Danger Mouse Mark IV Danger Car Review

One of my favourite TV shows as a child was Danger Mouse and now he is back saving London, saving the world and, most importantly, saving Penfold in all new fantastically absurd adventures which have really captured Isaac’s imagination.

Danger Mouse, the “world’s greatest secret agent” (now brilliantly voiced by Alexander Armstrong) and his hamster sidekick Penfold protect the world from a variety of danger with help from his boss Colonel K (Stephen Fry) and the genius scientist Professor Squawkencluck. Danger Mouse is equipped to defeat his nemesis, Baron von Greenback and his preferred method of travel is his Mark IV Danger Car.

At the Toy Fair earlier this year I was introduced to the new Danger Mouse toy range and knew they would be an instant hit with Isaac so when we offered the Mark IV Danger Car to review I just had to accept.

Mark IV Danger Car tranforms into the Danger Plane at the touch of a button! The car also includes an Exclusive Danger Mouse articulated Figure!

Danger Mouse

Both Isaac and Sebastian enjoy playing with the car. To change it into the Danger Plane simply press the button to pop-out the wings and the boot also opens to store secret agent gear.

The set is aimed at age 4 and over and although I am happy to let Sebastian play with the car, the Danger Mouse figure does come apart and he has accidentally pulled his legs off a couple of times. It is easy to fix again though.

The Danger Mouse Mark IV Danger Car costs £14.99 and is available now from all good toy shops.

8 thoughts on “Danger Mouse Mark IV Danger Car Review”

  1. Oh my God! I remember Danger Mouse! This looks great fun. Isn’t it weird to see all our old favourites returning? The Care Bears, My Little Pony, Danger Mouse….I heard they are even reintroducing SuperTed soon. I’m not sure how they are going to “PC” it though considering his enemies were a gun slinging cowboy, an openly gay skeleton and a clinically obese man who was constantly being body shamed.


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