Jul
31
2017

WHAT DO YOU MEAN, “THE NIGHTMARE BEFORE CHRISTMAS SEQUEL” comic oh never mind.

Yeah, sure, that’s OK.

A sequel to Tim Burton’s 1993 stop-motion film The Nightmare Before Christmas is on the way, but it’s going to be in comic form, according to THR. Manga publisher Tokyopop has nabbed the rights for the film follow-up. In Nightmare Before Christmas: Zero’s Journey, we get a chance to catch up with arguably everyone’s favorite character, Zero the ghost dog, Jack Skellington’s loyal companion. The story will be about Zero’s adventures while lost in Christmas Town.

Why is it different? I dunno, man, it just is. I mean, I’m not sure why I was so instinctively nerd-raging over the idea that there might be a movie sequel to The Nightmare Before Christmas (which is PERFECT and SEAMLESS and requires nothing further).  But it was real nerd-rage, and it was spectacular… up to the point where I realized it was going to be in comic book form.  And then, suddenly, everything was chill.

2 Comments

  • BigGator5 says:

    Actually, if you look at “The Nightmare Before Christmas” critically, it is rather bad movie.
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    However if you look at it from the angle of it being a 76 minute music video, then then you can look past the jarring story and enjoy it for that reason.

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