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Kreepsville Industries Presents: Cereal Killers

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Halloween is only 2 weeks away, so to get everyone in the mood a little more, I present Cereal Killers, a collection of twisted cereal boxes drawn and painted by some of the best artists out there. The list of artists includes people like Bill Wray, who's worked on Ren & Stimpy and Samurai Jack, Lou Romano, who did a lot of the art for The Incredibles and was the voice of Linguini in Ratatouille, and Craig McCracken, who is the creator of The Powerpuff Girls and Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends.

In total there are 73 artists contributing to this project, which is eventually going to be bound into a 'coffin table' book. I absolutely love how weird and gross and wrong these are. I thought the two above were the absolute best/worst of the bunch, but there's several more under the cut, so be sure to check them out!

For more of the Cereal Killers box covers click here