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NEW ANIMATED PRESCHOOL SERIES, KATE & MIM-MIM, SET TO PREMIERE ON DISNEY JUNIOR ON FRIDAY, DECEMBER 19TH AT 8:00 PM ET/PT Join the Adventures of Fearless Kate and her Toy Bunny, Mim-Mim, in New TV Show Created by Award-Winning Husband and...
The Hollywood Reporter covers DHX Media's acquisition of the Nerd Corps animation studio and its library of 11,000 half-hours of kids' content for $57 million. The acquisition will add shows like Slugterra, League of Super Evil, and Storm Hawks...
Asaph "Ace" Fipke bills himself as the Supreme Commander of Nerd Corps, the Vancouver-based animation studio, and the whimsy in job title carries over into their TV shows. A child actor whose father was in show business as well,...
Slugterra: Ghoul from Beyond is a mildly disappointing effort in the Slugterra franchise for a few different reasons. Despite its billing as "the first Slugterra movie," a short running time and average production values makes it look like just...
Shout! Factory has provided Toonzone with an exclusive video clip from Slugterra: Ghoul from Beyond, the first feature-length Slugterra movie coming to DVD on June 10, 2014. For more details about the release, check out Toonzone's earlier coverage here. The...
Variety reports that Prof. Stephen Hawking and Nerd Corps Entertainment are developing a new animated series based on the George Greenby series of books written by Hawking and his daughter Lucy Hawking. The series will focus on the title...
Slugterra’s Very First Feature-Length Animated Adventure! SLUGTERRA: Ghoul from Beyond Bring Home the Adventure June 10th, 2014 from Shout! Factory Kids Join the Shane Gang in Slugterra: Ghoul from Beyond, the first feature-length Slugterra adventure! Based on the hit animated television series, Slugterra:...
After a disappointing installment in Slug Power, Slugterra returns to form with its newest DVD from Shout! Factory, Slugterra: Heroes of the Underground. By now, I suppose it's pointless to complain that Slugterra is a show that would be...
The Hollywood Reporter notes a trip by several Canadian animation studios and broadcasters to the United Kingdom, seeking opportunities for co-productions that can take advantage of British animation skills, creativity, and newly implemented tax breaks for high-end TV and...
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