Trail Blazer Studios, LLC is a mass media, entertainment, and production company owned by Trailblazer101. The company was founded on June 1st, 2017, as Imagination Studios, but was renamed to its current name on August 23rd, 2017. Trail Blazer Studios centers on the development and distribution of several unique and original intellectual properties made through their products, which consist of various live-action and animated films and television series, with some of their properties traditionally intended to spawn seperate media franchises, while others remain largely standalone. Some of the company's notable franchises include The LEGO Blazer Movie franchise, the Arthurian Universe, the Realms of Onlovile franchise, the Wikia Cinematic Universe, and the Ultimate Ultimate Adventure Universe, in addition to the company's standalone properties, which primarily consist of the films Blitz, Crimson City, Imagination Spike, and Surge, the TV series Cloud Man, Doctor Trail, Red Defender, The Adventures of Lord Darkvolt, and Under Arrest, and the company's product presentation event and TV series Trail Blazer Experience.
Trail Blazer Studios also owns the divisions Trail Blazer Parks and Resorts, which is centered on the construction and maintenance of LMMCU Land attractions including amusement parks and public resorts centered on the company's properties, Blazing Publishers, which is centered on the creation and publishing of novels and comic book series, and Imagination Entertainment, which is centered on the development and distribution of unrealistic and adapted intellectual properties, and the subsidiary Nostalgic Games, which is centered on the development and publishing of interactive video games, apps, consoles, and services. These companies are used to house more properties under Trail Blazer Studios, which are often works associated with other forms of media different from the companies' main films and TV series, while also working closely with their divisions and subsidiary for some of their properties, with some adapting from the company's properties.
The company also collaborates with other LMMCU-based companies for some of their properties, including Solar Studios for the Ultimate Ultimate Adventure Universe TV series The Trail Blazer Adventures and its' crossover with Miles and the Virusverse, The Ultimate Adventure of Trail and Miles, which is developed with Marty McCorps, while collaborations with three other companies are also being planned. The company has also been involved in other collaborations, however, these have since been terminated for various reasons. Trail Blazer Studios has also made several property transactions with other companies to acquire or transfer properties to and out of the company for franchises, and standalone and collaborative properties.
List of Products
- Crimson City
- Gawain and the Green Knight
- Imagination Drain
- Imagination Spike
- The Fall of Arthur
- The Fall of Arthur: The Dark Age
- Untitled science fiction thriller film
- Untitled third The Fall of Arthur film
- Untitled third The Fall of Arthur spin-off film
- Green Life
- Shade: King of Atlantis
- SkylanderLord: Press Start
- SpellCast: Forgotten World
- The Brick Resistance
- The LEGO Blazer Movie
- The LEGO Blazer Movie 2: Broken Dimensions
- The LEGO Blazer Movie 3
- The LEGO Shado Movie
- The LMMCU
- The Long Trail
- Time to GameTime!
- Untitled The LMMCU sequel
- Untitled AnthonyM film
- Untitled The LEGO Shado Movie sequel
- Untitled Trigger Happy the Gremlin film
- Wikiverse Warriors
- Cyber Raiders
- Under Arrest
- Untitled I.R.S.S. spin-off TV series
- Untitled science fiction thriller TV series
- Cloud Man
- Doctor Trail
- Red Defender
- Shade the Apprentice
- The Adventures of Lord Darkvolt
- The LEGO LMMCU Show
- The Trail Blazer Adventures (collaboration with Solar Studios)
- The Ultimate Adventure of Trail and Miles (collaboration with Marty McCorps and Solar Studios)
- Trail Blazer Experience
- Untitled post-apocalyptic TV series
- Untitled SpellCast spin-off prequel TV series
- BlazeBox (developed with Nostalgic Games)
- Blaze Oblong (developed with Nostalgic Games)
- Firestar (developed with Nostalgic Games)
- Nostalgic Network (developed with Nostalgic Games)
- The Trail House Resort (managed by Trail Blazer Parks and Resorts)
- Trail Blazer Universe (managed by Trail Blazer Parks and Resorts)
- Trail Blazer Studios was originally founded as Imagination Studios, but was chosen to be renamed on August 23rd, 2017, to Trail Blazer Studios as Trail decided the name was more suitable for the company.
- The Imagination Studios name was an influence for the name of Trail's independent production division Imagination Entertainment, which centers on the development of unrealistic and adapted intellectual property content. On October 17th, 2019, Imagination Entertainment was transferred as a division of Trail Blazer Studios after Trail cut-off its previous independent division Inferno Indie Studios.
- Trail Blazer Studios has housed several projects, including films, TV series, and video games, that have since been transferred to other companies or vise-versa, has acquired or reacquired properties from other companies through transactions, often to benefit Trail's interests and creative ideas. These projects include:
- The video games LEGO Multiverse, Rift Masters, Sherlock: The Game Is On, and The LEGO Batman Movie Video Game, which were continued from Trail Blazer Studios' time as Imagination Studios and were transferred to the companies' gaming subsidiary, Nostalgic Games, after it was founded on February 20th, 2018.
- The film Bullseye, which was given to Shatara Studios on December 20th, 2018, in exchange for Trail Blazer Studios acquiring The Clone Masters, Gallick, Arrowsmith, Mister Doctor, and High Roads. High Roads was sold to iNinjago Studios on December 21st, 2018, but was canceled on March 23rd, 2019, while Gallick was transferred to Navstar Productions on December 29th, 2018, where it will be redeveloped. The other projects that Trail Blazer Studios acquired have remained canceled until further notice.
- The films Blazer and The Legend of Sigurd and Gudrún, and the TV series Infinity, Savage Island, and Silver Mirror Ninja, which were transferred to the companies' independent production division, Inferno Indie Studios, after it was founded on August 7th, 2019. On October 10th, 2019, Trail cut-off Inferno Indie Studios due to it being a conflict of interest, with a majority of its projects being canceled, while Blazer was given to Shatara Studios and Infinity was transferred to Imagination Entertainment, where both continued development. On October 18th, 2019, The Legend of Sigurd and Gudrún was also transferred to Imagination Entertainment.
- The film The LMMCU and other films in the Wikia Cinematic Universe, which were acquired from iNinjago Studios on August 29th, 2019. Additional films were added to the franchise following Trail Blazer Studios' acquisition of it, with Trail taking over as the sole helmer of the franchise.
- The TV series Spider-Man Noir, which was transferred on September 23rd, 2019 to Trail's independent production company, Imagination Entertainment, after it was founded on September 7th, 2019, and the film The LEGO Dimensions Movie, which Trail reacquired on October 1st, 2019 from MilesRS677 after previously housing it at Trail Blazer Studios before initially giving it away. However, on October 10th, 2019, Trail had canceled the film.
- The film Imagination Spike and its' sequel Imagination Drain, which were co-produced with UnkleShane and his company Shane Studios until he was removed as a co-writer for the films on August 1st, 2019 over creative differences, and were chosen to be redeveloped as solo projects on September 30th, 2019. However, on October 8th, 2019, the films were given to Shane Studios, where they were intended to be redeveloped, while a standalone TV series, Cyber Raiders, was announced to be in development at Trail Blazer Studios that same day, and will feature the Cyber Raiders team under a new conception. On October 14th, 2019, Trail reacquired the films and continued to redevelop them with more original content, while also reusing concepts he had created for Cyber Raiders, which was repositioned as a spin-off of the film.
- The films Surge, Fury, and an untitled superhero film, which were co-produced with MilesRS677 and his company Marty McCorps until Trail gave the films to Miles on October 10th, 2019. However, on October 19th, 2019, Trail chose to continue developing Surge as a standalone film.
- The film The LMMCU Project, which was redeveloped as a comic book series on October 16th, 2019, and was transferred to Blazing Publishers.