The Cuphead Show is the new project for television announced by the creators of Cuphead, Studio MDHR, on their official Twitter account. Beyond the first look at its promotional poster and some technical details of the series, little is known yet of what will be the new animated Netflix production inspired by the successful videogame. What has been confirmed is that he will respect the hand-drawn animation inspired by the cartoons of the 1930s.
Cuphead co-creator Chad Moldenhauer has spoken with IGN. I have explained that ” the current goal is to stay as far away as possible from computer animation. The idea is to draw all the frames by hand, but digitally. Something like ‘Tradigital’ “. Of course, it will take time to debut, since Moldenhauer himself has confirmed that the project is still in its initial phase. We will have to settle for the moment, with the synopsis shared by Netflix through a press release.
“The comedy follows the unique misadventures of the impulsive Cuphead and his captive and bland brother Mugman. They always support each other through their many adventures in the surrealist Inkwell Islands. & Quot; Netflix placed CJ Kettler as executive producer of the production, which will be created by Netflix Animation itself with Dave Wasson and Cosmo Segurson as executive co-producers. It will be directed by Clay Morrow and Adam Paloian. It will be an independent story to the play in the first game.
Do you want more Cuphead? You’ll have to wait until next year 2020 to play Cuphead and The Delicious Last Course, where we can play with Ms. Chalice with the Cuphead brothers and Mugman in a new and difficult adventure.
Coming to you in full color and cine-sound, it's…The Cuphead Show! Witness the wondrous Inkwell Isles as you've never seen them before in an original series inspired by classic animation styles of the 1930s. Now in production by the talented team at @Netflix Animation! pic.twitter.com/4xA59eVLra
— Studio MDHR (@StudioMDHR) July 9, 2019