4 different comics in General Mills Cereal boxes for Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice meant that for a full set, you'd eat alot of cereal.
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Japanese Teacher, Comic Book, Manga, & Anime collector, LCBS worker, father of 2, fan of far too many things for far too long...
Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice yielded some interesting comics with General Mills, and had a high level of promotion to go with them.
General Mills Presents Batman V Superman #2 Field Trip brought back Christos Gage, but most people remember the cereals, without comics.
DC Comics released several Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice tie-in comics, but Playground Heroes issues came free with cereal.
Published over a year, AOL had a new exclusive Batman comic every weekday, tying to a video game called Batman: The Shadow of Sin Tzu.
Toys R' Us did many promotional comics, but The X-Men Premium Edition #1 serves as obscure issue with an important Deadpool connection.
The Batman Arkham Asylum video game is one of the best-known versions of Batman, but far less known is the prequel comic, The Road To Arkham.
2013's Man of Steel had an extensive prequel comic released, plotted by Zack Snyder, & David Goyer, drawn by Jerry Ordway and staring Supergirl.
Christos Gage & Joe Bennett did more comic work, From the World of Batman V Superman Dawn of Justice, to promote the movie & Dr. Pepper.
Superman/Wonder Woman ended with issue #29, except issues #30 and #31, were produced and put out, but not as regular comics.
Batman/Superman Volume 1 ended with #32, yet issues #33, Annual #3, and #34 were produced and released in trade paperback.
An odd mail away comic book that Fleer put together originally on the 1996 X-Men Ultra Trading Cards, Wolverine #102.5 is rare and pricy.
Maybe the oddest Marvel comic ever, Fleer put together an all-new Wolverine story on the back of the 1996 X-Men Ultra Trading Cards,
In trying to promote Season 2 of Krypton, SyFy Channel and DC Comics partnered to create Krypton Tales From the Phantom Zone #1.
DC and Leaf Candy brought together most kid's favorite things in 1980, candy and comics with The Secret Origin of Wonder Woman #1.