The Best Comic Book Present You Can Give Children This Christmas

The Phoenix Weekly comic book is, basically, the best comic book ever created for children. Better than The Eagle, better then Tiger, better than early 2000AD, better thanArchie Comics, better than Adventure Time and, yes, better than My Little Pony. An anthology with a massive range of comics and comic styles, all creted by extremely talented professionals, it is comic book perfection for children. Mine love it, possibly more than they love their parents.

If you have children, or you know someone who has, and you want them to experience the full potenial of the medium. then this is it. A Phoenix grab bag and then five issues of the comic every week, for £14.99.

It’s bloody brilliant. Indeed, if you know British children who don’t get The Phoenix, then it’s akin to child deprevation. Get in there and make a difference.

Non-Brits can call +44 1604 251 490 for overseas subscription deals.

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