Food·Posted on Apr 2, 201710 Cereal Mascots Who Glowed The Heck Up Over The YearsEven cereal mascots go through puberty.by Billy LorussoBuzzFeed StaffFacebookPinterestTwitterMailLink Lucky the Leprechaun General Mills / Via generalmillshistory.tumblr.com, General Mills / Via nogluten.io Old Lucky (1964): The stuff nightmares are made of.New Lucky (today): A cartoony lil' spright. Trix the Rabbit General Mills / Via mrbreakfast.com, General Mills / Via en.wikipedia.org Old Trix (1959): Seems relaxed; likes to rollerblade.New Trix (today): Very excited about cereal; no indication of rollerblading. Tony the Tiger Kellogg's / Via corvusnoir.com, Kellogg's / Via amazon.in Old Tony (1951): Do you even lift, bro? New Tony (today): Swole AF. Snap, Crackle, and Pop Kellogg's / Via ricekrispies.com Old Snap, Crackle, and Pop (1933): Terrible rosacea.New Snap, Crackle, and Pop (today): Rosacea no more! Sonny the Cuckoo Bird General Mills / Via blogger.com, General Mills / Via geekade.com Old Sonny (1962): Clothed; looks pretty sane.New Sonny (today): Ditched the shirt; got cuckoo eyes. Cap'n Crunch Quaker / Via toonopedia.com, Quaker / Via capncrunch.com Old Cap'n (1963): Straight mustache.New Cap'n (today): Curled mustache. Toucan Sam Kellogg's / Via strictlycommercials.blogspot.com, Kellogg's / Via walmart.com Old Sam (1963): Balances fruit on his head.New Sam (today): Swims in cereal. Franken Berry General Mills / Via smithsonianmag.com, General Mills / Via blog.generalmills.com Old Franken Berry (1971): Toothless.New Franken Berry (today): Has grown one tooth in 40 years. Count Chocula General Mills / Via huffingtonpost.com, General Mills / Via sogoodblog.com Old Count (1971): Questionable sideburns (I mean, it was the '70s, I guess).New Count (today): No sight of sideburns. Boo-Berry General Mills / Via theweeklings.com, General Mills / Via usatoday.com Old Boo (1972): YouNew Boo (today): The guy she tells you not to worry about.