Natasha Allegri & NYCC go together like Bee and PuppyCat
Natasha Allegri, creator of Bee and PuppyCat, is scheduled to make three appearances at New York Comic Con (NYCC), along with an appearance by Frederator Studios’ founder and executive producer Fred Seibert, to showcase Cartoon Hangover's hugely anticipated animated series. Bee and PuppyCat is set to launch on Cartoon Hangover on November 6, 2014.
Cartoon Hangover introduced Bee and PuppyCat with a two-part animated short in 2013 to tremendous fan response and rave reviews. With a built-in cult following from the initial two shorts, Frederator went on to launch a Kickstarter campaign that became the fourth-largest film and video funded project ever for the crowdsourcing site.
Here’s where you can find Natasha and Fred at NYCC:
Saturday, October 11, 2014 at 3-3:45 PM (room 1A10)
Bee & PuppyCat – An Inside Look at Creating an Animation Hit
Allegri and Seibert will offer a sneak peek at the first season of Bee and PuppyCat and will talk about the appeal of the cartoon, which is housed on YouTube – not a TV channel.
Saturday, October 11, 2014 at 5-5:45 PM (We Love Fine booth #1836)
Our friends at We Love Fine will host Natasha Allegri for an autograph session
Sunday, October 12, 2014 at 1-1:45 PM (room 1A21)
New Japanese Animation Talent – Kakehashi Project – The Bridge for Tomorrow*, a panel presented by The Japan Foundation.
Moderated by Justin Leach, producer of Kick-Heart, and including special guest Natasha Allegri, the panel will feature five up and coming talented Japanese animators and their work: Saki Muramoto (It’s time for supper); Ryo Okawara (A Wind Egg); Saori Shiroki (Woman Who Stole Fingers); Aya Suzuki (The Dreaming Machine, The Illusionist, Wolf Children, and The Wind Rises); Yuzuru Tachikawa (Death Billiards, Kill La Kill, Sword Art Online, Attack on Titan, and Terror in Resonance).
*The Kakehashi Project – The Bridge for Tomorrow is part of The Japan Foundation’s reciprocal Youth Exchange Program with North America, which aims to raise awareness about the various aspects of Japan and to attract visitors. Under this program Natasha Allegri will also visit Japan.
If you can’t make it to NYCC 2014, check out more Bee and PuppyCat at NYCC information and opportunities here . While you are at it … sign up for the Bee and PuppyCat newsletter for ongoing updates on the series.
Natasha Allegri is available to press outlets for interviews. If you want to set an interview up please email Nate Olson at Nate@Frederator.com
Have a great NYCC 2014 everyone!