Blackpills Launches New Animation Studio for Adults

first_imgStay on target The Best Adult Animation Anthologies’Love, Death & Robots’ Animated Trailer Is a Raunchy Sci-Fi Wonderland If you’re looking for another way to watch dirty cartoons on your phone, this might be the app for you. Blackpills, an digital media company that produces original short scripted series for millennial adults, is teaming up with French animation company Bobby Prod to create a new animation studio specifically focused on adult animation. According to a pres release, the studio, called Bobbypills will create original animated shorts free from topic restrictions and network censorship.Blackpills distributes its content on its mobile app. Episodes of each series are about 10 minutes long and cover topics like pornography, sexuality, race, and politics. Basically, everything you aren’t supposed to talk about in polite company. The animated shows will continue this tradition, with Bobby Prod founder David Alric saying he wants to “push the limits of what adult content looks like.”“We’re obsessed with the shock factor that goes into our content; whether it’s about odd-looking animated characters speaking about very mature and controversial topics, acting in unexpected ways or very sexualized human bodies, like in our new show Crisis Jung,” Alric said. If you’re wondering what he means by that, here’s what a couple of the characters from Crisis Jung look like. Via Bobby ProdThere’s also a show called Super Fuck Friends, which based on the two images they sent over, looks kind of like Happy Tree Friends, but with sex instead of violence. Another called Vermins; pictured above appears to be a Cops parody with insects. Maybe that’ll be their more politically oriented series. Bobbypills will produce four to five new series each year, with the first expected to launch on Blackpills’ app in December 2017.Blackpills co-founder Patrick Holzman says, “The new partnership will allow for Blackpills to bring the same sense of humor and fearlessness to a new art form.” We’ll see exactly what these shows turn out to be this winter.last_img

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