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Namco’s Klonoa is getting their own anime adaptation, the dream travelling cat hopping to life thanks to anime production company Henshin, Inc.

Having gotten the license to produce said animated feature, Henshin, Inc. founder Rob Pereyda will be spearheading the project; based on 1997’s Klonoa: Door To Phantomile game.

“Klonoa is a late 90s video game icon, representing that special sense of hope and adventure we all collectively once had,” said Pereyda via official announcement. “We are honored to be entrusted by Bandai Namco with this franchise, and will work hard to do justice to the characters.”
Hitoshi Ariga will be on the project as well with the Pokemon character designer/ manga adaptation author for Mega Man and The Big O to be co-producing, writing and producing character design.
No idea when it will be released, but hopefully we get to find out more about the project!
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