Netflix’s The Cuphead Show Gives First Look at King Dice


Cuphead Headed to Netflix as Animated Series

The Cuphead Show was announced way back in 2019, but now we finally have a clip for the upcoming animated series that shows off our first look at King Dice

Cuphead, which was released in 2017, sports a look inspired by the classic (and terrifying) Max Fleischer cartoons from the 1930s and has sold over 4 million copies since then. It also took home Best Indie Game at the 2017 Game Awards as well as a BAFTA Games award. The show takes a similar approach.

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“Heedle, heedle, heedle, heedle,” sings King Dice in the quick clip. “Scoobah-doo-doo be-doo-zay.” He then asks who will be the first lucky contestant to roll the dice. The contestant comes on stage and is told not to touch him as he’s overly eager.

Check out The Cuphead Show first look below:

The series will be executive produced by C.J. Kettler (Carmen Sandiego) on behalf of King Features, while the brothers that created Cuphead, Chad and Jared Moldenhauer, will serve as executive producers for Studio MDHR. Emmy and Annie award winner Dave Wasson (Mickey Mouse Shorts) will also executive produceCosmo Segurson (Rocko’s Modern Life: Static Cling) will also serve as co-executive producer, while Netflix animation will produce.

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