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The release of a major superhero movie is pretty much always accompanied by a fast food tie-in. Even the relatively complex, morally challenging Dark Knight had that pizza with triple pepperoni from Dominos, so it's pretty obvious that The Amazing Spider-Man 2 is going to be going all out. And they have, with a promotional tie-in with McDonald's that includes Happy Meal toys. The thing is, the ASM2 Happy Meal toys come in two distinct forms: Cars, masks and action figures for the boys, and bracelets, purses and journals for the girls. You know, for their feelings.
You're f**kin' up, McD's.
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As Ray Croc famously said before a 10-cent hamburger crashed through his window and sent him on the path of vengeance against expensive hamburgers, "Children are a hungry, easily distracted lot." That's why the McDonald's restaurant made the decision to include toys with its kid-friendly Happy Meals -- and now, they're taking cheeseburgers and chicken nuggets back to their darker, more brutal roots with toys based on Cartoon Network's Beware the Batman!
Check 'em out after the jump!
Toys: Tiny Young Justice skateboards can now be yours as part of McDonald's latest Happy Meal.
Legal: Silicon Knights has been ordered to destroy the code for, and recall all unsold copies of X-Men: Destiny (and Too Human) as the result of losing a lawsuit by Epic Games for breach of an Unreal engine licensing agreement.
Prints: Matthew G. Olin's typographic superheroes can now be purchas
TV: A new banner for the third season of AMC's The Walking Dead TV series assembles a cast of survivors including Michonne.
News: MoCCA (the Museum of Comic and Cartoon Art), has reportedly transferred its assets to the Society of Illustrators, which include its art collection and the MoCCA Festival.
Customs: The notion of Optimus Prime transforming