Ink Global introduced two new animation series–“D6” and “Zafari"–and continued to sell its hit series “Masha and The Bear” at MIPCOM this week.

April 6, 2018

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Ink Global introduced two new animation series–“D6” and “Zafari"–and continued to sell its hit series “Masha and The Bear” at MIPCOM this week in Cannes, France.

Described as Home Alone meets Men in Black, “D6 “is a comedy/adventure about the battle against an alien horde who target a peaceful suburb in the first stage of an invasion of earth. A group of six remarkable kids are the only barrier between the aliens and global domination. Twenty-six 11-minute episodes are currently in production, with a projected release date of summer 2015.

“Zafari” is the brainchild of David Dozoretz, who worked alongside George Lucas on the Star Wars prequels and also contributed to major movies such as Jurassic Park, Moulin Rouge and J.J. Abrams' Star Trek. The series tells the story of a group of animal friends who live together in Zafari–a land that’s home to a collection of unique inhabitants who have all been magically born with the skin of other animals.

Finally, 92 broadcasters are now on board across Europe, Asia, Australia, French-speaking Canada, the Middle East and Latin America for “Masha and the Bear,” which is represented for broadcasting and consumer products licensing by Ink Global.

Egmont (publishing) and Simba Dickie (toys) have already signed pan-European deals for brand, following its success in the Russian market, where more than 100 partners are in place across categories including puzzles, confectionery, home décor, digital, toys and fashion. 

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