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Roc's Small Team is a cartoon animated children's group of superhero artist that was inspired by the Roxborough YMCA's camping groups Camp Explorers and Camp Small Feet.

The group was created by Roc and is managed by The Malik School of Arts, the group consist of cartoon animated teenagers: Dolly T. Dollivan, Teresa Dollivan and many more.  Roc's Small Team Skits were created and released in August 2016. 

A animated/live-action film adaptation is in production at Malik Homiversity and is scheduled for a September 3rd, 2021 release.

Roc's Small Team

Writer


Creation month


Release


Company

Roc.


March 2016.


June 2016.



The Malik School of Arts.

By: Roc.

March 19th, 2016. 

InspirationEdit

In August 2015, I went to the YMCA in Roxborough Philadelphia Pennsylvania and I went on the camp's elevator to the Studio B room which is located upstairs.

In the studio at lunch, I met a group of campers: Camp Explorers children named Megan, Nicholas and Olivia, during the adventure, he met other campers named Kay, Kay, Madison and Symphony and Cameron.

After I watched the children swim I went to the YMCA courtyard where I participated in numerous activities with children in the courtyard, the activities I played were well known sports, basketball and football in my wheelchair with my best friend Megan.

In January 2016, I had been inspired by Camp Explorers and Camp Small Feet to create a superhero artist program titled Roxborough Roc's Small Team, the alternate YMCA camp located in Philadelphia Pennsylvania in Roxborough.

I created cartoon characters friends of mine under the names Dolly T. Dollivan, Ted Phivolle and Philonous Phillip Dre (nicknamed Phil), they were inspired by the campers: Megan, Olivia and Nicholas.

By November 2016, I turned my Dolly T. Dollivan into a human cartoon character with a personality of human emotion and lifelike human skills and I created a sister for her by the name of Teresa Dollivan (who was figurized from Maya Le Clark), the Nickelodeon television show the Thundermans.

In June of 2017, I turned my cartoon character friends into cartoon character teenagers and continued my artwork and I also drew a new set of Roc's Small Teamers by the names of Jimari and Lamaya (teenaged twin girls) aged 14 and 13 years of age, the newcomers of the Roxborough Roc's Small Team superhero program which is located in my drawings.

By: Abdur-Razzaq Abdul-Malik.

July 7th, 2018.

Later  lifeEdit

During September, October and December 2017, three Roc's Small Team tours were released in Philadelphia Pennsylvania, titled The Roc's Small Team Tour, The Roc's Small Team Tour-aweened, these were followed by Roc's Small Team: Towned (a 2 part Christmas tour), they were launched by Roc's Small Team Industries and produced by Abdur Razzaq Abdul-Malik.

On December 18th, 2017, Roc's Small Team appeared on the Google Draw website in a holiday greetings poster featuring Dolly and Teresa Dollivan. 

By: Roc.

December 30th, 2017.

See alsoEdit

https://6374641.wixsite.com/rocssmallteam.

By: Roc.

December 30th, 2017.

Stand-alone film adaptation (2021)Edit

Main article: Roc's Small Team (film)/Roxborough R.S.T..

On October 31st, 2018, it was announced that a animated/live-action film adaptation is in production at Malik Homiversity and slated for a September 3rd, 2021 release.

It is animated in Philadelphia Pennsylvania with the screenplay written by Abdur Razzaq Abdul-Malik and Malik Homiversity producing. Unlike the artwork, the film is expected to follow the characters as adults. Jimari and Lamaya are also confirmed to be characters in the film.

By: Abdur-Razzaq Abdul-Malik.

November 3rd, 2018.