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Panini publishes Power Rangers Samurai magazine

The four weekly title launches on April 19th.
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Panini's new 36-page Power Rangers Magazine is targeted at boys aged four to seven and will launch in major UK retail outlets on April 19th.

Cheryl Easterbrook, product marketing manager at Panini UK said: “The new Power Rangers magazine will bring all the action and adventure to life through comic strips, colouring, puzzles, activities and easy-to-read facts. Every Power Ranger fan will be powering their way to the shops to enjoy the latest adventures of their favourite morphing superheroes.”

For the cover price of £2.99 kids will also get a free Tribal Shooter toy and stickers.

The mag will be supported on Power Rangers broadcaster Nickelodeon, online and has secured significant promotional space with major retail groups and independent retailers.

Power Rangers' master toy licensee Bandai is running a competition in the maiden issue.

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