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Adventure Time Studio Making A Costume Quest Cartoon

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It's like something you'd heckle in a moment of drunk inspiration while watching Dragon's Den: What if Double Fine and the guys behind Adventure Time joined forces for some reason?

Double Fine Studios' Greg Rice has confirmed just that is happening. Frederator Studios, who you might know best as the folks behind Adventure Time and Bravest Warriors, are adapting Costume Quest [official site] for cartoon format. A jubilant Rice wrote: "Wooooo super excited to finally talk about how we're making a Costume Quest cartoon with Frederator! Been a pleasure!"

No word so far on when the show will air or what it's even about yet. The Costume Quests take place on Halloween night, and followed a bunch of kids who adopt the abilities of their costumes as they fight monsters trying to ruin the night.

"Here are Allie Urrutia, Aidan Sussman, Sinclair Dumont, and Issac Ryan Brown at this week’s recording session for an upcoming Frederator Studios cartoon (we’re sworn to secrecy at to what it is, but it’s based on a video game which sounds a lot like Mostume Mwest)," reads a message from Frederator. "Thanks for the aces work and a blast of an afternoon, gang."

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