Titel: Rocket Monkeys
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When battling rogue black holes, vengeful aliens, criminal masterminds, and rifts in the evil dimension, the universe turns to its bravest and brightest to save the day. When those guys are busy, the universe is stuck with the Rocket Monkeys. Inexplicably charged with carrying out all kinds of important missions, brothers Gus and Wally cause more intergalactic calamity than they could ever prevent. Luckily, they have plenty of help from YAY-OK, their dashing and devoted (if slightly outdated) robot. These monkeys may not have the brainpower of the Rocket Chickens or the guts of the Cosmosloths, but they do have a hunger for adventure. And by “adventure” we mostly mean “bananas”.


Rocket Monkeys is a Canadian animated television series that premiered on Teletoon on January 10, 2013.[2] The series was created by Dan Abdo and Jason Patterson and developed by Mark Evestaff and Alex Galatis. Rocket Monkeys is produced in association with Atomic Cartoons Inc. The show premiered in March 4, 2013 on Nickelodeon in the United States, and on 15 April 2013 on Nicktoons in the United Kingdom and Ireland.

Development In 2006 Jason Patterson and Dan Abdo came up with the idea of an animated television show called Rocket Monkeys. The two simian stars, Gus and Wally were loosely based on Jason and Dan who have been friends since high school. They developed a pitch book and animated motion test, which they showed to Michael Feder. Michael Feder, a partner of Hornet Inc, agreed to help develop Rocket Monkeys, under the Hornet Films label of the company. The show was sold to Warner Bros in the fall of 2007. Warner Bros shut down its original animation division in early 2008. 4Kids Entertainment picked up the project and Rocket Monkeys was green lit for preproduction in the spring of 2008 with Dan and Jason as show runners. In early 2011 4kids entered chapter 11 Bankruptcy and the future of Rocket Monkeys was in limbo. Then in late 2011 Breakthrough Entertainment of Canada green lit the series, and Rocket Monkeys went back into production. In early 2012 the series went into full production, with animation being handled by Atomic, in Vancouver.

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