PREVUE's publishing history began in November 1972 as a tabloid pop-culture periodical, initially focusing on comics, science fiction/fantasy/heroic adventure/thriller paperbacks, TV entertainment, celebrity interviews, and feature films. As the latter two subjects dominated its content, the format changed to large magazine size with bonus inserts--movie posters, animated flipbooks, fold-out collectibles--then became standard newsstand size. Published by writer-artist-historian Jim Steranko, PREVUE established itself as one of the longest-running entertainment magazines and an authoritative source of shobiz news, views, and previews--
a concept borrowed by numerous other publications.

PREVUE ONLINE represents the latest manifestation in its evolution and constant quest to keep pace with the kaleidoscopic entertainment world and audience. With features updated weekly, the e-zine will continue to cover the upbeat, offbeat, and heartbeat of the pop-culture panorama, from superstars and stripteasers to cult glamazons and sinema schlockmeisters.

PREVUE's online catalog, Entertainment Express, is open for business at
www.prevuemag.com
highlighting more than 2500 fantasy art books, offbeat comics, film reference books, pulp magazines, European & Asian imports, erotic videos, and more.

PREVUE BACK ISSUES--THE COLLECTIONS
A SUPER BLOWOUT SALE!

Here's the biggest $$$-saving special on issues of COMIXSCENE/MEDIASCENE/PREVUE we've ever offered. We've broken them down into genres, themes, series, and personalities, so you can zero in on your favorites. Many issues are in low supply. Collect 'em now or weep when they're gone! Check 'em out now at
BACK ISSUE SALE!!!

Steranko fans! Click here to check out excerpts from:
STERANKO: GRAPHIC PRINCE OF DARKNESS

And don't miss a major interview, the Secrets of the real Mr. Miracle, and an electronic gallery exhibit showcasing the highlights of his career at www.buzzcutt.com

Direct comments and inquiries to: supergraphics@prevue.net

For a detailed description of PREVUE contents, click on any image below.


Copyright 1997 Jim Steranko


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