Animators Join Penguin's Big Tent
Posted at 11:52AM Thursday 15 Aug 2013
A British animation company has struck a deal with the world's largest publishing house to adapt its children's books for the small screen.
Under the alliance, Komixx, the producer of Channel 5's animated series Toby's Travelling Circus, will mine Penguin Random House's back catalogue for hit TV shows and films. Cartoon versions of Wanda and the Alien and The Kissing Booth are the first fruits of the alliance, with further collaborations planned.
Part of the story . . . at The Sunday Times
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