Today the thirty seventh issue of Club Penguin’s magazine is available for sale in the United Kingdom, although some lucky penguins were able to find it earlier in the week such as yesterday. This week’s issue is a holiday special.
Here is the table of contents in this issue:
- Pirate Crab Attack
- The Really Wise Words of Sensei
- Fashion 4 U: Festive Fabulous
- EPF Alert
- Comic: Diva Napped!
- Cadence’s Catwalk: New Species
- Herbert Hates Christmas!
- Puffle Tree Hangers
- Cool Cribs
- Sensei’s Surprise!
- Gary’s Experiments: Dissolving Rocks
- Santa Penguin Delivery!
- Comic: Christmas Countdown!
- Agent G Mail!
- VIP: Busling
- Issue 38 Sneak Peek
The Pirate Crab Attack section has a little blurb about the Pirate Party.
Shiver me timbers! Pesky pirate crabs be takin’ over me ship! Join me crew from 20th November to 3rd December to battle the crabs and restore our pirate pride!
Here is the sneak peek for the 38th issue:
The next issue will be on sale December 11th. It will come with a free Puffle Pinball, 1500 coins, and three free items for your penguin: Blue Goggles, Cool Ski Boots, and a Racing Sled. The 38th issue will have a theme of fun Winter sports.
Also, Bloxxerman pointed out to me that the quality of Club Penguin’s magazine is deteriorating. I found it interested so I’m republishing what he said to me here:
I have a bad feeling the Club Penguin magazine circulation is starting to deteriorate, and is therefore in danger of ending. There are a few notes to this: first of all, the magazine used to have exclusive items, however now there are never any exclusive items, and it’s always old ones. Second, a few issues ago, the magazine started to be printed on lower quality paper. The cover was nice and glossy before, and now it’s just regular paper. The free gifts are almost always repeats now, and now this issue didn’t even come in a bag. The free gift was sellotaped in the front, and the code is now on the first page, so they’re not even bothering to protect it anymore. Anyone could just walk in, open the mag, write down the code, and use it. Now this could just all be cost-cutting measures, but it’s not good signs in a magazine. Hopefully it all turns out to be nothing!