MARVEL SUPER HEROES MAGAZINE is all-ages fun!

One of the questions that plagues the comic book industry is, how do we bring in new readers? Let’s face it, the days of kids buying comics off spinner racks at stationary stores and 7-11 are long gone. And, even when they DO have access to comics, kids are dropped into the mire that is superhero continuity.
 
Enter MARVEL SUPER HEROES MAGAZINE.
 
Part comic book, part entertainment magazine, part HIGHLIGHTS, this mag is filled with stories, games, and information. More importantly, it’s a LOT more fun than having your comic reading uncle sum up decades of stories and retcons.
 
Check out this info sheet the gang at MARVEL SUPER HEROES Magazine sent us.  Then, be sure to watch the new episode of FFFIC, the Famous Faces & Funnies/InvestComics review show (you can find right here on InvestComics & InvestComicsTV on Saturday 5/12) to find out how you can win a free one-year subscription (8 issues) from MARVEL MAGAZINE and INVESTCOMICS!
 
Plus, for a link to their mini-trailer and magazine subscription information: CLICK HERE 
 
 
MARVEL SUPER HEROES MAGAZINE FACT SHEET
ABOUT MARVEL SUPER HEROES MAGAZINE
 
Marvel Super Heroes magazine invites families to bring home the “Mighty Marvel Universe!”
Readers must get ready to join forces with all their favorite Avengers. Each issue features
exciting comics, brain-teasing puzzles, cool activities and fun cutouts, plus, an amazing looking
collectible poster.
 
FAST FACTS
Publisher: Disney Publishing Worldwide
On-sale: May 1, 2012
Page Count: 36 pages
Retail Outlets: Wal-Mart, Target, B&N, Kroger stores, and Comic Book stores
Target Age: Boys 8 – 10 [Editor’s Note: My 6 year old daughter LOVED it, too!]
Retail Price: $4.99
Subscription Price: $29.92 for 8 issues (25% off the cover price)
 
PAGE BY PAGE: WHAT’S INSIDE THE MARVEL UNIVERSE?
Amazing Comics: All-new adventures of familiar Marvel Super Heroes.
Pull-Out Posters: Hang up full-color posters of the Avengers of the Marvel Universe.
Mighty Marvel Fun: Games, puzzles, cutouts, quizzes, Super Hero IQs, collectible bios
plus loads of other fun pages.
 
ABOUT DISNEY MAGAZINES
From the magic of Disney Princess and Disney Fairies to the exciting world of Disney·Pixar Cars,
Disney Publishing Worldwide’s Global Magazine division publishes a kaleidoscopic range of
children’s content with approximately 250 titles in 72 countries around the world. For kids,
Disney’s Standard Character titles are by far the most popular, including
Topolino, Le Journal de Mickey and Donald Duck, with content targeting boys, girls, and tweens through familiar
franchises, including Toy Story, Winnie the Pooh, and Cars.

1 thought on “MARVEL SUPER HEROES MAGAZINE is all-ages fun!

  1. Think kids will definitely enjoy this. And I think part of the problem is that places like a 7/11 don’t even sell comics anymore. There fore, making one easy way of access gone.

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