Monday, August 22

Fantasy Kingdom of #Bottersnikes & Gumbles are now on #Netflix #Spon

I am a huge fantasy nerd. I grew up on Jim Henson, J.R. Tolkien and Brian Froud Art. I share that love with my family now. So when I come across series on Netflix like Bottersnikes & Gumbles that have great animation, catchy tunes soon as the show starts, and is funny with positive life lessons, I want to share that with my family, and friends. I really enjoy the detail to these characters personalities, and the artwork on this series. They are based on childrens books that were published between 1967 - 89! The detail of the characters from the Books, are definitely shown in detail in the series too.

Tink is hilarious to me. His personality reminds me of my Son, who wants to do everything himself, and only his ideas, but is learning that you have to listen to others, and play together. My son also reminds me of Glob. Glob, and Tink are so much a like even though physical appearance they are different. You really need to check this series out. It's playful, and just overall a blast to watch the high energy Gumbles, and the oh, so serious, Botternikes.




"Bottersnikes & Gumbles" was released on Netflix this month.  There are 26 episodes.  This show is currently on the Seven Network in Australia and on CBBC in the UK. The "Bottersnikes & Gumbles" series is based in a fantasy kingdom of rusting junk and abandoned things from the human world. This series is based on a beloved series of children's books.



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This review was made possible by iConnect and Bottersnikes & Gumbles. I was provided compensation to facilitate this post, but all opinions stated are 100% mine.

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