The “pumpkins spice” superhero, the “pumped up” superhero and the “poppin’ pumpkin” are just some of the names that will be thrown around in an upcoming comic book adaptation of the popular children’s book series “Pumpkin Patch” by DC Comics.
The book will be written by “Gail Simone” and illustrated by Michael DeForge and Scott Kolins.
Simone is the creator of the children’s series “The Wonderful Pumpkin Patch,” which was one of the first books to be adapted into a film, starring Robin Williams, and is also responsible for the “Sci-Fi” TV series “Batman Beyond.”
The movie will be directed by “Pete Docter,” who is also producing the film.
“Punch” star Chris Pratt, who starred in the film, is also set to voice “Pussycat” in the sequel.
According to Simone, the movie is being made “in the spirit of the original,” with Pratt voicing “Puss Puss,” and the character of “Punk.”
The “Pumpy Patch” character is also “the most adorable character on the planet,” Simone said in an interview with Entertainment Weekly.
Simone, who was recently named a finalist for the National Book Award for Children’s Literature, said she has been working on the project for about two years, and she hopes to produce it with an “unexpected amount of love and attention.”
The book “is not the product of any one person or company, and I think the fans will love the book,” she said.
“I’m really excited for fans to be a part of this and feel the excitement of this story.”
Simone also shared that the “Pumped Up” character will be a “very different” version of the “Superhero,” a description that was made clear by the actor.
“He will be more like a normal person,” Simone added.
“In ‘Pumpkins Patch,’ the superheroes are superheroes, the villains are villains.
And in ‘Pussy Cat,’ it’s more like the parents.”
The characters are “the kind of people that you can find on the streets,” Simone told EW.
“You can be a hero or you can be like a bad guy.
I love that this is so different from the way superheroes are usually portrayed in children’s books.”
In the “Hands Up,” Simone revealed that “Puppy” will be portrayed as a “punching superhero,” but “Pinky” will have a more sinister side.
“We will show you a little bit of Pinky,” Simone explained.
“But he’s just a kid, and he’s so innocent.
And he’s also the best friend of the kids, so he’s always in the right place.”
Simone said that her book is set in a “diverse” time period, and that she hopes that it will “be a good time for everyone.”
Simone’s “Puffy” book is scheduled to be published in April 2018, with the “Kitten Patch” book coming in November 2018.
“Kitty” is also scheduled to appear in the book.