About Three Delivery
Three Delivery is an animated series shown on Nicktoons Network. It was manufactured as a collaboration along with FatKat Studios and Animation Collective.
The animated series revolves on the employees of the Wu’s Garden – a Chinese restaurant in Chinatown: Calvin Wu, his mother named Mei Hua (commonly called as Nana), the son of Calvin, Barney, as well as the three delivery kids Tobey, Sid, and Sue, who have much to do than delivering takeout throughout Chinatown.
For many years ago, Kong Li released the powers of the enchanted cookbook. The pages that include magical and powerful recipes were spread all around Chinatown. A spell was placed on the region by Mei Hua to maintain the worst impacts confined to Chinatown and to safeguard the rest of the universe. Nana and the Three Delivery team are on a journey to get the powerful and enchanted recipe sheets before Kong Li does, and jeopardizes the globe.
The title of the series is considered a crafty pun on the facts that the three kids deliver takeout to Muggles as well as the enchanted cookbook pages to Nana, and that Barney, their cook is overly thrilled about the truth that Wu’s Restaurant offers free delivery.
The animated series was developed by Larry Schwarz who also is the man behind the same series like the Kappy Mikey and Speed Racer: The Next Generation. The show debuted on Nicktoons on June 27, 2008. What’s more, an episode of the animated series was first displayed at the New York Comic Con 2008 on April 19. On February same year, it was broadcasted in the United Kingdom on CVVC and Mexico at Once TV.
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is a Canadian-American animated television series inspired by kung-fu movies. It was created by Larry Schwarz, who also created similar series, Kappa Mikey and Speed Racer: The Next Generation. It is a collaboration between Animation Collective in Manhattan, New York and the now-defunct Fatkat in Miramichi, New Brunswick as their last project. The show premiered on Nicktoons in the United States, and YTV in Canada on June 27, 2008. An episode of Three Delivery was first shown at the New York Comic Con 2008, on April 19, 2008. The show was broadcast CBBC in the UK having begun on February 21, 2009 and on Once TV in Mexico.
First of all, let me start off by saying that I am a HUGE fan of the creator’s other show “Kappa Mikey” which is how I came to know this. Oh boy did I instantly fall in love with Three Delivery! Watching Nicktoons Network as a kid back in 2006 – 2009 was genuinely one of the best times of my life (so much so that I’m getting nostalgic just by writing this). Tragically it was canceled rather abruptly, more or less before it’s prime and after only one season. Not to mention TD is also rather unjustly obscure to say the least. I’m even surprised that nobody has reviewed this before and it has only 90 votes on here. I wish more people knew about it though, this gem definitely deserves some more recognition!
The characters are all likable, the surreal plot is well-written (especially for a cartoon) and it has supernatural undertones, plus possesses a certain charm that a lot of kid’s shows nowadays are seriously missing. Oh and not only is it funny, but TD has a awesome main theme too, just like Kappa Mikey does. If only they would have given Three Delivery another season… The finale of season 1 surpassed my expectations but it would have been cool if they delved more into the background of the characters Hopefully I can own both shows on DVD sometime in the future. This is probably one of the MOST CRIMINALLY UNDERRATED and under-appreciated cartoons I’ve ever seen that is just simply begging for an official DVD or Blu Ray release to say the least.