Post by KostaAndreadis @ 05:17pm 21/01/22 | 0 Comments
The detailed 1930s inspired hand-drawn animation found in 2017's Cuphead is still as impressive today as it was back when the game first hit the scene. Painstakingly put together by the talented Studio MDHR the quality of the animation alone is one of the reasons why the highly-anticipated expansion Cuphead: The Delicious Last Course got delayed until this year.
Similar sentiments apply to The Cuphead Show which is set to hit Netflix on February 18 - which translates the expressive and manic retro animation of the game into a fully-fledged animated series. One that looks fantastic and old timey in all of the best ways.
The Cuphead Show's first season is set to feature 12 episodes at 12 minutes each, with a voice cast featuring Tru Valentino as Cuphead, Frank Todaro as Mugman, Joe Hanna as Elder Kettle, Luke Millington-Drake as the Devil, Grey Griffin as Ms. Chalice, and Wayne Brady as King Dice.