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eZine 7

Ezine Issue 7Issue 7 of our online magazine is out now. This issue is one of the most jam-packed we’ve ever produced. If it had seams, they would definitely be bursting!

As ever, we bring you a hugely varied collection of articles and features: ranging from the TV phenomenon Game of Thrones to an exclusive fashion-shoot with the iconic Dr Martens brand.

We also explore the wartime history of Bletchley Park’s Block E, which is now the home of Maybe Magazine, some of the biggest computer games coming out this year, and a host of health issues. Are we eating too much sugar? What’s the best way to look after your skin? Find out all this and more in eZine 7!

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eZine 6

Ezine 6 SmallWe’ve had a scorching hot summer, but I’m afraid if you blinked you may have just missed it. In other news, Google have been showing off (again), commercial cars get the plug-in treatment, and we learn of strange but wonderful things that a Liverpudlian does with his food.

In addition, given that cinematic reboots are all the rage right now, we thought we’d give our movie coverage a reboot of its own – venture on to discover what’s new.

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eZine 5

Ezine 5 SmallSummer is on its way and we have some fantastic features for you to enjoy; all in the name of our ultimate entertainment edition (Part II for the more astute).

We’ve been cosying up with UB40’s Ali Campbell and also theatre’s Nina Kristofferson, spying on our favourite pirate Johnny Depp, getting all constructive with upcoming DVD releases and we review Marvel’s latest blockbuster, The Amazing Spiderman 2.

But don’t worry, if Spidey doesn’t tingle your senses, we’ve also got… Hold on! Why wouldn’t you like the webbed one?

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eZine 4

EZine 4 SmallIn the lead up to Christmas, we share our top 5 festive films and look back over the legendary World War I truce.

We bring you up-to-speed on all the highlights of the movie calendar, we give our verdict on Jaguar’s brutish F-Type and the comedy genius Warwick Davis asks us the secret to making people laugh (well, ok, we ask him – but we’re funny too, right?)

To celebrate the release of The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug, we profile Peter Jackson and compile a list of his top 5 characters of all time. In addition, we review a variety of restaurants and set Sony’s PlayStation 4 up against Xbox One.

This is, of course, the ultimate Christmas issue and yes, we have more, but you’re going to have to unwrap us to find out (come on, let’s not pretend you don’t like surprises). Whatever your plans are this year, just remember to eat, drink and be Maybe… or is it merry?

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eZine 3

EZine 3 SmallThis latest issue of Maybe Magazine Online is again packed cover to cover with an array of varied and absorbing reads and as always, there is something interesting for everyone to enjoy.

This issue features three movie reviews including the latest Bond caper, Skyfall. In addition we look at Marvel’s Avengers Assemble as the high-concept superhero spectacle Hulk-smashes the previous box-office records. Finally to celebrate its triple Oscar success, we take a view of Argo, a major triumph for novice director Affleck who also plays the lead.

We have been busy in the theatre for this issue with three epic shows, including Hairspray and the stage version of the iconic TV comedy, Birds of a Feather.

Fashion house Next have just released their latest lingerie range and we take a glance at the art of make-up. We’ve also included a wide mix of diverse and interesting topics for you to read and enjoy. We would like to offer special thanks to Katy Jackson for her efforts and contributions towards this issue.

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eZine 2

EZine2 SmallWelcome to another fantastic issue of Maybe Magazine.

As always, there is plenty for everyone and as you will see, this edition is no exception. Check out the world of stock car racing at Standlake Arena in Oxford. Our regular fashion feature looks at the latest styles from Sadaf Rafa of Ummi Couture: a style guru whose inspiration is drawn from Asia. Also in this issue we talk to Ian Broudie of the cult 90s band The Lightning Seeds.

‘Big Birds in High Wycombe’ is a must-read about enthusiasts who have rescued the red kite from virtual extinction. On the entertainment side, funny man Mark Watson tells us why he’s so funny. Finally, Platform 51 in Northhampton, previously the YWCA, gave us an insight into the lives of some brave young women.

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