LONDON—Is the internet ready for a fully interactive adult magazine? The folks behind today’s launch of FLY magazine absolutely think so.

Fly is a totally free monthly digital magazine covering all aspects of the adult industry. Fly previews stars and productions and reviews the top titles, spreading industry news worldwide.

Fly was originally introduced as Knuckle magazine, but publisher Neville King said, “Exhaustive and extensive market research helped fine-tune the product, which has become the hipper and hotter Fly. Fly will connect with both the young and the old, men and women, from the hardcore fan to the casual and interested users; Fly will appeal to all."

The debut issue of Fly is packed with exclusive features, reviews, news and interviews. Among the highlights of this issue are interviews with top French adult movie producer Gregory Dorcel and starlet Tori Black, who is also its cover girl. This issue will also take a look at Barbie porn—lucky old Ken, eh?—and the weird and wonderful Japanese sex industry, plus check out the porn parody that everyone’s talking about: Vivid’s spoof of The Incredible Hulk.

In addition, porn’s sexiest agony aunt, Bobbi Starr, will be sorting out reader sex lives and the publication will go on set with a spoof vampire movie that features some of Hollywood’s top studs and starlets. The site’s review section covers the biggest new adult movie releases, including the likes of Ghostbusters XXX and a raunchy hardcore version of Star Trek: The Next Generation. There’s also plenty of juicy news and gossip—and where else could anyone read about how to buy a bottle of Ron Jeremy’s rum?

Fly’s editor explained, "The media integration that goes into Fly is something publishers in the adult industry have tried to do for years. There's no reason why video content has to be distinct and separate from a centerfold or a video review, or why our readers can't access the magazine no matter where they are in the world. Fast internet connections and computing technology have come to a point where an online magazine like Fly is possible, and we're excited to be the first to launch something truly new and revolutionary in the adult industry. This magazine will be truly fly.” 

For editorial inquiries, email Jason Maskell.

For advertising information, email Neville King.

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