Issue No. 286
Spinning a Stunning Web
Sony Pictures Animation’s Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse delivers a fantastic-looking adventure, featuring many diverse versions of Marvel’s beloved webslinger.
Drawn to Reality
Spanish director Salvador Simó puts an animated spin on a special chapter in Luis Buñuel’s life and career in the movie Buñuel in the Labyrinth of the Turtles.
Practically Perfect in Every Way
Director Rob Marshall discusses his visual inspirations and the charming retro animation of his new movie Mary Poppy Returns.
Five Years of Awesomeness
DreamWorks Television Animation marks five amazing years of creating hit shows for the streaming era.
Richard Adams’ hugely popular novel Watership Down is adapted into a stunning new four-part animated miniseries, which arrives on Net ix this month.
Nightmares in Stop Motion
Adult Swim’s latest series The Shivering Truth is everything you might expect from the insane stretches of Vernon Chatman’s brilliant, twisted mind.
Grindelwald’s Brand New Bestiary
Framestore’s Nathan McConnel discusses the challenges and rewards of delivering new creatures for the Fantastic Beasts sequel.
Red Giant’s Trapcode Suite 15, Adobe Premiere Rush and Side Effects Houdini 17.
Portrait of the Artist
The new documentary Never-Ending Man paints an insightful picture of Hayao Miyazaki as a tireless perfectionist.
Step Aside, Rudolph!
A starry-eyed miniature horse dreams of pulling Santa’s sleigh in the new Canadian holiday movie Elliot: The Littlest Reindeer.