the official Sega Club in Belgium
Most of these come with supplements (like the Go! handheld-only mini-mag that came with CVG, and the Sega Force mini-mag that came with EGM).
Obviously the combined mags do weigh quite a bit, making for fairly expensive shipping to the US (see here); for the full set of magazines, the weight is about 27kg, so it would be €104 (approx $140). If I can't fit all of them in a package that's within the size bounds for a single parcel, I may have to split them up; in that case the cost would be €52 + €78 = €130 (approx $175). That's without insurance - you REALLY don't want to know the prices for shipping options that include insurance.
Obviously if you're only interested in specific mags, the shipping price drops (for reference, the MMS mags weigh 9kg, EGM 8.4kg, CVG 5.1kg and the rest 4.1kg). Similarly, if there's a scanner located in the EU, that would make the prices drop as well.
Update: All magazines are now gone, sent to meppi for scanning.