Monday, November 7, 2011

Big G cereals and DC Comics Review and Giveaway

Hold on to your capes for a breakfast of heroic proportions!
Big G cereals and DC Comics  have combined powers in their dedicated efforts to promote reading among children. They have enlisted the help of the Justice League, from Batman to Wonder Woman to Green Lantern, and they are coming right to your breakfast table! Available now, specially marked Big G cereal boxes feature action packed, collectable Justice League comic books.
Want more action adventure? Each comic contains a link to Big G Cereal Heroes for continuations of each story, not to mention a cut-out DC Super Hero mask on the back of the box perfect for helping the Justice League fight crime at breakfast time!

Participating Big G cereal include; Cinnamon Toast Crunch (17 oz.), Lucky Charms (16 oz.), Honey Nut Cheerios (17 oz.), Trix (14.8 oz.), Golden Grahams (16 oz.), Reese’s Puffs(18 oz.) and Cocoa Puffs (16.5 oz.)

My kids loved the comics! I love that Big G Cereal teamed up with DC Comics to get kids reading more. With all the video games out there these day kids need to read more. I am not to picky about what my kids read as long as it's age appropriate and has words not just pictures. So these comics have the best of both neat pictures with words as well so mom and kids were both happy campers.

 I was given the chance to give the same prize pack I received to one of my readers. So in the prize pack the lucky winner will get-
~~1 box of a participating Big G cereal
~~1 set of the collectable DC Super Hero comic books
~~1 Green Lantern action figure
Please leave your email with entry so I can contact you if your the winner.
Mandatory Entry- Follow me publicly via GFC- 1 entry
Extra Entry- Who would like the comic books in your family?- 1 entry
This giveaway will end 11-16-11
The winner will have 48hrs to contact me or I will have to pick another winner.

“Disclosure: Product, information, and giveaway have been provided by General Mills and DC ENTERTAINMENT through MyBlogSpark"