Collectible Spot - Wax Eye Cereal Killers Sticker Cards Series 2





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Published on Jul 23, 2012

On today's Spot, we'll be having a look at the Wax Eye Cereal Killers Sticker Cards Series 2

If you'd like to get your hands on these Cereal Killers Series 2 sticker cards or get your hands on the series 1 Cereal Killers Sticker cards, you can order them from Wax-eye, at

More about the Artist:

Joe Simko (joesimko.com) is an artist based in NYC, he designs rock 'n roll show posters and horror film poster art. He writes and illustrates for the current incarnation of Garbage Pail Kids And Wacky Packages stickers and also has his own edgy children's book series called The Sweet Rot.

About Cereal Killers:

Joe's company, Wax Eye, produces Cereal Killers Sticker Cards, of which Simko is the writer and illustrator of all of the titles. Cereal Killers is a parody sticker card set which spoofs cereal brands and popular horror films. There are 55 different designs and lots of Random premiums within the set such as "Silver Spoon Foil Cards", "Sugar Glitter Cards", "Glow in the Dark" stickers, eyeball gym and sketch cards. (Sketch cards are one-of-a-kind, original pieces of artwork, hand-drawn on the actual card. They are rare and sometimes go for high sales on ebay.)

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