If you’ve ever wondered about the seamy underbelly of the cereal mascot world, then look no further. Cereal Exposé gives you the scoop on all the heartbreak, tragedy, and scandal.
The trial of Suzy, Timmy, Shaniqua and Ricky for the attempted murder of cereal spokesman Lucky the Leprechaun came to a climactic finale as the green-clad television star took the stand.
When you think extreme, daring, anti-establishment, and hip to the new generation of consumers, no doubt the name topping your list is Barney Rubble. Since emerging from semi-retirement in the mid-80s to promote Fruity Pebbles and Cocoa Pebbles cereals, he has gone from goofy neighbor to pop culture’s number one bad boy.
The cereal world can be a cruel, unforgiving place. Just ask Sonny, the mascot for General Mills’ “Cocoa Puffs.” Sucked into the business in his late teens, Sonny thought he was just another pretty face pushing a breakfast product.