Warner Bros. and Green Lantern have teamed up with the "Got Milk" campaign and even have an interactive website LanternWorthy.com to promote it.
They ask if you are worthy, and go on to say you need some "lowfat chocolate milk" to give you fuel, while promoting it's vitamin and mineral "benefits."
This may sound a bit preachy, but milk just ain't good for you -- and it bugs me when I see these "Got Milk" campaigns.
Sorry, it's not.
Milk's for baby cows, folks!
I'm not going to go into all the pros vs, cons, if you are really interested you can google it for yourself, but I haven't had a glass of milk in over 7 years -- and I haven't shrunk an inch.
I have two young kids who haven't had a drop either -- and they have never had one cavity, earache or infection (boy, do my friends who have kids of their own love hearing that one!). Funny, they are growing up to be strong lads, as well!
Okay, enough of that.
Yep - got my Almond Milk, right here!
(Sorry, Soy is no good, either! - Doh!)
Join the Corps: Green Lantern Lights Up With the Super Powers of Milk
WASHINGTON, May 25, 2011 -- Green Lantern wants you to know you don't need to have a power ring or lantern to have the strength and lean muscle of a superhero. Along with exercise, the high-quality protein in lowfat milk can help give you extraordinary power to build, maintain and repair your muscles.
The new Milk Mustache ad features Ryan Reynolds as Green Lantern sporting a Milk Mustache. The ad copy reads, "Where there's a will, there's a way. See what milk's protein can do for your muscles at LanternWorthy.com." The ad will be released in conjunction with the new Warner Brothers and DC Comics movie due in theaters June 17. It will appear in DC Comics on May 25.
Check out the new ad and see what milk's protein can do for your muscles at Facebook.com/BodyByMilk. You can also see if you have what it takes to join the Green Lantern Corps at www.LanternWorthy.com.
SOURCE Milk Processor Education Program (MilkPEP)