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‘Meet The WalkerZ’ Signs on with Firefly Brand Management

Firefly will rep the new series in North America.

Shadow Valley has announced it is currently pursuing multiple licenses for the “Meet The WalkerZ.” brand with the help of recently appointed Firefly Brand Management as its North American licensing agent.

“Meet the WalkerZ” is a family friendly animated comedy series about a wonderfully-unusual vegan zombie family that wins a game show and gets a rare opportunity to be the first family of their kind to live a “life” in human society. 

Based on the Jonathan Sanborn comic book series The Adventures of Zombie Dog and adapted for all media by Head Writer Grant Boucher, the series is targeted towards children ages 6-11 years and is currently in production on an initial 4 x 22-minute miniseries to introduce the characters to young audiences.

Shadow Valley Productions has also announced that it has introduce a new Zombie family to young audiences through a newly released teaser for the animated comedy series, “Meet The WalkerZ.” 

 "What really drew me to produce ‘Meet the WalkerZ’ was realizing the potential the comic book had to create a very unique and diverse line-up of characters cuddled by fun-hearted family-values all of which is hidden behind an unusual zombie (but extraordinarily friendly) life style,” says Jeremy L. Christensen, co-Creator and producer for the show.  “From ‘Fear to Friendship’ is the motto.  I held onto and carried around the comic for four years knowing there was no way I was not going to make this into something remarkable and fun for all. We are so happy that it is coming to fruition and look forward to sharing this animated adventure with others.”

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