Goodwin vs. Badwin, a series of animated comedy shorts created by Joshua Bowen of the Style 5 boutique animation studio and former Fox adult animation development exec Peter Burton, has made its online debut.
The series follows the relationship between opposite twin brothers, Goodwin (the good twin) and Badwin (the bad twin) from their stint as womb mates to the politically incorrect and surreal adventures they share growing up in the world around them.
The show was created in association with and made possible by Flinch Studios and Loogaroo. The series will be distributed by Mondo Media, the largest distributor of online animation for teens and young adults, and the first of a half dozen two- to three-minute episodes debuted Wednesday on YouTube
Take a look at the first episode:
“We are all really excited about partnering with Mondo Media. We believe that Mondo’s unique ability to create and distribute compelling animated comedy has made them a one stop shop for the ever-growing teen and young adult audience that consumes web content,” says Bowen.
“We’re always on the hunt for the hottest, new animated comedy to share with our YouTube subscribers, who are nearly a million strong,” says Aaron Simpson, Mondo Media’s VP of development. “Goodwin vs. Badwin has that blend of hysterical writing mixed with strong production values that we look for, and we’re very excited to be able to host the premiere of this series.”
Let us know in the comments what you think of this series and whether you’ll continue to follow it.