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Three Iconic Horror-Themed Cereal Mascots Get Scary Updates

Artist Mike Burns has turned three iconic horror-themed cereal mascots into darker, more unsettling versions of themselves. Frankenberry, Count Chocula, and Boo-Berry each get this updated look, which takes away their cartoonish playfulness and injects a real sense of evil and almost violence. Count Chocula, for example, is eating a slice from a tiered cake that bears a decapitated head as the topper. Meanwhile, Frankenberry is a deformed, mutated abomination that looks like he’s about to destroy a strawberry that’s been hooked up to some electrical lines.

They’re fantastic renditions and it’s always amazing to see

You can purchase prints via InPrnt: Boo-Berry, Count Chocula, Frankenberry.






  • monere72015

    The Boo-Berry one is the best.

  • Dusquene Whistler

    Wow, those are shit. No, not “the shit”, just “shit”.

    • AdventureHotdog

      I’m surprised you can see your monitor from Basil Gogos’ lap 😉

      • Dusquene Whistler

        Accusing people of being gay is still a thing? Seems that should be a hate crime.

    • John

      You take your cereal box mascot artistic reinvention pretty seriously huh?

  • kmtb

    That Boo Berry one is great.

  • Mr. Q

    Where’s Fruit Brute and Yummy Mummy?

  • ThunderDragoon

    XD That’s awesome.

  • Chrissie-Watkins

    Boo Berry seems like a tragic figure.

  • yankeecitygirl .

    The monster renditions should be as grotesque as possible to reflect the horror of the box’s contents.

  • Azure

    Great designs, Boo-berry takes the cake though.

    • AirshipCanon

      Naw, Chocula has the cake.

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  • George Talbot

    What, no Fruit Brute?

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