DC Comics and Big G Present #Superheroing with the JUSTICE LEAGUE

My toddler is NUTS about superheroes right now, especially Batman. And I’ve always loved Wonder Woman, the way she kicks butt, takes names, and looks fantastic doing it. My oldest is into the storylines in comic books and the dynamics between the villains and the superheroes.

Did you have a favorite superhero growing up? Which ones do your kids identify with?

I think what I love most about comic books and the Justice League in particular is that the good guys are almost always saving someone from the bad guys. They’ve changed over the years, but there are always heroes for kids to look up to….someone to protect an underdog, a city, or all of humanity from evil forces at work.

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And in the case of the Justice League, these superheroes work as a team, each using a special skill to combat the villains. I love that kids can get this from the awesome characters…that everyone is unique, and special, and that there is good in the world.

Fans of the Justice League can look for a set of four collectible DC comics in specially marked Big G cereals starting now and until supplies last (end of April 2014). Participating Big G cereals include Cinnamon Toast Crunch™ (12.2 oz. and 21.25 oz.), Lucky Charms™ (20.5 oz.), Honey Nut Cheerios™ (12.25 oz. and 21.6 oz.), Trix™ (10.7 oz.), Cookie Crisp™ (11.25 oz.), and Reese’s® Puffs® (13 oz.). Big G cereals can be found at all mass grocery retailers across the country. A bonus fifth issue is available in Cheerios at Target.

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On the back of every specially marked box are pieces of superhero swag that you or your kids can cut out and wear, to become members of the Justice League.

Collect them all for your little super heroes!

Thanks to Big G for sponsoring today’s discussion and helping us find our inner super heroes.

Comments

  1. Fun! My kids are BIG TIME into Wonder Woman!

  2. My kids love superheros! I used to love them too. When we were little, my brother and I weren’t twins but we used to play like we were the Wonder Twins. Remember? They would put their rings together and say “Wonder Twins Activate–Form of An Eagle” and the other one would say “Form of A Pail of Water.” So weird, but so fun.

  3. Awe! You have such awesome children. I sure miss the days of the little ones sitting around and reading comics. It’s the grandchildren now…so cool.
    Thanks for sharing.
    Hugs,
    Tammy

  4. Looks like your kids loved their masks as much as mine!

  5. I pretty much loved the Wonder Twins. Not sure if they are technically super heroes, but anyone who could turn into an animal or ice at will was cool in my book.

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