Entertainment DC Comics artists remake Monsters cereals By SCOTT A. ROSENBERG Updated August 7, 2014 2:03 PM Print Share fbShare Tweet Email This Halloween, your favorite cereal monsters are getting a facelift courtesy of four of the biggest comic book artists around. They're also getting a new text treatment reflective of their particular monster nature (for example, ghostly, see-through lettering for Boo Berry).Bonus: Retro packaging (with cut-out masks!) will be available at Target stores, so you can pretend it's #ThrowbackThursday every morning over breakfast. Boo Berry (by Jim Lee) Photo Credit: General Mills Jim Lee, now the co-publisher of DC Entertainment, is one of the most celebrated artists in comics, with acclaimed work on X-Men, Batman and Superman. His Boo Berry takes on a much more fluid animated look (almost Casper-like), while retaining his sleepy eyes, bow tie and hat. Franken Berry (by Dave Johnson) Photo Credit: General Mills These days, Dave Johnson is one of the most in-demand cover artists, bring his bold, clean style to the covers of books like "Punisher," "Batman" and "100 Bullets." His Franken Berry gains a crisscross of chains over his shoulders while keeping -- and refining -- the mechanical accents on his head as well as his strawberry fingernails. Side note: Would biting your fingernails be an acceptable thing to do if we all had fingernails made of strawberries? This is what keeps me up at night. Count Chocula (by Terry Dodson and Rachel Dodson) Photo Credit: General Mills This husband and wife duo are best known for their work on Spider-Man and the Joker’s girlfriend Harley Quinn. Their Count Chocula gives the chocolate fiend a more pointed look, with a straighter nose and an eventaller haircut. Retro Boo Berry Photo Credit: General Mills This Boo Berry is from 1980. Retro Franken Berry Photo Credit: General Mills This Franken Berry is from 1979. Retro Count Chocula Photo Credit: General Mills This Count Chocula is from 1979. By SCOTT A. ROSENBERG Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Comments We're revamping our Comments section. Learn more and share your input.