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RELEASE PERIOD : 1987


The Garbage Pail Kids 'Chewy Candies' were manufactured in late 1986 or early 1987, well after the release of the OS1 and OS2 GPK sets, and also produced in late 1987, after the trademark lawsuit that resulted in the GPK header change for both the franchise and candy wrappers. The confectionary product used characters from the OS1 and OS2 GPK sets as masocts on the candy wrappers. Three assortment of flavors can be found; cherry with a blue and red wrapper — for both releases, grape with a yellow and purple wrapper — for both releases, and strawberry with a pink and green wrapper — for the first release only. The images are very similar to the rendered artwork found on the GPK wax wrappers; however, the NPD (New Product Development) department at Topps in the '80s was responsible for the GPK cards, while the Art Department created the packaging and artwork for licensed products, oftentimes using in-house art staff or other freelance artists not associated with the GPK franchise. Although artist Tom Bunk worked on the character rendering for the OS1 thru OS16 wax wrappers, including the released 'Chewy Candy' ADAM Bomb image, the remaining artwork was allegedly executed by artist George Evans (not verified) as stated within eBay auctions by Topps. The artist may have been Bob Fingerman and the color key completed by Mae Jeon, with the project art directed by Ben Solomon, head of the Topps Art Department at the time. Five of these black and white rendered artwork pieces can also be found as pink line artwork on the GPK 'Cheap Toys' checklist. The product was made in Argentina (South America) by the Stani company for the Confex, Inc. company, located in New Jersey and licensed by the Topps company.


The 'Series 1' release displayed the 'ADAM Bomb' character and the straight GPK header on the product bag, that's also located on the individual candy wrappers, and the 'Series 2' release displayed the 'Brainy JANIE' character and the new banner-style GPK header on the product bag, that's also located on the individual candy wrappers
both wrapper releases being printed with the rarer pink logo but the bag itself having the regular, red logo. There are sixteen characters found for each release for a total of thirty-two different, but not unique characters. Each full bag contains a 240 count of three candy flavors and random characters for 'Series 1' but only two candy flavors for 'Series 2'. The first release contains a variation of 48 wrappers: 16 cherry, 16 grape and 16 strawberry, and the second release contains a variation of 32 wrappers: 16 cherry with wrapper code 'COD. 9892' and 16 grape with wrapper code 'COD. 10353'. The tight line artwork and xeroxed color key artwork were auctioned off of eBay for the 'Chewy Candy' project, including quite a few unpublished images that did not appear within the release; this artwork is usually much cleaner without the color key values and nomenclature for the printing process. The 'Chewy Candies' artwork should not be confused with the Imperial Toys rendered artwork releases for their 'Sunglasses' and 'Pencil Case' products.


Much gratitude toward collector Luis Thompson for his continued support, inspiration, and for the Series 2 wrapper and bag images.





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MADE IN ARGENTINA BY PRODUCTOS STANI FOR CONFEX, INC. N.J. 07701 U.S.A.
GARBAGE PAIL KIDS ® IS A REGISTERED TRADEMARK OF TOPPS CHEWING GUM, INC.




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* SERIES 1 RELEASE : ADAM BOMB : STRAIGHT LOGO *



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** SERIES 2 RELEASE : BRAINY JANIE : BANNER LOGO **





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240 COUNT

240 pieces of confectionary. Penny candy stores were still around in the '80s but you had to hunt them down; usually found at small mom-and-pop shops that also sold trading cards. Most larger stores were switching over to bulk confectionery — the method of commercially dispensing a multitude of small units of candy either within manufactured bags or a mass amount based on weight — typically seen being sold at kiosks, grocery stores, convenient stores and candy stores. Penny candy, like old 'penny dreadfuls', are sold by the piece and, as the name suggests, costs a penny apiece. These loose, pick 'n' mix, one-cent candies were more often found at small, neighborhood shops or five-and-dime stores or near cash registers as a cheap impulse item.



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PRODUCTOS STANI
Sociedad Anonima Industrial y Commericial

An Argentinian corporation founded by the Stanislaysky family. In 1993 the corporation was acquired by Cadbury Schweppes, PLC (U.K.) which renamed its acquisition Cadbury Stani S.A.I.C. The Topps and Stani companies, both family owned enterprises, entered into five written agreements between the years of 1957 and 1985, including preambles, amendments and restated license agreements, whereby Topps shared its formula, processes and techniques and allowed Stani exclusive rights to manufacture, sell and distribute chewing gum under trhe Topps brands in parts of South America.





Topps filed a lawsuit against Cadbury Stani on August 31, 2006 stating and alleging that after the 1980 agreement had expired in 1996 that Stani continued to use Topps chewing gum formulas which gave rise to a breach of contract (dismissed) and to claim in tort for the wrongful misappropriation of trade secrets (dismissed except for 'reverse engineering'). Both parties contended that the contrats were unambiguous but they were interpreted differently. Introduction by Haight (CSH), Senior District Judge: "This case is a tale of two companies, once friends and collaborators, now enemies and scorched-earth litigators; and of chewing gum."



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CONFEX, INC.
167 Avenue at the Common
Shrewsbury, NJ 07702

Per his notice of death, John Francis Sullivan, who died on March 19, 2012 at the age of 87 years, was at one time the president of Topps Chewing Gum International and the founder of Confex Inc. Sullivan would have used his experience at Topps when he founded Confex, made connections with the already established relationship between Productos Stani and the Topps Chewing Company, and obtained an early license for the Garbage Pail Kids trademark to sell more 'shocking' candy to kids, something Topps and other companies had done for years. The company created a line-up of chewy candies after the GPK license that they manufactured with the same design and flavors (strawberry, grape and cherry) with nomenclature for the characters much like monster cards of old.


On Friday, February 13, 1987, a U.S. federal trademark registration was filed for MONSTER CHEWS by Confex, Inc., SHREWSBURY 07701.

SERIES: ONE — YEAR: LATE 80's

SERIES: TWO YEAR: EARLY 90's


1989, The New York Times Archives excerpt:
A Wide Selection of Candy to Frighten Your Parents With

''The name really strikes people,'' said John Sullivan, the president of Confex Inc. of Shrewsbury, N.J., which makes Boogers. The name notwithstanding, the candies are shaped like little varicolored monsters. For children to eat a candy with such a name, Mr. Sullivan said, ''is a way of shocking their parents and asserting their independence.'' ''It's so exciting when the product and concept come together,'' he went on. ''And with Boogers, we've hooked into something culturally significant.''



Various old trademarks owned by Confex, Inc. from 1981-1991: Big Yummy (CANDY), Monster Chews (CANDY), Champion Chew, Rock'n Roll Chews, Boogers (GUMMY CANDY), Laff Leaguer (BUBBLE GUM), Double Up, Pop'n Soda (CARBONATED CANDY), Stretchy Boogers, Twista Dude, Squishies, Nasty Tricks (PARODY TRADING CARDS AND COMICAL STICKERS), Good Gunk (EDIBLE MODELLING COMPOUND), Yum Fun, Sizzles, Trubbles, Rumps, Jawbumpers, Poopers, Drop Outs, Kung Chew, Bug Pops, Wobbals, Whoops, Gumman, Gumbuns, Oogly Eyes (GUM BALLS), Petubbles (BUBBLE GUM AND CANDY), Ninja Sticks (GUM AND CANDY), 'Hit, Spit, Swear, Scratch and Steal Baseball Cards', American Way (GUM), Stickers (BUBBLE GUM), Fun Stuff (TRADING CARDS), Sour & Chewy Boyz (CANDY).



On January 31, 1989, General Foods Corporation, Carbonated Candy Ventures and Pop Rocks, Inc. filed a lawsuit against Confex, Inc. and Zeta Espacial, S.A. (Spain) alleging infringement of two U.S. process patents for making carbonated candy; the Commission instituted an investigation of the complaint in the matter of 'Certain Methods of Making Carbonated Candy Products': Investigation No. 337-TA-292. Zeta Espacial made Fizz Wiz Popping Candy Gum that was distributed by Confex, Inc. within the U.S.





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* SERIES 1 *


WRAPPER VARIATIONS:
~ Cherry, Grape or Strawberry


ALT. SPLIT PERSONALITY:
~ Card 2a Junkfood JOHN


BITS & BOBS:

~ The rendered artwork, for the most part, remains the same for the character and the items of confectionary that he is holding, the candy cane and ice cream cone, but the surrounding products found on the card image, like the box of candies, lollipop, spilled soda can and birthday cake have been removed for the simpler wrapper artwork. Instead of the melted ice cream drops on the character's leg being brown for the chocolate ice cream like the card artwork, the drippings have become pink for the strawberry ice cream for the wrapper artwork.
 
WRAPPER
ARTWORK
OS1 CARD 2b
ARTWORK
   
       
 
ARTIST:
GEORGE Evans
ARTIST:
JOHN Pound
 



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WRAPPER VARIATIONS:
~ Cherry, Grape or Strawberry


ALT. SPLIT PERSONALITY:
~ Card 8b Blasted BILLY


BITS & BOBS:

~ The rendered artwork captures the feel of the original source, and although the cracked ground does appear on the 'Chewy Candies' bag it is missing from the wrapper artwork. Much like the wax wrappers for the card release, the mushroom cloud has been shaded a darker color to stand out from the white background and the character's shoes have become yellow, but they're still white on the 'Chewy Candies' bag.
~ The rendered artwork was also used for the 'Cheap Toys' checklist artwork, but the dimples got lost in translation, or printing.
 
CHEAP TOYS
CHECKLIST ARTWORK
OS1 CARD 8a
ARTWORK
   
       
 
ARTIST:
TOM Bunk
ARTIST:
JOHN Pound
 

~ The 'ADAM Bomb' character is the only artwork for the 'Chewy Candies' release rendered by a different artist, since artwork had already been created for the card wrapper by Tom Bunk and chosen over the new artwork. Additional information found within the 'UNPUBLISHED' section. The previously published and unreleased tight line artwork comparision:





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WRAPPER VARIATIONS:
~ Cherry, Grape or Strawberry


ALT. SPLIT PERSONALITY:
~ Card 13a Ashcan ANDY
~ Released in Series 2


BITS & BOBS:

~ The rendered artwork may be the most simplistic, colorwise, for the wrapper artwork, containing only a small amount of green for the garbage bag and blue for the droid body, however, the fine detail makes up for the lack of color variation. The light silver color would not work with the white wrapper background, but looks great with the blue galaxy background of the card worked into the rendering. For the final line artwork and color key chart, the published images had value codes written on the artwork.
 
WRAPPER
ARTWORK
OS1 CARD 13b
ARTWORK
   
       
 
ARTIST:
GEORGE Evans
ARTIST:
JOHN Pound
 



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WRAPPER VARIATIONS:
~ Cherry, Grape or Strawberry


ALT. SPLIT PERSONALITY:
~ Card 20a Swell MEL


BITS & BOBS:

~ The rendered artwork is a spitting image in position and posture to the card image, down to the chest hair. To keep colors to a minimum for the wrapper, the black/darker shoes, white undergarments and pink mirror have become yellow for the 'Chewy Candy' artwork. Extremely interesting to have a cross-dresser on a candy wrapper intended for the sale to children. Of course, the vanity table, chair, mirror, extra pair of shoes and closet full of additional, gaudy outfits seen within the card artwork have been removed for the wrapper artwork.
 
WRAPPER
ARTWORK
OS1 CARD 20b
ARTWORK
   
       
 
ARTIST:
GEORGE Evans
ARTIST:
JOHN Pound
 



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WRAPPER VARIATIONS:
~ Cherry, Grape or Strawberry


ALT. SPLIT PERSONALITY:
~ Card 26a Slobby ROBBIE


BITS & BOBS:

~ The rendered artwork is a great representation of the larger-than-life card image, perhaps even appearing bigger for the wrapper artwork. The broken weight scale and candy box have been changed to the color yellow from the color white so it wasn't lost within the white background of the wrapper artwork. The ice cream cone flavor and drippings on the body have become red for the exact same reasoning. Much like the 'ADAM Bomb' character and rendered artwork, the cracked ground has been removed from the final wrapper image.
 
WRAPPER
ARTWORK
OS1 CARD 26b
ARTWORK
   
       
 
ARTIST:
GEORGE Evans
ARTIST:
JOHN Pound
 



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WRAPPER VARIATIONS:
~ Cherry, Grape or Strawberry


ALT. SPLIT PERSONALITY:
~ Card 27a Brainy JANIE
~ Released in Series 2 + Bag Mascot


BITS & BOBS:

~ The rendered artwork colors for the brainiac of OS1 are pretty spot-on except for the hair is colored yellow to make it pop-out a bit more and the bow and computer changed to red and the keyboard to green. The female character was not only one of the lucky few printed in both releases, but is also the bag mascot for Series 2. The chalkboard has been left out of the wrapper artwork, that further hinted at her Einstein smarts. The text on the computer is also shorter on the wrapper artwork and did not transfer completely over to the 'Cheap Toys' candy checklist artwork.
 
CHEAP TOYS
CHECKLIST ARTWORK
OS1 CARD 27b
ARTWORK
   
       
 
ARTIST:
GEORGE Evans
ARTIST:
JOHN Pound
 

TIGHT LINE ARTWORK
& COLOR KEY:


~ The 'Chewy Candy' artwork is one of the few artwork pieces also found on the 'Cheap Toys' candy checklist.

~ The detail for the wrapper artwork is is pretty insane compared to Pound's final artwork. The color values are as follows: bow + computer = solid yellow and red (brick orange-like color), keyboard + test tube = solid yellow and blue (green color), labcoat = solid blue, computer screen = 30% blue, hair = solid yellow, and skin tone = 15% yellow and 15% red.
 



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WRAPPER VARIATIONS:
~ Cherry, Grape or Strawberry


ALT. SPLIT PERSONALITY:
~ Card 29a Bony JOANIE
~ Released in Series 2


BITS & BOBS:

~ The rendered artwork for the skinny minny character has the upper hand and arm and pigtails in a slightly different location to fill in gaps and has the appendages touching. The bright white diaper color has been changed to yellow to offset the white background of the wrapper, and for similar reasons the bone white skeleton color has been changed to a dead-blue color to pop-out on the wrapper. A bit different than the Imperial 'pencil case' skeleton on a blue background that has been changed to the color grey; by a different artist. Also seen in the 'Cheap Toys' checklist, the hair detail wasn't added.
 
CHEAP TOYS
CHECKLIST ARTWORK
OS1 CARD 29b
ARTWORK
   
       
 
ARTIST:
GEORGE Evans
ARTIST:
JOHN Pound
 



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WRAPPER VARIATIONS:
~ Cherry, Grape or Strawberry


ALT. SPLIT PERSONALITY:
~ Card 33a Mad MIKE
~ Released in Series 2


BITS & BOBS:

~ The rendered artwork for the charging barbarian changed the silver grey steel color to a blue color for the wrapper artwork, the fur on the one boot becomes yellow and the yellow leopard print becomes an orange color for the wrapper artwork. The detail for this character is quite impeccable, even showing the small scars on the skin, including weapon and belt detail. The card artwork has the head image at more of a head-on position, whereas the wrapper artwork has a slight tilt to the head and an older facial appearance.
 
WRAPPER
ARTWORK
OS1 CARD 33b
ARTWORK
   
       
 
ARTIST:
GEORGE Evans
ARTIST:
JOHN Pound
 



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WRAPPER VARIATIONS:
~ Cherry, Grape or Strawberry


ALT. SPLIT PERSONALITY:
~ Card 42a PATTY Putty


BITS & BOBS:

~ The rendered artwork for the silly putty-esque character image and color is almost idential to the final card artwork, except the white diaper has been changed to pink for the wrapper artwork due to the white background. The teeth for the character are a bit more lost on the wrapper artwork. This is also identifiable within the 'Cheap Toys' checklist artwork as well, one of the few 'Chewy Candy' images that made it into the Series 1 toy release. It is unknown if the same artist also completed the one OS3 image for the checklist along with the Series 2 Canadian-only release.
 
CHEAP TOYS
CHECKLIST ARTWORK
OS2 CARD 42b
ARTWORK
   
       
 
ARTIST:
GEORGE Evans
ARTIST:
JOHN Pound
 



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WRAPPER VARIATIONS:
~ Cherry, Grape or Strawberry


ALT. SPLIT PERSONALITY:
~ Card 44a SY Clops


BITS & BOBS:

~ The rendered artwork for the cyclops character remains in the same pose for the wrapper artwork so not entirely sure what the giant is reaching for since the pirates, boat and beach have been removed compared to the final card artwork; looks to be doing stretches while exercising, some toe touches. The white diaper has been changed to green so it's not lost with the white wrapper background, the sandy brown hair has been changed to a solid redish-orange color, and the reddish-brown eye of the card image has been changed to a bright blue color instead.
 
WRAPPER
ARTWORK
OS2 CARD 44b
ARTWORK
   
       
 
ARTIST:
GEORGE Evans
ARTIST:
JOHN Pound
 

TIGHT LINE ARTWORK
& COLOR KEY:


~ The translation to wrapper artwork is very accurate compared to Pound's final artwork. The color values are as follows: hair = solid yellow and solid red (brick-reddish color), skin tone = 15% red + 15% yellow, diaper = solid yellow + solid blue (green), the eyeball is labeled as white and the iris is labeled as 'solid red' but as you can see from the printed image, the eye color was changed to a solid blue color instead.
 



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WRAPPER VARIATIONS:
~ Cherry, Grape or Strawberry


ALT. SPLIT PERSONALITY:
~ Card 49a Double HEATHER
~ Card 49b aka Schizo FRAN


BITS & BOBS:

~ The rendered artwork detail for the double-headed character is changed significantly due to the dress pattern and yarn-like hair. The dress has become a solid blue instead of white-checkered with blue lines and the brunette hair has become solid with a brick-reddish color. The pigtail bows have also lost the white and blue color like the dress. Lastly, the white shoes have become yellow due to the white background of the wrapper. The line artwork can also be found on the Series 1 'Cheap Toys' checklist. The candy product was obviously created after the final print run of the OS2 series and name change.
 
CHEAP TOYS
CHECKLIST ARTWORK
OS2 CARD 49b
ARTWORK
   
       
 
ARTIST:
GEORGE Evans
ARTIST:
JOHN Pound
 



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WRAPPER VARIATIONS:
~ Cherry, Grape or Strawberry


ALT. SPLIT PERSONALITY:
~ Card 51a RUSSELL Muscle
~ Release in Series 2


BITS & BOBS:

~ The rendered artwork detail for the body builder character has a few subtle changes compared to the final card artwork. The weight bar looks to be slightly more curved and colored blue instead of gold and the character's muscle definition isn't as detailed as the card artwork, leaving out some leg and arm lines and the stomach muscle curvatore line, but otherwise most of the color remains the same. The line artwork can also be found on the Series 1 'Cheap Toys' checklist.
 
CHEAP TOYS
CHECKLIST ARTWORK
OS2 CARD 51b
ARTWORK
   
       
 
ARTIST:
GEORGE Evans
ARTIST:
JOHN Pound
 



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WRAPPER VARIATIONS:
~ Cherry, Grape or Strawberry


ALT. SPLIT PERSONALITY:
~ Card 55a Hairy GARY
~ Released in Series 2


BITS & BOBS:

~ The rendered artwork for the caveman character is extremely detailed compared to the final card artwork. The body hair is only slightly reduced along the chest area, the treasure path becoming more like a treasure trail. The leopard pattern is greatly reduced considering the smaller scale, so the pattern appears larger on the wrapper artwork. Much like the animal print of OS1, the color has changed from yellow to a brick-reddish color (intended to be orange) for the wrapper artwork along with the club, changing from brown. The characters face, not the head, is turned slightly to the right.
 
WRAPPER
ARTWORK
OS2 CARD 55b
ARTWORK
   
       
 
ARTIST:
GEORGE Evans
ARTIST:
JOHN Pound
 

TIGHT LINE ARTWORK
& COLOR KEY:


~ The attention to detail for the wrapper artwork is excellent, Topps wants a good represention and translation for their licensed product. The color values are as follows: skin tone = 15% yellow and 15% red, club = 50% yellow and 50% red (brick reddish color) and the clothing = solid yellow + 50% red for the orange color. The club has been removed from the cavewoman/victim and the color scheme remains relatively the same for both prehistoric characters.
 



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WRAPPER VARIATIONS:
~ Cherry, Grape or Strawberry


ALT. SPLIT PERSONALITY:
~ Card 56a Hairy CARRIE


BITS & BOBS:

~ The rendered artwork for the cavewoman character is extremely detailed compared to the final card artwork. The body hair is only slightly reduced along the arm and stomach area, the treasure path becoming more like a treasure trail. The leopard pattern is greatly reduced considering the smaller scale, so the pattern appears larger on the wrapper artwork. Much like the animal print of OS1, the color has changed from yellow to a brick-reddish color (intended to be orange) for the wrapper artwork along with the club, changing from brown. The knocked-out character's face isn't as detailed on the much smaller scale.
 
WRAPPER
ARTWORK
OS2 CARD 56b
ARTWORK
   
       
 
ARTIST:
GEORGE Evans
ARTIST:
JOHN Pound
 

TIGHT LINE ARTWORK
& COLOR KEY:


~ The attention to detail for the wrapper artwork is excellent, Topps wants a good represention and translation for their licensed product. The color values are as follows: skin tone = 15% yellow and 15% red, club = 50% yellow and 50% red (brick reddish color), hair = 50% blue, and the clothing = solid yellow + 50% red for the orange color. The club has been removed from the caveman/victim and the color scheme remains relatively the same for both prehistoric characters.
 



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WRAPPER VARIATIONS:
~ Cherry, Grape or Strawberry


ALT. SPLIT PERSONALITY:
~ Card 61a Jolly ROGER
~ Released in Series 2


BITS & BOBS:

~ The rendered artwork for the pirate character, colorwise, is quite different due to the source material of the wrapper and it's limited amount of color. The breeches, hankerchief, ruffles and hat stayed the same colors and the brick-red of the hooked hand, pegleg and knife changed from brown. Minus the parot's head plumage, the rest of the bird remained the same color. The major change was the pirate shirt and cross bones & skull both becoming yellow, the one boot and sword becoming blue, and the beard stubble becoming a fully-fledged brick-red beard.
 
WRAPPER
ARTWORK
OS2 CARD 61b
ARTWORK
   
       
 
ARTIST:
GEORGE Evans
ARTIST:
JOHN Pound
 



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WRAPPER VARIATIONS:
~ Cherry, Grape or Strawberry


ALT. SPLIT PERSONALITY:
~ Card 62a Greaser GREG


BITS & BOBS:

~ The rendered artwork for the gang member, colorwise, is quite different due to the source material of the wrapper and it's limited amount of color. The character's position itself has been rotated so the fighter looks to be coming head-on, whereas on card, the character is coming at you at an angle. The cigarette remains, but the top part of the chain has been removed; the remaining bottom section and knife blade have been changed to the color blue. The black leather jacket is now rain-coat yellow along with most of the All-Star-esque shoes. The T-shirt has become fire-red along with the switchblade handle, and a blue tint added to the hair.
 
WRAPPER
ARTWORK
OS2 CARD 62b
ARTWORK
   
       
 
ARTIST:
GEORGE Evans
ARTIST:
JOHN Pound
 





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** SERIES 2 **


WRAPPER VARIATIONS:
~ Cherry or Grape


ALT. SPLIT PERSONALITY:
~ Card 1a Nasty NICK


BITS & BOBS:

~ The rendered artwork for the bloodsucker and Barbie parody victim stay pretty true to their nature. The vampire suit remains black, and along with the dolls solid dark purple dress, the character is somewhat lost; the dress should have been a light violet purple. The infamous GPK bat has been removed, along with the single star and the crescent moon. Even with the smaller medium, Dracula keeps his necklace and the Ken-cheater retains her spectacles. The vimpire teethmark bite and dripping blood did not transfer over very well, however, but this is very minor in the (smaller) scope of things.
 
WRAPPER
ARTWORK
OS1 CARD 1b
ARTWORK
   
       
 
ARTIST:
GEORGE Evans
ARTIST:
JOHN Pound
 

TIGHT LINE ARTWORK
& COLOR KEY:


~ The wrapper artwork color key appears to have been doubled for the second release, allowing a lot more colors. The color values include a light purple, almost violet, solid dress for the doll figure that is unfortunately printed with a dark purple, a darker skin-tone than normal for the Beach Barbie doll, yellow for the untextured hair, the underlining of the vampire's cape remains red, but the character is given blue highlights for the outer cape and hairline.
 



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WRAPPER VARIATIONS:
~ Cherry or Grape


ALT. SPLIT PERSONALITY:
~ Card 9a Boozin' BRUCE


BITS & BOBS:

~ The rendered artwork for the drunken businessman is slightly downplayed, missing the blue bunny, green snake and the top section of the lamppost. The image remains reversed to match the printed card image with the baby bottle reading 'LO TOR TUG' instead of 'OL ROT GUT', later corrected for the Abram's GPK book release and for reprinted card images. Unlike most wrapper images, the white business shirt remains white but the white baby bottle has been changed to a solid color. A great candy character and role model for children!
 
WRAPPER
ARTWORK
OS1 CARD 9b
ARTWORK
   
       
 
ARTIST:
GEORGE Evans
ARTIST:
JOHN Pound
 

TIGHT LINE ARTWORK
& COLOR KEY:


~ This particular wrapper artwork may contain one of the most color combinations when compared to the other wrappers. The color values as previous final color key artwork contains: skin tone is pinker/redder, bottle = 50% yellow and 50% red (brick reddish color), along with pink for the elephant, red for the tie, yellow for the beer vomit, brown for the hat, blue for the symbols and water drain hole rim.
 



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WRAPPER VARIATIONS:
~ Cherry or Grape


ALT. SPLIT PERSONALITY:
~ Card 10b Geeky GARY


BITS & BOBS:

~ The rendered artwork for the spaced-out view-master character looks strangely different considering the, mainly brown, television sets have been changed to a 'unnatural' blue color. Plus, two unfinished TV sets remain on either side of the character leaving a 'floating' screen as seen within the wrapper, tight line artwork and the xeroxed color rough key. Small detail like the character's TV antenna and the smiling watch remain intact. Three additional television sets and a camcorder have been removed from the background of the character so he is no longer surrounded, and the face on the screens has been removed.
 
WRAPPER
ARTWORK
OS1 CARD 10a
ARTWORK
   
       
 
ARTIST:
GEORGE Evans
ARTIST:
JOHN Pound
 

TIGHT LINE ARTWORK
& COLOR KEY:


~ This particular wrapper artwork may contain the least amount of colors for any wrapper for the release; consisting of the skin-tone color, the dark blue for the character's overalls and shoe stripes, light blue for the front of the television sets and brown for the back fo the television sets. It's suprising they did not use read for the swirling, dazed eyes.Of course, the faux brown woodgrain texture has been removed from the television sets.
 



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WRAPPER VARIATIONS:
~ Cherry or Grape


ALT. SPLIT PERSONALITY:
~ Card 13b Spacey Stacy
~ Released in Series 1


BITS & BOBS:

~ The rendered artwork may be the most simplistic, colorwise, for the wrapper artwork, containing only a small amount of green for the garbage bag and blue for the droid body, however, the fine detail makes up for the lack of color variation. The light silver color would not work with the white wrapper background, but looks great with the blue galaxy background of the card worked into the rendering. For the final line artwork and color chart, the published images had value codes written on the artwork.
 
WRAPPER
ARTWORK
OS1 CARD 13b
ARTWORK
   
       
 
ARTIST:
GEORGE Evans
ARTIST:
JOHN Pound
 



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WRAPPER VARIATIONS:
~ Cherry or Grape


ALT. SPLIT PERSONALITY:
~ Card 16b Haggy MAGGIE


BITS & BOBS:

~ The rendered artwork for the cauldron stirring witchypoo may be one of the most colorful of the Series 2 wrappers. The light green vapors within the color key rough became dark green for the final wrapper artwork and the light blue skull, previously bone-colored, became a dark blue for the wrapper ... whereas the dark blue clothing and bat became almost a dark black color washing them out; surprisingly, the GPK bat makes an appearance but is missing in the 'Evil EDDIE' wrapper. Unfortunately, the floating eye(ball)-of-newt also got lost within the wrapper artwork along with the chicken foot.
 
WRAPPER
ARTWORK
OS1 CARD 16a
ARTWORK
   
       
 
ARTIST:
GEORGE Evans
ARTIST:
JOHN Pound
 

TIGHT LINE ARTWORK
& COLOR KEY:


~ The wrapper artwork color key appears to have been doubled for the second release, allowing a lot more colors. The color values as previous final color key artwork contains: skin tone = 15% yellow and 15% red, caldron and snake= 50% yellow and 50% red (brick reddish color), along with yellow for the flames and hair, green for the frog and potion, light green fumes = 50% yellow + 10% blue, light blue for the skull, ladle and hat buckle, dark blue for the bat and outfit.
 



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WRAPPER VARIATIONS:
~ Cherry or Grape


ALT. SPLIT PERSONALITY:
~ Card 27b JENNY Genius
~ Released in Series 1


BITS & BOBS:

~ The rendered artwork colors for the brainiac of OS1 are pretty spot-on except for the hair colored yellow to make it pop-out a bit more and the bow and computer changed to red and the keyboard to green. The chalkboard has been left out of the wrapper artwork. The text on the computer is also shorter on the wrapper artwork and did not transfer completely over to the 'Cheap Toys' checklist artwork. The character is perhaps one of the only female mascot characters used for main packaging; the final line and color rough artwork can be seen within the Series 1 section above.
 
CHEAP TOYS
CHECKLIST ARTWORK
OS1 CARD 27a
ARTWORK
   
       
 
ARTIST:
GEORGE Evans
ARTIST:
JOHN Pound
 



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WRAPPER VARIATIONS:
~ Cherry or Grape


ALT. SPLIT PERSONALITY:
~ Card 29b Thin LYNN
~ Released in Series 1


BITS & BOBS:

~ The rendered artwork for the skinny minny character has the upper hand and arm and pigtails in a slightly different location to fill in gaps and have the appendages touching. The bright white diaper color has been changed to yellow to offset the white background of the wrapper, and for similar reasons the bone white skeleton color has been changed to a blue color to pop-out on the wrapper. A bit different than the Imperial 'pencil case' skeleton on a blue background that has been changed to the color grey; by a different artist. As seen in the 'Cheap Toys' checklist, the hair detail wasn't added.
 
CHEAP TOYS
CHECKLIST ARTWORK
OS1 CARD 29a
ARTWORK
   
       
 
ARTIST:
GEORGE Evans
ARTIST:
JOHN Pound
 



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WRAPPER VARIATIONS:
~ Cherry or Grape


ALT. SPLIT PERSONALITY:
~ Card 30a New Wave DAVE

BITS & BOBS:

~ The rendered artwork for the street anarchist has the word 'SMUT' and other partial word removed from the wall and the third spray can is completely missing from the image. The spray cans have become a solid green color and the character's hair more of a brown. As seen in the 'Cheap Toys' checklist, the same artwork was used but the pose of the actual toy figure is quite different and most of the pink spray paint has been removed. Also, the word 'Graffiti' is misspelled 'Grafitti' on the checklist, but is spelled correctly on the 'Chewy Candy' wrapper.
 
CHEAP TOYS
CHECKLIST ARTWORK
OS1 CARD 30b
ARTWORK
   
       
 
ARTIST:
GEORGE Evans
ARTIST:
JOHN Pound
 



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WRAPPER VARIATIONS:
~ Cherry or Grape


ALT. SPLIT PERSONALITY:
~ Card 33b Savage STUART
~ Released in Series 1


BITS & BOBS:

~ The rendered artwork for the charging barbarian changed the silver grey steel color to a blue color for the wrapper artwork, the fur on the one boot becomes yellow and the yellow leopard print becomes an orange color for the wrapper artwork. The detail for this character is quite impeccable, even showing the small scars on the skin, including weapon and belt detail. The card artwork has the head image at more of a head-on position, whereas the wrapper artwork has a slight tilt to the head and an older facial appearance.
 
WRAPPER
ARTWORK
OS1 CARD 33a
ARTWORK
   
       
 
ARTIST:
GEORGE Evans
ARTIST:
JOHN Pound
 



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WRAPPER VARIATIONS:
~ Cherry or Grape


ALT. SPLIT PERSONALITY:
~ Card 34a KIM Kong


BITS & BOBS:

~ The rendered artwork for the brachiating ape, like the other wrappers in the release, is a spitting, or drooling image of the final artwork and card image. Only half of the branch is used for the wrapper artwork and the character's head is positioned closer to this limb than what's found on the original artwork. The hair bow color is rather lost within the wrapper image, but the new, blue baby bottle color does stick out much better. The whole banana, peel and fruit, itself is a solid yellow color that pokes and pops out nicely on the white background of the wrapper.
 
WRAPPER
ARTWORK
OS1 CARD 34b
ARTWORK
   
       
 
ARTIST:
GEORGE Evans
ARTIST:
JOHN Pound
 

TIGHT LINE ARTWORK
& COLOR KEY:


~ The wrapper artwork color key appears to have been doubled for the second release, allowing a lot more colors. The color values include dark blue for the eyes, light blue for the spit drool and baby bottle, yellow for the banana, leopard print diaper and baby bottle nipple, red for the hair bow, tongue and baby bottle lid, brown for the tree limb, dark green for the tree leaves and orange for the ape fur.
 



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WRAPPER VARIATIONS:
~ Cherry or Grape


ALT. SPLIT PERSONALITY:
~ Card 35a Wrinkly RANDY


BITS & BOBS:

~ The rendered artwork for the rocking-out old folker changes slighlty, the character is given a long sleeve shirt instead of the short sleeves as found on the card image. The 'I WANNA ROCK' logo is in black text and there are far less old age wrinkles that can be found on the character due to the smaller wrapper artwork format. The patch on the knee is printed in a dark blue rather than purple and the grey cane, to help push since the doll-legs do not reach the ground, is found in the same yellow color as the rocking chair.
 
WRAPPER
ARTWORK
OS1 CARD 35b
ARTWORK
   
       
 
ARTIST:
GEORGE Evans
ARTIST:
JOHN Pound
 

TIGHT LINE ARTWORK
& COLOR KEY:


~ The wrapper artwork color key appears to have been doubled for the second release, allowing a lot more colors. The color values include dark blue for the character's eyes and outfit, a purple patch swatch on the character's knee is questioned and eventually printed more in dark blue, red for the slippers and watch and yellow for the rocking chair and walking cane.
 



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WRAPPER VARIATIONS:
~ Cherry or Grape


ALT. SPLIT PERSONALITY:
~ Card 36a Wrappin' RUTH


BITS & BOBS:

~ The rendered artwork for the undead character is practically the same, wrappings and all. The gold sarcophagus has been changed to an dark red-orange for the wrapper artwork with similar blue stripes. The sun-baked brown skin has been changed to a dead-grey color. Considering the character is mostly surrounded by the sarcophagus, the wrappings could remain white without being affected by the white wrapper background. Althought the desert background is absent, the small evil eye symbol is still intact.
 
WRAPPER
ARTWORK
OS1 CARD 36b
ARTWORK
   
       
 
ARTIST:
GEORGE Evans
ARTIST:
JOHN Pound
 

TIGHT LINE ARTWORK
& COLOR KEY:


~ The wrapper artwork color key appears to have been doubled for the second release, allowing a lot more colors. The color values include a dark orange-red for the sarcophagus and a lighter orange-red for the rim; questioned as 'light orange' on the final artwork. The skin-tone has become a dead-grey color and the eyelids brown — which really can't be made out on the wrapper, if it was even chosen for the final color key for the artwork.
 



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WRAPPER VARIATIONS:
~ Cherry or Grape


ALT. SPLIT PERSONALITY:
~ Card 38b Lizard LIZ


BITS & BOBS:

~ The rendered artwork for the anthropomorphic lizard person remains a nice solid green color and really pops out on the wrapper. Unfortunately, there are two colors that were either removed or accidentally not included for the red forked tongue and the brown table; most likely an accident since the now white table is totally lost within the white background of the wrapper. The white diaper has also been strangely colored green along with the reptile. The least effective transfer from color rough to wrapper artwork.
 
WRAPPER
ARTWORK
OS1 CARD 38a
ARTWORK
   
       
 
ARTIST:
GEORGE Evans
ARTIST:
JOHN Pound
 

TIGHT LINE ARTWORK
& COLOR KEY:


~ The wrapper artwork color key appears to have been doubled for the second release, allowing a lot more colors. The color values include the green skin tone (solid yellow + 60% blue), the bib that remains yellow, light blue for the silverware (knife and fork) and fly wings, dark blue for the housefly body, red for the forked tongue and a dark brown for the table setting for one. Sadly, the red and brown colors were not transfered correctly over for the wrapper production leaving the image looking incomplete.
 



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WRAPPER VARIATIONS:
~ Cherry, Grape or Strawberry


ALT. SPLIT PERSONALITY:
~ Card 51b BRETT Sweat
~ Release in Series 1


BITS & BOBS:

~ The rendered artwork detail for the body builder character has a few subtle changes compared to the final card artwork. The weight bar looks to be slightly more curved and colored blue instead of gold and the character's muscle definition isn't as detailed as the card artwork, leaving out some leg and arm lines and the stomach muscle curvatore line, but otherwise most of the color remains the same. The line artwork can also be found on the Series 1 'Cheap' Toys checklist.
 
CHEAP TOYS
CHECKLIST ARTWORK
OS2 CARD 51a
ARTWORK
   
       
 
ARTIST:
GEORGE Evans
ARTIST:
JOHN Pound
 



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WRAPPER VARIATIONS:
~ Cherry or Grape


ALT. SPLIT PERSONALITY:
~ Card 55b Brutal BRAD
~ Released in Series 1


BITS & BOBS:

~ The rendered artwork for the caveman character is extremely detailed compared to the final card artwork. The body hair is only slightly reduced along the chest area, the treasure path becoming more like a treasure trail. The leopard pattern is greatly reduced considering the smaller scale, so the pattern appears larger on the wrapper artwork. Much like the animal print of OS1, the color has changed from yellow to a brick-reddish color for the wrapper artwork along with the club, changing from brown. The final line and color rough artwork can be seen within the Series 1 section above.
 
WRAPPER
ARTWORK
OS2 CARD 55a
ARTWORK
   
       
 
ARTIST:
GEORGE Evans
ARTIST:
JOHN Pound
 



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WRAPPER VARIATIONS:
~ Cherry or Grape


ALT. SPLIT PERSONALITY:
~ Card 61b Pegleg PETER
~ Released in Series 1


BITS & BOBS:

~ The rendered artwork for the pirate character, colorwise, is quite different due to the source material of the wrapper and it's limited amount of color. The breeches, hankerchief, ruffles and hat stayed the same colors and the brick-red of the hooked hand, pegleg and knife changed from brown. Minus the parot's head plumage, the rest of the bird remained the same color. The major changed was the pirate shirt and cross bones & skull both becoming yellow, the one boot and sword becoming blue, and the beard stubble becoming a fully-fledged brick-red beard.
 
WRAPPER
ARTWORK
OS2 CARD 61a
ARTWORK
   
       
 
ARTIST:
GEORGE Evans
ARTIST:
JOHN Pound
 





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Of the thirty-two Series 1 and Series 2 'Chewy Candy' wrapper mascots printed, twenty-one from the OS1 set and eleven from the OS2 set, twenty-five of the characters are unique images, seventeen from OS1 and eight from OS2. However, there were several unpublished OS1 images auctioned off on eBay, via the Topps Vault, that never made it past the tight line and color rough key phase. Whether due to the topic or nature, these images were passed over by the Topps Art Department and the sheet that the trading card and artwork were taped down to remain clean, without any color key values, nomenclature, et cetera. If the artwork did not enter into post-production the color values and nomenclature was not indentified. This section does not catch all of the unpublished artwork images, but no unreleased OS2 artwork has been recorded.



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TIGHT LINE ARTWORK
& COLOR KEY:

~ Fryin' BRIAN and Electric BILL

~ For the unreleased image, the entire surrounding electrical shock flash has been removed, but the two lonely electric bolts can be found elsewhere on the newly rendered artwork.The light wooden chair, now a brick red color, is missing a middle slab section and the leather belt and silver buckle take on the same color. The four flying sweat beads, down from five, are yellow instead of blue.
 
 
OS1 CARD 4a & 4b
ARTWORK
 
 
ARTIST:
JOHN Pound



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TIGHT LINE ARTWORK
& COLOR KEY:

~ Dead TED and JAY Decay

~ For the unreleased image, the walking dead character would have taken on a whole different zombified look with an entire brown deteriorating outfit and pale blue skin and bones. The grey tombstone has been colored green along with the one eyeball iris. The buzzing fly is missing from the rendered artwork along with the extra pile of cemetary dirt surrounding the character, not to mention the huge moon.
 
 
OS1 CARD 5a & 5b
ARTWORK
 
 
ARTIST:
JOHN Pound



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TIGHT LINE ARTWORK
& COLOR KEY:

~ ART Apart and Busted BOB

~ For the unreleased image, the separated-at-birth doorstopper character has a lighter skin tone color and a missing belly button. The limb sockets are now black holes instead of stuffed with white cotton and the truncated door is now solid blue for the rendered artwork. The dirty dishwater blond hair is now a brilliant yellow and the background lightsocket is missing.
 
 
OS1 CARD 6a & 6b
ARTWORK
 
 
ARTIST:
JOHN Pound



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TIGHT LINE ARTWORK
& COLOR KEY:

~ ADAM Bomb and Blasted BILLY

~ For the unreleased image, the slightly donut-shaped mushroom cloud would have been a vibrant orange and red color instead of blue, the tie would have contained stripes as the card artwork and the detonator (red color) and shoes (yellow color) could always be colored in at a later date much like the yellow shoes of the 'Chewy Candy' wrapper artwork. Slightly older look feel to the face.
 
 
OS1 CARD 8a & 8b
ARTWORK
 
 
ARTIST:
JOHN Pound



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TIGHT LINE ARTWORK
& COLOR KEY:

~ Itchy RICHIE and Bugged BERT

~ For the unreleased image, the discarded and bugged infested doll doesn't have his head split open at the top with bugs crawling out, more like a forehead buttchin. Although the image does contain the jumping bed bugs, the jumping movement lines are missing. The spiderweb is still intact but greatly reduced and lowered, not as detailed and of course there are a lot less bugs.
 
 
OS1 CARD 11a & 11b
ARTWORK
 
 
ARTIST:
JOHN Pound



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TIGHT LINE ARTWORK
& COLOR KEY:

~ Wacky JACKIE and Loony LENNY

~ For the unreleased image, the straightjacket, seemingly, would have remained white, unlike most rendered artwork where most white objects are changed due to the nature of the white background of the candy wrapper. The pink padded walls and floor are of course missing and the blue pajamas have become green with red stars; most likely would've been printed too dark and difficult to see the detail.
 
 
OS1 CARD 17a & 17b
ARTWORK
 
 
ARTIST:
JOHN Pound



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TIGHT LINE ARTWORK
& COLOR KEY:

~ Wacky JACKIE and Loony LENNY

~ For the unreleased image, the pimple-popping, pus-infused character the skin tone wouldn've remained relatively the same and the purple shorts and suspenders as well, making it one of the easiest color transitions, but apparently not good tight line artwork, since the artwork is different. The acne lotion was changed to a blue bottle from the color green and the bandaid switched to a white color.
 
 
OS1 CARD 19a & 19b
ARTWORK
 
 
ARTIST:
JOHN Pound

CHEAP TOYS
CHECKLIST ARTWORK

Although the 'ACME ACNE' character remained unreleased within the 'Chewy Candy' realm, the tight line artwork was used (previously?) for the 'Cheap Toys' checklist for character #7 Crater CHRIS. Strangely, it is unknown if the same artist took over for the color mock-up, but the artwork is entirely different with the popped zit reduced in size, the gyser spurting instead of gushing, the fingers completey re-positioned, bandaid moved, the mouth is off-centered and 'ZIT GOO' cap missing. The color rough key image would've been printed and is obviously not a xeroxed copy but new tight ink artwork. The original tight ink artwork was the only unblemished artwork available for the checklist.



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TIGHT LINE ARTWORK
& COLOR KEY:

~ Junky JEFF and Stinky STAN

~ For the unreleased image, the self-recycling refuse container character that doesn't refuse trash of any type is a nice colorful artwork rendering. Most of the dark green and brown splotches have become more yellow to green in color. The fish head changed to green, the eyes to blue and the grey trash can to a light blue. Two additional garbage cans are missing from the image along with the full moon and electric pole.
 
 
OS1 CARD 22a & 22b
ARTWORK
 
 
ARTIST:
JOHN Pound



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TIGHT LINE ARTWORK
& COLOR KEY:

~ Run Down RHODA and Flat PAT

~ For the unreleased image, the roadkill character may be the most straightforward rendition from card image to wrapper color, down to the pink gum and pink stripes on the CPK-esque shoes. The steamroller has been cropped down to basically just the large back roller 'wheel' and the street contains two line dashes rather than three. Freshly paved and pressed.
 
 
OS1 CARD 31a & 31b
ARTWORK
 
 
ARTIST:
JOHN Pound



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TIGHT LINE ARTWORK
& COLOR KEY:

~ Run Down RHODA and Flat PAT

~ For the unreleased image, the character and coloring as a whole is pretty solid. The ice pick is missing from the image, but also the character's right pigtail and pink bow which is now covered by ice, as well as part of the character's right leg that should be colored purple and not blue (for the ice); making the legs look awkward. You're not able to see the character's left arm through the ice either.
 
 
OS1 CARD 32a & 32b
ARTWORK
 
 
ARTIST:
JOHN Pound



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TIGHT LINE ARTWORK
& COLOR KEY:

~ GuilloTINA and CINDY Lopper

~ For the unreleased image, the color for the character's dress was drastically changed for the rendered artwork and color key mock-up to the color blue so it would 'pop' off the wrapper better. The red hair and green eyes remain the same, but the cold hard grey slab holding the guillotine and head basket has been turned and colored into wood. The detail to the woodgrain and basking weave is very impressive, and possibly too detailed for a candy wrapper.
 


 
OS1 CARD 37a & 37b
ARTWORK
 
 
ARTIST:
JOHN Pound





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THE CHEWY CANDY EDITION


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CHEWY CANDIES — SERIES 1 — CHERRY, GRAPE + STRAWBERRY VARIATIONS
#
WRAPPER CHARACTER + SERIES
GPK LOGO
RENDERED ARTWORK
ORGINAL CARD + ARTIST
1
RAY DECAY : OS1
STRAIGHT
GEORGE Evans
2b : JOHN Pound
2
ADAM BOMB : OS1 : BAG CHARACTER
STRAIGHT
TOM Bunk
8a : JOHN Pound
3
SPACEY STACY : OS1
STRAIGHT
GEORGE Evans
13b : JOHN Pound
4
DRESSY JESSE : OS1
STRAIGHT
GEORGE Evans
20b : JOHN Pound
5
FAT MATT : OS1
STRAIGHT
GEORGE Evans
26b : JOHN Pound
6
JENNY GENIUS : OS1
STRAIGHT
GEORGE Evans
27b : JOHN Pound
7
THIN LYNN : OS1
STRAIGHT
GEORGE Evans
29b : JOHN Pound
8
SAVAGE STUART : OS1
STRAIGHT
GEORGE Evans
33b : JOHN Pound
9
MUGGIN' MEGAN : OS2
STRAIGHT
GEORGE Evans
42b : JOHN Pound
10
ONE-EYED JACK : OS2
STRAIGHT
GEORGE Evans
44b : JOHN Pound
11
FRAN FRAN : OS2
STRAIGHT
GEORGE Evans
49b : JOHN Pound
12
BRETT SWEAT : OS2
STRAIGHT
GEORGE Evans
51b : JOHN Pound
13
BRUTAL BRAD : OS2
STRAIGHT
GEORGE Evans
55b : JOHN Pound
14
BRUTAL BRIDGETTE : OS2
STRAIGHT
GEORGE Evans
56b : JOHN Pound
15
PEGLEG PETER : OS2
STRAIGHT
GEORGE Evans
61b : JOHN Pound
16
CHRIS HISS : OS2
STRAIGHT
GEORGE Evans
62b : JOHN Pound



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CHEWY CANDIES — SERIES 2 — CHERRY + GRAPE VARIATIONS
#
WRAPPER CHARACTER + SERIES
GPK LOGO
RENDERED ARTWORK
ORGINAL CARD + ARTIST
1
EVIL EDDIE : OS1
BANNER
GEORGE Evans
1b : JOHN Pound
2
DRUNK KEN : OS1
BANNER
GEORGE Evans
9b : JOHN Pound
3
TEE-VEE STEVIE : OS1
BANNER
GEORGE Evans
10a : JOHN Pound
4
ASHCAN ANDY : OS1
BANNER
GEORGE Evans
13a : JOHN Pound
5
WEIRD WENDY : OS1
BANNER
GEORGE Evans
16a : JOHN Pound
6
BRAINY JANIE : OS1 : BAG CHARACTER
BANNER
GEORGE Evans
27a : JOHN Pound
7
BONY JOANIE : OS1
BANNER
GEORGE Evans
29a : JOHN Pound
8
GRAFITTI PETEY : OS1
BANNER
GEORGE Evans
30b : JOHN Pound
9
MAD MIKE : OS1
BANNER
GEORGE Evans
33a : JOHN Pound
10
ANNA BANANA : OS1
BANNER
GEORGE Evans
34b : JOHN Pound
11
ROCKIN' ROBERT : OS1
BANNER
GEORGE Evans
35b : JOHN Pound
12
TOMMY TOMB : OS1
BANNER
GEORGE Evans
36b : JOHN Pound
13
SLIMY SAM : OS1
BANNER
GEORGE Evans
38a : JOHN Pound
14
RUSSELL MUSCLE : OS2
BANNER
GEORGE Evans
51a : JOHN Pound
15
HAIRY GARY : OS2
BANNER
GEORGE Evans
55a : JOHN Pound
16
JOLLY ROGER : OS2
BANNER
GEORGE Evans
61a : JOHN Pound



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