I can't see any benefit at all.
If you're trying to sell the same magazine with a few logo variations, then instead of creating a page for each variation, merge them together to create just only one page about the magazine itself and show pictures of the variations on the same page.
The differences between two pages should be large enough for them to naturally qualify as separate pages on the web, otherwise they will run into Google's duplicate content penalty. This means some pages will never be indexed.
Also, search engines do not understand graphics in web pages when trying to index them in search engines and because of this and your idea, there's a likelihood that Google will flag your site for having duplicate content.
You're better off redirecting the 4 - 9 domains to one common domain.
You may also want to search the web for tools that check your domains for duplicate content before making them all available to the web.