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Phuuz entertainment is a company based in Universal City, California that develops content for various forms of media, including television, theaters, the internet, mobile devices, and video games. The president of the company is former Warner Bros. Animation executive Ken Duer. Other company heads include animation artist and producer Eric Radomski, and former Film Roman and manager Jay Francis.

The company has undergone a few name changes and re-incorporations. It originally started as Fuse Entertainment, Inc., then later changed its name to phuuz entertainment inc. or sometimes Media Concepts. phuuz has worked with Warner Bros. Animation, Warner Bros. Home Video, TV Asahi, Toei Animation, Banpresto, Seoul Movie, TMS Entertainment, MTV, Film Roman, C2 Pictures, Geneon Entertainment USA, Mutant Enemy Productions, 20th Century Fox Television, Paramount Home Entertainment, Kids' WB, and Cartoon Network.

Their English dub of the anime series was made and aired in 2002, but is considered lost as of today.


ADR Production[]

  • Crayon Shin-chan - Second English dub, only aired in Europe (excluding Spain), Brazil and Latin America
  • Doraemon - 1979 series
  • Lupin the 3rd - 1978 series, first 104 episodes
  • Lupin the 3rd: The Secret of Mamo
  • Lupin the 3rd: Treasure of the Sorcerer King
  • Bobobo-bo Bo-bobo
  • Viewtiful Joe

ADR consulting[]

  • Noein - To Your Other Self - For Media Concepts

Distribution consulting[]

  • Minimax
  • TMS - For North American and European markets.

Logo creation[]

  • Bandai Entertainment

Production consulting[]

  • Sprite Entertainment
  • Zoom Kitty

Supervising production[]

  • Xiaolin Showdown - by Eric Radomski
  • Toei Animation - Promotions.
  • Toy Warrior

Sales representative[]

  • Elysium


  • The re-recording mixer of the Phuuz English dub of Crayon Shin-chan was "Thanos" Kazakos, a reference to one of the infamous villains of the Marvel universe.