At the height of Turtlemania at the turn of the Nineties, we all went round saying: "Cowabunga" and I sent my parents everywhere trying to find a place that hadn't sold out of Turtlevans come Christmas time. These pizzas were just one of many examples of tie-in merchandise. On entering the local supermarket, you were met by a trail of green footprints on the floor, leading you all the way from the main entrance to the pizza counter at the back. Then you had a selection of toppings to choose from that have seldom been seen since. I'm sure there were more conventional ones available, but the four in the range I remember were sausage and egg, bacon and beans, chocolate and marshmallow and the very sweet apple crumble, which my Mum bought for me to have after my sausage and mash that night. Pizzas for every meal and course, even breakfast and pudding! Awesome, dude.