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[[The Jim Henson Company]] announced in [[2005]] that they were working on an animated TV show based on ''[[The Dark Crystal]]''.<ref>[http://www.henson.com/company/20060201.html Official Henson Press Release]</ref> The show was to be geared for the Cartoon Network's "Toonami" anime block, and designed as a 2D animated follow-up and promotional tie-in to ''[[Power of the Dark Crystal]]''.<ref>Richmond, Ray.''[http://www.vnuemedia.com/thr/film/feature_display.jsp?vnu_content_id=1001139387 Coming attractions]'', September 20, 2005</ref>
 
[[The Jim Henson Company]] announced in [[2005]] that they were working on an animated TV show based on ''[[The Dark Crystal]]''.<ref>[http://www.henson.com/company/20060201.html Official Henson Press Release]</ref> The show was to be geared for the Cartoon Network's "Toonami" anime block, and designed as a 2D animated follow-up and promotional tie-in to ''[[Power of the Dark Crystal]]''.<ref>Richmond, Ray.''[http://www.vnuemedia.com/thr/film/feature_display.jsp?vnu_content_id=1001139387 Coming attractions]'', September 20, 2005</ref>
   
The show's look and feel was announced as being designed by David Slack, who did the same for [[Cartoon Network]]'s popular ''[[Minor_TV_Mentions#Teen_Titans|Teen Titans]]'' series.<ref>Richmond, Ray.''[http://www.vnuemedia.com/thr/film/feature_display.jsp?vnu_content_id=1001139387 Coming attractions]'', September 20, 2005</ref>
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The show's look and feel was announced as being designed by David Slack, who did the same for Cartoon Network's popular ''[[Minor_TV_Mentions#Teen_Titans|Teen Titans]]'' series.<ref>Richmond, Ray.''[http://www.vnuemedia.com/thr/film/feature_display.jsp?vnu_content_id=1001139387 Coming attractions]'', September 20, 2005</ref>
   
 
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The Jim Henson Company announced in 2005 that they were working on an animated TV show based on The Dark Crystal.[1] The show was to be geared for the Cartoon Network's "Toonami" anime block, and designed as a 2D animated follow-up and promotional tie-in to Power of the Dark Crystal.[2]

The show's look and feel was announced as being designed by David Slack, who did the same for Cartoon Network's popular Teen Titans series.[3]

SourcesEdit

  1. Official Henson Press Release
  2. Richmond, Ray.Coming attractions, September 20, 2005
  3. Richmond, Ray.Coming attractions, September 20, 2005

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