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Somewhere in deep space and outside the creative imaginations of the animation aces of the Hanna-Barbera studios, live the Herculoids. Humanoid Zandor – along with his wife Tara and son Dorno – leads a group of unique creatures: Zok the flying dragon, the mighty simian Igoo (who has rock-like skin), the rhino hybrid Tundro, and …

Summer is for the outdoors. But the gloomy weather can spoil the fun, even in July and August. So there will inevitably be times when your children will want to watch TV. So here are 20 shows and movies for your kids to discover and enjoy over the next two months. It’s been almost 20 …

Dan Harmon put his particular comedy stamp on his projects, making classics like Community and the extremely popular animated comedy Rick and Morty. Although the latter is a combined effort of Harmon and Justin Roiland (Gravity Falls, Solar opposites), the two creatives had the opportunity to develop their animation skills via other platforms. Roiland is …

Final Fantasy IX, one of the beloved games in Square Enix’s popular JRPG series, is getting an animated series aimed at ages 8 to 13. Kidscreen initially announced the news that Square Enix and French production company Cyber ​​Group Studios, known for their edutainment titles for children, are teaming up to produce this project. “We …

Adaptations of popular video games seem to be becoming more and more common in recent years. Examples like Supersonic detonation TV series and the new Mortal combat film released with decent success, and several other adaptations, including one Cup head animated series, have been announced. It looks like Square Enix wants another piece of the …

Final Fantasy IX will be adapted for a animation series for young audiences. The ninth episode of the Square Enix saga will arrive on television from the hand of Cyber ​​Group Studios, an animation studio based in Paris, France. The information, advanced by Kidscreen (Going through Gematsu), specifies that this team will be in charge …

Created by Emily Spivey and Christy Stratton, “Bless the Harts” is an adult animated series on Fox set in the same universe as “King of the Hill”. The series follows a working class family in North Carolina trying to live the American Dream. The family consists of Jenny Hart, her mother Betty and daughter Violet. …