Nerd Corps Entertainment
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|Headquarters||Vancouver, British Columbia|
|Ken Faier President
Asaph Fipke C.E.O.
Chuck Johnson C.O.O.
Nerd Corps Entertainment Inc. (known as "DHX Studios Vancouver" since 2016) is a Canadian computer animation studio based in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, founded by former Mainframe Entertainment producers Asaph Fipke and Chuck Johnson in 2002.
The studio is best known for producing the animated series Slugterra and Storm Hawks and League of Super Evil. They are also known for producing and developing all aspects of their television properties in-house, including promotional materials and creative services for merchandising and licensing partners. On December 24, 2014, Canadian company DHX Media acquired Nerd Corps.As of 2016, it is now known as DHX Studios Vancouver.
- Dragon Booster (2004–2006)
- Storm Hawks (2007–2009)
- League of Super Evil (2009–2012)
- Hot Wheels Battle Force 5 (2009–2011)
- Rated A for Awesome (2011–2012)
- Slugterra (2012–present) (Co-produced with DHX Media for Family Chrgd)
- Monster High (2012–present) (Co-produced with Mattel)
- Max Steel (2013–present)
- Kate & Mim-Mim (2014–present) (Co-produced with FremantleMedia Kids and Family) appears on Disney Junior
- Slugterra: Ghoul from Beyond (2014) (Co-produced with Disney XD Canada)
- Slugterra: Return of the Elementals (2014) (Co-produced with DHX Media, Shout Factory, Screenvision and Cineplex)
- Blaze and the Monster Machines (2014–present)
- Slugterra: Slug Fu Showdown (2015) (Co-produced with DHX Media)
- Endangered Species (2015–present)
- Slugterra: Eastern Caverns (2015) (Co-produced with DHX Media and eOne Entertainment)
- The Deep (2015–present) (Co-produced with DHX Media and Technicolor SA)
- Rainbow Ruby (2016–present) (Co-produced with CJ E&M)
- "About". Nerd Corps Entertainment. Retrieved 28 December 2012.
- "Canada's DHX Media to Acquire Nerd Corps". Toonzone. Retrieved 3 December 2014.
- Beck, Jerry. "Shout Factory to Release "Slugterra" Theatrical Feature i | Animation Scoop". Blogs.indiewire.com. Retrieved 2015-06-04.
- "Showtimes". Cineplex.com. 2015-04-06. Retrieved 2015-06-04.
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