The reboot is coming on June 21, 2022 on Netflix
I can only describe it in two words: Cursed gold
A long time ago, I heard that Kirby had an anime, so I watched the first episode, though it was okay. So I tried looking up where I could see the final episode. I went on a website where everything was in japanese, but the episodes still had english numbers. So I went to the final episode, seeing two final episodes, 100a and 100b. I watched both, with the only thing different about both of them being how the final battle was. 100a had Kirby fighting Nightmare in a dimension with multiple fountains, while 100b had them in a chess arena. 100a, when Nightmare died, instead of saying how he will be reborn, he instead talks about beings stronger than him. They would escape his fortress, going how the episode would normally end. But when it turned pitch black, eyes everywhere appeared, then 100a would end. The website is long gone and the internet archive doesn't seem to be able to find it. Episode 100b went as how the regular episode 100 did, Kirby defeats Nightmare, saying he'll be reborn, and having no eyes appearing. I can't find episode 100a. I'm making this post because I think the eyes in the pitch black were dark matters. Both episodes were subtitled, though very poorly.
Don't @ me, the line are more funny than the sub
It can also be a headcanon.
Even though the anime takes place in a different continuity than the games, what if they were actually one universe split into two?
What if the anime was actually from a bad ending in Kirby's Adventure? My idea is that what if instead of defeating nightmare, Kirby actually lost and died to him. Nightmare gains more power and kills all of the Kirby species and even Tiff's species, with survivors going to a different planet. This is why Tiff's species is never talked about in the anime, most of them died or escaped. Nightmare destroys great portions of Dreamland, making it into a single town. Meta Knight fights Nightmare with his crew, but they lose also, with the Meta-Knights(Axe Knight, Mace Knight, etc) dying in battle. Meta Knight then joins a group called the Star Warriors and fights Nightmare for many years. Nightmare gains more and more power, enough to wear he went from being a curse into a full-on god of evil. This is why the Meta-Knights never appear in the anime, they all died and this is why Nightmare is much more powerful in the anime than in the game, he became stronger. He absorbs the dark matter to become the Nightmare in the anime. Meanwhile, Dedede and many survivors gather as many resources as they can to rebuild Dreamland and even Dedede's castle. Dedede, knowing Nightmare was released because of Kirby, teaches his future generations to hate Kirby, but this time for a good reason. Out of the three, Dedede, Kirby, and Meta Knight, only Meta Knight is alive. Kirby died but was reborn into the Kirby in the anime, and the Dedede in the anime is game Dedede's descendant who, out of many generations of changing the Kirby hate story, never knows that Nightmare was his enemy. Meta Knight wants to teach the new Kirby carefully not because of the death of his squads, but because of what happened to the previous ones. Dedede hates him how Kirby gets more attention is a family thing. Nightmare creates N.M.E to help him. What do you think? Is this theory possible?
Another Theory: The Kirby Anime is actually a show in the game universe. Everyone, even Kirby, Meta Knight, Dedede, and Nightmare are actors, not the actual characters. Or the show is an anime in the game-verse.
The idea of making a Kirby Analog Horror wasn't inspired by Maple Riot, I had the idea before they made that video, I just didn't make them yet. So far only three episodes so far. I will make more later.
I was just minding my own business on Instagram until I discovered something very interesting.
It's a copy of a script page from the 4Kids dub of the Kirby anime, signed by David Lapkin, the English voice of Sir Ebrum, Dr. Yabui, and Gangu (Most sources, including this wiki, spell his name as "Gengu," and claim that he's voiced by Maddie Blaustein).