Anointed Fighters: Tommy and the Real Enemy

DVD Release: November 20, 2013
Anointed Fighters: Tommy and the Real Enemy
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Synopsis

In this pilot episode, Tommy Truinski is a good kid with a problem: Bullies. After a prayer by his Grandmother opens his eyes to the spiritual world around him, Tommy must learn who his real enemy is, as well as how to defeat it using the greatest weapon against evil in the world. A new cartoon series that is both fun yet teaches deep spiritual truths, “Anointed Fighters” is sure to appeal to all ages. Plus it has Kung Fu…

Dove Review

This is the first of a new series called “Anointed Fighters”. In this first episode Tommy has some problems with some boys at school but little does he understand that there is a bigger enemy in his world. With the help from the “Master” he learns how to fight the evil around him through faith, hope and, most importantly, love. Tommy cannot fight alone–he has to be willing to ask God for help and have faith that He will show him the way to fight the demons in the world.

This is a short animated show that will teach everyone valuable lessons of faith, hope and love through God to fight the evil in the world today. We are proud to award this show the Dove “Family- Approved” Seal for all ages.

Content Description

Sex: None
Language: Name calling.
Violence: Bullying.
Drugs: None
Nudity: None
Other: Evil looking people.

Info

Company: Wanderlust Productions
Director: Matt Bilen
Genre: Animated
Runtime: 22 min.
Industry Rating: Not Rated
Reviewer: Donna Rolfe