‘Wytches’: Prime Video Orders Comic Book Animated Horror Series Adaptation From Plan B Entertainment

A television series based on the critically acclaimed comic book series Wytches Going to Prime Video. The streaming platform has ordered an animated series adaptation of Scott Snyder and Jock’s comic books from Plan B Entertainment, Project 51 Productions and Amazon Studios. Wytches Premiering on Prime Video in over 240 countries and territories worldwide.

Wytches tells the story of a 17-year-old sailor, Rooks, whose family moves to a remote New England town after a tragic accident, only to discover that a pit of monsters—ancient creatures that prey on our darkest fears and desires—lures beneath. the city

Comic book creators Snyder and Jock will produce the series alongside Plan B Entertainment, Kevin Kolde of Project 51 Productions and Amazon Studios.

“Driven by the duo of Scott and Jock along with our partners at Plan B and Project 51 Productions, Wytches fuses nail-biting horror and evocative drama as witches explore the dark lore surrounding an ancient den,” said Melissa Wolff, head of animation at Amazon Studios. “Given the haunting and intimate nature of Scott and Jock’s well-known comic series, we look forward to bringing their creative vision to our global audience and expanding our growing slate of animated series.”

Wytches A six-issue comic book limited series. The first issue was published on October 8, 2014.

Wytches Probably my most personal work,” Snyder said. “It’s about all the monsters that live beneath the surface of things, both literally and figuratively. I’ve been closely involved with this animated series since the beginning, and I can honestly say that I love the show just as much as the book, if not more. The animation jock is incredible. The art comes to life and the episodic format expands the world Wytches, taking the characters and mythology to terrifying new places. Jock and I are deeply grateful for the trust in Plan B Entertainment, Kevin Kolde, and Amazon Studios. Wytches And giving us the opportunity to make this show dark, personal, twisted and very special.”

The news was first reported by Variety.

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