While waiting to finally be able to find Cuphead and his friend Mugman, controller in hand, the Netflix animated series remembers our good memories, and is finally dated.
The animated series The Cuphead Show will be available on Netflix on February 18. A brand new trailer featuring the two friends has finally put an end to the suspense, and it is therefore in a short month that fans of the run and gun Moldenhauer brothers will be able to find the deliciously retro universe of this young license.
Keep your Cuphead up
The platform also took the opportunity to specify that The Cuphead Show will offer 12 episodes of 12 minutes each., just to keep the frenetic pace of the (already) cult game of 2017. Those who have put their skilled hands on it will also recognize some sets and other bosses encountered during the adventure, starting with the devil, who is back in the role of the antagonist who is fine.
Remember that the two handle heroes will be played by Tru Valentino (which you may have heard in the series Madagascar: A Little Wild or even Psychonauts 2) and Frank Tadaro (specialized in anime dubs, and who may have played in the recent Belle, My Hero Academia or Scarlet Nexus).
We also learn with this release date which voices will take care of the French version of The Cuphead Show. On this side of the Atlantic, Christophe Lemoine (the voice actor for Cartman and a billion and a half other characters) and Alexis Tomassian (notably known for having been the French voice of Philip J. Fry or Light Yagami) lend their voices.
For those who would like to discover their performance, the French trailer is available same here, Netflix having only offered a subtitled version on the “networks”:
If you can discover the adventures of Cuphead and Mugman from February 18 on Netflix, the extension The Delicious Last Course is expected for June 30, 2022 on PC, PS4, Switch and Xbox One.