DISNEY’S PLANET: AN EXPERT’S VIEW - Heard the latest porcupine joke? Then turn to Disney’s Planet, Ben Mills suggests

I liked the jokes and the puzzles in the Sunday Telegraph’s Disney’s Planet comic. Cracking the code puzzle was easy, as was Mickey’s Time for Bed and Sniff ’n’ Smell. But the Even Elevens puzzle, which my dad helped me with, was quite difficult.

I liked the jokes and the puzzles in the Sunday Telegraph’s

Disney’s Planet comic. Cracking the code puzzle was easy, as was

Mickey’s Time for Bed and Sniff ’n’ Smell. But the Even Elevens puzzle,

which my dad helped me with, was quite difficult.



My favourite joke was the one about the porcupines. It goes: What’s a

porcupine’s favourite food? Prickled onions!



The joke I hated most was: Jack eats his peas with honey, he’s done it

all his life. It makes the peas taste funny, but it keeps them on the

knife. It just wasn’t funny at all.



I think the stuff you could send off for was good - a Disney CD-Rom with

information, games and competitions.



I found Weird World, which is facts and record-breaking stuff,

interesting.



Did you know that pigs are the only animals that get sunburned or that

an ostrich egg is so strong a human can stand on it?



There are some things I didn’t like - the fact they wasted a whole page

on a poster of Mulan that wouldn’t be a good poster because the page is

so small and the paper rips very easily. I found the Mulan cartoon

boring, but that’s probably because I’m a boy. But girls might be

interested.



And I didn’t like it because the comic was too short - only 12

pages.



I wouldn’t buy this comic but I would read it if my mum and dad bought

the paper. If I was spending my own money, I would buy Match or Shoot

because I’m interested in football, or Disney Big Time, which is bigger

and you get free stickers and things like a piece of Flubber with

it.



Another time I got a whoopee cushion with it. It’s on better paper too,

which doesn’t tear so easily.



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