Imazine (pronounced "I'm-a-zine") is a quarterly / irregular fanzine produced by Paul Mason. Today it only exists as occasional PDFs for the development of his Water Margin RPG, but in its print form was the highest quality zine in the 1980s UK RPG fanzine explosion, with fine attention to layout, design, fonts and artwork.
This quality was partly due to the drive of Imazine to cover the narrative style of gaming and the deliberate absence of the 'hardware' material ("new monsters and character classes for D&D") that dominated the rest of the fandom scene in the UK. But also due to much of the material coming from the few professionals and pro-ams in the UK industry, which lead to Imazine being labelled with the curse of 'Hobby Elite'. Despite denying this, Imazine was the main output for rumours and gossip from the leading RPG writers, especially from TSR UK and Games Workshop.
Issue 38 was the final issue of Imazine. The idea of rolling future content into a gaming meta-zine was mentioned in that issue's editorial commentary, but according to Paul Mason the zine is "pretty thoroughly dead at the moment".