Once Upon a Time Magazine Now On Sale

Once Upon a TimeABC’s hit show, Once Upon a Time, now has its own magazine!  Titan Magazines is giving fans the chance to go behind the scenes of the magical drama.

Issue #1 of 2 has already hit newsstands and the second issue will be arriving in the summer of 2013.  The first issue has 148 pages of exclusive cast interviews, including:

-Jennifer Morrison discussing how the extraordinary script offered her a challenge as an actor and opportunity for character growth
-Jared Gilmore talking about playing Storybrooke’s little bookworm
-Meghan Ory contemplating what it’s like to play a wolf in a sassy waitress’s clothing
-Lana Parrilla talking about what it takes to be the Evil Queen
-Revelations from the show’s creators, including Adam Horowitz and Edward Kitsis

And that’s not all.  The magazine also shows fans the behind the scenes work that goes into making the show, from the costumes to the fairytale settings to the special effects.  Issue #1 also contains a guide to the first season and some hints about what’s to come for the rest of season 2.  Issue #2 will contain an interview with star Gennifer Goodwin and more production information.

Head to a newsstand or a specialty comic book store to pick up your copy today.  The magazine also goes on sale in in the U.K. on March 7. and in Australia and New Zealand on April 13.

Once Upon a Time airs on Sunday nights on ABC.  Visit our Once Upon a Time page for spoilers, recaps, sneak peeks and more.

 

 

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