Bro'Town Annual (featuring Lucy Lawless)
bro'Town - cool, irreverent, subversive and funny - burst onto New Zealand television screens in September 2004. It is New Zealand's first-ever prime-time adult animated series and it rated its socks off for TV3. There will be a second series screening in September 2005 - and The bro'Town Annual is scheduled to coincide with it.
Hugely popular across the board with kids, teenagers, young adults and in fact anyone who enjoys non-PC satire - bro'Town focuses on five teenagers growing up in suburban Auckland. Based on the fearless comic genius of the multi-talented Naked Samoans theatre group, bro'Town's primary aim is to make people laugh - but the series also seeks to foster tolerance by confronting delicate issues like racism and violence, with the writers' unique brand of home-grown humour. Heralded as 'The Simpsons of the South Pacific', bro'Town has been celebrated by the media and embraced as a true representation of multicultural New Zealand. The bro'Town Annual contains a wide variety of material to entertain fans of the series, including: background information on the series, a map of Morningside, character profiles, three episodes in cartoon-book format, the animation process, funny out-takes, games, bro'Town in the real world, stickers plus much more. New Zealand celebrities featured in the series make comments in the Annual about their connections with the show, including Prime Minister Helen Clark, John Campbell, Lucy Lawless and more!
ublisher: Random House New Zealand Ltd
Dimensions: 24.0 x 197.0 x 1.0 centimeters (0.37 kg)