King of the Hill becomes a terrifying horror manga thanks to TMNT artists – 71Bait

A series of hilarious artworks give fans a glimpse of what would happen if the King of the Hill characters were in the horror world of Junji Ito.

Warning: This article contains images that some readers may find disturbing.

An artist for the coming year 2023 Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Film has taken the iconic works of the horror manga legend Junji Ito and mixed it with the classic sitcom king of the hill in hilarious new artwork. king of the hill Even after more than a decade, fans are no longer on the air. Even though the show has ended, people still remember the adventures of the Hills and their Arlen community. It remains so popular that creator Mike Judge has announced that a king of the hill Revival is in progress and will include a time warp. It’s a show that has certainly stood the test of time.


Junji Ito is also a creator whose works are loved by fans around the world, albeit for very different reasons. His terrifying style gives readers a glimpse of the uncanny as he specializes in body horror and the realm of the supernatural. One of his most famous works is Uzumaki, which follows a city cursed by spirals to the point where people’s bodies begin to deform – soon to be an official anime adaptation by Adult Swim. Outside of Uzumaki, Ito is also known for his short stories. These range from tales of mysterious holes forming in mountains that entice people to climb inside, to an underrated tale that redefines nightmare fuel with puppets. Ito’s style has become influential around the world, and this unexpected crossover shows it king of the hill.

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Woodrow White, a visual development artist for what’s to come Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles film, began posting artworks on Twitter that bring the two unexpected qualities together. In these pictures White takes the lovable cast of Arlen, Texas and throws them into the terrifying world of Junji Ito. So far only two of Ito’s stories – Uzumaki and The Mystery of the Amigara Fault – have been referenced, but they’re a great choice. It’s surprising to see how good the style is king of the hill mingles with the terrible world of Ito. Seeing fan-favorite characters like Bill Dauterive, Dale Gribble, and Boomhauer distorted to fit the manga artist’s signature style is both hilarious and immersive.

Answers to fans about the pictures, White reveals the use of images, “Junji Ito’s illustrations and screengrabs by KOTH, with some little drawings here and there by me.” Given that White has managed to integrate the Hill family and friends so seamlessly into Ito’s world, it’s amazing to see that so little has changed king of the hill‘s art style fits bizarrely well into Ito’s world. They look like they really belong on these pages. It’s incredible to see how just a few small tweaks can take on two radically different characteristics and make them look like they were always meant for a crossover.

So far, White has only created a few of these hilarious pieces, but with Junji Ito’s never-ending source of inspiration, hopefully more are on the way. stories like Hanging Zeppelin and puppet mansion would be just some of Ito’s scariest stories that could get a twist set in Arlen, Texas. TMNT Artist Woodrow White has created something special with it king of the hill and Junji Ito Mashups, and they show that even the most terrifying work of art can take a hilarious turn given the right circumstances.

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Source: White (1, 2, 3, 4, 5)

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