A few weeks ago, Sega announced that it would be studying Atlus brands (such as Persona) that could be implemented as new TV series or movies. But now you start somewhere else.
Sega has announced a partnership with Picturestart to adapt Space Channel 5 and Comix Zone. There will be movies. Space Channel 5 will be a comedy based on the 1999 classic and will tell the story of an unlucky fast food worker.
He is recruited by a freedom reporter from the future to save the world from aliens. To do this, he must use the one thing that connects every person on the planet: absurd and viral dances. makes you think. Space Channel 5 was written by Barry Battles (The Baytown Outlaws) and Nir Paniri (Extracted).
Comix Zone follows a young comedian and writer who must put their differences aside to work together to defeat a dangerous supervillain. Both explore the ever-changing power of masterful storytelling. Comix Zone was written by Mae Catt (Young Justice).
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