46 From Hell to the Highway
Ron Perlmanís career has spanned decades, but you still might not know his face. Fresh from his reprise as Hellboy, Perlman sheds off the costumes for his newest role in the FX series Sons of Anarchy, while shedding some light for us on his life, career, and love of Nicaraguan cigars.
By Tim Coleman


42 Itís Always Smoky in Philadelphia
Itís the birthplace of America, the comic punching bag of W.C. Fields, and home to six Rocky films. Like many U.S. cities, it has succumbed to the antitobacco fervor and undergone a fairly hefty smoking ban, but once you delve in, you can still find a great cigar in Philadelphia.
By Evan Dashevsky
52 Cigar-shaped Galleries
They are much more than for keeping your cigars from getting cold, cigar labels showcase a mixture of art, technology, marketing, and American cultural history.
By Loy Glenn Westfall
56 A Weekend in 007ís Shoes
One man on an intrepid journey to shed his suburban exterior and find his inner super secret agent. He got all the gadgets, guns, cars, and cigars, and truly found a way to become Bond.
By John Bolton
62 The Man Behind the Family
Before Tim Burton shed light on the dark side of things, there was Charles Addams. For over 70 years, his fictional family of freaks and ghoulish weirdos have found themselves at home in magazines; the small and silver screens; and soon, on Broadway in musical form.
By Stephen Cox

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