Nightmare was not just an American hit, it was a Japanese hit too. And as typical for Japan, the tie-in manga was inevitable. It was released in 2004 in Japan. The art followed the original designs by Tim Burton, and was faithful to the film. The mangaka was Jun Asuka. There was a release of the manga once in the US by Disney, but it's never looked as good in English as it will in a matter of weeks.
Do you love Tim Burton? How many times have you watched The Nightmare Before Christmas? If you're a true fan -- and you know how to draw -- here's your chance to be featured in the official manga!
For 5 days only, TOKYOPOP is seeking the best-ever Nightmare Before Christmas fan art for an extra-special bonus spotlight in the upcoming Disney Tim Burton's The Nightmare Before Christmas: Special Collector's Edition manga!