Dedicated to movie related publications
Contains 7,076 magazines with 264,838 listed issues


- Began in November 1972 as Mediascene.
- Published by writer-artist-historian Jim Steranko.
- A source of showbiz news, views, and previews.

United States

Ceased publication
Last updated:
11 March 2013

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52 listed issue(s)

Issue 57

BIG INTERVIEW SPECIAL! A pulse-pounding parlay with Conan the Destroyer's woman warrior, Grace Jones; Godfather of Film John Huston interview; Rod Steiger on his pain and passion; George Segal on Burt Reynolds and bravado; on location with Tanya Roberts as Sheena; Jamie Lee Curtis in Grandview U.S.A.; Roger Moore in The Naked Face; Clint Eastwood in Tightrope; Frank Herbert on Dune; Adventures of Buckaroo Banzai

Issue 56

ON THE SET WITH INDIANA JONES! Harrison Ford in a blockbuster full-color 12-page pictorial on the making of Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom; behind-the-scenes of Walter Hill's Streets of Fire with Michael Pare and Diane Lane; Dan Aykroyd, Bill Murray and Sigourney Weaver on the set of Ghostbusters; a wild romp with Laurene Landon; getting Gremlins on fiIm; the Master Builders of Dune; Greystoke: The Legend of Tarzan

Issue 55
May 1984

ALL-WOMAN ISSUE! Sizzling Sybil Danning pictorial interview; on location with Brooke Shields in Sahara; Jessica Lange interview; Jane Seymour behind-the-scenes with Tom Selleck in Lassiter; Jennifer Jason Leigh tells how bad girl makes good; Cynthia Sikes' RX: Burt Reynolds; Tanya Roberts as Sheena; Indiana Jones and the Serial Queens; Rebel Mistress of Dune; Girls of TV's 20 Minute Workout.

Issue 54
Dec.'83/January 1984

BOND IS BACK! Never Say Never Again: Sean Connery tells why he said Never Again to Bond's most dangerous mission; sultry assassin Barbara Carrera profiled; Billy Dee Williams' rogue's eye view of Star Wars; illustrated Frazetta Fire and Ice interview; Robert Hays explains his compulsion for success; Cliff Robertson interview; Tom Selleck as Lassiter; King and Carpenter's Christine; The Right Stuff; Dune.

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