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Back in the s and s , Hostess had a long-running comic book advertising campaign, with story pages produced by the comic book companies themselves. The Marvel and DC ads, featuring prominent superhero characters, would normally have plots along the lines of:. As well as the "villain causes trouble, hero averts trouble with Twinkies" plot, there was also the plot that the villain would simply try to steal the treats himself, and either be defeated outright, or be defeated by the very confections he was coveting. One Superman story, "The Spy," illustrates how silly these stories could get. It begins with a reporter discovering Clark Kent's secret closet with his Superman costume and a spare. Superman himself sees the reporter snooping, and refills the closet with Hostess Fruit Pies before the reporter reveals his "big scoop. While DC and Marvel let their superheroes shill shamelessly for Hostess products, one action was curiously "over the line": the heroes could never be shown actually eating Hostess products. Supporting characters like Lois Lane and Mary Jane Watson and villains like The Penguin were apparently exempt from this rule, though, and other publishers' characters e. The Hostess ads are the most numerous and infamous of the type, but other advertisers got into the act occasionally e. Because of their absurdity, even by the standards of superhero comics, the formula is parodied far more often than played straight.
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When not writing and drawing her autobiographical, educational series Baggywrinkles , she contributes regularly to the all-ages fantasy series Cartozia Tales. Find more of her work at lucybellwood. Terry Blas is the illustrator and writer behind the ongoing web series Briar Hollow. As the host of The Gnerd Podcast , he runs a weekly pop culture examination show. Jason Caffoe is the colorist and background artist for the bestselling graphic novel series Amulet , published by Scholastic. You can find more of his work at jcaffoe. Shannon Campbell is a video game and comics writer from Vancouver, BC. She has written stories for Namco, Boom Studios, and many anthologies, and shares her positive opinions on video games, dogs, and feminism on her twitter wordweasel. Ron Chan is a comic book and storyboard artist from Portland, OR. He has worked on comics for Dark Horse, Marvel, and Image comics, and is most recently known for his work on the Plants vs Zombies comic.
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Back in the s and s , Hostess had a long-running comic book advertising campaign, with story pages produced by the comic book companies themselves. The Marvel and DC ads, featuring prominent superhero characters, would normally have plots along the lines of:. As well as the "villain causes trouble, hero averts trouble with Twinkies" plot, there was also the plot that the villain would simply try to steal the treats himself, and either be defeated outright, or be defeated by the very confections he was coveting. One Superman story, "The Spy," illustrates how silly these stories could get.

It begins with a reporter discovering Clark Kent's secret closet with his Superman costume and a spare. Superman himself sees the reporter snooping, and refills the closet with Hostess Fruit Pies before the reporter reveals his "big scoop. While DC and Marvel let their superheroes shill shamelessly for Hostess products, one action was curiously "over the line": the heroes could never be shown actually eating Hostess products.

Supporting characters like Lois Lane and Mary Jane Watson and villains like The Penguin were apparently exempt from this rule, though, and other publishers' characters e.

The Hostess ads are the most numerous and infamous of the type, but other advertisers got into the act occasionally e. Because of their absurdity, even by the standards of superhero comics, the formula is parodied far more often than played straight. In more recent times, Subway and Snickers have occasionally had ads using a similar formula. When parodies show up in works, it's a form of Parody Product Placement.

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