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Fanattik extends licensing deal for Cuphead

Pop culture specialist, Fanattik has renewed its partnership with Studio MDHR for Cuphead.

Product available immediately for the BAFTA award winning video game includes money boxes, drinks coasters, bottle openers, plus several gifts and collectables.

“This BAFTA award winning video game will be hitting Netflix imminently which is something the whole Fanattik team are super excited about,” commented Anthony Marks, md at Fanattik. “The Netflix series is going to have a positive impact on consumer demand for related product and retailers understand this.”

Featuring brothers and best pals Cuphead and Mugman, the ‘run and gun’ action game is inspired by the cartoons of the 1930s. The visuals and audio have been created with the same techniques of the era including traditional hand-drawn animation, watercolour backgrounds and original jazz recordings.

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