Portland cartoonist Matt Bors is in development on his own animated series, Deadline reports.

The show will be called The Nib. Uncoincidentally, that's also the name of the political cartoon website Bors recently relaunched with journalism startup First Look Media, showcasing political cartoons from artists like Tom Tomorrow, Jen Sorenson and Matt Lubchansky.

Details are slim at the moment, but the Pulitzer-shortlisted political cartoonist will be teaming up with Dan Powell, co-creater of the Comedy Central show Inside Amy Schumer. That show just picked up an Emmy award for best sketch comedy series—beating out Key and Peele, SNL and Portlandia.

Bors says that the show—likely to be a short-form online series—will offer "everything you've come to expect on The Nib, but animated."

To give you an idea what that entails, the website currently features an epic battle between Donald Trump and an avenging uterus, an American soldier who despises "all life on earth except my white daughter," and a bizarro-world Hillary Clinton tweeting out Nazi frog memes.

Excerpted from Matt Bors’ most recent strip
Excerpted from Matt Bors’ most recent strip

The Nib animated series will bring in in a number of artists and writers from Bors' site, as well as his own work.

"There will be a lot of different Nib contributors making appearances, along with new artists and new writers," Bors tells WW. "And of course, my work will be a regular part of the series as well."