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Asaph "Ace" Fipke was the VP of Creative Development for ReBoot.
After launching his career in computer animation more than a decade ago at ground-breaking CG animation studio Mainframe Entertainment, Fipke quickly solidified his position as one of the true visionaries in an emerging art form. Starting as Executive Creative on season two of the Emmy Award-winning series "Transformers: Beast Wars", and Creative Producer on "Transformers: Beast Machines" (both for Hasbro Entertainment), he soon moved into the role of VP of Creative Development, where he was responsible for the development of visual styles, scripts and direction for Mainframe's television and feature length projects, as well as spearheading the acquisition new entertainment properties. Fipke was responsible for all development of new digital properties and worked closely with Mainframe's partners and Dan DiDio to assure a smooth creative process.
As Senior Vice President of Development and Production, Fipke continued his creative development duties and oversaw all aspects of production for the studio, including Mainframe's flagship series 'ReBoot', as well as "Action Man" for Hasbro, "Heavy Gear" and "Max Steel" for Sony Pictures, and the first-ever animated Barbie movie for Mattel, "Barbie in the Nutcracker".
In 2002, Fipke founded 'Nerd Corps Entertainment' and is currently its C.E.O. With several hundred episodes of animated television to his credit, Nerd Corps' Supreme Commander, Asaph "Ace" Fipke has established himself as one of North America’s top computer-generated (CG) animation producers. With a rare blend of expertise in the creation, production and financing of animated television and feature length productions, Fipke spearheads the overall galactic strategy of Nerd Corps Entertainment. Along with co-founder, Chuck Johnson, he assembled a team of the most talented "nerds" in the industry, and produced 39-episodes of The Story Hat's/Alliance Atlantis' "Dragon Booster", which won a 2005 Gemini for Best Animated Series. As the creative visionary of Nerd Corps, Fipke has created two original comedy/action television properties, "Storm Hawks" and "Teem Awethum!!!!", both targeted for delivery in 2006.
He's presently learning the Klingon language within his free time.