How Beat Bugs helped Atomic Cartoons find its rhythm

March 22, 2018Atomic Cartoons, Beat Bugs, Industry News, The Last Kids On Earth

KidScreen/ Jordan Pinto  Atomic president Jennifer McCarron opens up about the studio’s new Vancouver digs and the global success of its original Beatles-themed co-pro. With Canada’s Atomic Cartoons announcing this week that it’s relocating its Vancouver headquarters to a new 35,000-square-foot facility, president Jennifer McCarron says the animation producer is now poised to expand its … Read More

Netflix Orders Animated Series ‘The Last Kids on Earth’

February 28, 2018Atomic Cartoons, Corporate News, Industry News, The Last Kids On Earth

Etan Vlessing/ The Hollywood Reporter  Scott Peterson will serve as showrunner for the adventure comedy based on Max Brallier’s book series. Netflix has nabbed the animated adventure comedy The Last Kids on Earth, based on Max Brallier’s bestselling book series The Last Kids on Earth and the Cosmic Beyond. The serialized cartoon series is being produced by … Read More

‘The Last Kids On Earth’ Animated Comedy Series Based On Books Ordered By Netflix

February 28, 2018Atomic Cartoons, Industry News, The Last Kids On Earth

Denise Petski/ Deadline Production has begun on The Last Kids On Earth, a serialized animated adventure-comedy series based on Max Brallier’s bestselling book series for premiere on Netflix in 2019. Thunderbird Entertainment’s animation studio Atomic Cartoons is producing. The Last Kids on Earth follows 13-year-old Jack Sullivan and a band of suburban middle schoolers who live … Read More

Atomic Cartoons Starts Production on ‘The Last Kids on Earth’

February 28, 2018Atomic Cartoons, Corporate News, Industry News, The Last Kids On Earth

Mercedes Milligan/ Animation Magazine  Thunderbird Entertainment’s animation studio Atomic Cartoons has kicked off production on an animated adaptation of The Last Kids on Earth — Max Brailler’s New York Times bestselling book series. The adventure-comedy toon will launch on Netflix streaming around the world in 2019. The announcement comes with a first look at the … Read More