The March 1984 issue of Playboy Magazine presents an exciting mix of insightful interviews, fascinating articles, enticing pictorials, and captivating special features.
The magazine starts with an opinion piece titled "A Reporter's Notebook: Killing Us Softly," followed by a candid interview with Moses Malone, one of the most dominant centers in the history of professional basketball. His candid conversation in the Playboy Interview offers deep insights into Malone's life and career.
In this issue, readers can enjoy a feature article titled "The Manly Arts" exploring the essence of masculinity. Also, "The Betrayal of John Lennon" presents an intriguing perspective on the life and untimely death of the legendary Beatle.
Food enthusiasts would enjoy "The Great Popcorn Explosion," a write-up that delves into the culinary delights of popcorn. The magazine also showcases an engaging pictorial, "Big & Beautiful," along with another feature titled "Playing Doctor," both of which are bound to captivate readers.
A personality profile on the multitalented actor, playwright, and director Sam Shepard is included in the issue, and Playboy's Playmate of the Month continues to be a mainstay, featuring a new Playmate for the readers to meet.
The humor section continues with "Playboy's Party Jokes" and the satirical comic "Bernard and Huey." In the fashion section, "Rainwear Steels the Show" provides a stylish take on this practical attire.
The issue also contains a feature on modern living titled "Gym Dandy to the Rescue" and an article in the Quarterly Reports series titled "Going for Brokers." Wrapping up the issue is the "Playboy Guide: Wheels," a comprehensive guide for automobile enthusiasts.
The March 1984 issue of Playboy Magazine, full of engaging interviews, articles, pictorials, and special features, is available for purchase on various online platforms and at select vintage magazine stores.