Seung-Eun Kim (Korean: 김승은) is a Korean-born American artist, director and animator. He is a three-time Emmy nominee, and three-time Annie Award nominee. Kim has worked in animation since 1996. Highlights of his career include: "Godzilla animation, story board/clean-up artist, 1997" "Starship Troopers, story board artist, 1998" "Jackie Chan Adventures, story board artist and director, 1998" "The Spider-Man, director, 2000" "The Batman TV Series, director, 2003-2005, nominated for two Annie Awards and Three-times Emmy for best animated television production" "The Boondocks, supervising director, 2005-2008."Kim has also directed/animated the main titles of: Godzilla cartoon, 1997 Jackie Chan Adventures, 1998 Kim's talents extend far beyond animation. He has done award-winning work in sculpture and comic book art, most notably work on the Hellboy: Weird Tales comic. Most recently he worked on the television show The Boondocks, where his directing credits include the following episodes:
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