The ongoing animated series My Adventures with Superman recently premiered its seventh episode, “Kiss Kiss Fall in Portal,” which has been seeing some traction online thanks to references galore.
In particular, one of the more standout ones is a pretty direct reference to Kingdom Hearts. At roughly 11 minutes and 18 seconds into the episode, the scene presents an image of a Lois Lane from Earth-24, who received the key to the city at 19. And this “key” looks exactly like a Keyblade.
The shape of the handle seems somewhat reminiscent of Ventus’ initial Keyblade, Wayward Wind, but not exactly. Still, the general design of this key is undeniably a straight-up Kingdom Hearts reference. Plus, Lois Lane’s attire here also looks like a Kingdom Hearts reference on its own. The top part of her outfit specifically has a Sora-esque design.
There are also plenty of other franchise references throughout the episode, like what seems to be Guts’ sword from Berserk.
You can view the image shown of Earth-24 Lois Lane below:
In Kingdom Hearts IV, Sora is in Quadratum with Strelitzia, a prominent character from Kingdom Hearts Union χ. This setting is an afterworld for the two characters following their tragic fates.
Additionally, this new saga has been titled the Lost Master Arc. Further, some combat footage was showcased, with Sora performing Keyblade transformations against a giant entity that seems to be a Heartless? We don’t know for sure.
“The heart resides within the soul, which in turn is guided by fate to its rightful place” is a crucial phrase used at the start of this trailer for the upcoming mainline game.
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- Tetsuya Nomura Game Informer Interview Coverage
- 20th Anniversary Recap Videos
- Kingdom Hearts Dark Road Tetsuya Nomura Q&A Fully Translated
- Kingdom Hearts Dark Road Updated to Version 5.01
- Kingdom Hearts Lost Animated Pilot
- The franchise has sold over 36 million units worldwide.
- Soundtrack officially available on streaming services
- First Kingdom Hearts IV Song Now Uploaded
- Yoko Shimomura Interview
Kingdom Hearts IV is in development with an unknown release date and unconfirmed platforms.
Kingdom Hearts Missing-Link will launch for mobile devices via iOS and Android at an unknown time.
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