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Earlier this year, Kellogg's Corn Pops served up a triple-bypass of ads from Leo Burnett that defied the old-school notion that elements within a campaign should somehow be related. We got a full-scale, costumed high-school musical, a Japanese monster-movie riff, and the rainbow dreams of a Komodo dragon. The ads had me confused but paying attention. Now, with the beautiful stop-motion spoof-horror masterpiece above, titled "The Spooning," I finally understand: Singing zombie milkmen are the true horsemen of the apocalypse.