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Updated: 31.08.14


A collection of QL-related magazines from various sources.

QLUB - All 9 issues of the early QL magazine from Sinclair. In actual fact some people say there were 10 issues, although "issue 0" was a 3 page typed introductory letter. Scanned as .PNG files, one page per file. Download each issue as a zipped collection of pages.

QLUB Issue 0 (17MB)
QLUB Issue 1 (9MB)
QLUB Issue 2 (90MB)
QLUB Issue 3 (50MB)
QLUB Issue 4 (73MB)
QLUB Issue 5 (37MB)
QLUB Issue 6
(47MB)
QLUB Issue 7 (42MB)
QLUB Issue 8 (24MB)
QLUB Issue 9 (31MB)

Also available as PDF files:
QLUB Issue 0 (47K)
QLUB Issue 1 (75K)
QLUB Issue 2 (1.2MB)
QLUB Issue 3 (1MB)
QLUB Issue 4 (1.8MB)
QLUB Issue 5 (778K)
QLUB Issue 6 (9MB)
QLUB Issue 7 (10.6MB)
QLUB Issue 8 (6.2MB)
QLUB Issue 9 (7.6MB)

Picture of cover of first issue of QL Adventurers Forum QL Adventurer's Forum - originally published by CGH Services. Scanned as .JPG files, one page per file. Download each issue as a zipped collection of pages.

QLAF Issue 1 (9.8MB)
QLAF Issue 2 (13MB)
QLAF Issue 3 (9.7MB)
QLAF Issue 4 (20MB)
QLAF Issue 5 (21.5MB)
QLAF Issue 6 (23.3MB)
QLAF Issue 7 (27MB)
QLAF Issue 8 (29.8MB)
QLAF Issue 9 (27.8MB)

Also available as PDF files, thanks to Derek Stewart:
QLAF Issue 1 (8.4 MB)
QLAF Issue 2 (11.1 MB)
QLAF Issue 3 (8.5 MB)
QLAF Issue 4 (10.4 MB)
QLAF Issue 5 (18.3 MB)
QLAF Issue 6 (19.7 MB)
QLAF Issue 7 (22.6 MB)
QLAF Issue 8 (23.8 MB)
QLAF Issue 9 (23.4 MB)

Picture of cover of first issue of QL Leisure Review QL Leisure Review - originally published by CGH Services. Scanned as JPG files, one page per file. Download each issue as a zipped collection of pages.

QLLR Issue 1 (24.7MB)
QLLR Issue 2 (25.6MB)

Also available as PDF files, thanks to Derek Stewart:
QLLR Issue 1 (20.9 MB)
QLLR Issue 2 (21.4 MB)

For magazines where I have only made them available as JPEG graphical page scans, here is a handy tip from Marcos Cruz (thanks Marcos). The ".zip" filename extension can be changed to ".cbz", then a comic viewer will open the file, and you can read it as comfortably as with a PDF viewer. I've never used them, but apparently there are free readers around for the most common OS platforms, just search for "comic book reader" or ".cbz reader" on the web. Of course, the hope is that in time I'll be able to make them all available as common PDF files, but until then...


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