Zack Keller is a writer and director for TV, feature films, videogames and comic books, currently working as a Narrative Director at King on an unannounced project. He studied at USC's School of Cinematic Arts before beginning his career at Pixar Animation Studios. Afterwards, he co-created Dick Figures, the highest-rated animated web series on YouTube which earned nearly a billion views and an Annie Award nomination. At Telltale Games, he was a writer and narrative designer for such franchises as Guardians of the Galaxy, Batman, The Walking Dead and Tales from the Borderlands. Most recently, he wrote for Cartoon Network's animated series Unikitty! and created the original horror comic, Death Head, for Dark Horse Comics. He lives in San Francisco with his wife and two destructive rabbits. --Este texto se refiere a la edición paperback.. Revisit the colorful characters of the Inkwell Isles in this collection of brand new Cuphead and Mugman tales!Prone to unexpected predicaments and thrilling adventures, Cuphead and Mugman feature front and center in a series of short but sweet side stories that reimagine the world of the all-cartoon magical wondergame. This original graphic novel features all-new original tales, authentically drawn to match the glorious, award-winning vintage animation style of Cuphead!Don't miss Cuphead and Mugman's graphic novel debut in written by Zack Keller and illustrated to 1930s perfection by Shawn Dickinson!
Simplemente perfecto Sin duda le hace justicia a las aventuras de los hermanos cuphead y compañía, y a los geniales comics de la infancia.
comic thank you
本編とは別時空 (小説のほうは知りませんが)ゲーム中の描写から想像できるようなカノンではありません。 カートゥーンチックなストーリーに全振りされてるので、コンサイ一家から野菜を分けてもらうカップヘッド～とかそういうほのぼの想像してるとかなり面喰います。 また、一部エピソードがゲーム本編と設定が合わないので、パラレル時空のメディアミックスと認識したうえでお読みください。
Nice, but problems in layout and design. The illustrations are wonderful. The design is not. This is smaller than a standard comic book and there are too many panels to a page. The pages are too crowded and busy. The individual drawings are therefore diminished. I would also argue against glossy pages. Part of Cuphead's appeal is that the art is a throwback to Disney's 30s cartoon work. I agree. You can have deeply colored illustrations without the glossy pages. Still, for those who enjoy Cuphead, it is enjoyable. I hope they remedy the above-mentioned problems.
Family friendly Was worried the content wouldn’t be suitable for children, but it’s great. I am happy this is a comic our whole family can share.
My kid loved it Got this for 7 year old after he finished the game on Regular mode, and we read it together from beginning to end. It's beautiful just like the game, and there are some really cool single-page illustrations too.
Completely recommended!! Came in perfect conditions. I recommend this book whether you are a Cuphead fan or not. The 30’s art style is simply beautiful and the stories that contain really fun!
A fun edition to the expanding Cuphead Universe. My kids and I really enjoyed this nugget of Cuphead fantasy. It sticks well with the source material and has that Cuphead feel we're all starting to know and love - a truly fun comic.
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