FYE Launches Garbage Pail Kids Playing Card Deck

The stream of GPK merchandise from FYE never stops. This morning FYE listed for sale a Garbage Pail Kids Playing Card Deck. The deck features the same artwork used for the GPKNation playing card coins, and is manufactured by Just Funky. The list price for the deck is $5.99. As of press time the listing shows unavailable, so keep checking to see if it goes back into stock.

FYE Offering Exclusive Garbage Pail Kids Promo Card With Mini Cereal

Update 10/4: There appears to be two different FYE cereal promo cards. GPK collector Matt Rocco pulled what appears to be the rarer Barf Bits cars. According to signage in the store the Barf Bits card is limited to 300 copies. Thanks to Matt for the picture!

FYE begin selling the previously advertised mini-cereal 3 pack in stores and online yesterday. If you purchase the cereals in store, they are passing out an exclusive Bony Tony’s Skull Crunch promo card. Artwork for the card and cereal boxes was done by GPK artist Joe Simko. The card comes wrapped in a silver wrapper. So far no other cards have surfaced. If additional cards surface this post will be updated. No idea how many cards will be available or if all stores received them. Thanks to GPK collector Kelly Eve for the pictures of the card and cereal! Get down to your local FYE now, to check availability!

FYE Launches Garbage Pail Kids Bowl/Spoon Set

The next round of officially licensed FYE merchandise looks to be hitting shelves. FYE has launched a Garbage Pail Kids bowl and spoon set. Thanks to GPK collector Wendy Miller for the picture who spotted these in her local FYE store going out of business. The bowl features green slime and a number of GPK characters on the outside. The store had these available for $14.99. Topps has already announced there would be a set of new mini cereals coming for FYE later this year. This bowl would make the perfect addition to your breakfast.

Topps Reveals Upcoming Licensed Merchandise

Topps today shared a Garbage Pail Kids September Newsletter that promotes both previously released and upcoming products. Everything GPK is included on the flyer. Both the upcoming 35th anniversary retail set, and WAX Blockchain set are advertised. There were some previously unannounced products revealed on the flyer. USAopoly will be launching a second 1000 piece puzzle in November. FYE is slated to launch mini-cereal boxes in stores and online on 9/17/20. Finally there are teasers for upcoming products in 2020 from Super 7, Geeki Tikis, and Mew Funkos! The 35th anniversary of GPK continues to be full of options for collectors!

FYE Launches Garbage Pail Kids Cereal Bar

FYE is back with the latest GPK consumable. FYE stores today begun selling Garbage Pail Kids Cereal Bars. The packaging advertises them as Crazy Crisps with Marshmellow Barf Bits. Retail price in the store is $7.99. Thanks to Collector Brad Lenheim who was first to spot these in the wild. The bars look very much like the cereal launched last year. Most likely you will be able to find these in stores across the country and online soon.

FYE Announces Garbage Pail Kids Hot Sauce

Yesterday was National Hot Sauce day. FYE is taking that to heart with their announcement that Garbage Pail Kids hot sauces will be coming soon. The sauces were first announced on their blog, but now are also showing up on their online store as coming soon. For $5.99 a bottle, collectors can get their hands on Hot Scott’s Infernal Fire or Adam Bomb’s Nuclear Meltdown sauces. There will also be Nasty Nick’s Mouth-Impaler Garlic and Fryin Ryan’s Tongue-Destroyer flavors available as well. While there is no release date announced these should be available shortly giving they are already listed in the online store.

FYE NYCC Garbage Pail Kids Promo Surfaces

Not to be left out, FYE themselves issues yet another Garbage Pail Kids promo today at their booth. Using the art from their cereal boxes released earlier in the year, the promo features Crispy Christy. The back of the card identifies it as a NYCC 2019 promo card. The card is being handed out at the FYE booth today during Joe Simko’s autograph signing. There continues to be surprises at NYCC for GPK collectors.

Topps to Sell GPK Takes Over NYC Set at NYCC

With this years New York Comic Con just a couple of days away, Topps has been quiet about what they will have in store at the show. Today via his Facebook page, Garbage Pail Kids artist Joe Simko showed two cards that will be part of the GPK Takes Over NYC set. Joe Simko painted 11 new pieces for the set. There will be an “A” names set, a “B” names set, and a “C” names set featuring New York themed names. The cost for the set is currently unknown. Topps has also announced the set on their blog. They mention the purchase of the set will include a special bonus card, while supplies last. Topps also mentions there will be a GPK promo card available Saturday at the show.

Joe Simko will also be all over NYCC signing autographs are different booths. He is scheduled at the GeekiTiki booth #2164 on Friday from 1:00-3:00. Then he will head over to Topps booth, #454, to sign autos from 4:00-5:00. Finally on Saturday he will be at the FYE boot, #622, to sign some cereal boxes.

Exclusive John Pound SDCC Promo Surfaces

With San Diego Comic Con in full gear, the second Garbage Pail Kids Promo card for the show has surfaced. Thanks to eBay a couple of sellers have posted the card, a reprint of Adam Bomb. The back of the card identifies it as a con promo with both a Topps and FYE logo. Pound is scheduled to sign autographs at the FYE booth Friday. Barring any other weekend surprises this looks to be the final SDCC GPK promo card.

Exclusive Simko SDCC Promo Card Surfaces


Thanks to eBay the first exclusive San Diego Comic Con Garbage Pail Kids promo card has surfaced. This one is a GPK Cereal Card named Barf Bit Betty. The art is the same art used on the 3f card from the FYE GPK cereal, but this time there is a character name. Joe Simko is being advertised to be signing promo cards at both the FYE store and the FYE booth at SDCC. I’m guessing this is one of the cards being given out. This of course brings up the question, do promos exist for all 4 cereal cards? There is also a John Pound promo card being advertised that hasn’t surfaced yet. I’ll update this post as more SDCC promo cards surface.