DOTA 2: NETFLIX’ SHOW ADAPTATION COMING IN 2021
Streaming Shows about video games are a THING these days, and that’s fantastic!
Whether you’re a particular fan of video-game movie adaptations, or you hate them because you were subjected to 1993’s Super Mario Bros movie, or the horrible nightmare that was Mortal Kombat 2, back in 1997 [Yes, I paid for that. I was young and naive, please forgive me…], the reality today is that video-game themed movies are coming back in fashion, with the latest addition being Netflix’ official announcement of a South Korea-designed, animated series of DOTA, expected to launch this coming March.
Netflix’ new show is called DOTA: Dragon’s Blood and was developed in the anime style of japanese animation, by the world-famous, South Korean MIR Studio, responsible for acclaimed anime material of the likes of ‘The Legend of Korra’ and Netflix’s ‘Voltron: Legendary Defender’, a remake of the classic children’s TV show from the 80s.
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DOTA 2: DOTA Pro Circuit – North America Qualifiers
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What Is ‘DOTA: Dragons Blood’ All About?
So, according to Netflix’ official statement published on Feb. 16th, a new animated show based on Valve’s popular franchise will premiere internationally on March 25th, and it will only consist of an 8-episode season. The DOTA show appears to be a stand-alone project, and we couldn’t find anything in regards to any actual plans for a sequel, or any other plan pertaining to the show’s possible future.
According to Ashley Edward Miller, the show’s executive producer, the DOTA’s new Netflix show is an adult-themed show (No kids in here, THANK YOU), and it is – in a way – a ‘reimagining’ of the popular DOTA game story, featuring many of the fan’s favorite characters:
“Fans will love how we’ve imagined the DOTA 2 universe and woven together an epic, emotional, and adult-oriented story about some of their favorite characters… The cinematic animation, action and music are simply next-level, and I am grateful to Valve for supporting our creative ambition.”
What’s the story about?
It’s a bit classic, to be perfectly “story-critical” about it: The premise is, the main character is a dragon knight named Davio, who spends his time going on fun hunting adventures, and a certain ‘eldwurm’ and some princess Mirana come along for the ride, or something like that. – Pardon me again, I am not ALL that familiar with DOTA jargon, so, it’s all chinese to me!
In any case, the producers super-remarked that the show will be “adult-oriented”, which is Hollywood PC code for “more sex than necessary.” So, I guess, get your favorite lube ready for lots of gratuitous Gentai.
Because SEX is what makes the world spin!
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