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ComicsAlliance Vs. The DC Comics Monster Cereal Redesigns
If there's one thing I've learned in a lifetime of reading, selling, making and writing about comics, it's that people who like comic books also tend to have a pretty healthy interest in breakfast foods. That, I assume, is why the people at General Mills decided to spice up their annual revival of the Monster Cereals -- Boo Berry, Franken Berry and the immortal Count Chocula -- with a set of redesigns for their principal characters, courtesy of artists Jim Lee, Dave Johnson and Terry and Rachel Dodson. In other words, your breakfast just got a New 52 reboot. The whole thing is even marketed as a co-production between General Mills and DC, with the former presumably handling the cereal while the latter concentrated on art. Obviously, this means that these cereals are technically an edible DC Comics title, so with Halloween creeping up on us like a restless spirit, I have taken it upon myself to examine the new look for the spoooookiest of breakfast cereals to find out just how these new designs hold up to the originals.
Dirk Erik Schulz’s Videogame and Breakfast Cereal Art is Mind-Bendingly Rad
If John K and Peter Bagge tried to make cartoons together, they'd end up with characters who look approximately like the ones in the work of Dirk Erik Schulz. The Germany-based artist obviously harbors an intense love of Mario, but he also draws Sega's Sonic and Tails as you would imagine they might appear in a wrestling competition in a cinematic depiction of an acid trip, Fear and Loathing in La