Making Bad Good With Hasbro Marvel Super Hero Mashers #MiMashup

Disclosure:  This is part of a product review campaign with Latina Mom Bloggers and Hasbro; complimentary products were provided.  However, all opinions expressed are my own.
Hasbro Marvel Super Hero Mashers
My littles were so excited when we got a box of Hasbro Marvel Super Hero Mashers in the mail.  They could tell that Iron Man and Captain America were different from their other toys.  Omie studied the back of the boxes but Duke immediately knew that he could interchange parts and accessories and create his own super hero or villain.  Duke started talking about how he can make "Iron America" and if we bought other mashers he can make all kinds of heroes!  I was excited to see his excitement about creating new characters... we're always encouraging creativity and the mashers make it easy for kids to use their imaginations.  Duke had his own thoughts:
Duke: Hey mom, so if I give Dr. Doom Iron Man's legs that makes Dr. Doom half super hero!
Me: Basically!
Duke:  That's awesome, I always wanted to make the bad guys good!

I like to think my sons are my best mashups - my husband is Mexican and I'm just a big ol' mix of Filipino, Chamorro, Spanish, German and Chinese.  We use our cultures & life experiences and take on the World!  

Create a virtual HASBRO MARVEL SUPER HERO MASHER here!

Join us for the Hasbro Marvel Super Hero Mashers #MiMashup Twitter Party on 2/11 from 9-10 pm EST.  Follow @LatinaMomBlogs for details.
Hasbro Marvel Super Hero Mashers
Duke with Iron Man and Captain America before the transformation begins...
Hasbro Marvel Super Hero Mashers
There are 20 unique MARVEL SUPER HERO MASHERS characters planned for 2014 - we only used 2 here, imagine the combinations!  Hasbro Marvel Super Hero Mashers
I was secretly excited that we got Iron Man because he's my favorite!
Hasbro Marvel Super Hero Mashers



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raised by culture: Making Bad Good With Hasbro Marvel Super Hero Mashers #MiMashup

Friday, February 7, 2014

Making Bad Good With Hasbro Marvel Super Hero Mashers #MiMashup

Disclosure:  This is part of a product review campaign with Latina Mom Bloggers and Hasbro; complimentary products were provided.  However, all opinions expressed are my own.
Hasbro Marvel Super Hero Mashers
My littles were so excited when we got a box of Hasbro Marvel Super Hero Mashers in the mail.  They could tell that Iron Man and Captain America were different from their other toys.  Omie studied the back of the boxes but Duke immediately knew that he could interchange parts and accessories and create his own super hero or villain.  Duke started talking about how he can make "Iron America" and if we bought other mashers he can make all kinds of heroes!  I was excited to see his excitement about creating new characters... we're always encouraging creativity and the mashers make it easy for kids to use their imaginations.  Duke had his own thoughts:
Duke: Hey mom, so if I give Dr. Doom Iron Man's legs that makes Dr. Doom half super hero!
Me: Basically!
Duke:  That's awesome, I always wanted to make the bad guys good!

I like to think my sons are my best mashups - my husband is Mexican and I'm just a big ol' mix of Filipino, Chamorro, Spanish, German and Chinese.  We use our cultures & life experiences and take on the World!  

Create a virtual HASBRO MARVEL SUPER HERO MASHER here!

Join us for the Hasbro Marvel Super Hero Mashers #MiMashup Twitter Party on 2/11 from 9-10 pm EST.  Follow @LatinaMomBlogs for details.
Hasbro Marvel Super Hero Mashers
Duke with Iron Man and Captain America before the transformation begins...
Hasbro Marvel Super Hero Mashers
There are 20 unique MARVEL SUPER HERO MASHERS characters planned for 2014 - we only used 2 here, imagine the combinations!  Hasbro Marvel Super Hero Mashers
I was secretly excited that we got Iron Man because he's my favorite!
Hasbro Marvel Super Hero Mashers



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3 Comments:

At February 7, 2014 at 6:35 PM , Blogger Linsey Knerl said...

Those look really sturdy. Thanks for sharing! I think they might withstand my 4 boys' kind of play. LOL

 
At February 7, 2014 at 11:08 PM , Blogger Pattie Cordova said...

So cute! my kids love playing with their Hulk and Captain America too. What a great way for the kids to get creative.

 
At February 9, 2014 at 7:41 PM , Blogger Ruby said...

Iron America looks hella cool nice job Duke!!!

 

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