The show follows the story of Mombou. A cute, ball-sized furry monster from outer space that gets adopted into a human family after crashing his pod on planet earth. Mombou quickly grew to be 9 feet tall, but overwhelming feelings make him shrink again. The way his mind works is inspired by kids with Asperger’s Syndrome. Mombou has to learn how to be a better monster and understand how human life works. But will Earth be friendly for him too?

“My Brother The Monster” is a character-driven series about friendship and human relationships that inspire to be a better person. It touches on themes like the environment, science, music, and sports. Unique characters with singular virtues will connect with each other regardless of their differences. Each one of them with something to teach and learn from Mombou.


Genre: Comedy slice of life / Fantasy
Development Phase: Pre-Production
Demographic: 6-8 Year old kids and family
Duration: 26 x 11 min (Season 1)
Alternate duration: 13 x 22 min (Season 1)



Ernesto Molina

Series Creator

Winner for Cartoon Network open call with the show What the Quest is this. And finalist for the Ideatoon 2015 and 2016 competitions held in Cuernavaca Morelos.

Joe Alanís

Executive Producer

With over 11 years of experience in the animation field he currently oversees the creative and technical development of Animated Series in Gasolina Studios

Rob Corbett

Story Consultant

Rob holds an MFA in Creative Writing from the University of British Columbia and teaches scriptwriting and Acting at Sheridan, Seneca, and Humber


Norma Alanís

Production Designer

She lends her many artistic talents and oversees the creative and visual development for the series and everything around Gasolina Studios.

Daniel Beltrán

Technical Art Director

Majored in Digital Art and Animation with experience in CG production. In this project, he's in charge of making 3D objects look like 2D.

George Xoulogis

Music Composer

MA in Film Scoring from SMKS-Denmark, Bachelor and MA of Music in Musicology from Aristotle University of Thessaloniki.






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