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New Heartwarming Pokemon Sun and Moon Ad Draws Unexpected Reaction

The Pokemon Company has just released a new promo video for the upcoming Pokemon Sun and Moon for the Nintendo 3DS. The advert focuses on a young Japanese boy named Shohei, who moves to Hawaii with her mom and finds new friends in spite of the language barrier, thanks to the universal appeal of the Pokemon franchise. You can watch the video below: It’s a very effective promo advert and one ...


New Carl’s Jr. Ad Features Rick and Morty

If you’re anxiously awaiting the return of Adult Swim’s Rick and Morty for its 3rd season, you may find temporary solace in the fact that the eponymous grandfather and grandson duo have recently graced TV screens via a new 30 second promo video for Carl’s Jr.. Series creators Dan Harmon and Justin Roiland personally had a hand in creating the spot, with help from creative agency 72andSunny ...


Aardman Produces New Ad for Maynards Discovery Patch

Award-winning studio Aardman Animations has recently produced a new high-profile TV ad for the range of fun-shaped fruit flavor jelly sweets, Maynards Discovery Patch. The ad is scheduled to air this spring. The advert focuses on a family of hedgehogs who are about to try their first taste of Maynards Discovery Patch, all the while exploring the questions on pack. The advert features the trade ...


Microsoft Releases New Anime-Inspired Ad for Internet Explorer

Microsoft has just released a new promo video for Internet Explorer, this time coming in the form of an anime-inspired take on their infamous browser. Dubbed “Internet Explorer 11: The Anime,” the animated short focuses on a girl named Inori Aizawa – the cute, blue-themed personification of Internet Explorer – as she tries to run away from a bunch of robots who are trying to ...


Aardman Animates New Otex Ad

Aardman has recently partnered with creative communications Agency Bray Leino in order to produce the newest TV ad campaign for Otex Ear Drops. The new ad features a more engaging, yet abstract approach to delivering a message, as opposed to Otex’s past attempts to deliver a message via direct, clinical methods. The new ad uses radio interference as an analogy for the problem of hearing ...

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