Panini readies Blaze and the Monster Machines magazine

‘The magazine is jam-packed with amazing creative that will engage, educate and entertain,’ says Panini’s Jess Tadmor.
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Nickelodeon’s Blaze and the Monster Machines is launching in the form of a magazine for fans to enjoy.

Produced by Panini UK, the pre-school magazine will hit shelves from February 9th, and will be packed full with stories, competitions, puzzles, crafts and fun learning activities.

Issue One will introduce readers to the world of Blaze, AJ and their Monster Machine friends, and also boasts a cut-out racing driver set, plus an activity sticker sheet for £3.99.

“We are delighted to be working with Nickelodeon and Viacom Consumer Products on Blaze and the Monster Machines,” said Jess Tadmor, head of marketing at Panini.

“The magazine is jam-packed with amazing creative that will engage, educate and entertain. Our strong editorial and retail and marketing support make a great launch platform for a very successful magazine.”

Designed for kids aged from three to six years old, the magazine will feature 36 pages.

Marianne James, VP of commercial partnerships, consumer products and experiences, nickelodeon UK and Ireland, said: “Blaze and the Monster Machines is a key part of our largest-ever pre-school portfolio and the property has seen tremendous success both on air and at retail.

”The Panini Blaze and the Monster Machines Magazine is an important extension of the brand, giving fans a new way to experience their favourite show.” 


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