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FunkO’s Cereal Has the Coolest Toys in the Box

by Shane McGlaun
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Back in the day, the thing to do early on a Saturday morning was eat a huge bowl of sugary cereal and watch cartoons. I tended to choose my cereal at the store not based on taste, and certainly not on its nutritional value, but on the cool factor of the toy promised inside. In other words, I’d have totally bought FunkO’s cereal.

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Each box of the colorful cereal has Funko Pop! action figures inside. The flavors aren’t noted, but I would assume the red cereal tastes like strawberry, the green tastes like apple, and the blue tastes like blueberry. Or I could be totally wrong. Each cereal is designed to change the color of the milk it’s floating in too.

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In addition to Funko’s own mascot, the cereal can be had in Cuphead & Mugman, Megaman, Freddy Krueger, Jason Voorhees, and Gollum varieties. Other cereals will come later this year. How much they cost and where can you buy them is the next question.

[via Kotaku]



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