The IDW and Anima have reached an agreement to adapt the beloved comic series Brutal Nature. According to Variety, the companies have reached an increased development agreement, and Luciano Saracino and Ariel Olivetti's popular series will be the first under their new union.
The series follows a young man named Ich, who discovers a large number of dangerous and powerful creatures thanks to his ancient ability. Together, he fights to protect their land from the invaded Spanish Empire in the coming conflict. Fernando De Fuentes and Jose C. Garcia de Letona co-create the series.
IDW Entertainment's Brutal Nature remake is right up its alley, following the company's dedication to developing successful television series for a while. Surfside Girls, a family program based on Kim Dwinell's graphic novels, was also created by the company. "We are extremely impressed with their passion for collaborating on Brutal Nature," said the executive vice president.
Anima's COO received high praise from IDW. Working with IDW to develop such a unique project is truly exciting. Brutal Nature will help us continue to develop high-quality stories with a Latin sensibility that can be enjoyed throughout the world. We cannot think of a better partner to achieve this goal.
Anima, known for creating family entertainment, is expanding into streaming, with series like Brave Bunnies, Legend Quest: Masters of Myth, and Cleo & Cuquin.
Stay tuned for more here at Collider as work on a Brutal Nature adaptation gets underway.