First-ever Fully Computer-Animated Series “Reboot” Making A Comeback
Peter Donnell / 3 years ago
If you’re old enough to remember Reboot it was the first full computer animated cartoon series on TV, if you’re not sure how old that makes you feel let’s keep in mind that it is about to have it’s 20th anniversary in the new year! The show launched in 1994.
Rainmaker Entertainment, the studio behind the original show has just renamed its TV division to Mainframe Entertainment and launched development of a sequel to the first ever series of Reboot. Time to revisit the digital world of Bob, Dot, Enzo, Fristket and of course Megabyte.
Mainframe Entertainment was acquired by Rainmaker in 2006 and it is great to see that they’re going to bring back the show, I was 9 at the time of its original release and my son will be the same age for the new series, perfect!
While this all sounds like “hey let’s all watch cartoons”, I think it’s more important to see a return of the first ever fully CGI cartoon series, it certainly paved the way in the industry and it will be interesting to see how things have changed in the last 20 years.
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