Japan's A.P.P.P. Works on Moksha with Cybergraphix, Stan Lee

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Stan Lee voices protagonist's grandfather in supernatural action story

The American animation company Cybergraphix Animation (Guardians of Luna) confirmed with ANN on Thursday that it is collaborating with Japan's Studio A.P.P.P. (Project A-Ko, Robot Carnival, JoJo's Bizarre Adventure) and Automaton Productions on a project called Moksha. The project's voice cast features American comic book pioneer Stan Lee, Maulik Pancholy (30 Rock, Weeds, Phineas & Ferb), and Lauren Tom (Futurama, King of the Hill, The Joy Luck Club). Cybergraphix describes the story as follows:

Amidst an explosion that nearly takes his life, Daniel Zoran (Maulik Pancholy) is miraculously saved by his enigmatic Grandfather (Stan Lee), but at a great cost. Daniel awakens to find himself with a mysterious tattoo branded upon his chest, his grandfather in an etherial state of being, and he now must rely on his grandfather's fiery steward, Claire (Lauren Tom), to guide him with his new and emerging supernatural abilities. While keeping the Monstrous Fiends of Chaos at bay and coming to terms with her own personal demons, Claire will be pushed to the breaking point, while good-natured Daniel struggles to keep up during the action-packed and surreal adventures.

[Via Toon Zone]

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