The Orphanage of Cast-Off Mascots

“The following page are filled with cast-off mascots — humanoid creatures who once served as advertising emmisaries in newspapers and magazines. Most

“The following page are filled with cast-off mascots — humanoid creatures who once served as advertising emmisaries in newspapers and magazines. Most of these products are dead, leaving their mascots orphaned; in many cases, the mascots were cast off to satiate the public’s taste for something new. None of them were particularly sucessful, or even well-loved. It’s hard to love the frightening face of Pepeco Pete, or want to be embraced by the razor-blade arms of Pal, the Shaving Boy. But they tried hard, day in, day out.”


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Date:
November 23, 2016
Author:
XPLANE