Category: magazine graveyard


I fail to remember exactly what happened to this magazine — I think it was swallowed up by one of it’s rivals — The NME if memory serves correctly. I know with these articles I should sit there on wiki Read more…


It led the way in a lot of respects — taught people what a culture magazine could be and it taught with style. At one point The Face could have been considered a setter of trends, a creator of them, Read more…


OK, so it’s not dead yet, but God, considering what it’s become it should be. I used to love this magazine then we had a run where they had Cliff Richard, Ronan Keating and the Spice Girls on the front Read more…


The notice on the website of this now defunct magazine has to be one of the saddest things ever. Just before it died, in common with a couple of the other magazines I intend to feature under this umbrella there Read more…


God, how I miss this magazine. I had to hunt for it — weirdly Suffolk was strangely backwards when it came to stocking anything thought of as vaguely dodgy. How do I know that they thought of it this way? Read more…