History Creator / AnimationCollective

9th Jan '18 4:59:51 PM kyun
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Handmade Films owns Animation Collective and the library of Animation Collective shows. Don't bother going to their own site; their official URL redirects to an [=IIS7=] page, possibly reflective of the company's own tangled financial problems.

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Handmade Films owns In 2017 Larry Schwarz announced he had gotten the rights to all his shows back, and so far has made nothing official about new productions. What this means for Animation Collective and the library of Animation Collective shows. Don't bother going to their own site; their official URL redirects to an [=IIS7=] page, possibly reflective of the company's own tangled financial problems.
is uncertain.
9th Jan '18 4:49:22 PM nombretomado
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After creating nearly a dozen different shows for AOL and AOL's teen site Red they broke into television with ''KappaMikey''. Creator/{{Nicktoons}} aired both seasons of ''Kappa Mikey'', a total of 52 26 minutes episodes. ''Kappa Mikey'' was animated in Macromedia's Flash with 3d environments later painted in Photoshop. The animation was somewhat limited but showed marked improvement in the second season. The writers for the series went on to work at ''Series/SaturdayNightLive'' and a number of popular sitcoms. Several New York voice talents worked with Animation Collective on ''Kappa Mikey'' and a number of other shows (Creator/SeanSchemmel, Creator/MichaelSinterniklaas, and other actors associated with Creator/NYAVPost).

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After creating nearly a dozen different shows for AOL and AOL's teen site Red they broke into television with ''KappaMikey''.''WesternAnimation/KappaMikey''. Creator/{{Nicktoons}} aired both seasons of ''Kappa Mikey'', a total of 52 26 minutes episodes. ''Kappa Mikey'' was animated in Macromedia's Flash with 3d environments later painted in Photoshop. The animation was somewhat limited but showed marked improvement in the second season. The writers for the series went on to work at ''Series/SaturdayNightLive'' and a number of popular sitcoms. Several New York voice talents worked with Animation Collective on ''Kappa Mikey'' and a number of other shows (Creator/SeanSchemmel, Creator/MichaelSinterniklaas, and other actors associated with Creator/NYAVPost).
4th Jan '18 3:41:51 AM jormis29
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* ''Wulin Warriors''

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* ''Wulin Warriors''''Series/WulinWarriors''
20th Sep '17 12:19:06 PM CRE040295
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Handmade Films owns Animation Collective and the library of Animation Collective shows. Don't bother going to their own site; their official URL redirects to an IIS7 page, possibly reflective of the company's own tangled financial problems.

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Handmade Films owns Animation Collective and the library of Animation Collective shows. Don't bother going to their own site; their official URL redirects to an IIS7 [=IIS7=] page, possibly reflective of the company's own tangled financial problems.
12th Jul '17 12:16:35 AM Doug86
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[[http://www.animationcollective.com Animation Collective]] was a British owned animation company formally located in UsefulNotes/NewYorkCity, New York. It was managed by its founder Larry Schwarz, a former lawyer who headed the toy company Rumpus. Larry Schwarz started Animation Collective in late 2002/early 2003 to produce original content. The company primarily produced animated shows based on Larry's original intellectual property, such as web series and games for AOL, though occasionally they would do work for hire. The earliest examples of this were websites for 4kids and a pilot for {{Creator/MTV}} in collaboration with Ahmet Zappa.

After creating nearly a dozen different shows for AOL and AOL's teen site Red they broke into television with ''KappaMikey''. {{Nicktoons}} aired both seasons of ''Kappa Mikey'', a total of 52 26 minutes episodes. ''Kappa Mikey'' was animated in Macromedia's Flash with 3d environments later painted in Photoshop. The animation was somewhat limited but showed marked improvement in the second season. The writers for the series went on to work at ''Series/SaturdayNightLive'' and a number of popular sitcoms. Several New York voice talents worked with Animation Collective on ''Kappa Mikey'' and a number of other shows (Creator/SeanSchemmel, Creator/MichaelSinterniklaas, and other actors associated with Creator/NYAVPost).

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[[http://www.animationcollective.com Animation Collective]] was a British owned animation company formally located in UsefulNotes/NewYorkCity, New York. It was managed by its founder Larry Schwarz, a former lawyer who headed the toy company Rumpus. Larry Schwarz started Animation Collective in late 2002/early 2003 to produce original content. The company primarily produced animated shows based on Larry's original intellectual property, such as web series and games for AOL, though occasionally they would do work for hire. The earliest examples of this were websites for 4kids and a pilot for {{Creator/MTV}} Creator/{{MTV}} in collaboration with Ahmet Zappa.

After creating nearly a dozen different shows for AOL and AOL's teen site Red they broke into television with ''KappaMikey''. {{Nicktoons}} Creator/{{Nicktoons}} aired both seasons of ''Kappa Mikey'', a total of 52 26 minutes episodes. ''Kappa Mikey'' was animated in Macromedia's Flash with 3d environments later painted in Photoshop. The animation was somewhat limited but showed marked improvement in the second season. The writers for the series went on to work at ''Series/SaturdayNightLive'' and a number of popular sitcoms. Several New York voice talents worked with Animation Collective on ''Kappa Mikey'' and a number of other shows (Creator/SeanSchemmel, Creator/MichaelSinterniklaas, and other actors associated with Creator/NYAVPost).
28th May '17 4:46:49 AM JRPictures
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After creating nearly a dozen different shows for AOL and AOL's teen site Red they broke into television with ''KappaMikey''. {{Nicktoons}} aired both seasons of ''Kappa Mikey'', a total of 52 26 minutes episodes. ''Kappa Mikey'' was animated in Macromedia's Flash with 3d environments later painted in Photoshop. The animation was somewhat limited but showed marked improvement in the second season. The writers for the series went on to work at ''Series/SaturdayNightLive'' and a number of popular sitcoms. Several New York voice talents worked with Animation Collective on ''Kappa Mikey'' and a number of other shows (Creator/SeanSchemmel, Creator/MichaelSinterniklaas, and other actors associated with [=NYAVPost=]).

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After creating nearly a dozen different shows for AOL and AOL's teen site Red they broke into television with ''KappaMikey''. {{Nicktoons}} aired both seasons of ''Kappa Mikey'', a total of 52 26 minutes episodes. ''Kappa Mikey'' was animated in Macromedia's Flash with 3d environments later painted in Photoshop. The animation was somewhat limited but showed marked improvement in the second season. The writers for the series went on to work at ''Series/SaturdayNightLive'' and a number of popular sitcoms. Several New York voice talents worked with Animation Collective on ''Kappa Mikey'' and a number of other shows (Creator/SeanSchemmel, Creator/MichaelSinterniklaas, and other actors associated with [=NYAVPost=]).
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13th May '17 1:34:07 PM nombretomado
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[[http://www.animationcollective.com Animation Collective]] was a British owned animation company formally located in UsefulNotes/NewYorkCity, New York. It was managed by its founder Larry Schwarz, a former lawyer who headed the toy company Rumpus. Larry Schwarz started Animation Collective in late 2002/early 2003 to produce original content. The company primarily produced animated shows based on Larry's original intellectual property, such as web series and games for AOL, though occasionally they would do work for hire. The earliest examples of this were websites for 4kids and a pilot for {{MTV}} in collaboration with Ahmet Zappa.

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[[http://www.animationcollective.com Animation Collective]] was a British owned animation company formally located in UsefulNotes/NewYorkCity, New York. It was managed by its founder Larry Schwarz, a former lawyer who headed the toy company Rumpus. Larry Schwarz started Animation Collective in late 2002/early 2003 to produce original content. The company primarily produced animated shows based on Larry's original intellectual property, such as web series and games for AOL, though occasionally they would do work for hire. The earliest examples of this were websites for 4kids and a pilot for {{MTV}} {{Creator/MTV}} in collaboration with Ahmet Zappa.
5th Apr '17 5:13:24 AM Doug86
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* The FoxKids version of ''The Incredible Crash Dummies''

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* The FoxKids Creator/FoxKids version of ''The Incredible Crash Dummies''
4th Mar '17 9:51:00 PM C2
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In 2014, their last office closed.
16th Jun '16 11:37:21 PM Morgenthaler
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During the peak of its output Animation Collective, which started with a single floor of a building in Hell's Kitchen, had expanded to two floors in that same building as well as two other locations in the city. The largest being on 37th st. At that time they were wrapping up ''Kappa Mikey'' Season 2, starting ''WesternAnimation/ThreeDelivery'', working on ''SpeedRacerTheNextGeneration'' Season 1, doing a pilot as well as producing ''Series/ThumbWrestlingFederation''. When these shows wrapped up there was no longer enough work to sustain so much space. The 37th Street office was closed and the company continued to work out of its other two locations.

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During the peak of its output Animation Collective, which started with a single floor of a building in Hell's Kitchen, had expanded to two floors in that same building as well as two other locations in the city. The largest being on 37th st. At that time they were wrapping up ''Kappa Mikey'' Season 2, starting ''WesternAnimation/ThreeDelivery'', working on ''SpeedRacerTheNextGeneration'' ''WesternAnimation/SpeedRacerTheNextGeneration'' Season 1, doing a pilot as well as producing ''Series/ThumbWrestlingFederation''. When these shows wrapped up there was no longer enough work to sustain so much space. The 37th Street office was closed and the company continued to work out of its other two locations.
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