DC Thomson has launched its Danger Mouse magazine, a four-weekly magazine aimed at primary kids.
It’s of course magazine is based on the hit CBBC show that’s successfully introduced secret agent Danger Mouse to whole new audience, saving London, saving the world and, most importantly, saving Penfold in fantastically absurd adventures.
After winning a fantastic 3.6 million viewers in its first six weeks on CBBC, the all-new TV series of Danger Mouse has been a massive ratings triumph. Ready to replicate this, Danger Mouse Magazine is loaded with laugh out loud jokes, tech-defying gadgets, mind-blowing missions, giant spiders and erm… megalomaniac toilets.
Designed to propel the humour and fun off the screen, the magazine is highly interactive and engaging and will keep kids entertained until the next action-packed episode.
Seriously – as Danger Mouse himself might tell you, there is no better way to start the day than with a twenty-six mile jog, one thousand light sofa push-ups and a read through of Danger Mouse Magazine.
“We’re delighted to announce the arrival of the world’s greatest super-secret agent Danger Mouse and his sidekick Penfold in the all-new Danger Mouse Magazine,” says Gareth Whelan, Editor in Chief. “DC Thomson has a proven track record for successful magazine publishing and our vast experience in the children’s market is backed by commitment, enthusiasm and passion for providing fun, age-appropriate content.
“Working alongside FremantleMedia Kids & Family, we are confident that we will deliver a highly interactive and engaging magazine that replicates the fast-paced rollercoaster ride the TV series provides.”
• Danger Mouse magazine is on sale now, priced £3.99 in all good newsagents (and some run by Baron Greenback). Issue one comes with a Danger Mouse eye patch and invsi-pen