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September 22, 2016 - Animation
Animation Company Malaysia

SLR Productions Options ‘Andy Roid’

Animated series in development for Penguin Books Australia’s bionic boy spy series by bestselling author Felice Arena.

SYDNEY — SLR Productions, certainly one of Australia’s leading children’s and family entertainment companies, has introduced the choice and growth and development of the bionic boy spy book series Andy Roid by bestselling author Felice Arena printed by Penguin Books Australia. Using the support of ABC ME and also the Australian Children’s Television Foundation (ACTF), SLR Productions will build up balance loved tween book franchise right into a 26 x 30 minutes animation company Malaysia tv series. Andy Roid would be the first development collaboration between SLR Productions and ABC ME.

“SLR Productions is enthusiastic about adapting book qualities with its dynamic mixture of technology, spy and bionic masterdom Andy Roid creates a 1-of-a-kind Tv show. Felice has produced an incredible world in the effective book series using its very appealing lead hero character Andy Roid who’s half robot, half boy. We greatly anticipate developing the tales and also the character of Andy into an amazing series for eight to twelve year olds using the fantastic support of ABC ME and also the Australian Children’s Television Foundation,” stated Chief executive officer and Executive Producer of SLR Productions, Suzanne Ryan.

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“What an excellent combination, Andy Roid and SLR Productions. It’s great to determine this greatly popular book series modified by such experts in taking great children’s qualities from book to screen. The ACTF is actually very happy to have the ability to help achieve this by supporting the introduction of the Andy Roid animation company Malaysia series, and realize that kids around the globe is going to be waiting with baited breath to determine their hero arrived at existence,” said Mind of Development & Production, Australian Children’s Television Foundation, Bernadette O’Mahony.

“I’m within the moon at the possibilities of my bionic-boy hero Andy Roid popping from the page and to the small screen. The gifted team at SLR Productions would be the perfect super hero sidekicks to achieve this.Inches added Andy Roid author, Felice Arena.

Andy’s not really a regular teen but he’s trying his better to behave like one. His parents are key researchers for that Global Intelligence Agency (GIA) focusing in bio robotics and, following a existence threatening accident they rebuild Andy utilizing their most advanced technology and untested research giving him superhuman forces. Now he’s half boy, half robot and it is going to become employed because the youngest ever GIA spy. Andy soon discovers, however, that no super power is really as valuable as the aid of uncle, Judd, an undercover teen agent who rapidly becomes his best buddy or his school friend, Reggie, who appears to possess his back regardless of what she discovers about him.

Andy’s now living undercover and it is effectively moving his newly discovered automatic technology among the spy world, being sent on missions in addition to living like a normal teen while attending college and spending time with his buddies.  Andy knows only too well when his secret was revealed enemy spy organizations would take him apart and employ the leading edge automatic technology for cyber power. Set around the world, pressure is on and also the stakes haven’t been greater.