Impact (action entertainment magazine)

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Editor John Mosby & Mike Leeder
Categories Anime, Eastern and Action Movie Magazine
Frequency Monthly
First issue January 1992
Final issue
— Number
January 2012
Company MAI Publications
Country United Kingdom
ISSN 0964-6957

Impact was a monthly magazine published in the United Kingdom between January 1992[1] and January 2012. Founded and initially edited by film maker Bey Logan, 241 issues were published during its twenty-year history. After the magazine ceased publication, it continued as an online presence. It is likely modelled on its French counterpart, also known as Impact, which was started in 1986. It covers the field of action entertainment: including Hong Kong action cinema, worldwide martial arts films, Hollywood productions, anime, comics, action films and East Asian cinema in general. The website is edited by John Mosby, with Mike Leeder acting as Eastern Editor from the Hong Kong office, and Andrez Bergen as Tokyo Correspondent.

Filmmakers such as Phil Hobden (Left For Dead and Ten Dead Men) write regular articles for the magazine.


  1. ^ "Impact". MA-Mags. Retrieved 21 April 2017. 

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