Nerd Corps Entertainment

British-Canndaian company

Nerd Corps Entertainment is a Canadian computer-animation studio based in Vancouver, British Columbia. Nerd Corps has been world known for Slugterra television series. It airs on Disney XD in Canada and worldwide. [1] DHX Media bought the company for $57 million in December 24, 2014. [2] It became a Subsidiary of DHX Media.[3]

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Nerd Corps Entertainment is one of the largest children’s animation studios in North America. Founded by Asaph Fipke and Chuck Johnson in 2002. Nerd Corps has grown from a small operation working out of an apartment in downtown Vancouver to more than 400 artists and storytellers.


  • Slug-Terra (9 September 2012-Present) (Produced With Family Channel, Disney XD in Canada, Astral Media and distributed by Shout! Factory and Entertainment Eone)
  • Endangered Species (5 February 2012)(Jam Filled/Nerd Corps Entertainment)
  • Kate And Mim-Mim (Produced with FremantleMedia/Disney Junior Original)20 December 2014-2018
  • League Of Super Evil(14 March 2009)(Nerd Corps Entertainment/Cartoon Network Original)
  • Rated A For Awesome(12 April 2011)(Disney XD Original/Nerd Corps Entertainment/YTV/DHX)
  • Storm Hawks(26 May 2007)(Nerd Corps Entertainment/Cartoon Network Original)
  • Monster High(5 October 2013)(MGA Entertainment/Flying Bark Productions/Nerd Corps)
  • Max Steel(9 August 2013)(Nelvana/Nerd Corps Entertainment/Mattel Toys)
  • Hot Wheels Battle Force 5(29 August 2009)(Cartoon Network Original/Hot TV/Nerd Corps)
  • Dragon Booster(23 October 2004)(Jetix/Nerd Corps Entertainment/CineGroupe/Studiopolis)
  • ToddWorld(20 November 2004)(Discovery Kids Original/Taffy Entertainment/Mike Young Productions/HIT Entertainment/Telegael Teoranta/DQ Entertainment/Nerd Corps Entertainment)
  • The Story Hat(5 May 2002)(Nelvana/Doozer/Nerd Corps Entertainment)


  1. "Nerd Corps Entertainment Profile on T-Net".
  2. "Canada's DHX Media to Acquire Cartoon Maker Nerd Corps | Hollywood Reporter". Retrieved 2020-08-20.
  3. "DHX Media buys Vancouver animation studio Nerd Corps - CBC News". CBC. The Canadian Press. Dec 2, 2014 [Last Updated December 2, 2014].

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