One month had passed since the DVD, Blu-ray, and digital release of "Splatoon 2: The Movie". The cast moved on to act in other projects, and some of them even signed with a major record label and pursued music careers. The Splatoon movie franchise was over...or so they thought!
Rodney Burks, a writer working at Warner Sisters, had a great idea on his mind: a Splatoon Halloween special. He had written a ton of successful horror movies, including "Kid's Play", "A Quiet Face", "Day of the Living Dead," and "The Nightmare After Christmas".
It was August, two months before Halloween. Rodney decided to contact the writers of the Splatoon movies to see if they could help him work on the project. First, he called the owner of the movies, Universe Studios.
"Hello, you've reached Universe Studios, a Capcomcast company," said a voice over the phone.
"Hi, this is Rodney Burks from Warner Sisters," said Rodney. "Can I speak to the writers of the Splatoon movies?"
"They're busy right now, but I'll g