Loki Charms Limited Edition Cereal Sounds Mischievously Delicious
There’s a lot of excitement around the upcoming Loki series on Disney+. For MCU fans, the run of series recently released on the platform has been a godsend. Now the MCU is sending a God to follow-up the successes of The Falcon and The Winter Soldier and WandaVision. If you’re looking forward to Wednesday, then you’re not alone. It’s going to be a long couple of days waiting to get our eyes on this latest show. While you’re planning your watch party, why not make a meal of it? A new collaboration between Marvel and General Mills is bringing us the Loki Charms limited edition cereal. Here’s how to get a box!
Where to find the Loki Charms Limited Edition Cereal
The Loki Charms cereal is going live online the same day the show debuts on Disney+. The word place in this collaboration between Marvel and General Mills is top-notch. As we all know, regular Lucky Charms are great. That said, everyone loves a good twist on a classic. Why not go big with something unexpected like Loki Charms? With the tagline “Mischievously Delicious,” you might think Loki is a lot wilder than Lucky. Don’t let the green guy fool you; Lucky The Leprechaun vs Thanos would be a closer fight than you might imagine.
You can place an order of your own Loki Charms limited edition cereal at a special Lucky Charms website. The site will go live with orders at 11 a.m. EST on Wednesday June 9th. There are 3,500 boxes up for grabs, so you might want to be fast. If you have magical mischievous powers, then now would be the time to use them.
Loki premieres Wednesday, June 9, 2021 on Disney+
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Featured Image Credit: General Mills
Taylor is the Gaming Editor of Comic Years and a lifelong fan of video games. He holds two degrees in Political Communication and wrote a Master's Thesis on resistance movements, race, and the exploitation of college athletes. His wife and two Toy Australian Sheppards keep him sane.