Thursday, October 22, 2015

Nickelodeon Magazine

***Nickelodeon Magazine's First Holiday-Themed Release Is Full  Of Spooky Silliness***

The Halloween issue of Nickelodeon Magazine promises creepy comics, games & more, starring characters from your favorite Nickelodeon shows.
Nickelodeon and Papercutz are delivering frightful Halloween fun in the latest issue of Nickelodeon Magazine. Nick's latest animated hit Harvey Beaks makes its magazine debut in the spook-tacular comic escapade, "Flying Lanterns," while the Breadwinners bounce into an exciting all-new adventure in "Journey to the Bottom of the Seats."

As Nickelodeon and Papercuts first special holiday release, this issue of Nickelodeon Magazine brings Halloween spirit out in full force and features the interactive game "Say What?" as well as Sanjay and Craig cut out masks so fans can dress as their totally -rad favorite Nick characters for Halloween or just for fun. There's also the October calendar that highlights something special to celebrate every day of the month, such as National Moldy Cheese Day and Reptile Awareness Day.

This seasonal celebration is not just a fun filled read for little ghouls and goblins, it's also a terrific party favor or giveaway for parents looking for an alternative to candy. And, while Nickelodeon Magazine may be habit forming, the end result is a passion for reading. How's that for a cool trick?

Current issues of Nickelodeon Magazine are available in print at newsstands, bookstores and comic book stores everywhere, by subscription on the Papercutz website.and digitally on iTunes, Amazon, Google Play, Comixology and Zinio, but we have partnered with Nickelodeon to offer one lucky reader a chance at a One Year Subscription to Nickelodeon Magazine. 

Happy Haunting !!!!!

Visit for more information along with games,videos, episodes and more


  1. I love reading to my grandsons!! I would love to win the Nickelodeon Magazine!!


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