Love in the afternoon?Where was the love during the Guza years? Other than the bromance between Sonny and Jason.
I am really surprised Burton didn't make the cover.
Hmmm that is a rather oddly laid out cover. I imagine Jagger made it because he's hot but still odd. Hasn't he been begging to be hired via Twitter?
This is the most ridiculous-looking cover. Where are the Hardys, Webbers, Baldwins?
It would have been cool if they had a hospital with pictures of defining scenes, characters, families in place of the windows for the hospital. Something fun for fans to look at and allow a wave of nostalgia to overcome them.And, like have Luke and Laura's wedding scene be put on the rooftop of the hospital...kinda like a wedding cake topper of a bride and groomThat would have been a kick and something different
I agree. That is exactly what I thought. But still great they did a tribute issue. I'm going to have to go buy one.
Yes, would've been nice to have at least one photo on the cover. That would've been better than the shot of Jagger.
Where was Tristan, the second most popular actor ever on GH. Robert and Holly ran a close second to L&L in the 80s. Those of us who recall just HOW successful the show was back then, know that. Jagger does not belong on there--he was only briefly popular and once he left, quickly went on to other things and forgotten on GH. Tony and Tristan were not forgotten for a moment in all the years after they left. And both are still supremely watchable!We had Geary, Rogers, Richard Dean Anderson, Stuart Damon, Doug Sheehan, Shriner, all during the same years. What a lineup that was!Later there was Anna, VERY popular as a heroine, and Brenda, and Felicia, and Lucy. And Duke, Ned, Jax...So many who were SO memorable. Seems odd that some of these weren't on that cover...
I think the cover is great! I'm sure everyone is featured inside the mag and can't all be on the cover.Granted I would have put Robin, the Q's and Frisco and Felicia instead of Jagger.
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