After checking that the ‘The Witcher’ has become one of the series most viewed of the last few months competing for the first positions of the streaming media with ‘Stranger Things’ and ‘The Mandalorian’, the time comes to squeeze the product to the maximum and from Netflix they are not losing even a second of your time to offer us more of the universe of Geralt of Rivia.
At the end of January it was announced that the universe ‘The Witcher’ would be an animated series that would expand the story. ‘Nightmare of the Wolf’ will be the name that comes out this product that will be repeated in Lauren Schmidt Hissrich and Beau DeMayo, two of the screenwriters and producers of the series from the big N. In its last interview, DeMayo was able to give you some visual references for us to get an idea of where to go shots:
“Some of those things were really cooked in my DNA. The Sailor Moon of all, it was Dragon Ball Z, a great action series of the show since… an action scene of Dragon Ball Z seems silly in live action, but it looks awesome in the animation“shared the writer. “When you approach an action scene in the anime, it’s like, what is it that we could only encourage, and that we could not do in the series of real action, to feel like a world of your own that you have won?”.
History of origins
“I think that, with the real action, but also with the anime, it is very important that it is not only a festival of action and that there is a history there. That has emotion and that is really sincere”, remarked DeMayo on how to calibrate the two essences of this new series. “A lot of people underestimate the animation, especially anime, to the hour of power to transmit feelings, emotions, really touching“.
For the moment, it is known that the anime will tell the story of Vesemir, the mentor, and support of Geralt: “Long before that became the mentor of Geralt of Rivia, Vesemir began his own journey as a Warlock after that a mysterious person, known as Deglan, was made with the young Vesemir through the Law of Surprise”. It is expected that ‘The Witcher: Nightmare of the World’ reaches the end of 2020 to Netflix.