If you’re a collector of this magazine then mark the date so you can get the last one as ESPN is ending publication of its biweekly magazine after September’s Body issue. The network launched the magazine in 1998 with a forward-looking format that tried to take on rival Sports Illustrated. The Disney-owned company said it would move the magazine’s content to its digital platforms. The popular Body issue has top athletes pose naked and is one of its most anticipated magazines each year. ESPN says most fans are reading content online these days and that is the reason for ending the print magazine. ESPN is considering publishing tentpole collections, such as the Body issue, in different print formats.