Julius Preite – the legendary lead artist for The Simpsons, Family Guy, Bob’s Burgers and Futurama – has just announced a new NFT animated series. The series, called The Lunartics, comes alongside Lunartics NFTs, which will be available for minting from April 19.
About The Lunartics NFT Collection
Created by Julius Preite (Simpsons, Family Guy) and writer/producer Dan E. Fesman (King of Queens, NCIS), The Lunartics is an exciting new NFT collection and animated series. According to the official website, the Lunartics are “armed with tiny bodies and even tinier minds”. The series will feature their “desperate attempts to Moon It since 1969 when Neil Armstrong unwittingly ripped them away from their home.”
Each season will launch a new series of animated videos of the Lunartics’ mission to the moon. NFT holders can vote on upcoming missions and shape the future of the series. Moreover, their character can appear in future episodes, and they can access a community of industry insiders, creators and animators.
What we know so far
The Lunartics NFTs will be available on SuperFarm and will be minted as ERC-721A tokens. Each NFT costs 0.08 ETH plus gas fees.
The whitelist sale will start on April 19th for 24 hours. You can mint a maximum of 2 Lunartics NFTs from your whitelisted wallet during these 24 hours. Minting will open for the public the next day, with a maximum of 5 NFTs allowed per transaction.
After the public sale, the team will release the first episode of The Lunartics animated series. Following the release of the episode, NFT holders can write a back story for their character. The Web3 cartoon’s team can even pick up NFT holders’ stories for future episodes. Finally, the team will launch its community of creators, enthusiasts, animators and industry insiders.
The Lunartics is the latest in the line of Web3 cartoons with NFT collections. Recently, comedy experts Dave Ihlenfeld and David Wright announced the professional wrestling-inspired “The Gimmicks”.