The American animation company that brought you Bob's Burgers is none other than Bento Box Entertainment, founded in 2009 by Scott Greenberg, Joel Kuwahara and Mark McJimsey.
So what's the alternate universe idea we can imagine about the studio? Well, let's imagine if it would've be founded in 1967, starting as an animation studio that specialized in hand-drawn animation, before expanding into a whole animation studio and media company with movies and television series they produce in all genres.
Here're the changes:
- 1 List of changes
- 2 Information
- 3 History
- 4 Productions
- 5 Cancelled projects
- 6 Other media
- 7 Logo history
- 8 Trivia
- 9 Poll
List of changes
- Bento Box Entertainment would've have been originally known as Rose Brothers, LLC (1967-1972), then Rose Studios (1972-1984), then Rose Entertainment (1984-1992), then Bento Box Media (1992-2000), and then Bento Box Enterprises (2000-2004).
- Bento Box Entertainment would have its original founders named Brandon Rose, Dominic Rose, William Rose and Stephanie Rose (not real people, just made up).
- Scott Greenberg, Joel Kuwahara and Mark McJimsey would've took over the company in 2009.
- Bento Box Entertainment would've have been started as an animation studio that specialized in hand-drawn animation before expanding into a whole animation studio and media company.
- Bento Box Entertainment would've had it's video game division formed in 1992.
- Bento Box Entertainment would've had it's Japanese animation studio named Silver Angel Productions.
Bento Box Entertainment is an American animation studio and also a media company founded in 1967 by Brandon Rose, Dominic Rose, William Rose and Stephanie Rose. It is located in North Hollywood, California. It is a subsidiary of Fox Corporation and operates under the Fox Entertainment division.
Bento Box Entertainment was established in 1967 as Rose Brothers, LLC by Brandon Rose, Dominic Rose, William Rose and Stephanie Rose as an animation studio that specialised in hand-drawn animation.
- Penguins of the North (1973)
- Nation of War (1984)
- The 4AM Club (1992)
- The Glove and Boots Movie (1996)
- Glove and Boots (1985-1990)
- Bob's Burgers (2011-present)
- Alien News Desk (2019-present)
- Lazor Wulf (2019-present)
What if Bento Box Entertainment was founded in 1967?/Poll