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There's a new Web project emerging. It's called 'The World of Snowboy & Crow' and is a series of animated shorts created in 2012 by director Ken Turner and animated by Freak Show Studios. The characters Snowboy & Crow appear in the mini-comic The World of Snowboy & Crow, also created and illustrated by Ken Turner, from which the web series is based.
In the shorts, you enter the world of Snowboy, a boy made from snow, and his friend a Crow. These two misunderstood child-like characters live in a snowy landscape full of vampires, ufos, monsters, death and love.
Who could ask for more!
Take a look at the teaser trailer...
You can see Episode #1 of Snowboy and Crow at this link here and also here.
Additional links include:
Ken Turner's blog
Ken Turner on Twitter
Freak Show Studios on Facebook
Written and Directed by Ken Turner
"Snowboy & Crow" created by Ken Turner
"Crow" Voiced by Andrew Morrow
Snowboy Theme and Music by Tiago Videira
Animation by Freak Show Studios
No crows were harmed in the making of this show.
A Freak Show Studios Production
The World of Snowboy & Crow Copyright 2012
Year of production: 2012
Warren T. DeNunker
Jean-Rubio Q. Rand
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