Tom-Tom and Nana

Last updated

Tom-Tom and Nana is a French comic strip series published in the monthly magazine J'aime lire since 1977. [1] The first authors of the series were writer Jacqueline Cohen and artist Bernadette Després. [2] They were joined by author Evelyne Reberg, and in the most recent editions, by artist Marylise Morel. The comic book has gained success which reached a peak around 1995-2000 (during which time a TV cartoon was created). [3] During the 2000s its publication was less regular. An English translation entitled Tom and Lili is published in the magazine AdventureBox . [4]

Contents

Synopsis

The cartoon covers the Dubouchon family, proprietors of the restaurant The Good Fork, which is often turned upside-down by the mischief of the two youngest children, Tom-Tom and Nana. New heroes were created: Anatole Latuile and Ariol, who are now the main characters.

Characters

The Dubouchons

Employees and customers of the restaurant

Other

Running gags

Animated series

Tom-Tom et Nana was adapted to a 52 episode animated series in 1997. It was broadcast by France 3 and Canal J, and produced by Bayard Presse, Valentine Productions and Jufox [6]

Another 52 episode animated adaptation is currently produced by Bayard Jeunesse and 4.21 Productions and debuted on Télétoon+ in 2019. [7]

Related Research Articles

<i>Sealab 2021</i> American animated television series

Sealab 2021 is an American adult animated television series created by Adam Reed and Matt Thompson for Cartoon Network's late-night programming block, Adult Swim. Cartoon Network aired the show's first three episodes in December 2000 before the official inception of the Adult Swim block on September 2, 2001, with the final episode airing on April 24, 2005. Sealab 2021 is one of the only four original Williams Street series that premiered in 2000 before Adult Swim officially launched, the others being Aqua Teen Hunger Force, The Brak Show, and Harvey Birdman, Attorney at Law.

The Kids from Room 402 is an animated series produced by CinéGroupe and Saban Entertainment that premiered on October 9, 1999 on the Fox Family Channel in the USA, and on August 29, 2000 on Teletoon in Canada. It consists of 52 half-hour episodes, the last of which aired in 2000, with reruns airing until 2005. The series was also seen in Latin America and Europe on Fox Kids, with the latter region still airing the series after the Fox Kids channels were purchased by Disney and changed their name to Jetix; remaining on their schedule until the Jetix channels were once again rebranded as Disney XD.

<i>Tom Goes to the Mayor</i> Television series

Tom Goes to the Mayor is an American adult animated series created by Tim Heidecker and Eric Wareheim for Cartoon Network's late night programming block, Adult Swim. It premiered on November 14, 2004 and ended on September 25, 2006 with a total of thirty episodes.

<i>Pecola</i> Japanese childrens television series

Pecola is a Canadian-Japanese CGI-animated preschool children's television series which stars cube-shaped anthropomorphic animals in a place called Cube Town. It is based on a series of children's picture books by Naomi Iwata. It was first aired on Teletoon in Canada from September 3, 2001 with the final episode being aired on September 18, 2002. In Japan, the show aired on TV Tokyo. and in the United States the show aired on Cartoon Network in 2003.

<i>Flying Rhino Junior High</i> Animated TV series

Flying Rhino Junior High is an animated television series produced by Neurones Animation, Nelvana Limited, and Scottish Television Enterprises. The show was originally aired from 3 October 1998 until 22 January 2000 on Teletoon in Canada. In the U.S., the show was aired on CBS. On 2 February 2000, the show was cancelled.

<i>Carl²</i> Canadian animated TV series

Carl² is a Canadian animated series and sitcom which explores what would happen if a teenager had a clone. The concept of the series is a mixture of biological studies and normal teenage life.

<i>Wayside</i> (TV series) Canadian animated comedy television series

Wayside is a Canadian animated series and sitcom developed by John Derevlany and produced by Nelvana Limited. The series follows Todd, a transfer student who attends Wayside, an offbeat 30-story grammar school. It is loosely based on the Wayside School books by Louis Sachar, and several elements differ between the two works.

<span class="mw-page-title-main">Télétoon</span> Canadian French-language childrens TV channel

Télétoon is a Canadian French language specialty channel owned by Teletoon Canada, Inc., a subsidiary of Corus Entertainment. Its name is a portmanteau of "télévision" and "cartoon". Until March 2023, the channel had an English-language counterpart named Teletoon, which was renamed Cartoon Network on March 27, 2023, although Télétoon remains its French-language counterpart.

<i>Betsys Kindergarten Adventures</i> Animated series

Betsy's Kindergarten Adventures is an animated television series intended for young children. The show aired from January 12, 2008 to September 27, 2008 on PBS Kids.

<i>Lifes a Zoo</i> Canadian TV series or program

Life's a Zoo is a Canadian stop motion sitcom created by Adam Shaheen and Andrew Horne. It is directed by Alexander Gorelick. A co-production of Cuppa Coffee Studios and Teletoon, "Life's a Zoo.tv" was named Best Animated Program or Series at the 24th Annual Gemini Awards. It premiered on September 1, 2008, on Teletoon's late night programming block, Teletoon at Night. It premiered on Smosh's Cartoon YouTube channel, Shut Up! Cartoons on June 23, 2013.

<i>Stoked</i> (TV series) Television series

Stoked is a Canadian animated series produced by Fresh TV that premiered on Teletoon on June 25, 2009 and ended on January 26, 2013. It aired on Teletoon in Canada, ABC3 in Australia and on Cartoon Network in the U.S. The series was created by Jennifer Pertsch and Tom McGillis, who also created 6teen and the Total Drama series.

<i>The Garfield Show</i> French-American animated television series

The Garfield Show is a CGI animated television series produced by Dargaud Media and Paws, Inc. It is based on the American Garfield comic strip created by Jim Davis. The animated series focuses on a new series of adventures for the characters of Garfield, Odie, and their owner Jon Arbuckle, alongside staple characters from the strip and a number of unique additions for the program. Both Davis and producer Mark Evanier, who previously wrote episodes for the 1988 animated series Garfield and Friends, co-wrote stories for the program, with the cast including Frank Welker, Wally Wingert, Julie Payne, Jason Marsden and Gregg Berger. Welker and Berger had previously voiced various characters in Garfield and Friends.

<i>Crash Canyon</i> Canadian TV series or program

Crash Canyon is a Canadian adult animated sitcom which premiered on Teletoon at Night in Canada and was distributed globally by MTV. The show was first premiered on September 18, 2011 with the final episode aired on March 3, 2013.

<i>Grojband</i> Canadian animated television series

Grojband is a Canadian animated television series created by Todd Kauffman and Mark Thornton for Teletoon in Canada and Cartoon Network in the United States. Produced by Fresh TV and Neptoon Studios, with animation by Elliott Animation, in association with FremantleMedia Enterprises, it premiered on June 10, 2013, in the United States, on September 5, 2013, in Canada, and on April 21, 2014, in the United Kingdom. It is executive produced by Tom McGillis and Jennifer Pertsch, the creators of the hit animated reality franchise Total Drama.

Wayside is a 2005 Canadian animated television film created by Louis Sachar, developed by John Derevlany and produced by Nelvana. The film follows Todd, a transfer student, who attends Wayside, a 30-story-tall grammar school that has a reputation for the ridiculous. After a mix up with the contractor, the school was built sideways with the rooms stacked on top of each other instead of side-to-side, resulting in an Escher-esque design revolved around a fantasy environment and kid knowledge.

<i>Supernoobs</i> Canadian animated television series

Supernoobs is a Canadian animated comedy television series produced by DHX Media for Cartoon Network and Teletoon. The series is about four kids who navigate through middle school and fight evil assassins at the same time. It first premiered on Cartoon Network in the United Kingdom and Ireland on November 2, 2015. Supernoobs was created by Scott Fellows, who also created Johnny Test, Ned's Declassified School Survival Guide, Big Time Rush, and 100 Things to Do Before High School.

Freaktown is a Canadian animated series produced by Portfolio Entertainment, being the first creation of the group's cartoon studio. Devised by Peter Ricq and Philippe Ivanusic, the series premiered on Teletoon on June 20, 2016. Internationally, the series premiered on Disney XD on May 28 & 29, 2016 and is currently airing on Pop Max in United Kingdom, Boing in France, Hungama TV and Disney XD in India and Cartoon Network in Australia and New Zealand.

<span class="mw-page-title-main">Bernadette Després</span> French illustrator and comic book artist

Bernadette Després is a French illustrator and comic book artist.

<i>The Daltons</i> (2010 TV series) French comedy series

The Daltons is a French comedy animated television series based on the works by artist Morris and writer René Goscinny as it focuses on the four main villains of the comic book series Lucky Luke who try to escape the prison they get locked up in every time Lucky Luke captures them. The show is being adapted by Olivier Jean-Marie and Jean-François Henry while the series is directed by Charles Vaucelle.

<i>Tom and Jerry in New York</i> 2021 animated television series

Tom and Jerry in New York is an American animated streaming television series that premiered on HBO Max on July 1, 2021, and ended on November 18, 2021. It is based on the Tom and Jerry characters and theatrical cartoon series created by William Hanna and Joseph Barbera and serves as a stand-alone sequel series to the film, Tom & Jerry, which was released in cinemas and HBO Max on February 26, 2021.

References

  1. "J'aime lire a 40 ans : Tom-Tom et Nana, le duo de choc !". 8 May 2014.
  2. "Bernadette Després".
  3. Tom-Tom and Nana at IMDb
  4. AdventureBox with Tom and Lili
  5. "Questions réponses - Bernadette Després - Illustratrice & dessinatrice de Tom-Tom et Nana".
  6. William D. Crump (11 March 2019). Happy Holidays--Animated!: A Worldwide Encyclopedia of Christmas, Hanukkah, Kwanzaa and New Year's Cartoons on Television and Film. McFarland. p. 318. ISBN   978-1-4766-3646-7.
  7. Floux, Eric (30 January 2019). "LIVRE : UN NOUVEAU DESSIN ANIMÉ TOM-TOM ET NANA SUR TÉLÉTOON +" (in French). Telecable Sat Hebdo. Retrieved 23 May 2019.