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Costume Quest is getting an animated cartoon from Frederator Studios

Susana Polo is an entertainment editor at Polygon, specializing in pop culture and genre fare, with a primary expertise in comic books. Previously, she founded The Mary Sue.

Frederator Studios, the company behind Adventure Time, Bravest Warriors and Bee and PuppyCat, stealthily announced its latest project this week: an animated adaptation of Double Fine Productions' Costume Quest.

While it didn't actually name names, it's hard to imagine the company was implying anything else with this Facebook post:

Here are Allie Urrutia, Aidan Sussman, Sinclair Dumont, and Issac Ryan Brown at this week’s recording session for an...

Posted by Frederator Studios on Wednesday, May 13, 2015

Zac Gorman, the man behind the lovely video-game themed art blog Magical Game Time, wrote and drew Costume Quest's charming graphic novel adaptation.

If an animated project has been kept under wraps this long, it's likely that we'll see it on Frederator's online outlet, Cartoon Hangover, rather than as an animated series for television. Cartoon Hangover hosts original cartoon series, but also one-off shorts like "Space Bear" and "Manly," and it's not unheard of for a short to make it to series.  It's unclear for now which of these their Costume Quest adaptation will be.

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