Atomic Cartoons is a Canadian animation company founded in 1999 by Trevor Bentley, Mauro Casalese, Rob Simmons and Rob Davies.
On July 8, 2015, Atomic Cartoons was acquired by Canadian production company Thunderbird Films.
- Atomic Betty
- Captain Flamingo
- Click and Clack's As the Wrench Turns
- Crash: Mind over Mutant (cutscenes)
- Crash of the Titans (shadow puppets intro movie)
- Milo's Bug Quest (character, prop and background designs, and storyboards)
- Rocket Monkeys
- Spider-Man Unlimited
- World of Quest
- Johnny Test
- Transformers: Rescue Bots (season 1)
- Ella the Elephant
- Angry Birds Toons (episodes 45–present)
- Mixels (season 1 & Mixel Moon Madness!)
- Little Charmers
- Max & Ruby (season 6)
- Pirate Express
- Nico Can Dance!
- Winston Steinberger & Sir Dudley Ding Dong
- Counterfeit Cat
- Five Alarm Clock 'Robot' (music video)
- Mariachi Zombie
- Captain Cornelius’ Cartoon Lagoon
- Beat Bugs
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