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Antic Magazine, Volume 1, Number 1


Volume 1

Volume Issue Date Title
1 1 April, 1982 Introductory Issue
1 2 June, 1982 Communications
1 3 August, 1982 Printers
1 4 October/November, 1982 Sound and Music
1 5 December/January, 1983 Buyer's Guide
1 6 February/March, 1983 Tools

Volume 2

Volume Issue Date Title
2 1 April, 1983 Games Issue
2 2 May, 1983 Communications
2 3 June, 1983 Data Base Survey
2 4 July, 1983 Computing - The New Adventure
2 5 August, 1983 Graphics
2 6 September, 1983 Computers in Education
2 7 October, 1983 Sports Games
2 8 November, 1983 Sound and Music
2 9 December, 1983 Buyer's Guide
2 10 January, 1984 Atari Printer Survey
2 11 February, 1984 Personal Finance
2 12 March, 1984 The International Atari

Volume 3

Volume Issue Date Title
3 1 April, 1984 Games
3 May, 1984 No issue
3 2 June, 1984 Exploring the XL Computers
3 3 July, 1984 Communications
3 4 August, 1984 Disk Drives
3 5 September, 1984 Computer Graphics
3 6 October, 1984 Computer Learning
3 7 November, 1984 Computer Adventures
3 8 December, 1984 Buyer's Guide
3 9 January, 1985 Super Utilities
3 10 February, 1985 Finance Issue
3 11 March, 1985 Printers
3 12 April, 1985 Computer Frontiers

Volume 4

Volume Issue Date Title
4 1 May, 1985 New Super Ataris
4 2 June, 1985 Computer Arts
4 3 July, 1985 Computer Challenges
4 4 August, 1985 Telecommunications
4 5 September, 1985 Power Programming
4 6 October, 1985 Mind Tools
4 7 November, 1985 New Communications
4 8 December, 1985 Shopper's Guide
4 9 January, 1986 Atari Products are Back!
4 10 February, 1986 Printer Power
4 11 March, 1986 Practical Applications
4 12 April, 1986 Computer Mathematics

Volume 5

Volume Issue Date Title
5 1 May, 1986 Fourth Anniversary Issue
5 2 June, 1986 Summer Computing
5 3 July, 1986 Computer Arts
5 4 August, 1986 Online Communications
5 5 September, 1986 Weather
5 6 October, 1986 Hard Disks
5 7 November, 1986 Personal Finance
5 8 December, 1986 Shopper's Guide
5 9 January, 1987 Talking Atari
5 10 February, 1987 Word Processing
5 11 March, 1987 Inside Atari Corp
5 12 April, 1987 Tax Spreadsheet

Volume 6

Volume Issue Date Title
6 1 May, 1987 Fifth Anniversary
6 2 June, 1987 Atari Animation
6 3 July, 1987 Printing Anything
6 4 August, 1987 Atrai Muscle
6 5 September, 1987 Work and Play
6 6 October, 1987 Football Predictor, Video Prompter, Checkbook Balancer, Education Bonus
6 7 November, 1987 Practical Application Winners, Laptop Connection
6 8 December, 1987 Print Yourself a Happy Holiday
6 9 January, 1988 Sixth Annual Shopper's Guide
6 10 February, 1988 Scanners, First Time Users
6 11 March, 1988 Atari vs. Nintendo and Sega
6 12 April, 1988 Desktop Video, Tax Spreadsheet

Volume 7

Volume Issue Date Title
7 1 May, 1988 Sixth Anniversary Awards, Printer Spooler
7 2 June, 1988 Atari XF551 Disk Drive and SX212 Modem
7 3 July, 1988 Newsroom Comes to Atari
7 4 August, 1988 Atari Home Turn-On
7 5 September, 1988 Atari Goes Hollywood
7 6 October, 1988 Atari Grand Slam
7 7 November, 1988 Memory Upgrades, Pocket Calendar
7 8 December, 1988 Program Contest Winners, Joystick Roundup
7 9 January, 1989 Shopper's Guide, VCR Tape Calc
7 10 February, 1989 Programming Power
7 11 March, 1989 New DOS Champion
7 12 April, 1989 Get in the Swim

Volume 8

Volume Issue Date Title
8 1 May, 1989 Seventh Anniversary
8 2 June, 1989 Diamond Cartridge
8 3 July, 1989 Atari Glyphics!
8 4 August, 1989 "Mapping the Atari" Returns
8 5 September, 1989 Joystick Test Lab
8 6 October/November, 1989 Money Magic
8 7 December, 1989/January 1990 Seeing Sounds
8 8 February/March, 1990 Atari Recorder

Volume 9

Volume Issue Date Title
9 1 April/May, 1990 King Me
9 2 June/July, 1990 Miniature Golf Plus (Final Issue)

Analog was an Atari centric publication first published in 1982. My collection contains all 88 published issues.


(Submitted April 3, 2009 08:00:14 by Rick)

I had all models of the Atari line and still do. I started with the Atari 400,800,130xe,520,and last but not least the 1040 st. What I've been looking for is the issue and article covering wefax.They had you build a gadget that pluged into the earphone jack of a shortwave having ssb capabilities and the other end pluged into joystick port number one.I built the gadget but don't know how to hook it up to my hp laptop.Can someone help me?


(Submitted December 20, 2008 12:49:01 by Sean)

Now what is someone like you doing with a fairly clean image of Antic v1 #1? I think back to those days typing out (sort of) the damn BASIC programs on my Atari 400 flat keyboard. It eventually included supplements for the Atari ST before that became its own entity, STart which in turn took in the remnants of Antic. It was neat. It was where I learned to use computers - just entering hiigh school at the time. Your site is impressive. Thanks for the look.Even at the Trash- 80 and Commie machines. (g)


(Submitted December 17, 2006 12:24:46 by michael brown)

Go to http://www.atarimagazines.com/ for indexes of Antic, STart, and several other computer magazines.

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