Never before seen storyboard from the cancelled KH animated series signed by Seth Kearsley revealed by Youtuber ElectricDragon505


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YouTuber ElectricDragon505 posted a video on his channel where he received a letter from writer, director, and storyboard artist Seth Kearsley that included a special piece of animation memorabilia. He revealed a storyboard of Sora from the canceled Kingdom Hearts TV show Kearsley pitched to Disney back in 2002. The panel, signed by Kearsley, appears to be a never-before-seen sketch.

 

You can see the video below. [storyboard reveal begins at 10:04]

 

 

You can check out KH13’s exclusive interview with Seth Kearsley about the canceled Kingdom Hearts animated series here.

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thats cool I remember an Interview with the man a while back where he said that the idea for a show wasnt completly off the table (or something like that) Maybe he will give it another try when KH3 comes out 

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Not a fan at all of that Youtuber (since he's very controversial about animation)  but, wow!

That's quite a gift to receive. 

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Not a fan at all of that Youtuber (since he's very controversial about animation)  but, wow!

That's quite a gift to receive. 

How is he controversial? I've been following him for a few months now, and I haven't seen any controversy.

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Thanks for showing this to us, Leamax!

 

Dang, this guy is lucky He has a piece of forgotten history, of a TV show that literally never was! A show that never came to be! : I'm hoping that once Kingdom Hearts III is released, Disney will reconsider greenlighting Seth's KH series, because with a man willing to stay true to the source material, I think it's safe to say that a KH TV show couldn't be in better hands than Seth's :D

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