When you see a cartoon like this, what do you think?
The image in question was created by the popular cartoonists and illustrators Kim K, Kim S, and Kim E in the ’80s.
The cartoon, which was made in 1984, depicts a pregnant woman and her two unborn children.
The image has since been reproduced on various versions of the poster, including in various editions of the US Food and Drug Administration’s ‘Pregnant Women Face’ poster, which is sold at Target stores, Target Express stores, and Walmart.
Kim K and Kim S are famous for their work on such popular cartoons as “The Big Bang Theory” and “Pilot” (both aired on Fox).
As a result, the cartoon has become one of the most popular pieces of promotional material for the Kellogg’s cereal line.
In the past, the company has produced numerous other posters, including one that featured a pregnant mother and a fetus that appeared to be walking on two legs.
As the company prepares to unveil the Kellogs’ new cereal this fall, it is expected to include a new poster featuring a pregnant wife and her unborn child.
In response to this controversy, Kellogg has removed the original poster from the store shelves.