ABOUT THE CONTEST
Take off on a wild adventure through space... and the furthest reaches of your imagination! The long-awaited Bravest Warriors, Pendleton Ward and Breehn Burns' scifi cartoon extravaganza, has finally arrived courtesy of Frederator Studios and Cartoon Hangover! And to celebrate, we are just so excited that we are not going to waste any time giving YOU, the fans, the opportunity to take these young heroes on your own exciting adventures courtesy of a design contest we are launching TODAY, the premiere date of the new series! As you get to know Chris, Beth, Danny, Wallow and all the wild and wonderful characters of the Bravest Warriors universe, come up with some awesomely artistic adventures to send them on in the form of a t-shirt design; you could win up to $2,000, have your design chosen by one of the creators behind the show, and have your art turned into an official Bravest Warriors tee! Rev up your rockets and get ready to blast off into a super-cool competition - and good luck!
ABOUT OUR GUEST JUDGES
Pendleton Ward is the creator of Bravest Warriors and of Adventure Time, the hit animated series from Cartoon Network Studios. Recently nominated for its second Primetime Emmy® Award for Outstanding Short-format Animated Program as well as an Annie Award for Best Animated Television Production for Children, Adventure Time debuted in April 2010 and soon became a ratings and pop culture phenomenon. A graduate of CalArts’ renowned Character Animation Program, Ward grew-up in San Antonio, TX and became interested in animation at an early age, drawing flipbooks in elementary school. Prior to Adventure Time, Ward was a storyboard artist for Cartoon Network’s animated series The Marvelous Misadventures of Flapjack, working with show creator Thurop Van Orman.
Breehn Burns is the showrunner for Bravest Warriors. Burns is known for creating the popular Dr. Tran cartoons. As a screenwriter, he collaborated with Robert Zemeckis on Calling All Robots, a feature film in development. Burns co-created the project with X-Men 2 screenwriter Michael Dougherty and storyboard artist Simeon Wilkins. As a Concept Artist, Burns provided designs for the Warner Bros./Legendary Pictures feature film, Trick 'r Treat. His print illustration work includes Aleister Arcane, a graphic novel written by Steve Niles and several issues of GloomCookie, among other projects. He lives in Los Angeles and his name sounds like BREE-uhn.
Fred Seibert is the Executive Producer of Bravest Warriors and founder of Frederator Studios. He is the executive producer of 9 animated series for Nickelodeon, including Fairly OddParents. Fred is also an executive producer on Adventure Time for Cartoon Network. Fred was MTV's first creative director, helped rebrand Nickelodeon in it's signature style, and as president of Hanna-Barbera in the 1990's created What A Cartoon! for Cartoon Network, which spun off several series including Cow and Chicken, Dexter's Laboratory, Johnny Bravo, The Powerpuff Girls, and Courage The Cowardly Dog. In 2005, Fred created Channel Frederator, the first animation video podcast and later cartoon channel on YouTube, and subsequently helped found Next New Networks, which was then purchased by YouTube in 2011. Fred was also an angel investor in Tumblr and serves on the Tumblr board of directors. YouTube funded Channel Frederator's newest YouTube exclusive channel, Cartoon Hangover and its first series, Bravest Warriors, created by Pendelton Ward.
Eric Homan is a Producer and VP of Development at Frederator Studios. Eric began the 1990′s first teaching high school English and then reporting news for a string of radio stations in and around his hometown of Reading, Pennsylvania. In 1992, he joined Hanna-Barbera Cartoons in Hollywood and later became the creative director of its animation art department. When the cartoon company was folded into the Time-Warner family in late 1996, he was hired by Warner Bros. Studio Stores to continue overseeing the production of Hanna-Barbera artwork and collectibles. In 1998, Homan became the first employee of Frederator Studios. Following a brief stint developing special projects for the online division of MTV Networks in New York City, he works from Los Angeles with Frederator, serving as the studio’s vice president of development, managing the creative affairs of the studio’s new cartoon and book projects.
-Submissions must be received by 11:59:59 PM (PST) on December 31st, 2012.
-You may submit up to 5 entries per person
-All entries must be in one of the following file formats: GIF/PNG/JPG.
-By entering the contest (”Promotion”), you indicate your full and unconditional agreement to, and acceptance of, (a) the Official Rules and (b) Mighty Fine’s (”Sponsor”) decisions, which are final and binding. Winning a prize is contingent upon fulfilling all requirements set forth herein.