Just stop it.
When our three year old bullies his Nana into buying him a comic that’s okay. I don’t mind him reading them and discussing the stories, putting the posters up or doing some sticking, all of that’s okay.
BUT WILL YOU STOP PUTTING THE WORLDS CHEAPEST TATTY PLASTIC CRAPPY TOYS ON THE COVER OF YOUR COMIC TO TEMPT HIM TO ASK FOR IT.
You know the ones I mean, you can see them on the front of pretty much every preschool comic every month. Some tacky watch that fires discs or a foam missile gun or a car or something else that is so cheaply made that it falls to irreparable pieces causing tears after a few minutes play. Initially I tried to fix these things but found the fixing materials (sellotape and PVA mostly) were actually more durable than what I was fixing, and they just broke somewhere else almost immediately.
The excitement of thinking he’s getting some whizzy new toy, only for it to break moments later is beginning to grate. Take the cheap crap off the covers, sell your magazine or comic on the strength of the content and give us all some well deserved peace.