13 Cartoons Like Epic (2013)

Epic is a computer-animated fantasy action-adventure film that was released in the United States in 2013. The film is loose adaptation of William Joyce’s children’s novel The Leaf Men and the Brave Good Bugs, which was published in 1996.

It was produced by Blue Sky Studios; the screenplay was written by William Joyce, James V. Hart, Daniel Shere, Tom J. Astle, and Matt Ember; and Chris Wedge, who helmed the animated films Ice Age (2002) and Robots, was the director of this film (2005).

After the adolescent Mary Katherine is shrunk and teleported to a tiny woodland kingdom inhabited by talking slugs, flower people, and tiny soldiers called Leafmen, she is swept up in a wild adventure between good and evil and, along with her new friends, must fight to protect the world that she never knew existed.

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