The second theatrical installment in Light Chaser Animation's Chinese mythology-inspired ‘New Gods’ animated fantasy series follows Yang Jian as he fights to stop his nephew from finding a powerful, dangerous artifact that can release catastrophic destruction.
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Light Chaser’s second animated feature in their ‘New Gods’ series, hitting U.S. theaters January 20, aims to make Chinese mythology more engaging for young audiences, humanizing and contemporizing deities that have dominated folklore for centuries.
Light Chaser Animation’s 2nd installment of the ‘New Gods’ franchise, inspired by Chinese mythology, comes to theaters nationwide January 20.
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