Well, not everything is scannable, but you're right, they're pretty interesting. But it's not a magazine for the mainstream naruto follower for sure...
I've only read about 6 of the manga serialised in Ikki but then again since I doubt any (okay maybe one or two) of us read the actual magazines we aren't gonna get anywhere without a fuckton of generalisations.
They seem to publish much more creative, often very weird, possibly even artistic (though I do despise many of the connotations of that word), short series. I'm envious that the french, and to a lesser extent the rest of mainland western Europe, get so many of the manga published in there licensed.
Hope so, though I doubt the kids who follow Naruto today, will read anything different. It's like the Harry Potter of Mangas.
I mean I recognise that Shueisha's BIG comics line has a lot to offer as well but there is just so much informaion readily available to build up an impression on the magazine. Perhaps when the new part of the english speaking fanbase ages and develops a bit more we'll see these series getting more attention.