A weekly rummage in the attic of sci-fi

Last month we showed you some shameless Pertwee pimpage for Sugar Smacks, but the Doctor wasn't the only SF icon to take the Kelloggs coin. Here's Mr Spock moonlighting as the face of milky, sugary, spoony goodness, in direct contravention of Starfleet's strict non-interference policy on breakfast cereal development among primitive cultures. You'll know it's Spock because there's the handy word 'Spock' embroidered on his tunic. Most logical. The Abba babe blue eye-shadow experiment? Most illogical.

Nick Setchfield
Editor-at-Large, SFX Magazine

Nick Setchfield is the Editor-at-Large for SFX Magazine, writing features, reviews, interviews, and more for the monthly issues. However, he is also a freelance journalist and author with Titan Books. His original novels are called The War in the Dark, and The Spider Dance. He's also written a book on James Bond called Mission Statements.