Ben 10, OK K.O.! Let’s Be Heroes, Villainous And Generator Rex Music Now On SoundCloud
The music composer for the Ben 10 2016 reboot and Generator Rex – Kevin Manthei has uploaded some songs from the soundtracks of both shows. The season one soundtrack of Man of Action’s/Cartoon Network Studios’ Generator Rex is now available to listen on SoundCloud for free, along with sixteen tracks from the new Ben 10 series. Kevin Manthei has also uploaded some music from Cartoon Network Latin America’s animated short series – Villianous, along with a couple of tracks from another show that used to air on Cartoon Network – Xiaolin Showdown.
Mint Potion Productions has uploaded Volume One of OK K.O.! Let’s Be Heroes’ soundtrack onto SoundCloud, the music in the series is composed an produced by Jake Kaufman, Robbie Altschuler, Ben Nix-Bradley and the team at Mint Potion.
Mega Man Animated Series Coming Soon To Cartoon Network USA
The popular and long-running video game franchise – Mega Man is getting a brand new animated series and will be premiering on Cartoon Network USA some time in the near future. News about a broadcasting rights deal between DHX Media and Cartoon Network USA was announced today in a press release. The new animated series is a DHX Media and Dentsu Entertainment co-production and is based on the infamous Capcom property. The new 3D CGI series will go into production this summer at DHX Media’s animation studio in Vancouver, the show will be written and executively produced by Man of Action Entertainment (Duncan Rouleau, Joe Casey, Joe Kelly, and Steven T. Seagle), creators of Cartoon Network’s Ben 10 and Generator Rex, in collaboration with DHX Media and Dentsu Entertainment. No proposed broadcast date has been set yet for the new series.
The new animated series will follow Mega Man’s alter-ego – Aki Light, Aki is an ordinary schoolboy robot who has nano-core technology that gives him the ability to transform himself into Mega Man. With his Mega Buster arm cannon and iconic helmet, Mega Man battles the wickedest villains Silicon City has to offer, while keeping his true identity a secret. The new show will also feature familiar characters such as Mega Man’s robotic dog – Rush as well as new characters such as Mega Mini and Suna Light.
The Mega Man franchise originated from a series of video games, first launched in 1987 by Japanese video games company – Capcom. Each Mega Man game features battles fought by the eponymous blue robot which eventually leads up to a final battle (in most cases) against his arch-nemesis – Dr. Wily. Capcom has released over 130 Megaman video games on multiple gaming platforms, selling over 31 million copies worldwide, as well as several Megaman themed toys, comics and collectables.
DHX Media will manage worldwide distribution and licensing with exception to Asia, in Asia, distribution and licensing will be handled by Dentsu.
From The DHX Media Press Release: DHX Media & Dentsu Entertainment Land Mega Man On Cartoon Network U.S.:
DHX Media, the world’s leading independent, pure-play children’s content company, has signed a deal with Cartoon Network U.S. for Mega Man, an original DHX Media co-production with Dentsu Entertainment USA, Inc. The new series has also been picked up by DHX Media’s Family CHRGD for Canada. Based on the legendary Capcom Mega Man video game franchise, the 3D animated series goes into production this summer at DHX Media’s Vancouver studio. Man of Action Entertainment (Ben 10, Generator Rex, and the creators of the characters and team featured in Big Hero 6) will write and executive produce the series in collaboration with DHX Media and Dentsu Entertainment.
DHX Media manages distribution and licensing rights worldwide, excluding Asia, for the new Mega Man series. Dentsu Entertainment manages distribution and licensing in Asia.
Ken Faier, Executive Producer, Content at DHX Media, said: “We are thrilled that Cartoon Network has picked up the new Mega Man series for its U.S. viewers. This deal points to the solid demand for our original kids’ content, and highlights the strength of our strategy of collaborating with leading industry peers such as Dentsu and Man of Action to refresh evergreen properties for today’s kids. Further, we believe Mega Man’s incredible heritage and proven popularity also positions the brand extremely well for longer term consumer product opportunities.”
Yuichi Kinoshita, President and Chief Executive Officer, Dentsu Entertainment USA, Inc., said “Mega Man is a unique and powerful character, whose positivity and youthfulness has made him beloved around the world for 30 years.”
Aimed at kids 6 to 11, as well as their parents who grew up loving the video games, the new Mega Man animated series will feature exciting new technologies and robots, as well as the introduction of Mega Man’s alter-ego, Aki Light. Aki is a normal, upbeat, schoolboy robot who has nano-core technology that allows him to transform into the mega powered super hero Mega Man! With his Mega Buster arm cannon and iconic helmet, Mega Man battles the wickedest villains Silicon City has to offer. Beloved characters, such as Mega Man’s robotic dog, Rush, will return – while new characters, like Mega Mini™ and Suna Light, will make their debut!
The Mega Man franchise is grounded in a series of video games, first launched in 1987 by Capcom, featuring battles fought by the eponymous blue robot protagonist and an ongoing cast of allies and enemies. The Mega Man multiverse has spawned over 130 video games on multiple gaming systems, selling over 31 million copies worldwide, as well as a plethora of toys, comics and collectibles. A highly rated Mega Man TV series was popular in the USA in the mid-1990s and aired on ABC Family. The new animated Mega Man series focuses on a normal, upbeat schoolboy robot, who discovers that deep within his programming lies secret protocols that can transform him into the powerful Mega Man. And, as the world’s first robotic super-hero, Mega Man must face the threats of Silicon City, while trying to preserve his secret identity and maintain a regular robot boy life.
During September, Cartoon Network Japan will be featuring new episodes of Teen Titans Go!, Clarence, Steven Universe, Mr. Bean: The Animated Series in the Cartoon Express Sunday morning block. Tom and Jerry Kids will air on the channel from Wednesday 14th September, airing Monday to Friday at 2pm. New episodes of The Powerpuff Girls air every Saturday at 9.30am. On Thursday 22nd September, there will be a seven hour long Clarence marathon running from 8am to 3pm. New episodes of Peter Rabbit air from on Saturday 10th September, airs every Saturday and Sunday at 11.30am. Episodes of Generator Rex, Young Justice, Slayers and Ninku air every weekday night from 10pm.