Daily Mirror offers free digital “Dennis the Menace” comic

Dennis the Menace - Digital Comic - Cover


Top British newspaper The Mirror has teamed up with DC Thomson and digital comics distributor Me Books to give you a free interactive copy of Dennis the Menace comic.

So if your little Menaces are getting a bit bored this half term, try this free interactive copy of Dennis the Menace (normal price £1.49), jam-packed with pranks, jokes, mischief and mayhem.

Here’s how to get it… but be quick, because the offer only runs until Saturday 13th November 2014.

First, simply register your details at mebooks.co/mirror and then download the ‘Me Comics App’ via the iTunes or Google Play app stores.

Once you have downloaded the app, simply tap on ‘Shop’ and log in via ‘Account’.

Then tap on the ‘My Books’ tab and your Dennis the Menace Issue 2 comic will be waiting for you to download on to you iOS or Android device.

Claimants will need their own mobile device running either iOS 5.1+ or Android 4.0.3+ to participate in this promotion.

It is, and normally costs £1.49.

So what are you waiting for? Keep your little ones occupied for hours on end and download your freebie today.

You can also download Dennis a & Gnasher’s Prank Sticker app today and add some fun to your photos by choosing from over 100+ Beano themed stickers to slap on your snaps. The prank sticker app is only available on iPad and iPhone devices and requires iOS 6 or later to work.

Just head over to the iTunes Store and search for ‘Dennis & Gnasher Prank Sticker’ app – but be quick as it’s only free until Saturday 1st November 2014



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