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Cereal Killers Sticker Cards - 3-Pack Mini-Cereal Box Set - Series 2

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ALL NEW Cereal Killers Trading Cards - Series 2 - 3-Pack Mini-Cereal Box Set.

THE CRUNCH IS BACK! Written and painted by rock poster, Garbage Pail Kids/ Wacky Packages artist Joe Simko, this 2nd Series card set mixes iconic cereal box art with popular horror films, creating a modern sweet treat!

3-Pack Mini-Cereal Box Set - Series 2 - Details
20 cards per cereal box, 60 total cards per 3-Pack
3 eyeball gumballs per 3-Pack
4 to 7 random, premium gift inserts per 3-Pack
 
Approximate ratio odds of finding random, premium gift inserts per 3-Pack Mini-Cereal Box Set
(Odds based on 1st printing of Series 2 – 2,000 3-Pack Box Sets)
Silver Spoon Foil Cards (9 designs) - 2:1 3-Pack
Sugar Glitter Cards (8 designs) 3:1 3-Pack
Glow-in-the-Dark Fluorescent Stickers (3 designs) – 1:4 3-Packs
original, hand-drawn Sketch Cards 
(color and b/w) – 1:5 3-Packs
 
Sketch Card Artists
Neil Camera, Brent Engstrom, Matthew Kirscht, Mark Pingitore,
Joe Simko
, and Fred Wheaton
 
Sample Front of Cards - click for a larger view.
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Click the image to view a larger version of the checklist.
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Product Videos

Cereal Killers Series 2 Sketch Card by Joe Simko (00:47)
Timelapse video of Joe Simko drawing a Cereal Killers sketch card for second series coming summer of 2012, wax-eye.com
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  1. Great Product that Entertains Again! 4 Star Review

    Posted by on 11th Jul 2012

    While the card stock may be a little thin, folks will find little to be disappointed with the New Cereal Killers Series 2 release. The gags are fresh and well presented and one can tell a lot of time was put into this release. Simko and crew are not just cashing in.


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