Nickelodeon Magazine

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Nickelodeon Magazine was a print magazine published by Nickelodeon, a cable television network aimed at children. The magazine primarily targeted children aged 6-14, and featured various articles, comics, and other content related to popular Nickelodeon television shows.

The magazine was first published in 1993 and ceased publication in 2009, with a total of 216 issues released over its 16-year run. During its peak, the magazine had a circulation of over 1 million copies, making it one of the most popular children's magazines in the United States.

Each issue of Nickelodeon Magazine typically included a mix of features and columns, covering a range of topics related to Nickelodeon shows and popular culture. The magazine also included comics featuring characters from popular Nicktoons such as "Ren & Stimpy," "Rugrats," and "SpongeBob SquarePants."

Despite its success, declining readership and the rise of digital media eventually led to the magazine's cancellation in 2009. Nickelodeon continued to produce other digital content targeted towards children, including websites and mobile apps.

Nickelodeon Magazine won several awards during its run, including numerous Parents' Choice Awards and a National Magazine Award in 2006 for General Excellence in the category of Under 12.


Despite its cancellation, Nickelodeon Magazine remains a nostalgic touchstone for many individuals who grew up in the 1990s and 2000s. The magazine's blend of humor, pop culture commentary, and Nicktoon-based comics continue to be remembered fondly by many in the current generation.{{Categories}}

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