The latest entry in the 30th anniversary archived series for The Empire Strikes Back posted on StarWars.com has Duncan Jenkins taking a look back at the ESB promotional cereal boxes that were released by the Kellogg's Australia division.
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"Kellogg's in Australia was willing to take a chance on Empire, releasing a set of eight different cut-out masks on the backs of Corn Flakes cereal boxes: Boba Fett, Luke Skywalker, "Bounty Hunter", and C-3PO on the 500g size boxes, and Darth Vader, Stormtrooper, Chewbacca, and Yoda on the 750g size. By far the most notable of these is the "Bounty Hunter," a mysterious lizard-like face which looks like it would be more at home on a Saturday morning cartoon than in a Star Wars film. We're guessing this is supposed to be Bossk, which is an interesting choice given the mere seconds of screen time the character saw in the film."
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