Skunk Fu Smells International Success

Skunk Fu, an new comedy adventure series Aidan Harte and Hyun Ho Khang, has begun to spread on the world’s airwaves. The series, which was animated by Ireland’s Cartoon Saloon, started airing on BBC earlier this month, and it has been sold in 22 countries, including Australia (ABC), Ireland (TG4), Germany (Super RTL) and France, where it plays on Canal J. Note to all you hip hop fans – the show’s theme was written and performed by Ghost Face from the Wu Tang Clan.

The series is a co-production between Cartoon Saloon, HLT Production and Telegael.


  1. Gene Fowler July 31, 2007


    Good on ya boys. A great show.

  2. Noor Mohammed August 9, 2007

    Its soooooo noce.

  3. Skunk Fu! is like the all new! cartoon on cartoonnetwork 1 more thing I HATE IT!……………………………………………………………………CAUSE I REALLY DONT ITS THE NEW BEST SHOW EVER!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  4. I Love Skunk Fu! So much. Because It Cute and very funny and also ACTION!!!!!. I Wish They Can Make Skunk Fu! For the video game. And TOYS!. I’M The Guy who LOVES Skunk fu!.Think You

  5. I would like to send the creators of SKUNKFU! a new character that I have made up. I am an 8 year old boy who loves your show, and I would like to see my character on one of your episodes, I do not have a scanner but I would like to send my drawing to the creators or director to know what he thinks where can I send it????

    P.S. I also learned all of my karate moves from Skunk and use those moves in my karate classes 3 times a week. And I want to battle him, with my character or me!!!

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