You've seen the Doctor Pepper digital comics for Batman v. Superman. You've seen the Doritos digital comics for Batman v. Superman. Now, as part of a coup that will make Batman v. Superman a part of your nutritious breakfast,* General Mills cereals are getting their own Batman v. Superman comics! According to CBR, four special All-Ages Batman v. Superman comics will soon be available in specially marked boxes of Honey Nut Cheerios, Lucky Charms, Cocoa Puffs, Trix, and Golden Grahams (because FUCK YOU, Cinnamon Toast Crunch!). The stories in the comics will teach readers "life lessons" about diversity, what it means to be a hero, and why Kellogg's can suck it.
CBR has the story names and creative teams:
"Playground Heroes," written by Jeff Parker with art byR.B. Silva and Jose Marzan Jr.; "Field Trip," written by Christos Gage with art by Federico Dallocchio; "Picture Proof," written by Marguerite Bennett with art by Marcus To; "Lights Out," written by Joshua Williamson with art by Eduardo Pansica and Art Thibert.
These comics are sure to become a big hit with collectors, so make sure you never open the box of cereal to keep them in mint (or honey nut) condition. And under no circumstances should you immerse them in milk.
The Outhouse is proud to release this sneak preview of the cover to one of the comics:
*The Outhouse does not advocate the eating of comics, and in no way will be held legally responsible for any medical bills incurred from their consumption.