1994 Issues

1994 Issues

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      Volume #8

      $45.00

      • Issue 31 - Oct/Nov 1994
      • Issue 32 - January 1995
      • Issue 33 - February 1995
      • Issue 34 - May 1995
      • Issue 35 - July 1995
      • Issue 36 - August 1995

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      Volume #7

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      • Issue 25 - October 1993
      • Issue 26 - November 1993
      • Issue 27 - January 1994
      • Issue 28 - Mar/Apr 1994
      • Issue 29 - May/June 1994
      • Issue 30 - July/August 1994

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      Issue #31 October/November 1994

      $10.00

      Film Roman: Afunny thing is happening to Phil Roman's company, it's becoming vertically integrated. Rocko Rama: The evolution of a character; Joe Murray's brainchild Rocko. TV Production: This season could measure up to be the most exciting in recent animation memory. Cel-Ebrate: CEL-EBRATION! an animation gallery near the Jersey Shoer, celebrates its tenth anniversary

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      Issue #30 July/August 1994

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      Pacific Data Images: Carl Rosendahl's cutting edge company represents the "now" and future of CGI, SIGGRAPH '94: A helpful "Buyer's Guide" to explore advances in computer imaging. Softimage. This Montreal-based company teamed with Industrial Light & Magic to bring The Mask to life. Disney Art Editions: Walt Disney had the foresight to insist all the Disney drawings be saved

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      Issue #29 May/June 1994

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      The Story of 'The Lion King': A behind-the-scenes look at the creation of Disney;s latest animated feature. Commercials' 94: An overview of commercial production as well as Animation's Top Ten. License to Thrill: The intricacies of getting a product licensed are explained. Hear from key players in the licensing game. A Tribute to Walter Lants: A glimpse into the heart of the man who created Woody Woodpecker.

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      Issue #28 March/April 1994

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      Reality Mega Bites: Our Consulting Editors meet with Digital Animators from legendary CGI studios from Industrial Light and Magic to independent Video Toaster Masters. Q&A with H&B: Popular Animation Historian, Beck conducts a candid interview with cartoon mogols Bill Hanna and Joe Barbera

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      Issue #27 January 1994

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      Be afraid, be very afraid. Duckman is coming to town. The Art of Syndication: Consulting Editors Gene Accas and Morrie Gelman - An in-depth look at NATPE, the trade show that will define our animated viewing for Fall 1994. Animation Collector.