Year-ender: Rising stars of Chinese animation
|One Hundred Thousand Bad Jokes II. [Photo/Mtime]|
One Hundred Thousand Bad Jokes II aims to make people laugh, compared to the more serious tone of Dahufa.
Gods and goddesses from both Chinese and foreign myths unite in the film, including Nyu Wa from China, Zeus from Greece and Odin from Northern Europe.
As a sequel to the 2013 animated film One Hundred Thousand Bad Jokes, the film is adapted from Han Wu's comedy series of the same name. The series became popular since it was released in 2010. It has many independent series as well, such as Gourd Brothers and Great Masters.
Receiving 7.4 points out of 10 on Douban, the film opened Aug 18 across China.