You’re in luck: Playboy Enterprises, the media company behind the magazine, this morning announced a web-based subscription service that gives users the opportunity to read, search and explore every single Playboy issue.
Beware: link to ‘iPlayboy’ above is potentially NSFW, depending on where you W.
Also, the subscription service was actually supposed to launch in March, but hey.
Pricing ranges from $4.95 for 3 days of access to $8.99 per month for a full year.
From the press release:
From the inaugural issue with Marilyn Monroe to the current issue with rock heiress Lizzy Jagger on the cover, iPlayboy features every pictorial, interview, Centerfold, investigative reporting piece, story, advertisement and image that ever appeared in the magazine, more than 130,000 pages in total.
Readers can search for a groundbreaking interview they read years ago, find classic fiction, or read about the most-recent celebrity cover model, all in one place.
The site will be updated with each monthly issue so that it includes current content as well as archival features and pictorials.
Well Woop-dee-doo Basil!
Playboy Enterprises, Inc. is a media and lifestyle company that markets the brand through a wide range of media properties and licensing initiatives. The company publishes Playboy magazine in the United States and abroad and creates content for distribution via television networks, websites, mobile platforms and radio. Playboy began as an American men’s magazine, founded in Chicago, Illinois in 1953, by Hugh Hefner and his associates. In addition to the flagship magazine in the United States, special nation-specific...