Creator: Toon City

One of the more popular Asian animation studios, Toon City is an animation studio in the Philippines.

The studio was created in 1993 by Colin Baker, at first having only around 10 animators. Its employment has since multiplied.

As with South Korean studio Sunwoo Entertainment, Toon City's first client was Disney, which hired Toon City to work on Bonkers. Not only have they worked on a large amount of Disney cartoons since, but they've also gotten several other clients, including Universal (for Curious George), Warner Bros. (for Tom and Jerry Tales and The Looney Tunes Show), and even Nickelodeon (for The Mighty B!).

In its earlier years, Toon City was often listed with Moving Images International.

They also have a YouTube page and a Twitter account.

Shows and films worked on by Toon City:

  • The 7D (alternating with Digital eMation)
  • Aladdin (TV series) (11 episodes List  ; with Moving Images International)
  • Angry Birds Toons (most of season 1 Except for:  and all of season 2)
  • Atlantis: Milo's Return
  • The Awesomes ("No Mo' Sumo" only; the other episodes were done in-house)
  • Bah, Humduck! A Looney Tunes Christmas
  • Bonkers (5 episodes List ; with Moving Images International)
  • Bratz: Starrin` and Stylin`
  • Buzz Lightyear of Star Command (8 episodes)List 
  • Cinderella III: A Twist in Time (with Walt Disney Animation Australia)
  • Curious George
  • The Emperor's New School (20 episodes)List  (other episodes by Wang Film Productions and Synergy Animation)
  • Fillmore! (one episode of season 1: "Ingrid Third, Public Enemy #1")
  • The Fox And The Hound 2
  • Gargoyles (2 episodes)List  (with Moving Images International)
  • Geronimo Stilton (Animated Adaptation)
  • The Golden Horse (film)
  • Henry & Me (film) (with Tycoon Animation)
  • Hercules (8 episodes)List 
  • Hero108 (some episodes; most of the series was by Hong Ying)
  • House of Mouse
  • The Jungle Book 2 (additional production)
  • Jungle Cubs (6 episodes)List 
  • Kronk's New Groove
  • The Land Before Time (2007 TV series)
  • Lilo & Stitch: The Series (19 episodes)List 
  • The Lion King (with Walt Disney Animation Australia)
  • The Lion King 2: Simba's Pride (with Walt Disney Animation Australia and Canada)
  • The Little Mermaid: Ariel's Beginning
  • The Looney Tunes Show (first season only) (6 episodes)List  (2 Merrie Melodies shorts)List 
  • Mickey Mouse Clubhouse
  • The Mighty B! (5 shorts)List 
  • Mother Up (under the name "Morph Animation")
  • 101 Dalmatians: The Series (17 episodesList ; 13 of them with Wang's Thailand studio)
  • Plastic Man pilot for Cartoon Network (seen here)
  • Quack Pack (12 episodes)List 
  • Recess (Only a few episodes from seasons three and four)
  • The Replacements (10+ episodes)List 
  • Rick and Morty (As Morph Animation, additional animation for Bardel Entertainment)
  • Star vs. the Forces of Evil (starting on episode 6)
  • Tarzan II
  • Teacher's Pet (The Movie included)
  • Timon & Pumbaa (27 shorts)List 
  • Titeuf (2011 film)
  • Tom and Jerry Tales (with Lotto Animation and Yearim Productions)
  • Tom and Jerry Blast Off to Mars (DTV)
  • Voltron Force
  • Wabbit A Looney Tunes Production
  • Zeroman (with Hosem, Hong Guang, and Zendo Entertainment)

Tropes found in Toon City's work:

  • Adobe Flash: Mother Up.
  • All-CGI Cartoon: Mickey Mouse Clubhouse
  • Animation Bump: Particular high points can be found in most of their Disney work.
  • Conspicuous CG: Like Rough Draft, Production I.G and GONZO, they're guilty of this.
  • Limited Animation: Mother Up is a lot more conservative than most of their work.
  • Medium Blending: Happens from time to time on some of their shows.
  • Off Model: All of their Recess episodes. note 
    • The way some of the lesser-known Disney characters were animated in House of Mouse sometimes fall into this trope. A particularly glaring example is Basil and Dawson's cameo in "Donald's Lamp Trade," which they animated.
  • Production Posse: Heavily used by Disney in the majority of their projects.