EsquireThe AtlanticPlayboysHemingwayRolling Stone EsquiresGQs, Heavy Metal, Outside, National Geographic, Popular Mechanics, Starlog, OmnieBayFatherly can’t vouch for each individual seller personally on either platform, we personally do use both eBay and Esty a lot to buy cool, old things. Let’s buy some magazines!
This 1968 Playboy has writing from John Updike, Arthur Miller, Truman Capote, Allen Ginsberg, Arthur C. Clarke, and more!
Popular Mechanics - February 1933. And Popular Science - December 1933. Cool!
A set of eight Playboys from 1982. Basically, these were your father's Playboys.
Remember when Adventure Magazine still existed?
Eleven awesome issues of Rolling Stone from the '70s!
Remember the great science (and science fiction) magazine Omni? It's featured in Ghostbusters and quoted in Jurassic Park. Take a trip down memory lane!
This 1968 Playboy has features with both Kurt Vonnegut and Stanely Kubrick. What were they talking about back then?
Starlog covered geek TV and movies like Star Trek and Battlestar Galactica. But it also covered Superman, Knight Rider, James Bond, and more! Perfect for nerdy dads.
A vintage lot of Playboys on Etsy!
A cross between sci-fi/horror/science and rock and roll, Heavy Metal lived up to its name.
Remember what GQ actually stands for? Yep, in 1959, it was still called Gentleman's Quarterly.
Boasting fiction from some of the greatest writers of the first half of the 20th Century, Esquire, in some ways, was a lot like what the New Yorker became. Check out these amazing issues from the 1930s and 1940s.
Every product on Fatherly is independently selected by our editors, writers, and experts. If you click a link on our site and buy something, we may earn an affiliate commission.
The post From Vintage Playboys to Rolling Stone, The Best Gifts Are Old Magazines appeared first on Fatherly.