Creator: Mook DLE

MOOK DLE (or simply just Mook Animation) is a Japanese animation studio.

Spun off from Trans Arts in 1986, the company's best known for Transformers Animated, Rocket Girls, several Scooby-Doo movies and Armitage III, the last of which with AIC.

Not to be confused with Mooks or Mecha-Mook, see also Toei Animation, AKOM, Mainframe Entertainment, Production Reed, Studio Gallop, Dong Woo Animation, Actas, Wang Film Productions, GONZO,Sunwoo Entertainment, Industrial Light and Magic, Digital Domain and Studio 4°C, other studios involved with the Transformers franchise.

More credits can be found here, here, here, here and here.

Projects worked on by Mook:

Western Animation, credited
  • Æon Flux (season 3)
  • The Condor
  • COPS (With KK C&D Asia, layouts)
  • Golden Book Video (With KKC&D)
    • Aladdin
    • Beauty and the Beast
    • The Little Mermaid
    • Pinocchio
    • Sinbad
    • The Three Musketeers
    • Thumbelina
  • Jonny Quest The Real Adventures (Season two)
  • Men In Black (Four Season 1 episodes and the opening)
  • Mosaic (AKOM animated the title sequence)
  • Mummies Alive! (5 episodes)List 
    • Mummies Alive: The Legend Begins
  • Scooby-Doo (The movies between Zombie Island to Cyber Chase)
  • Street Sharks (season 2 only; with Wang Film Productions, Fil-Cartoons, Jade Animation, and Rainbow Group)
  • Stripperella (7 episodes)List  (Wang Film Productions and Sunmin Animation did the rest)
  • SWAT Kats (With Hanho Heung-Up. Animated half of the first season and the entire second season)
  • Transformers Animated (With The Answer Studio, seven season 1 episodesList , seven season 2 episodesList  and all of season 3)
  • Ultra Force (Opening only)
  • X-Men: Evolution (24 episodes, with various support studios)List  (Madhouse & DR Movie did the rest)

Western Animation, uncredited

Anime, main

Anime, support

Tropes Associated with Mook:

  • Animation Bump: The Scooby Doo movies.
  • Cash Cow Franchise: Transformers Animated; Some others to an extent.
  • Merchandise-Driven: Transformers Animated; Bakugan and Yu-Gi-Oh! to some extent
  • Off Model: Transformers Animated came down with a bad case of this in its third season when Mook became the only studio involved.