Titmouse, Inc.

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Titmouse, Inc.
Founded 2000
Founder Chris Prynoski, Shannon Prynoski
Headquarters Los Angeles, California, United States[1]
Key people
Antonio Canobbio (Chief Creative Officer)
Ben Kalina (VP & Supervising Producer)
Juno Lee (Officer)
Mike Roush (Officer)
Number of employees
over 400[2]
Subsidiaries Titmouse NY
Titmouse Vancouver
Website titmouse.net

Titmouse, Inc. is an American animation studio that develops and produces animated television programming, feature films, music videos, title sequences, commercials and short films. The studio opened in 2000, and has offices in Los Angeles, New York City and Vancouver. Some of their productions include Motorcity for Disney XD, Metalocalypse, China, IL, Superjail! and Black Dynamite for Adult Swim.[3]


Owner Chris Prynoski began working at MTV in New York on shows such as Daria, Beavis and Butthead, and his own creation, MTV Downtown, which was nominated for a primetime Emmy Award.[4] In the early 2000s, Prynoski opened a small T-shirt company with his wife, Shannon Prynoski. However, upon getting more requests for cartoons than for T-shirts, they decided to abandon screen-printing in favor of animation. The Prynoski's moved to California and opened the revamped Titmouse, Inc., an animation studio. They hired French art director, Antonio Canobbio.[citation needed] Titmouse opened a games division in 2009.[5]

Due to projects like Cartoon Network’s Metalocalypse, Superjail! and The Venture Bros. the company expanded and opened a sister studio in New York City in 2010. The California studio later added a wholly owned subsidiary, Robin Redbreast, which was then unionized in order to produce MotorCity for Disney XD.

The company has a YouTube channel, Rug Burn, launched in December 2012 with Six Point Harness. Rug Burn was launched with a handful of shows.[6]

In April 2016, Titmouse released its first feature-length film, titled Nerdland. The film is R-rated, and stars Paul Rudd and Patton Oswalt.[7]


  • Titmouse Canada
  • Titmouse New York



Title Year Notes Client
2002 MTV Movie Awards 2002 opening and graphics MTV
The Osbournes main titles
Produced for ka-chew!
Megas XLR 2004–05 main titles, additional animation (Season 1 only) Cartoon Network
Avatar: The Last Airbender 2005–08 main title sequence[8] Nickelodeon
Shorty McShorts' Shorts 2006 "Dudley and Nestor Do Nothing" (animation production) Disney Channel
The Amazing Screw-On Head Pilot Sci-Fi Channel
Metalocalypse 2006–13 [9] Adult Swim
Superjail! 2007–14 seasons 2–4[9]
Class of 3000 2007 digital effects Cartoon Network
Let's Fish pilot Adult Swim
Frank TV "Frankincense and Myrrh" (animation) TBS
G.I. Joe: Resolute 2009 [10] Adult Swim
Freaknik: The Musical 2010
Black Panther BET
MAD 2010–11 additional animation Warner Bros. Animation
The Venture Bros. 2011–present seasons 5–present, three specials[9] Adult Swim
Black Dynamite 2011–12 season one[3]
China, IL 2011–15 [9]
Community 2011–12 animated sequences in “A Fistful of Paintballs”, “Foosball and Nocturnal Vigiliantism” and “Digital Estate Planning[11][12] Sony Pictures Television
Motorcity 2012–13 [13] Disney XD
Randy Cunningham: 9th Grade Ninja 2012–15 production only[14]
Liquid Television 2013 MTV
Turbo FAST 2013–2016 [9] DreamWorks Animation
Breadwinners 2014–16 animation Nickelodeon
TripTank 2014–16 "Jerk Chicken" shorts Comedy Central
Space Dandy 2014 "Slow and Steady Wins the Race, Baby" Bones
King Star King 2014 Adult Swim
Hot in Cleveland 2014 Season 5 episode "The Animated Episode" TV Land
Kirby Buckets 2014–present animation Disney XD
Team Hot Wheels: The Origins of Awesome! 2014 television film Mattel
Niko and the Sword of Light 2015–present Amazon Studios
Yoyotoki HappyEars 2015 pilot
Moonbeam City [15] Comedy Central
Team Hot Wheels: The Skills to Thrill television film Mattel
Team Hot Wheels: Build the Epic Race television film Mattel
TMNT Half-Shell Heroes: Blast to the Past Nickelodeon
Rachel Dratch's Late Night Snack 2016–present animated sequences TruTV
Brad Neely's Harg Nallin' Sclopio Peepio 2016 Adult Swim
Little Big Awesome 2016–present Amazon Studios
Son of Zorn 2016–2017 animation 20th Century Fox Television
Home: Adventures with Tip and Oh 2016–present DreamWorks Animation
Future-Worm! animation Disney XD
Comedy Crib 2016 intro, transitions, promos IFC
Hanazuki: Full of Treasures[16] 2017–present Hasbro Studios
The New V.I.P's 2017 pilot Amazon Video
Uncle Grandpa "More Director Shorts" Cartoon Network
Disjointed 2017–present animated sequences[17] Warner Bros. Television
Goldie and Bear season 2 Disney Junior
Big Mouth Netflix
Project Runway All Stars 2018 "Thrown for a Loop by Betty Boop" (animation) The Weinstein Company
Ballmastrz: 9009 Adult Swim
Moon Girl and Devil Dinosaur Marvel Animation
T.O.T.S.[18] 2019 Disney Junior

Feature films[edit]

Short films[edit]

Video games cinematics[edit]



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