This article was originally published on 1/12/22.

Hello again, friend of a friend; I knew you when … you returned in the ultimate anime form. The Hollywood Reporter revealed Scott Pilgrim‘s Envy Adams is preparing her vocal cords for a possible Sex Bob-omb reunion tour on Netflix.

Graphic novel series artist-creator Bryan Lee O’Malley and BenDavid Grabinski, the showrunner behind the revival of Nickelodeon’s Are You Afraid of the Dark?, will write and executive produce the series if the project receives an official green light.

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Scott Pilgrim, the hit six-volume graphic novel series published by Oni Press between 2004 and 2010, was first adapted into an Edgar Wright live-action movie, Scott Pilgrim vs. the World. The original film starred Michael Cera as the titular self-involved protagonist and Mary Elizabeth Winstead as the subspace hammer-swinging Ramona Flowers.

In addition, the fantastic ensemble cast included Ellen Wong, Chris Evans, Aubrey Plaza, Mae Whitman, Brie Larson and more.

Scott Pilgrim, Ramona Flowers and the seven evil exes are heading to the small screen in an anime series for the new adaption. It will be exciting to see who will voice the characters should the show move forward.

Developing the new anime adaption would be Netflix and Universal Content Productions, the division of Universal Studio Group behind The Umbrella Academy and Chucky.

The Japanese anime production house Science SARU is on tap for animation, known for Adventure Time: Food Chain and Ping Pong: The Animation. Science SARU’s Eunyoung Choi is listed as the show’s producer, and the company’s Spanish animator Abel Góngora is tagged as the show’s director.

Góngora is known for the short “T0-B1,” which is about a droid who dreams of being a Jedi from Star Wars: Visions.

Scott Pilgrim vs. the World was released before O’Malley completed the graphic novels, and the artist-creator worked closely with the movie team to ensure the story lined up with his artistic vision. According to MODA, Scott Pilgrim vs. the World influenced the graphic novels, even if it was lesser than the comics had on the film. And this fan is excited to see what’s next for the franchise.

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