An artist turned horror villains into super lovable children's cereals

An artist turned horror villains into super lovable children's cereals

CultureOctober 08, 2015 By Brian Frederick

Mmm, yep, there's not much more we love in the world than October rearing its beautiful head back into the year. It's a time where we can overindulge on childish shit — like we do every other month — but this time with adequate excuses and the mob following us enough that it doesn't constitute social awkwardness. Meaning, we can geek out on playing dress-up (we're going as slutty spare tire this year to keep it slightly PC, but not) and eat the bejesus out of diabetes-inducing nougats of joy. Also, everything that comes with Halloween season is absolute fire — case in point, these artist renditions of gluttonous sugar-bombers, or well-marketed children's cereal, in the form of the greatest horror villains ever to hit film. Created by Garbage Pail Kids designer Joe Simko, the cereals aren't actually available in real life, unfortunately, but we can all pretend for now. That's what Halloweeny-time is for, after all ...