Tuesday, June 18, 2013

Cartoon Hype: ADHD, Murder Police, Mike Tyson Mysteries

Fox's Animation Domination Hi-Def recently had an open house at it's studios in Hollywood, CA. The co-creator of Axe Cop, Ethan Nicolle might have missed out, taking it easy after recently being married.

Here's their latest animation featuring some Street Fighters.

 The crew and voice actors from the different shows seem to enjoy themselves at it without him.

                                             all photos from the event © 2013 FOX BROADCASTING

A few more details have been revealed other than having a random vibe of pop culture cartoons. A few shows have recently been titled including: Golan the Insatiable, High School USA (which looks very much like Archie) and Lucas Bros Moving Co. (which stars the the twin brother duo).

Fox also has an animated mid-season replacement down the line called Murder Police.

                                            all murder police photos © 2013 FOX BROADCASTING
Here's the synopsis " A new animated comedy series that expands the boundaries of the cop show genre as only animation can. From David A. Goodman (FAMILY GUY) and rising writer/animator/performer Jason Ruiz, the series follows dedicated, but inept detective Manny (Jason Ruiz) and his egotistical, bribe-accepting partner, Tommy (Will Sasso, "The Three Stooges," "MADtv")."

Adult Swim's upfront event still mystifies with Mike Tyson Mysteries. I'm kind of amazed it's Warner Bros Animation and not Titmouse.

 In the new animated comedy series Mike Tyson Mysteries, Mike Tyson is taking the fight from the boxing ring to the streets… by solving mysteries! Armed with a magical tattoo on his face and a trusty associate by his side — a talking pigeon — if you have a problem that needs solving, Iron Mike is in your corner. The series incorporates live-action appearances featuring Mighty Mike himself, and the gloves come off as the former heavyweight champ and his fowl-mouthed partner gear up for weekly adventures as they put unsolved mysteries — like how to defeat a super computer at chess or why a famous author/werewolf can’t finish his novel — down for the count. Animated quarter-hour from Warner Bros Animation.