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Playboy Magazine September 1992 Paperback – 1992

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Product Details

  • Paperback
  • Publisher: Playboy Press; First Edition edition (1992)
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B000ETLPL0
  • Product Dimensions: 6 x 4 x 8 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 12.6 ounces
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (22 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #2,849,331 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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By Michael Patrick Boyd on June 28, 2011
Playboy October 1997 issue is 184 pages Stacy Fuson is featured on the cover. Most of the time I do read at least 80% of the articles in the magazine, but this time around was not true. The interview was with Tommy Hilfiger; a major fashion designer and was not interested in him. Playboy's Pigskin Preview and I am not a football fan. Another article is called Coed Confidential which is about eight college girls of the University of Illinois and there wild weekend. The article read like fiction. Another article Crude Dude! talks about ruby; did not read. There just were not that many interesting article to read. This month 20 Questions was with Téa Leoni and she was serious in her answers.

The three pictorials are: Christina Barone, Playmate of the Month Layla Harvest Roberts, and Girls of the Big Ten. Include in the Big Ten pictorial are future Playmates the Dahm Triplets (Nicole, Erica, and Jaclyn)-Playboy Playmates of the Month for December 1998. Also there is a nude picture of Joan Severance.
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Playboy July 1998 magazine is 188 pages and Karen McDougal, Playboy Playmate of the Month for December 1997 & Playboy Playmate of the Year for 1998, is on the front cover. Overall the articles that I did read are great. You have three pictorials in the magazine and they are the Newton Girls, Miss July 1998 Lisa Dergan, and Playmate of the Year Karen McDougal. The two main articles that I did read were 20 Questions: Craig Kilborn and Little Blue Miracle; and article about Viagra. That month interview was with Jerry Springer, you have articles on Magic Johnson and Ken Griffey, Jr. and finally this month fiction is the Facts of Death. Since I did not find any of the above interesting to read and only read the forums, men, women and money matters sections, then I cannot give you an in depth perspective about the magazine. Overall I will still give it an AAA+++.
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Playboy October 1997 issue is 184 pages Stacy Fuson is featured on the cover. Most of the time I do read at least 80% of the articles in the magazine, but this time around was not true. The interview was with Tommy Hilfiger; a major fashion designer and was not interested in him. Playboy's Pigskin Preview and I am not a football fan. Another article is called Coed Confidential which is about eight college girls of the University of Illinois and there wild weekend. The article read like fiction. Another article Crude Dude! talks about ruby; did not read. There just were not that many interesting article to read. This month 20 Questions was with Téa Leoni and she was serious in her answers.

The three pictorials are: Christina Barone, Playmate of the Month Layla Harvest Roberts, and Girls of the Big Ten. Include in the Big Ten pictorial are future Playmates the Dahm Triplets (Nicole, Erica, and Jaclyn)-Playboy Playmates of the Month for December 1998. Also there is a nude picture of Joan Severance.

Overall the pictorials were more interesting then the articles this month. Playboy October 1997 gets an AA++.
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Playboy June 1996 contains 180 pages and Stacy Sanches is on the front cover of the magazine. The four pictorials are in order: Pandora Peaks, Karin Taylor-Playboy Playmate of the Month for June 1996, Joyce Nizzari-Playboy Playmate of the Month for December 1958 (Fifth Anniversary Playmate), and Stacy Sanches-Playboy Playmate of the Month for March 1995, Playboy Playmate of the Year for 1996 & Germany's Playmate of the Month for Miss June 1996. I was delighted with the first the pictorials, but Stacy Sanches left me wanting more since there were not that many nude photos.

Other articles in the magazine are: Dennis Miller interview (did not read because I am not a fan of him), Censorship in Cyperspace, Playboy's History of Jazz & Rock Part Nine: Beat It, Just Beat It (music scene from 1980 to 1989), Cybertricks is an article of ten things you can do with your computer, 20 Questions: Julia Louis-Dreyfus. Overall I did enjoy this month issue of Playboy. Playboy June 1996 gets an AAA+++.
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I'll tell ya what he's talkin' about, this issue with Dana Plato. Yeah, she's dead and stuff, but she was hot and I had a major crush on her back in the day, so having the issue where she leaves nothing to my adolescent imagination was a must have. Tha mag wa in good condition, no pages sticking together so it was all good.
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Playboy Magazine March 1988 is 170 pages long. The pictorials of Janice Dickinson and Playboy Playmate of the Month Susie Owens were at best lame. Janice is wearing panties and nothing else in her photos and the one time she is completely nude we do not get a full picture of her. Susie Owens on the other hand is not even completely nude in any of them. The person or people who worked with those two should have been fired. The articles on the other hand were much more better then the pictorials. You have an interview with Billy Crystal, Asa Baber exposing the real Ollie North, and the Natural History of Lingerie. There are some other good articles as well. Playboy Magazine March 1988 gets a B-; it would have got a better grade if the pictorials were not a laugh.
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i know i used to have this; it was one of the ones i thinned out. Anyway, it's a great collectible for Dana Plato fans.
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