Kids Freebie: Ben 10 Magazine (With Today's Sunday Mirror)

3 October 2010


If you can bring yourself to buy the wonderfully informative example of journalistic literature that is The Sunday Mirror today, then you'll bag your child a free copy of a Ben 10 magazine.

My youngest is a huge Ben 10 fan and his fantatisism seems to have appeared out of nowhere!  Where did he suddenly acquire all of his Ben 10 knowledge from?

Not only that, it turns out the Teenagers know the ins and outs of Ben 10 too - surely 15 and 16 year olds aren't discussing the merits of the latest epsiode of the alien-fighting boy superhero are they?

It beats me, but I have been going on a steep learning curve lately and can now, just about, identify Swampfire and Humongosaur! GO ME!

Kids magazines are expensive at between £3 and £4 a go, so I thought you might appreciate this deal - even though it means you're going to have to physically leave the house and buy a newspaper for 70p ish to get it.

Better still, get someone else to nab you a copy when THEY go out - then they can face the shame of buying the Sunday Mirror.

Failing that - nip past Tescos, or somewhere, first,  grab a cheap Halloween disguise and put it in - then no one will know it's you clutching your copy of a red top 'news'paper complete with Ben 10 magazine!

Thanks to lucerysmum over at HUKD

TOPICS:   Toy Store

1 comment

  • Gate G.
    Start watching Ben 10: Alien Force and you too will be assimilated. My son's best mate's mum recently admitted to me that she watchest it, which was a relief as I thought it was just me! I know it is silly but still, the teenage version has some excellent story arcs to it, and the characters are quite interesting too, even for adults. Oh dear I am a lost cause aren't I? But if you've got Cartoon Network maybe it is a case of anything looking good next to Chowder and *shudders* Flapjack. Oh and also pleased that I've now got a chance to catch up on Star Wars Clone Wars, which wasn't anywhere near as bad as I thought it would be at all. So my Star Wars ratings now go Empire Strikes Back (best movie of all time), Star Wars (up there because it was the first, and ground breaking, but really ...) and then Star Wars Clone Wars. Everything else in that universe is filed under well that's two hours of my life I'll never get back.

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