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Today I want to jump back a half-a-century ago to share a look at a wonderful piece of Halloween confectionery packaging from the Topps company. Make the jump and enjoy Topps’ 1960’s Bazooka Halloween Mask bubblegum box!
It’s been quite a while since I last did a Wacky Wednesdays column here on the site but a recent find meant that it was time. After searching for several years for a Regal Crown Sour Cherry wrapper, the basis … Continue reading
While coming up with a vintage Halloween candy item to cover today, I recalled a fun piece of Topps bubble gum packaging that I picked up recently known as a “door-knobber”. In the process of researching the origins of that … Continue reading
This year Topps/Bazooka introduced a new product extension for the season, Halloween Ring Pop Minis! Today I’ll be looking at those as well as the other Halloween Ring Pop goodies that I’ve picked up these last few years.
During the initial two days of Cinnamon Hot Week I looked at unusual items from the 1960’s and the 1990’s – so today I’m hitting the 1970’s with a dynamite-yet-mysterious release from Topps Chewing Gum: Bazooka Hot Bubble Gum!
Back again for another edition of Wacky Wednesdays today with an offering from the recently-released Wacky Packages All-New Series 10 – Allmud Joy!
We’re back with a new edition of Wacky Wednesdays and today we’ll be looking at a sticker from the recently-released Wacky Packages All-New Series 10 – 3-Racketeers.
Back in 2008, the Topps company ventured out of their traditional areas of confection, producing a pair of weird and wacky colorful candy bars called Wazoo. Make the jump to check out these unusual offerings.
After taking an Easter Week break from the column, we’re back today with another edition of Wacky Wednesdays. Once again I’ll be drawing from last year’s Wacky Packages Halloween 2012 Postcard Set, this time for the awesome parody of Mars’ … Continue reading