Title: Mad Magazine
Mad Magazine is a comedic magazine full of political satire and social commentary that originated as a comic book before it became a magazine. Mad Magazine has a segment but for movies and TV as well as articles. The cover of the magazine always has a picture of the magazines mascot, Alfred E. Neuman.
Title: Sports Illustrated
Published: 56 issues per year
Sports Illustrated is a must read for die hard sports fans. Covering not only professional sports such as baseball, football, hockey, and basketball, Sports Illustrated also follows college sports as well. Many articles discusses issues of sportsmanship, rule changing, challenges to the sporting world, and they highlight young athletes as well.
Title: Teen Vogue
Published: Ten issues a year
Teen Vogue is a must have for teens interested in style and fashion. As Vogue’s “little sister” magazine it maintains a standard for photo shoots and styling that no other teen fashion magazine has, while still touching on subjects and celebrities relevant to their younger readers.
Title: American Cheerleader
American Cheerleder is a popular teen magazine for girls interested in cheerleading, both competitive and for school. It offers advice, gives tips on training, competitions, and even deals with issues of sportsmanship.
Cheerleading is a very competitive sport and this magazine gives great tips for those girls who are passionate about it.