The February 1987 issue of Playboy Magazine encompasses a rich array of interviews, pictorials, articles, and fiction, all epitomizing the classic Playboy style and substance.
The issue opens with a captivating Playboy Interview with Mickey Rourke, where he divulges personal aspects of his life and career. The articles on 'Cocaine' and 'Drug Tests' offer a thorough insight into the controversial world of narcotics, while 'The View from Courtside' symposium and 'Illegal Procedure?' article provide fascinating sports-related content.
In the fashion section, 'Old Guard/Avant-Garde' explores the shifting trends, and 'Intermission', a work of fiction, adds to the literary appeal of the issue. The pictorial 'Being Bitten' and 'Mafia Princess' add an element of intrigue and allure to the magazine's offerings.
The issue continues with the short story 'The Last Route', followed by an informative piece on 'Coffee: Not the Same Old Grind'. 'Easy Rider', the Playboy's Playmate of the Month, and Playboy's signature Party Jokes keep the readers hooked.
'Call of the Wild' and 'Don't Panic' are thought-provoking articles that spark interest, while 'Flight Pay' provides modern living tips for readers. The pictorials featuring Stephanie Beacham of 'The Colbys' and 'Year in Sex' showcase the alluring aspects of the Playboy brand.
The issue concludes with the '20 Questions' segment featuring Ed Begley, Jr. This February 1987 edition of Playboy Magazine is now available for purchase online and in select vintage magazine stores.