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Moonscoop, one of the leading worldwide distribution, brand management and entertainment companies, has announced that its new animated comedy/action series Hero: 108 will air weekdays on Cartoon Network in the U.S. and U.K., beginning Monday, March 1st. This flash animated series, featuring a unique design, is a great fit for today’s multi-platform digital landscape and has been created with an eye towards online gaming and interactivity.

The series will also benefit from a groundbreaking promotional platform, including a massively multiplayer online game developed by RedGate Games, a subsidiary of Gamania Digital Entertainment, one of the largest publishers of online multiplayer games in Asia.

Both groundbreaking and visually stunning, Hero: 108 is a one-of-a-kind collaboration of artists from Asia, Europe and Hollywood, led by Gamania, Moonscoop and Cartoon Network International, who are spearheading the development and direction of the innovative new program.
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