POM Cereal Boxes - Nightmare Before Christmas - Oogie’s Boogies
This is a hinged pin with the addition of a hidden dangle gimmick. The front of this pin looks like nothing more then a parody cereal box. An orange bar long the top is divided into three sections, advertising that this cereal is “Filled with Bugs and Grubs | 10G of Spooky Spirits | Essential Pumpkin Spice.” Below this bar is a black background. “Oogie’s Boogies” is written out across the top with Oogie’s being tan-green and Boogies being red. Frightfully Yum... is directly under the name. Oogie himself is peeking in from the bottom left. His left arm is stretched out with a Jack-o-Lantern curled up in his grip. Silver (made with the base metal) bats flit along the background. Three orange tab-like boxes run along the bottom right that include the numbers for things like calories and such. These numbers include “10 | 13 | 93” which also doubles as October 13, 1993 which was the theatrical release date for Tim Burton’s Nightmare Before Christmas. A red banner to the left of these tabs states “Surprise Inside Box!”
This “box” opens like a book and the dangle gimmick falls out with the red “skull dice” which have landed on “Snake Eyes” at the end of the chain. On the left of the open box is a classic cereal box game “Which pair of Oogie’s dice match?” with 6 set of dice (2 that match) embossed below the question. A photo print of a bag of cereal in the shape of bats is placed on the right.
The back of this pin has the Mickey waffling and two vertical posts. Between the posts are three info boxes that include the Official 2020 Pin Trading Logo, the Edition size, and the (C) Disney - Made in China info. The FAC runs vertical to the left of the Official Pin Trading Logo
- Limited Edition 4000
- Release date
- 13 October 2020
- Original price
Nightmare Before Christmas
POM 2020 Cereal Boxes
Price over time
|13 October 2020||$17.98|
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