Bazooka Bubblegum was developed by Topps after World War II and was named after the humorous �Bazooka� instrument made by Bob Burns that consisted of two gas pipes and a funnel.
Produced in Brooklyn in the 1930�s, Bazooka Bubblegum was packaged in red, white and blue packaging and very quickly became a part of Americana. Today, its distinctive taste and smell commonly remind it�s purchaser of memories of the past.
In 1953, to add extra interest for youngsters, Topps changed the packaging to include a small comic strip with the gum featuring a character nearly everyone is familiar with; "Bazooka Joe�, the eye-patch wearing mascot. Since 1953, there have been 500 to 700 different comics developed with a new series of 75 in the market right now. Virtually unchanged over 50 years, Bazooka gum is sold in many countries and is available in a wide variety of flavors, including Original, Grape flavors, and Sugarless. Bazooka Bubblegum is also it available in two different sizes.
Bazooka Bubble Gum. 275 pieces of the new Bazooka Bubble Gum by Topps.