- Geek & Sci-Fi
We've seen a look or two in the trailer, but this magazine cover provides a clear, bright look at Daredevil's horrible costume on Netflix.
Vince McMahon is 69-years old and looking JACKED TO THE MOON on the cover of 'Muscle & Fitness.'
Jennifer Lawrence served as a bridesmaid for her new sister-in-law, whose wedding was conveniently picked for the cover of Martha Stewart's Real Weddings.
Issue hits newsstands March 11th.
The thing about the Photoshop job on Kerry Washington is: NOPE.
Kate Upton and Arnold Palmer cozy up on the cover of this month's Golf Digest.
A list of the greatest bands that have never graced the cover of "Rolling Stone."
A collection of the best parodies of Time Magazine's unfortunate "Me Me Me Generation" cover.
UFC Women’s Champion Ronda Rousey graces the cover of ESPN the Magazine for the second time in her already storied career as a professional ass-kicker, this time as part of the Worldwide Network’s publication’s celebration of 15 years as a magazine.
Sometimes I think back to when I was in college, and how I had to hide my copies of Maxim, FHM and Stuff when they arrived in the mail each month, because otherwise my bros and friends would steal them and I’d never get to read the hilarious jokes, check out the latest witty t-shirts or appreciate the bikini-clad women who had already appeared naked in Playboy but felt like reaching a slightly-less-perverted demographic.
It's funny, because Courtney Stodden looks like a corpse.
In honor of Newsweek's regrettable "Muslim Rage" issue, a collection of alarmist covers the magazine has published over the years.