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As some may or may not know, Kingdom Hearts was being developed into a TV show by Disney at one point. Most, if not all information currently known about the unreleased TV show has been released by director and storyboard artist, Seth Kearsley.
Recently, Kearsley released new colored storyboards for this cancelled TV show on his DeviantArt. A link to the storyboards (and his description) can be found HERE and down below (click on the image to fully see the image!~).
Thanks to the twitter (@kazu4281) we are able to see Aqua's new model along sides with Terra and Ven. As far as we know, this is a one page print in this weeks, weekly Shonen Jump. But it gives us a great insights to gameplay, worlds
(Translations soon to come)
What do you think of this gem find? Let us know!
From the first to the fourth of September, Bill Farmer, the voice actor of Goofy, attended Fan Expo in Canada. On the third, he had a Q&A panel which was attended by KHV’s own @Calxiyn who kindly recorded any questions that involved Kingdom Hearts.
While not much new was learned, Farmer talked about the dubbing process of Kingdom Hearts, how it differs from other projects he worked on, and his interesting opinion on the Japanese voice of Goofy.
Download to the clips can be found here and it’s really worth a listen! Thanks again to Cal for recording these (and for asking a lovely question).
While a summary of Nomura's recent interview with Dengeki Playstation has been leaked, a fully translated version is available thanks to KHInsider's goldpanner. First off, Nomura writes a congratulatory message to Dengeki Playstation for reaching its 600th issue milestone, saying:
As for the actual interview, there isn't much difference to what was already revealed in the summary, but it is still an interesting read, and can be read below:
Kingdom Hearts news galore, as more screenshots and information arise on the anticipated collection release. The latesst famitsu reveals series staff comments, changed aspects, and most other tidbits of repeated information. Along with the article, several screenshots and renders were uploaded by Famitsu and 4Gamer, showing the high quality upgrade the games have received with some snapshots from the trailer as well.
And for something to look at, here are 50 new HD screenshots courtesy of Famitsu. You will find newly remodeled renders, cutscenes, and gameplay in all it's glorious splendor. You will notice that Deep Jungle will return for the HD ReMix, as well as a slightly altered gummi system. The first Trophy has also revealed itself with the Japanese translated title: "Hero in the Making"
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