San Diego Comic-Con has been an unforgettable experience thus far. There has been a lot of intriguing news in the realm of television, despite the fact that DC and Marvel have received the most attention. Rick and Morty creator Dan Harmon is behind a new sitcom called Krapopolis, which promises to be a lot of fun. Anime lovers got their first look at the show at SDCC on Saturday, even though it won’t air until 2023 on Fox. “A dysfunctional family of humans, gods, and monsters that struggles to rule one of the world’s earliest towns without murdering each other” is the premise of the animated series based on ancient Greek mythology. An opening narration jokes about humanity’s lack of understanding of the planet before it can be “shown at Comic-Con” in a preview.
However, cities were eventually built by humans, which brings us to the subject of our sneak glimpse. Richard Ayoade (The IT Crowd) plays Tyrannis, the mortal son of a goddess, who hosts a city gathering to discuss how to deal with Medusa. He is attempting to build a city worthy of his father’s name, the King of Krapopolis, who is also his father. Medusa, on the other hand, is preventing him from doing so. In the aftermath of his turning to stone, his negotiator can’t get a break either. Highlights of the clip include a Tyrannis’ mother goddess Deliria (Hannah Waddingham), who is annoyed by humans’ dread of death, a town member having their eyes burned out due to old technology-enhanced eyeglasses, and Medusa’s severed head accidentally turning the entire town stone.
The city of Krapopolis is comically inept, and the Rick and Morty “anything goes” unpredictable comedy approach can be sensed throughout this teaser. Fox will air a special sneak peek of Krapopolis on November 27, 2022, before the show premieres in its entirety in 2023. Not only that, but the series’ official website has gone live as well. The Krap Chicken NFT is one of the remarkable digital gifts you may obtain, and you can compete to win a vacation to Greece by participating in the contest. According to this SDCC peek, Krapopolis will be another crazy, fun, and extremely mature animated comedy from Harmon. Having the community struggle to live in harmony while being at the mercy of the gods in Ancient Greece has a lot of interesting possibilities.