Misha Cross, Agatha Vega Team Up on June 'Hustler' Cover

CENTURY CITY, Calif.—The June issue of Hustler magazine is set to hit newsstands May 30, 2024, featuring Polish sensation Misha Cross and Venezuelan beauty Agatha Vega on the cover and in a 14-page pictorial, “Go for It,” shot by renowned photographer Ellen Stagg.

Hustler has always been a brand I’ve admired and dreamed of gracing the cover since first shooting with them in 2014 in Los Angeles,” Cross said. “It’s a name I’m honored to represent and to be associated with. And working with Agatha Vega and Ellen Stagg for this cover was a great experience.”

Russian-born bombshell Kelly Collins takes center stage in “I'm Pretty Kinky,” a 12-page spread captured by Davide Esposito. 

The issue also presents “Legs for Days,” a curated collection of leggy Honeys, and “Hot Letters” a collection of the steamiest confessions from devoted readers. 

Alyx Star and Jodie Star also adorn their own layouts, and Iris Ivy flaunts her charms in “Playing Footsie,” captured by Larry Flynt Productions.

"In this first issue of the summer, get ready for a sizzling hot experience that is an absolute must-read for anyone who enjoys exciting spreads featuring beautiful women from around the globe,” said Anne Denbok, editorial director of Hustler magazine. “Our pages are filled with red-hot content that will ignite your senses.”

Celebrate generations coming together in “Teens Swing With Couples,” featuring the quartet of Whitney OC, Reyna Belle, Nicole Aria and Myra Moans, and enjoy the playful escapades of Nevaeh and Charlie Laine in the classic “Get Your Licks In,” captured by Mark Lit.

Also found in the June issue's pages is an interview with comedian Dan Cummins, who shares anecdotes from his colorful career, including encounters with psychedelics, workplace mishaps and the perils of hecklers.

Lastly, in the issue’s Publisher's Statement, Liz Flynt warns against Republican efforts to restrict women's reproductive rights, highlighting recent challenges to abortion access and the threat of a federal ban if Donald Trump is elected.