Content production company Studio Liddell is partnering with Fun Crew, looking to bring its Spooky Skaters property to life for TV, online and gaming.
Spooky Skaters is based on an original idea by husband and wife team Angela Salt and Stuart Harrison at Fun Crew.
The original concept exists as 2D drawn cartoons, which are featured in DC Thomson's Dandy Xtreme magazine, while it has also been turned into two children's books.
Studio Liddell is now looking to bring the property to life in 3D animation for TV, online and gaming platforms, targeting the six to 11 year-old age group.
"Already a popular comic strip, this property has the potential to grow into a hit TV series," said Ian Liddell, director of Studio Liddell. "In addition, Spooky Skaters has been designed as a full 360 degree proposition with additional online and gaming properties to bolster the IP.
"It's a very attractive concept and we feel it will appeal to a wide audience - we will be looking for a broadcaster that shares our vision for Spooky Skaters."