Creator: Philippine Animation Studio Inc
Philippine Animation Studio Inc. is an animation studio in the Philippines.Rising in 1991, PASI is best known as a producer of traditional animation and Flash Animation. In fact, it is one of the oldest studios to specialize in the latter.Compare Toon City, another Filipino animation house.
Shows worked on by PASI:
- Adventures from the Book of Virtues
- The Adventures of T-Rex (With Madhouse, Hong Ying and Mook DLE)
- Animaniacs (One short, "Acquaintances")
- Anthony Ant
- BattleTech (Animated Adaptation; 2D animation)
- Biker Mice from Mars (1993 original and 2006 revival)
- Bimbles Bucket
- The Blues Brothers - The Animated Adaptation. Was cancelled before it aired, but PASI lists it on its resume.
- Bob and Margaret
- Bruno The Kid
- Captain Flamingo
- Cyberchase (one episode: "The Poodleville Case")
- Extreme Dinosaurs (With Hong Ying, Animation Service (HK) and others)
- Fantastic Four (Season 2, replacing Wang Film Productions and Kennedy Cartoons)
- Groove High
- Happily Ever After Fairy Tales For Every Child (season 3 only)
- Histeria (Additional services for StarToons, uncredited)
- James Bond Jr. (uncredited)
- Johnny Test (In-Between Animation for recent seasons, with Seventoon)
- Kong: The Animated Series
- Leap Frog
- Little Shop (with KK C&D Asia and Mook DLE)
- The Mask (Later seasons; with Fil-Cartoons, Dai Won and Plus One Animation)
- Michel Vaillant (with KKC&D Asia and Hong Ying)
- Moville Mysteries
- My Dad The Rockstar
- Ned's Newt (season 1; replaced by RG Prince Films)
- Producing Parker
- Sam & Max: Freelance Police (with Saerom)
- The Secret World of Benjamin Bear
- Seven Little Monsters
- Sunday Pants (the "Monstories" segments, minus the first one which was by Top Peg)
- X-Men ("Out of The Past", "Cold Comfort" and the last few episodes. Withnote AKOM)
Tropes associated with PASI:
- Animation Bump: To Fantastic Four.
- Exactly What It Says on the Tin
- Line Boil: On the first two seasons of Bob and Margaret.
- Off Model: Their work on the Animaniacs short "Acquaintances" looks nothing like any other episode of the show, and the characters are often drawn oddly. That said, the same short also features some fuller animation than was usual for the show at the time.