At NATPE 2005, 4Kids Entertainment will introduce two new Japanese anime properties: Mew Mew Power (52×30’), a tongue-in-cheek action-drama series targeting girls, and F-Zero (52×30’), an ultra-speedy boys racing adventure show.
Follow the trials and tribulations of five teenage girls with the powers of endangered animals as they battle aliens bent on destroying mankind in Mew Mew Power. These super powered ladies are quite the multi-taskers, keeping up with their homework and boys while they fight for the safety of humanity.
F-Zero is a high-velocity, high-performance series, combining cel and CGI animation. The show is set in 2201, and across the universe rabid fans flock to F-Zero tracks everywhere. The prizes are enormous, but the stakes are higher because the outlaws compete to win at any cost. But no worries, the Elite Mobile Task Force, a team of high-risk racers, is determined to keep the prize money away from the evil forces and restore peace to the entire galaxy through defeating the menacing Black Shadow. F-Zero is already an established and popular Nintendo video game.
4Kids Entertainment released F-Zero on Fox Box in September 2004, and Mew Mew Power also premiered on Fox Box in January 2005.