If there's a magazine that revels in the possibilities of print more than any other, it just has to be the 382 page King Kong.
With a remit to push the boundaries of art, fashion and photography, King Kong showcases the work of artists, designers, models and musicians working in an almost fearless way. Shot through with a sense of Rocky Horror theatricality, this is a subversive magazine blending fashion, art and image-activism into something wholly original.
King Kong #5, the 'Super' issue, is typically bold and brash, unabashed and confident, trespassing over themes of gender, sexuality and sensuality. It's a very intelligent riff on the implications of using this adjective – remember, while we take 'super' to confer power or empowerment it was also used to mean extra or superfluous...