According to AWN, Cartoon Network has revealed it’s first CGI feature, FIREBREATHER. This comic-turned-CG feature is based on the comic series created by Phil Hester and Andy Kuhn and touts AEON FLUX veteran Peter Chung as director. Taking the helm as exec producer is writer is Julia Pistor of LEMONY SNICKET fame, and writing is Jim Krieg of BEN 10: ALEIN SWARM.
It is true that opposites attract and Duncan’s parents are no exception. Torn by his half-human, half-dragonlike-kaiju parentage, Duncan faces all the horrors of everyday teenage life plus the drama of being a fire-breather himself.
It’s not easy being a teen like Duncan. His mom wants him to pay more attention to his homework, while his dad – a 120-foot, fire-breathing Kaiju from the depths of the earth – wants him to follow in his monstrous footsteps. Duncan faces trials by fire from two worlds — in one, overcoming his father’s challenges to prepare for the Kaiju throne; in the other, coping with life in a new high school.
FIREBREATHER premieres November 24th at 7PM on, of course, Cartoon Network.