It looks like Neil Gaiman’s Coraline may be joining the ranks of classic horror and science fiction works parodied in a segment on The Simpsons’ Treehouse Of Horror Halloween specials.
Gaiman posted the following clue to Twitter:
The eagle-eyed among you may also be able to work out what film or story will be receiving the Simpsons Halloween treatment this year. pic.twitter.com/PX7gergwuo
— Neil Gaiman (@neilhimself) September 21, 2017
First published in 2002, Gaiman’s children’s fantasy novel about a young girl who finds a magical hallway to an opposite world with a particularly overbearing mother should make great fodder for the annual cartoon celebration.
Season 29 of The Simpsons premieres on September 29.
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