Knight Rider is Dynamite (and meet a real live unicorn!)

Dynamite knight Rider

Browsing around Flickr, I came across the picture above and was instantly drawn to one of the cover headlines:

Meet a Real Live Unicorn!

It wasn’t enough that they had David Hasselhoff siting on K.I.T.T., giving his thumbs-up to a previous issue. No, the way to really make sales is by offering readers the chance to meet fictitious beasts whilst buttering them up with a FREE Unicorn poster and FREE Stickers!

It has to be said, I’m in awe of Dynamite magazine. Find more magazine covers here.

Hayden Yale

Child of the 80's. Born, raised and living in the Cheshire countryside, England.Lover of fan art, especially if it is based on my childhood heroes from Masters of the Universe, Thundercats, Transformers and TMNT. Penchant for almost anything retro, especially movies, games and art.

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5 thoughts on “Knight Rider is Dynamite (and meet a real live unicorn!)

  1. Max Power says:

    I guess that was the “unicorn” Ringling Bros was flogging in their circus in the 1980s.

  2. This is one of four issues I have a complete scan of thanks to the Interwebs. I actually tweeted Scholastic a couple weeks ago asking if they had Dynamite in the archives and they asked if I meant some recent mag they do called Dynamath or something similar. I told them no, I’m old, I meant the original Dynamite.

    Their reply:
    Thanks for your suggestion; we’ll be sure to share it with our Classroom Magazines group! Is there a certain article/issue you’re interested in? If so, please DM/Follow us with the info & we’ll see what we can do!

    I said I was hoping they could do reprints of them, possibly using Kickstarter or something like it. And that was the, seemingly, end of it.

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