Nelvana Licenses Paboo & Mojies TV Anime

posted on by Kimberly Grace
Sega Toys/Daewon Media collaboration aired in Japan earlier this year

The Canadian entertainment company Nelvana has revealed that it has licensed Paboo & Mojies, a Japanese preschool show. Nelvana will showcase the title to potential broadcasters and distributors at the MIPCOM convention in Cannes, France from October 8-11.

Nelvana describes Paboo & Mojies' as follows:

Direct from Japan, Nelvana welcomes you to Mojies Town – a magical land filled with Mojies – where letters and learning combine to create laughter for all! Paboo is a fun loving and curious boy panda, and he and his group of larger-than-life friends explore and problem-solve in their quirky, imaginative and sometimes zany world! Each episode sees the Mojies (Japanese for letters of the alphabet) and Maki (the Mojies book fairy of course!) help Paboo to discover the Magic Word and solve the problem of the day! Paboo & Mojies is a top-rated show in Japan (BS Fuji TV) and will treat an international audience to real Japanese characters, animation and storytelling that could only come from Japan. For preschoolers.

Japan's Sega Toys and South Korea's Daewon Media produced the series, which premiered in Japan in April 2012.

Thanks to Liam for the news tip.

Source: Animation Magazine

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