GODDAMMIT CEREAL KING.
>What's next? Doomsday-O's?
>DC Chief Creative Officer (and noted cereal aficionado) Geoff Johns has tweeted an image of a promotional package of Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice cereal that he received ahead of its wide release. The breakfast treat, which comes in two flavors - chocolate strawberry Bat-symbols for Batman, and caramel crunch S-shields for Superman - was delivered along with an engraved spoon reading "#SuperHeroCereal" and a Batman mask.
dear people who hate the lighter and more colorful tone or marvel movies and wonder why dc taking a darker more serious approach is silly
this is why
then again i suppose there was a whole generation of kids that grew up with stuff marketed towards children that was based on r-rated movies like rambo, robocop, and aliens, so what do i know?
The Superman flavor seems tastier. I'm not a fan of fruit and chocolate mixed together though unless it's actual fruit covered with chocolate.
What does cereal have to do with movie tone? I can't tell if this is bait or not.
BvS isn't R-rated though, it's PG-13.
The only R-rated superhero movie coming out is Deadpool. Not even Suicide Squad is aiming for an R, which is weird honestly because it's the kind of thing that was made for a stronger rating.
>I did say I was getting stuff to watch cartoons and that I wrote comics. He asked what. I said Aquaman.
>He was not impressed but I got the milk anyway.
You don't like chocolate strawberries? Conceptually, I guess it's blood and darkness.
meh... those looks pretty bland, wish they had done something more comicbooky and silly
>HEY KIDS U LIKE SUPER POWER MAN AND BAT: THE MAN? WELL HOW ABOUT YOU SHOVEL THIS BOWL OF MILK AND SUGAR INTO YOUR HIDEOUS FUCKING MOUTHS
Something like this really happened at Toys R Us event for the He-Man revival.
The announcer misread the part of their script that said, "Hey kids, do you like Mer-Man?" And said "Man-Man" instead
Capitalism getting to be a bit too much for you, friend?