Toon-Us-In Animations was a U.S. animation studio located in L.A.'s Chinatown. It was formed by some employees who previously worked on Ren and Stimpy, such as Andy Kim. Sometime during the '90s, they opened a South Korean branch, as The True Meaning of Crumbfest lists "Seoul, South Korea" as its location, and Terry Pike mentioned on his LinkedIn that he supervised animation on Freaky Stories in Seoul.
It is highly likely that MyPlan Animation is an off-shoot of Toon-Us-In, as it featured Andy Kim as a staff member and, considering both Toon-Us-In and MyPlan worked on Watership Down and various Peanuts sepcials, it's not a stretch to assume the two studios are related. As such, both studios' work are listed in this article.
Series which feature Toon-Us-In's work:
- Captain Simian and the Space Monkeys: Overseas animation by Sunmin Animation and Jireh Animation.
- Freaky Stories
- Gen13 animated movie: Layout services.
- Hey Arnold!: Intro sequence with U.S. Animation.
- King of the Hill (layouts for "Plastic White Female")
- Love Story of Juliet, The (Seong Chunhyangdyeon)
- Mega Babies (with Ji-Reh Animation)
- Peanuts specials:
- Charlie Brown's Christmas Tales
- He's a Bully, Charlie Brown (with Cody Art)
- I Want a Dog For Christmas, Charlie Brown
- Lucy Must Be Traded, Charlie Brown (with Cody Art)
- Rainbow Fish (TV series)
- The Ren & Stimpy Show: Joined during season 3 with the bumper "Chicken in a Drawer". Their first full-length short was "Magical Golden Singing Cheeses", and worked on the series until it ended. Ink and paint duties for Toon-Us-In episodes were usually handled by Yeson Entertainment.List
- The Simpsons: Layouts for one episode, "The Secret War of Lisa Simpson".
- The True Meaning of Crumbfest
- Watership Down (TV series; seasons 1 & 2. Replaced by My Plan Animation)
Series which feature My Plan's work:
- A Charlie Brown Valentine
- Rescue Heroes (additional production facility for season 2)
- Watership Down (TV series; season 3. Replacing Toon-Us-In)
Tropes associated with the company:
- Deranged Animation: In Ren and Stimpy.