The Simpsons goes anime with Death Note tribute

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“The Simpsons, known for its long-running presence on television screens for the past 25 years, has had its fair share of ups and downs. While some may argue that the show has lost its touch over time, there are moments when it manages to shine brightly amidst the storm. The upcoming tribute to Death Note appears to be one of those rare occasions where The Simpsons gets its act together and delivers something truly special.

Set to be featured in the show’s highly anticipated Treehouse of Horror Halloween compilation, this tribute will give The Simpsons a complete anime makeover for one of its segments. A sneak peek video showcases Lisa as the chosen recipient of the Death Note, or as it is cleverly referred to in this adaptation, the Death Tome. The short video hints at the anime-inspired animation style and captures the essence of Death Note.

To the surprise and delight of fans, the screenshots that have been released provide a glimpse of anime versions of Homer and Marge, showcasing the attention to detail and authenticity in the animation style. Many viewers were taken aback by how impressive and faithful the anime makeover looks, and there’s a good reason for that. The segment was animated by DR Movie, a renowned Korean studio with extensive experience working on both American and Japanese properties, including notable projects like The Animatrix, Justice League, and, most notably, the original Death Note anime series.

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Scheduled to air on October 30th, this episode will feature three segments, with the Death Note tribute being the second. The other two segments include a homage to the Babadook starring Marge and a parody of the popular series Westworld. While the decision to revisit Westworld may seem peculiar given that The Simpsons has already explored it in a previous episode, the passage of time and the evolution of the modern HBO series make it possible for the show to delve into this subject matter once again, catering to both longtime fans and newer viewers who may not have experienced the original Westworld-themed episode from 1994.

As anticipation builds for this unique tribute, fans eagerly await the Treehouse of Horror episode, which promises to captivate audiences with its blend of comedy, homage, and animation styles. Whether you’re a fan of The Simpsons or a lover of Death Note, this fusion of two iconic franchises is sure to be a memorable addition to the long and storied history of The Simpsons.”

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