Netflix is getting creative these days. The streaming platform is all set to adapt DeadEndia in a superb 2D Netflix animated series. Yes, you read it right, you will now be able to watch DeadEndia, novels illustrated by Hamish Steele, in the form of a series with popcorn in hand.
The plot of the story has all the spookiness you need for your horror cravings. Four pals are struggling to manage their jobs in a haunted house inside an amusement park. There are some strange supernatural powers that are troubling the four friends.
Some amazing voice actors have contributed to making the series a success. These include Zach Barack as Barney, Emily Osment as Courtney, Kenny Tran as Logs, Kody Kavitha as Norma, Alex Brightman as Pugsley, and Kathreen Khavari as Badyah. The character of Pauline Phoenix is played by the legendary Miss Coco Peru.
The show will give you visuals of horrifying demons, some magic, and plenty of deadly ghosts. The show is a full-fledged drama that will take you on a roller coaster ride of fun, excitement, and obviously horror. Steele had always dreamt of making a show like this, and Netflix made his dream come true.
The reviews of the book speak volumes about the creativity of the entire team. The book comprises wacky incidents that have always proved to be a jaw-dropping read for the keen readers. The demonic demonstrations are crazy and frightening, making the novels different from the crowd. The fun and horror incidents aren’t the only things unique in the story.
There are some shades of essential life lessons. The plot also throws light on several issues, and how society treats people with different preferences. Barley us the character whose life talks about these issues. The story is filled with a number of plot twists, and you won’t get bored with it ever. Some call the story weird, obviously in a good sense. The comic has always been a promising experience for readers who looked for humour, diversity, and of course, time travel. Remember, a good haunted comic never gets complete without a pinch of time travel added to the central concept.
The comic never failed to make a mark. But what would be interesting is to see Netflix turn it into a series? With a good story and Netflix combined, there is no doubt that the masterpiece would be one of a kind. Keen viewers must wait until 2021 to watch this. Till then, keep your fingers crossed!