Zack Snyder will release the prequel and the origin of the zombie virus of ‘The Army of the Dead’ in anime format, a resource used, like the comic, by sagas such as ‘Star Wars, ‘Jurassic Park’, ‘Rick and Morty’ and others, discover which ones!
In its first week of release, the army of the dead of Zack Snyder remained inside as seen on Netflix, and will be a matter of time to know the animated prequel that the filmmaker is preparing to round out your new universe zombie. Like him, other successful series and films have found in anime and comics the perfect spaces to build alternate universes, explain particular traits or simply exploit the popularity of good guys, bad guys, secondary guys, and of all kinds.
And the first thing that comes to mind is Star Wars in the hands of Dark Horse Comics, IDW, Disney, Cartoon Network, and all the spaces that have expanded and exhibited the great work of George Lucas, however, there are other good examples not so mentioned. and that is worth recovering in case someone wants to expand their experience beyond the original productions. Here we tell you which ones.
In 2011, Eric Kripke and Warner Bros teamed up with the Madhouse studio, who are behind Death Note and One Punch Man, to bring the Winchester brothers’ story to the anime arena. They were based on the first two seasons of Supernatural, and it tells why they inherited the violent profession of the demon hunter, but also added authentic situations to take advantage of the animation in the extreme action and execution of the darkest demons. Jensen Ackles and Jared Padalecki dubbed the voices in English, but it was conceived 100 percent in Japanese.
We agree that the end of Smallville was not up to the task and seeing Tom Welling in the Superman suit for just a few seconds was not enough, so DC Comics released the eleventh season in comic format and ventured to extend the arc main until volume 69 and extract miniseries and side stories. Within the pages, you can find appearances of Batman, Wonder Woman, Martian Manhunter, and Flash in more exciting situations than in the show.
3. Seoul Station
The South Koreans excelled with the first part of Zombie Station and seeing the success, like Snyder, Sang-Ho Yeon did not hesitate for a second to announce that he would launch the prequel to his story, but in 92-minute animation format. There we see the Seoul station full of undead and explaining a little the origin of this virus in the Asian country. Unfortunately, it is not part of the Amazon Prime Video catalog for Mexico.
4. RICK AND MORTY
HBO Max will bring us the fifth season and the first four of Rick and Morty. While the moment comes, it would not hurt to dive into Kamite’s online store to rediscover the sick adventures outside the C-132 dimension, the one used in the series, traveling and undoing other planets at will and without affecting the original timeline. . The comic culminated in its 60th issue, released in the United States on March 25 of last year.
5. JURASSIC PARK
If you are one of the fans of the dinosaurs and marathon runner of the Jurassic Park saga, Topps Comics (now defunct) and IDW have exciting arcs in their comics, which try to avoid the annihilation of velociraptors, the rearing of dinosaurs with hyper-intelligence and the bloodthirsty carnotaurus activity. George Perez and Frank Miller are some well-known artists who have participated in some numbers. A dive online may be the opportunity to find them, since they are sold out on the IDW portal.