I’m following up on the first issue of Sega Visions magazine with the first issue of the beloved Nintendo Power. I can still remember when this issue first came out. I would have just been starting the third grade and I could help but be fascinated with the infamous claymation representation of Mario and the Mushroom Kingdom.
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The original Super Mario Bros was still filling our little elementary school minds and after flipping through this magazine, we were impressed yet fairly confused about this new Super Mario Bros 2 game. It seemed so different from the original game, but of course, Nintendo Power knew how to spin the remake of Doki Doki Panic into something we would all anticipate like nothing before.
First 13 years of Nintendo Power magazine now available online! My experience with Nintendo Power is recent. I subscribed the last 2-3 years of its existence, and I keep the last issue as a collector item. That said, I never read any of the first issues of the magazine that started circulating in 1988.
In addition to the huge SMB2 preview, there is also a good walkthrough of Zelda and a ton of other Nintendo nostolgia to be found.
Enjoy Issue #1!
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I originally got this puppy from Underground Gamer, but it was originally scanned by the great team over at RetroMags
You can also find more magazine PDFs in the Magazine category
- PDF: Nintendo Power #5 – Jan/Feb 1989. I’m getting back into the whole magazine thing again and this time I have number 5 of the ultimate fanboy mag, Nintendo Power. This time around, we are welcomed by a cover story of Ninja Gaiden. I hope he doesn’t kill me for pointing this out, but it looks like the Ninja from Ask A Ninja was a.
- NESGameAtlas-NintendoPlayer'sGuide.pdf (file size: 78.37 MB, MIME type: application/pdf) File history Click on a date/time to view the file as it appeared at that time.
- Nintendo Power Issue 008 (September-October 1989)daisy.zip download Nintendo Power Issue 009 (November-December 1989)daisy.zip download Nintendo Power Issue 010 (January-February 1990)daisy.zip download.
I have compiled pages from Nintendo Power magazine into collections that focus on individual games featured in the Super NES Classic (plus Super Mario 64 to celebrate Super Mario Odyssey). I've done some light editing to some of the images to make them fit better when viewing two pages at a time in landscape orientation. If you use double page view, look for an option in the CBZ app that treats the cover as a separate page. This collection also includes the Nintendo Power comics (the Super Metroid comic should be viewed in single page view).
If you need a free app on Windows 10 that can open CBZ files, Comix is the one I use:
If you need a free app on Android that can open CBZ files, Comic Screen is the one I use:
If you need a free app on iPad that can open CBZ files, ComicFlow is the one I use:
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If you need a free app on iPhone that can open CBZ files, CloudReaders is the one I use:
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My source for Act 6 from the Star Fox comic was this website (although I belive the original scanner was a Star Fox fan website):
The Zelda comic pages were converted from the official Zelda website by David Butler. You can download more Zelda comics from this website:
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Most of the pages were scanned by contributors to Retromags. You can download full Nintendo Power issues from their website: