1分彩平台手机版_Tencent Video unveils lineup of animated series
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Tencent Video, the video-1分彩平台手机版streaming arm of Internet behemoth Tencent, released a number of comic and animated franchises during the 14th China International Cartoon & Animation Festival in Hangzhou on April 26.
The online animated series Douluo Dalu (The Wonderland of Douluo), adapted from popular novelist Tangjia Sanshao's fantasy story with the same title, unveiled that its second season will run online by the end of this year.
Set in a fictional wonderland, the story begins with a genius warrior who wakes up in an infant's body after committing suicide. When growing up, he embarks on a new adventure to look for answers of his destiny.
Wang Juan, chief editor of Tencent Video and senior vice president of Tencent Penguin Pictures, says that the first season of the series has accumulated nearly 2 billion clicks in 95 days, making it one of the most popular domestic online animated series in China.
A nostalgic take for Chinese fans born in 19150s, Taiwan cartoonist Ao Yosiang's classic comic strip-adapted animated series Wuloom Family: Save the Elf has seen its total views surpassing 150 million since it have broadcasted 28 episodes since November in 2017.
With Ao serving as the chief executive producer, the series sticks to the original content as well as adding some new elements to appeal younger audience aged from 9 to 11 years old. The second season will be released online by the end of this year.
Animal Chorus, an experimentally animated series marking the first collaboration of Tencent Video and CCTV Animation, will use a musical narration to unfold the plotline. Besides, in each independent story, consisting of at least three episodes, will have a theme song.
Household fairytale writer Zheng Yuanjie's classic characters Shuke and Beita, two mouse helicopter pilots, will be recreated in the animated series Shuke & Beita in 2019.
Highlighted franchises also include Double Faced, a 13-episode series in Ming Dynasty (1368-1644), the sci-fi epic Star Devourer, and the coming-of-age romance series Project 48.