2D Animation.Duration : 22 Minutes; 26 Episodes (2 seasons).Target audience : Children 8-15 years old.Epic adventure story presented in the contemporary story-telling and animation style.
Two baby boys saved from the rubbles of a destroyed city by silat master Pendekar Putat grew up very different from each other seventeen years later.
Articulate and avid reader Samad hates violence and canít even hold up a punch right.
Wira, on the other hand, through determination and practice, has become the youngest ever silat master trained by Pendekar Putat.
When Pendekar Putat commanded Wira and Samad to go on an adventure together, the quarrelsome brothers have no other options. Up against the elements, the two brothers learn to cast aside their differences and cooperate in order to survive the hostile jungle.
On their adventure, Wira and Samad accidentally cross a gang of robbers and mistakenly chase down by an angry native tribe. As they make their escape, the two siblings also bump into strange beings from Malaysian and South East Asianís folklores such as Sang Kelembai, oversized tiger Rimau Berantai, the man-eating boulder Batu Belah and strongman Badang, among others.
With their brotherhood tested, will Wira and Samad discover their true destiny as promised by Pendekar Putat before they embark on this adventure?
Target Audience : Age 6-12
Format : Animated series 11 min x 52 Episode
Medium : 2D Animation
Genre : Comedy, Adventure & Action
"Supers without powers...mission to rescue, to be rescued"
Zero Hero is about how an old man with his odd pair; a Tapir, and his granddaughter wanting to become a superhero.
Tok is an ex-military scientist who lives with a witty tapir. But Tok and Tapir is indeed an odd pair. Tok is always confident, enthusiastic and excited about things. However, due to his age, Tok is limited physically. Tapir doesn’t say a word, but he is uncertain most of the time and hilariously clumsy in his every action.
Bored with routine life, Tok & Tapir plan of becoming superheroes. Realizing that they don’t have any special abilities, Tok and Tapir decided to start small-time by solving problems and keeping peace in their city. But neither Tok nor Tapir has been a superhero before and in their effort as ‘T-1’ and ‘T-2’ to keep things in order, they create chaos instead!
Only Nat, Tok’s eight year old granddaughter knows of the duo’s secret identity. Nat is technology-savvy, and her smart-thinking often saves the day from the mayhem that Tok and Tapir leave behind.
At school, Nat and her best buddy Timmy are often bullied by bigger kids. So Tok builds her Haroone, a bodyguard robot which can be transformed into any desired item. The problem is, occasionally, the cables and wires in Haroone get short-circuited, causing the robot to act crazy and unpredictable.
Tok and Tapir’s attempt to keep their city peaceful is often marred by attention-seeking glamour boy Fabio, a modeling photographer who is determined to reveal the true identity of Tok & Tapir. Every time, his attempt is failed by Nat with Haroone’s assistance.
Other characters also add more colour to the story. There’s Tok’s neighbour sporty Nanny Sally, Nat’s shy friend, Timmy and his single waitress mother, Mimie, whom both Tok and Fabio have the hearts for.
Will Tok & Tapir be able to save the day, and can this old man win the heart of his dream woman while doing so?